You probably wonder why answering questions in the app is important. We have built Intellin to help you see if you have complications related to diabetes.
Intellin uses its special
Risk Engine, that we are developing with the University of Nottingham to make an evaluation based on your answers - the more questions you answer, the better the predictions will be in the future!
Since everyone’s diabetes is unique, the
Intellin Risk Engine takes this into consideration. The more data, the more personalised the risk profile.
If you do not have enough information to answer any of the questions, please speak with your nurse or diabetes specialist.
Questions Progress screen
The main question screen is divided into three categories:
My Profile- easy questions (you should be able to answer these questions yourself)
My Diabetes- medium to hard (may require the assistance of your nurse)
Yearly Checks- hard (may require the assistance of your nurse) - get to understand why you have these checks
Each category shows your progress and how much you have left to answer.
You can also track your total progress in the
Start answering questions
Let's begin with
My Profile questions - these should be straightforward to answer, however if you are not sure any of the questions, speak to your nurse or diabetes specialist.
Tap on the first question
Select the answer and tap
You will briefly see a confirmation about your question being saved...
...and will be taken to the next automatically. Keep an eye on the progress bar!
You can see how much you have left to answer on the overview screen...
Keep an eye on the Priorities page
Every time you answer a question or add new blood glucose, pressure entry etc. - you will be helping make the predictions even better.
Check the Priorities page, which gives you an overview of your complications. Speak to your nurse if you need help.
Intellin is provided for general information purposes only. It does not offer medical, healthcare or any other advice on which you should rely. You must obtain professional or specialist medical advice before taking, or refraining from, any action on the basis of information obtained from the App.