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26 September 2017

Calling healthcare professionals: collaborate with RADAR-CNS

Healthcare professionals are being invited to register their interest in participating in RADAR-CNS (Remote Assessment of Disease and Relapse – Central Nervous System), a major new international research programme exploring the potential of wearable technology to help monitor and prevent epilepsy, multiple sclerosis (MS) or depression.

People working in any aspect of healthcare of epilepsy, multiple sclerosis (MS) or depression who might be interested in collaborating with RADAR-CNS can register their interest by completing a short online form

Interested parties do not need to have existing experience of working with mobile devices, and applications are encouraged from all countries, although the project is focusing on European healthcare.

Healthcare professionals’ involvement is a critical element of RADAR-CNS.  The Clinical Pathways work package aims to identify the requirements of clinical stakeholders for integrating remote measurement technologies into relevant care pathways in different European healthcare systems.  

To effectively integrate the mobile devices and platforms being developed as part of RADAR-CNS into health care systems, we hope to collaborate with a broad range of healthcare professionals working across the disorders being studied.

Participation might involve taking part in focus groups, surveys, or more substantive involvement, and details will be distributed to interested parties as the project progresses.  Registering an interest now does not entail any future commitment, and you can withdraw your interest at any time.

Register your interest by completing this short form.  For further information, contact Dr Alexandra Lang at the University of Nottingham, UK.