Okay, I had an idea (a happy surprise whenever it occur) and I was hoping I could get some help from the rest of our diverse group here!
There is a ton of really good research out there. Not just research that is good to know about because it gives definite tangible hope for changing the way we deal with this disease, like that posted in the technology group, http://juvenation.org/groups/research_technology_rumors/default.aspx. There is also a lot of information that it would be great to have organized in a library by topic. For the kids, I think studies on driving, diabetics safety behind the wheel, forms and insurance guidance and that sort of thing. For those of us who are older, guidance on studies that will help make the case for reduced life insurance costs and health insurance rates, studies to help with appeals for CGMS’s or other treatments and other studies that can help either with employers or other life situations situations.
Anyhow, I was thinking a topic guided library with a variety of forms, studies, guidance and assistance may be the sort of thing that a lot of people may be interested in using. Also a JDRF executive committee's top 10 list would be interesting to me, I think…
So – that’s what was on the top of my head – anyone else here think this would be worthwhile, see any use for it – have different types of library topics that you would like to see covered?
I am curious to see what everyone’s’ thoughts are!