The second RADAR-CNS online seminar, on Tuesday 13 April 2021, 12.00pm-12.45pm (BST), will focus on the results from a large-scale survey of healthcare professionals working in the care of people with MS, epilepsy or depression.
The seminar will present the experiences of clinicians in relation to their use of smartphone apps and their patients’ use of remote measurement technology.
The seminar will also present healthcare professionals’ views on the impact of RMT data on their work, and consider the implications of this for the development of new platforms such that being developed in the RADAR-CNS project.
There will be an opportunity to ask questions after the presentation.
This seminar is open to the general public, members of the RADAR-CNS consortium and the RADAR-CNS research study participants.
The link to Microsoft Teams will be circulated to attendees ahead of the seminar. The event will be recorded.
About the speaker
Dr Jake Andrews is a post-doctoral Research Fellow working on RADAR-CNS Work Package 9, looking at how the RADAR-CNS remote measurement technologies (RMT) system could be integrated into clinical pathways. He’s based at University of Nottingham in the UK.
His work identifies the requirements of clinical stakeholders (such as healthcare professionals, managers, commissioners and payers) for integrating remote measurement technologies into care pathways for depression, epilepsy, and multiple sclerosis (MS) in different European healthcare systems.
About the chair
Dr Faith Matcham is a post-doctoral research associate in the department of psychological medicine at King’s College London, in the UK.
She manages the major depressive disorder work-package of the Remote Assessment of Disease and Relapse- Central Nervous System (RADAR-CNS) study, coordinating an international multi-centre prospective cohort study examining the use of digital technology to measure symptoms and predict relapse in people with depression.
In addition to her research associate role, Dr Matcham is the research champion for Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) for the NIHR Maudsley Biomedical Research Centre at South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust & King’s College London. This role focuses on ensuring the BRC is an inclusive work environment by enhancing D&I in research, education and public engagement.
This article was originally published on: https://www.radar-cns.org/newsroom/webinar-impact-data-smartphone-apps-and-wearable-devices-clinical-practice-survey
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