The science applied in mySugr, be it diabetology, algorithms or psychology, is aimed at improving the lives of people with diabetes. Together with partners across the globe, we explore and communicate the impact mySugr is having as well as new ways and methods to make diabetes suck less.
mySugr Demonstrates Clinically Significant Impact on Risk of Severe Hypoglycaemic Events
mySugr Demonstrates Clinically Significant Impact on Diabetes Management for High Risk Population
Retrospective Analysis of Impact on SMBG and Glycemic Control of Mobile Health (mHealth)-Application for Diabetes Management
Use of Digital Tracking Devices in the Management of Diabetes Mellitus – a Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
Engaging Patients with Diabetes via Mobile Health Technology During the Holidays
Evaluating Success for Behavioral Change in Diabetes via mHealth and Gamification – mySugr’s Keys to Retention and Patient Engagement
If you have questions, suggestions or are interested in collaborating with mySugr Research, then please contact our Head of Research & Development and cofounder, Fredrik Debong.