Over 20,000 children with type 1 diabetes (T1D) attend diabetes camps across the United States and Canada annually (Diabetes Education & Camping Association, 2018). Diabetes self-management technology is rapidly evolving so diabetes camps must adapt to these changes. Approximately 75% of children with T1D that attend camp use technologies such as insulin pumps, automated insulin delivery systems, continuous glucose monitoring systems (CGMs) and remote monitoring systems (American Diabetes Association [ADA], 2017). Without proper education and ﬁrst hand use, these devices can be intimidating and complicated for healthcare providers to utilize. Diabetes camp offers an intensive learning environment to allow healthcare providers the opportunity to observe and study these devices and, in turn, come to understand how technology aids T1D management (ADA, 2017).
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