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Table of Contents 1 JOURNAL OF DIABETES UK Table of Contents Volume 35, Number 4; April 2018 Special Issue on Diabetes Technology Editorial 407 – 408 Technology: an increasingly important component in the management of diabetes H. R. Murphy, R. I. G. Holt Systematic Review or Meta-analysis 409 – 418 Best friend or spy: a qualitative meta-synthesis on the impact of continuous glucose monitoring on life with Type 1 diabetes L. H. Messer, R. Johnson, K. A. Driscoll, J. Jones Invited Reviews 419 – 429 Diabetes technology: improving care, improving patient-reported outcomes and preventing complications in young people with Type 1 diabetes P. Prahalad, M. Tanenbaum, K. Hood, D. M. Maahs 430 – 435 Continuous glucose monitoring in pregnant women with Type 1 diabetes: benefi ts for mothers, using pumps or pens, and their babies D. S. Feig, H. R. Murphy 436 – 449 Psychosocial impacts of hybrid closed-loop systems in the management of diabetes: a review C. Farrington 450 – 459 Dual-hormone artifi cial pancreas: benefi ts and limitations compared with single-hormone systems T. M. Peters, A. Haidar 460 – 471 Bridging technology and clinical practice: innovating inpatient hyperglycaemia management in non-critical care settings H. Thabit, R. Hovorka 472 – 482 Flash forward: a review of fl ash glucose monitoring L. Leelarathna, E. G. Wilmot Research Articles Treatment 483 – 490 A randomized controlled pilot study of continuous glucose monitoring and fl ash glucose monitoring in people with Type 1 diabetes and impaired awareness of hypoglycaemia M. Reddy, N. Jugnee, A. El Laboudi, E. Spanudakis, S. Anantharaja, N. Oliver Care Delivery 491 – 494 Could FreeStyle Libre sensor glucose data support decisions for safe driving? (Short Report) G. Rayman, J. Kröger, J. Bolinder Commentary 495 – 497 Artifi cial intelligence in diabetes care V. Buch, G. Varughese, M. Maruthappu Invited Review 498 – 503 Diabetes and technology in 2030: a utopian or dystopian future? D. Kerr, C. Axelrod, C. Hoppe, D. C. Klonoff d dme_v35_i4_toc.indd 1 me_v35_i4_toc.indd 1 0 01-03-2018 18:37:27 1-03-2018 18:37:27 http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Diabetic Medicine Wiley

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JOURNAL OF DIABETES UK Table of Contents Volume 35, Number 4; April 2018 Special Issue on Diabetes Technology Editorial 407 – 408 Technology: an increasingly important component in the management of diabetes H. R. Murphy, R. I. G. Holt Systematic Review or Meta-analysis 409 – 418 Best friend or spy: a qualitative meta-synthesis on the impact of continuous glucose monitoring on life with Type 1 diabetes L. H. Messer, R. Johnson, K. A. Driscoll, J. Jones Invited Reviews 419 – 429 Diabetes technology: improving care, improving patient-reported outcomes and preventing complications in young people with Type 1 diabetes P. Prahalad, M. Tanenbaum, K. Hood, D. M. Maahs 430 – 435 Continuous glucose monitoring in pregnant women with Type 1 diabetes: benefi ts for mothers, using pumps or pens, and their babies D. S. Feig, H. R. Murphy 436 – 449 Psychosocial impacts of hybrid closed-loop systems in the management of diabetes: a review C. Farrington 450 – 459 Dual-hormone artifi cial pancreas: benefi ts and limitations compared with single-hormone systems T. M. Peters, A. Haidar 460 – 471 Bridging technology and clinical practice: innovating inpatient hyperglycaemia management in non-critical care settings H. Thabit, R. Hovorka 472 – 482 Flash forward: a review of fl ash glucose monitoring L. Leelarathna, E. G. Wilmot Research Articles Treatment 483 – 490 A randomized controlled pilot study of continuous glucose monitoring and fl ash glucose monitoring in people with Type 1 diabetes and impaired awareness of hypoglycaemia M. Reddy, N. Jugnee, A. El Laboudi, E. Spanudakis, S. Anantharaja, N. Oliver Care Delivery 491 – 494 Could FreeStyle Libre sensor glucose data support decisions for safe driving? (Short Report) G. Rayman, J. Kröger, J. Bolinder Commentary 495 – 497 Artifi cial intelligence in diabetes care V. Buch, G. Varughese, M. Maruthappu Invited Review 498 – 503 Diabetes and technology in 2030: a utopian or dystopian future? D. Kerr, C. Axelrod, C. Hoppe, D. C. Klonoff d dme_v35_i4_toc.indd 1 me_v35_i4_toc.indd 1 0 01-03-2018 18:37:27 1-03-2018 18:37:27

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