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Teamwork, Targets, Technology, and Tight Control in Newly Diagnosed Pediatric T1D - 4T Study
The 4Ts program encompasses: Teamwork, Targets, Technology, and Tight Control. These methods will help patients better manage their condition of Type 1 Diabetes with improved patient reported outcomes.
Stanford is currently accepting patients for this trial.
Collaborator: National Institutes of Health (NIH)
- Behavioral: 4T Education and Care
(Inclusion criteria includes all youth with new onset T1D seen in the Stanford/Lucile
Packard Children's Hospital ages 1-21 years of age.
(NOTE: Investigators will include children and families who speak all languages using the
Stanford interpreter services so as to have the greatest generalizability of the research.
Questionnaires will only be given to English and Spanish speakers.)
- All individuals within one month of T1D diagnosis seen at the Stanford Children's
- Individuals who plan to receive follow up care at the Stanford Children's Diabetes
- Individuals who agree to CGM data integration into the EMR for remote monitoring
- Age: six months to < 21 years of age
- Patient or guardian must own and operate an Apple compatible device (e.g. iPhone or
iPod Touch) to allow for Dexcom app and Apple HealthKit integration and transmission
of GluVue remote data monitoring [Dr Prahalad's LPCH Auxiliary Fund grant (in addition
to the R18) has resources to support iPod Touch purchase for participants who do not
- Diabetes diagnosis other than T1D
- Diagnosis of diabetes > one month prior to initial visit
- Individuals with the intention of obtaining diabetes care at another clinic
- Individuals who do not consent to CGM use, CGM data integration, remote monitoring
- Individuals > 21 years of age
Ages Eligible for Study
1 Year - 20 Years
Genders Eligible for Study