Evaluation of smartphone-based remote patient monitoring application to generate clinically relevant outcome measures for assessing clinical status in Parkinson’s Disease.
We are looking for 40 people with Parkinson’s, who are above 18 years of age (no upper age limit), based near London and own a smartphone, to take part in a study evaluating monitoring remotely through a smartphone application.
This is a proof of concept study to evaluate if data collected via a remote patient monitoring platform has utility to assess the clinical status of participants diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease and support clinical decision making between routine in-clinic appointments.
What will it involve?
Participants will attend clinic once at the start of the study for a baseline 2-3 hour visit, and once at the close of the study for 1 hour.
The study will be conducted at the Dementech Neurosciences Clinical Academic Centre in London, UK. Up to 40 participants diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease with a Hoehn & Yahr (H&Y) score of less than or equal to 3 will be invited to take part in the study on the basis that they own a smartphone (iOS, Android) and are confident to use the Medopad mobile application, answer questionnaires, record daily medication consumption, and be videoed while performing a battery of movement assessments over a period of 4 weeks.
Who is running the study?
The study is run by Professor K Ray Chaudhuri, Consultant Neurologist and Professor of Movement Disorders at King’s College Hospital, London.
I’d like to take part – who should I contact?
Mrs Shakeela Butt
- Dementech LTD
- Lister House
- 11-12 Wimpole street
- London, W1G 9ST
020 3848 4500