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Are Sensors and Wearables Really the Future of Data Capture in Clinical Trials?

  August 28, 2023  
Xtalks, online
2023 -10-05

Over the past few years, the progression from pen and paper to remote and digitized data capture and the shift from an exclusive focus on clinical inputs to the incorporation of the patient voice has been observed. Are wearable biosensors the next evolution?
From pulse oximeters’ remote detection of oxygen levels in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) patients to accelerometers’ measurement of hand stability in Parkinson’s patients, the use of remote wearable biosensors is enabling continuous, unobtrusive data collection and monitoring that decreases the burden on patients while providing more objective data reflective of their real-world experiences.
But how can we be sure that sensor readings — even when carefully validated, calibrated and monitored — reflect how patients are truly feeling and functioning? Take fatigue, for example, a sleep monitor may indicate that a patient has had a long sleep cycle. That same patient may provide a subjective report the next morning stating they feel exhausted. Each of these data points offers important information, so how do sponsors balance the two in the context of drug development?
This webinar offers a unique opportunity to gain critical insights into the selection and integration of fit-for-purpose digital instruments, as well as how to ensure accurate data collection in ways that maximize the signal-to-noise ratio and patient comfort.
The featured speakers look forward to this enlightening discussion with industry veterans on all things sensors and wearables in clinical trials!
Register for this webinar to learn about tactical approaches for seamlessly incorporating data from wearable biosensors, to ensure a comprehensive trial.
Organized by: Xtalks
Invited Speakers: Florence Mowlem, PhD, Vice President of Science, ObvioHealth Helen Shaw, PhD, Co-founder, Director, Head of Clinical Operations, VCTC
Deadline for Abstracts: 2023 -10-05
Registration: Free registration
E-mail: ajuurinen@xtalks.com
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