Program Development:

RDProgram innovation is realized through a series of continuous and rapid research and development cycles under the umbrella of Inet International.  For over 10 years the program has been developed with academic rigour and tested in clinical settings in Mississauga, Ontario, Northern Ontario, Melbourne, Australia and United States. Current studies are taking place in China and India.


Studies include:

  • Pilot program with Dr. Sheldon Silver’s practice in Mississauga, Ontario 2002
  • Pilot program with Credit Valley Diabetes Care Centre, Mississauga, Ontario, 2006, sponsored by Bayer.
  • Remote program in Northern Ontario, 2009, sponsored by Astra Zeneca
  • DiaMonD (Diabetes Monitoring and Diagnostic) Study, 2011, Epworth, Melbourne, Australia. DiaMonD Study is led by Professor Nilmini Wickramasinghe Professor-Director Health Informatics Management Epworth HealthCare and Professor Health Informatics Management Deakin University, Australia

Findings are published through academic review. Several include:

  • Wickramasinghe, N., Cole, S., Kliman, L. Vogel, D. And Goldeberg, S. 2014 “Exploring the Possibility for a Pervasive Technology Solution to Facilitate Effective Diabetes Self-Care for Patients with Gestational Diabetes” ECIS Tel Aviv, June 9-11 2014. ( this won 2nd Runner up best paper award)
  • Wickramasinghe, N., Cole, S., Kliman, L. and Goldberg, S. 2012 “An Investigation into the Role for a Pervasive technology Solution to support Gestational Diabetes Self-care” Medicine 2.0 Harvard Medical school, Poster presented at Medicine 2.0 Boston 14-15 Sept.
  • Wickramasinghe, N., Brooks, P., Cole, S., Fourlanos, S, Kirn, S., Kliman, L. and Goldberg, S. 2013 “The Benefits of Adopting A Pervasive Technology Solution to Support Diabetes Self-Care: a multi-country exploratory study” Poster presented at IDF (Intl. Diabetes Federation) Melbourne Dec 2-6 2013.
  • Bali, R., Wickramasinghe, N., Troshani, I. and Goldberg, S. 2013 “Pervasive Knowledge Management for Healthcare,” Springer, New York. ISBN: 978-1-4614-4513-5.