Wearable sensors have seen an explosive growth since the turn of the century, in large part due to the advancement of technology, miniaturization of electronics, and introduction of short-range wireless. For the world of medical devices, one wearable-based application in particular has rapidly become one of the fastest growing areas of med-tech and is transforming the state of care for patients with diabetes. The traditional method for monitoring glucose levels requires a finger prick to extract a small blood sample to take a spot measurement. What if there could be a small device that a patient could wear which would eliminate finger pricks and monitor glucose levels continuously? In this workshop, we will take a look at the introduction of wearable continuous glucose monitors. We will also take a close look at the technologies and features that have been critical to the large scale adoption and use of the device, including miniaturization, longevity, and wireless capabilities.