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1. Does your child's school allow him/her to deliver insulin in school?

2. Does the school have a policy about delivering insulin that distinguishes between the device that may be used in school (e.g., pens vs. syringes)?

3. Has your school's policy regarding treating diabetes in school affected your/your child's ability to manage his/her condition (e.g., number of times per day he/she can test blood, administer insulin)?

4. Has your child's health care provider had to adjust his/her treatment as a result of school policy?

5. Does your child use a pen or syringe?

6. If you use a pen, did you consider of ease of use in school when you/your child chose a pen?

7. Is your school's policy dictated by school district, county, state or federal rules/laws?

8. Have there been recent (within about the last two years) changes in your school's policy about managing your child's diabetes in school (e.g. about whether he/she can perform blood tests, deliver insulin, etc)? Would you consider them to be positive or negative changes?

9. If your child requires insulin at school, who administers it?

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