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How Your Donated Data is Helping in a Hospital Setting

July 6th, 2018 | Christopher Snider
I recently spoke with Brad, a clinical pharmacist and father of a daughter with type 1 diabetes about how our recent analysis of insulin pump data donated to the Tidepool Big Data Donation Project can be used in a teaching setting. Brad and I walked through our original blog post and he shared insights that […]
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From the Community: Jason M.

June 18th, 2018 | Christopher Snider
Jason first responded to our invitation to share his diabetes story before he became our Data Science Intern for the summer. As you’ll soon read, Jason has an appropriately analytical approach to his diabetes, one that I’m sure some of you can appreciate. If you’d like to share your story with us, fill out this […]
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From the Community: Lisa F

June 14th, 2018 | Christopher Snider
At Tidepool, we often hear most frequently from people who are recently diagnosed looking to understand the data that comes off our pumps, CGMs, and blood glucose meters. This makes conversations with people who have been living with diabetes for a long time, like Lisa, particularly rewarding. Their experiences and appreciation for the advancements in […]
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From the Community: Rob G.

June 5th, 2018 | Christopher Snider
As Community Manager, I have the luxury of hearing stories from the Tidepool, and broader diabetes community every day. These stories give us an opportunity to learn from the diversity of experiences across this disease, reminding each of us that your diabetes may vary. They also highlight the shared experiences that make this community special. […]
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My First Year at Tidepool

March 26th, 2018 | Christopher Snider
I joined the Tidepool team a year ago, celebrating my new job with a friendly greeting to the world and an eagerness to share all of the great work we are doing with all of you. It’s been remarkable to be part of the process and gain a genuine appreciation for what it takes to […]
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