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Accessible Medical Devices Survey


Thank you for your participation in the Accessible Medical Devices Survey. The purpose of this study is to obtain data concerning the accessibility to the blind and low-vision of medical glucose meters for the monitoring and treatment of chronic conditions, with an emphasis on diabetic monitoring, to evaluate the burdens and other costs associated with accessibility limitations. We will use the gathered information to develop policy recommendations for the future design and development of these and other home-care medical glucose meters for chronic conditions.

To qualify for the survey, you must be blind or low-vision, have diabetes, and currently use a glucose meter.

This survey will ask about your experiences with glucose meters. It should take about 15-20 minutes to complete. In appreciation of your time, if you qualify for and complete the survey, we will give you the chance to enter a raffle drawing for a $100 VISA gift card. Your data will be completely anonymous and confidential. If you wish to provide your contact information for follow-up, you will provide this on a separate form that won’t be linked to your survey responses.

An asterisk indicates that a question requires a response.

If you wish to resume your survey at a later time, you must use the "Save and Continue" link at the bottom of the survey page. This link will ask for your e-mail address so the system can e-mail you a link to access your survey. The research team does not have access to the e-mail address you provide or the link the system generates and sends to you. If you do not save your place in the survey, you must use a different browser to access the survey from the beginning.  

If you have any technical issues completing the survey, please contact or at 410-659-9314, extension 2442. We can provide the survey in an alternate format, if needed.

By clicking the “next” button below, you affirm that you are at least 18 years old and agree to participate in the study.
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