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- Mobile health applications to assist patients with diabetes: lessons learned and design implications.J Diabetes Sci Technol. 2012; 6: 1197-1206
- The promise and peril of mobile health applications for diabetes and endocrinology.Pediatri Diabetes. 2013; 14: 231-238
- Mobile phone health apps for diabetes management: current evidence and future developments.QJM. 2013; 106: 1067-1069
- Smarthpone apps for calculating insulin dose: a systematic assessment.BMC Med. 2015; 13: 106
iBGStar Diabetes Manager: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/ibgstar-diabetes- manager/id506018173?mt=8.
- The current status of mHealth for diabetes: will it be the next big things?.J Diabetes Sci Technol. 2013; 7: 749-758
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- Diabetes mHealth applications: where are we now?.AADE Practice. 2016; 4: 28-32
- Evaluation and evolution of diabetes mobile applications: key factors for heath care professionals seeking to guide patients.Diabetes Spectrum. 2013; 26: 211-215
Rose KJ, SE Chick, 2016, Mobile Health in Diabetes: mySugr’s Monster Approach. (04/2016-6204).
- Smartphone-based glucose monitors and applications in the management of diabetes: an overview of 10 salient “Apps” and a novel smartphone-connected blood glucose monitor.Clin Diabet. 2012; 30: 173-178
The Best Diabetes Apps of 2016: http://www.healthline.com/health/diabetes/top-iphone- android-apps (last accessed 9 Feb 2017).
Diabetes Journal on Google Play: https://play.google.com/store/Apps/details?id=com.suderman.diabeteslog (last accessed.Feb 2017).
☆About IDF Europe: IDF Europe is an inclusive and multicultural umbrella organisation of 70 national diabetes associations in 47 countries across the European region, representing people living with diabetes and healthcare professionals. Through our activities we aim to influence policy, increase public awareness and encourage health improvement, as well as promote the exchange of best practice and high-quality information about diabetes throughout the European region. We provide essential expertise and up-to-date evidence on diabetes, support awareness campaigns through a wide network of partners and stakeholders, and work with European and international organizations towards the development, implementation and monitoring of effective public policies for diabetes.