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Health on the Move (HOME) Study: Using a smartphone app to explore the health of migrants in the United Kingdom   Background In 2018, 14% of the people living in the UK were born abroad, yet we have a limited understanding of their health needs and broader determinants of health. To fill this knowledge gap,

September 13, 2019
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The RADAR programme aims to test if new pre-emptive therapeutic development and clinical care strategies based on remote continuous monitoring are both scientifically feasible and also practically feasible as part of a wider healthcare system. Early stages of Alzheimer’s Disease (AD) are associated with cognitive decline, overlapping with increasing functional decline (impairments in the ability

April 2, 2019
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RATE-AF is an National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) funded study designed to compare two strategies of rate-control, based either on initial treatment with digoxin or beta-blockers in 160 patients with Atrial fibrillation (AF) in need for rate-control therapy. Monitoring with wearable devices, phone sensors and questionnaires will be conducted over a continuous 6 month

June 6, 2018
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Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a condition in which the body’s immune system has an abnormal reaction to the central nervous system (CNS, made up of the brain, spinal cord and optic nerves). The immune system attacks elements of the CNS, disrupting the transmission of nerve signals and producing the symptoms that characterise MS. The exact

February 6, 2018
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The MDD study is focused on the remote data collection aspect, since the study participants are not monitored in a hospital setting, but the data is collected passively in an real life assessment. Besides the sensor data from smartphones and wearables devices, participants actively report mood at random time points in daily life, using the

January 31, 2018
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The epilepsy studies are running in University hospitals in the UK and in Germany. Goal of those pilot studies is the evaluation of wearable device data for passive remote monitoring of patients in an hospital epilepsy monitoring unit (EMU). The RADAR-base Android application, captures sensor data from consumer grade and medical grade wearables devices via

January 31, 2018
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Cite RADAR-base: RADAR-base: An Open Source mHealth Platform for Collecting, Monitoring and Analyzing Data Using Sensors, Wearables, and Mobile Devices.
Ranjan Y, Rashid Z, Stewart C, Begale M, Verbeeck D, Boettcher S, Dobson R, Folarin A, The Hyve, RADAR-CNS Consortium. URL: https://mhealth.jmir.org/2019/8/e11734/ DOI: 10.2196/11734 PMID: 31373275