2023 Taking Diabetes to School Conference

Evaluation Answers

Thank you for completing your evaluation. Your certificate will be sent to you at the email address provided.

The answers to the evaluation questions are below.


  1. It is developmentally appropriate for school age children (5-12 y.o.) with Type 1 Diabetes (T1D) to manage the following diabetes care tasks: (pick the best answer)
  1. Carry diabetes supplies
  2. Give own injection when student is willing and ready
  3. Collaborate on diabetes decisions to build skills (such as what they want to eat)
  4. All of the above *CORRECT ANSWER

2. The typical diet in youth with T1D is: (pick the best answer)

  1. Lower in protein & fat
  2. Contains less calories from carbohydrates than recommended *CORRECT ANSWER
  3. None of the above

3. Diabetes distress has the highest correlation with elevated Hemoglobin A1C in youth with T1D.

  2. False

4. Youth with Type 2 Diabetes (T2D) have the following: (pick best answer)

  1. No symptoms or mild symptoms at onset, which is often in puberty*CORRECT ANSWER
  2. No family history of T2D
  3. Majority have BMI which is normal for age
  4. All of the above

5. In youth with T1D and high anxiety, the child might exhibit: (pick best answer)

  1. Avoidance of insulin shots
  2. Compulsive CGM checks
  3. Multiple visits to health office “feeling low” when blood glucose is in range or actually elevated
  4. School refusal
  5. All of the above *CORRECT ANSWER

6. When giving insulin to children with T1D which of the following is true: (pick best answer)

  1. Pre-dosing for meal carbohydrates is ideal in most cases*CORRECT ANSWER
  2. Physical has no effect on insulin sensitivity (response to insulin)
  3. Long-acting insulin is used to cover meal carbohydrates
  4. None of the above

7.  In a Hybrid Closed Loop Insulin Delivery system, the system has full automation of basal insulin but still requires meal boluses.

  2. False 

8. The FDA has approved Tzield, a treatment which can delay the onset of Type 1 Diabetes (stage 3) in those who have stage type 1 Diabetes.

  2. False


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