Total Error and Milan 2


Having looked further into this conference, I see that the original slides of the talks of the Milan conference are available as well as a list of articles (without needing a subscription).

So one of the articles of interest to me, was the one that describes using simulation to set performance goals. It is here.

And sure enough, this article refers to the glucose meter simulations originally published by Boyd and Bruns and continued by them and others which I have critiqued over the years.

An article that I wrote which shows why such a model can be misleading is now available without subscription and is here.

And another letter by me – published after the Milan conference – is here (subscription required). This makes three articles I published showing that the Boyd Bruns model is incomplete and misleading.


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