Spend Seven Minutes to Improve Driving Safety

| Sep 11, 2007

Researchers from the University of Virginia, with funding from the National Institutes of Health, are conducting a study on driving safety with regard to people with type 1 diabetes, and they need your help.

Their ultimate goal is to develop an Internet training program to reduce the occurrence of driving mishaps among those with type 1, but first they need some background information from you.

If you wouldn't mind spending about seven minutes to complete their anonymous multiple-choice 43-item questionnaire, please click on the following URL: http://www.surveymonkey.com/s.aspx?sm= AAseCh4SBOwkg5BNoP2GVA_3d_3d. (You may need to hit "Cnrl+Click" or paste the URL into your server window.)

Your help is much appreciated.

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Categories: Diabetes, Diabetes, Drivers License & Pilot License, Driving, Professional Issues, Type 1 Issues

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