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Thursday, February 7 • 10:45 - 11:45
#S0706: Can We Improve Patient Experience with Digitisation – Part 2: Digital Devices

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Digital devices are increasingly used in clinical trial execution – and certainly around Phase 4 studies. While these enable remote trials and collection of new clinical end points, they do not always take into account the view of the patient (e.g., patient comfort) and may not therefore enhance compliance. Listen to concrete examples on how to improve patient experience and retention.

Chair

Valdo Arnera, DrMed, MD

Speaker

Medical Devices and mHealth - Bridging Trial and Health Care and Putting Patients at the Center of Clinical Research
Bruce Hellman, MBA

Deploying a Digital Platform Optimising Patient Monitoring, Compliance and Retention – Uses Cases
Julia Lakeland

Validating Digital Mobility Outcomes as Clinical Endpoints – Easier Said than Done?
Beatrix Vereijken, PhD, MSc



Speakers
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Valdo Arnera

General Manager, Europe, ERT
An MD by training, Valdo has 30+ years of experience in the pharma industry. After having practiced medicine, he started in the industry as a clinical pharmacologist at Ciba-Geigy. He then founded the 1st European Central Clinical Lab for clinical trials, SciCor (now Covance Central... Read More →
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Bruce Hellman

CEO and Co-founder, uMotif
Bruce is the CEO of uMotif and co-founded the company in 2012. He and his team have developed the leading platform for real-world and observational research – a modern data capture platform that patients love to use. Bruce began his career working in clinical trials at British Biotech... Read More →
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Julia Lakeland

Product Director, PAREXEL
Julia is a Product Director at PAREXEL who is passionate about improving the patient experience within the Clinical Trial. She has 20 years experience in industry and plays a key role in identifying and understanding market problems, managing the product portfolio life cycle and leading... Read More →
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Beatrix Vereijken

Professor, Department of Neuromedicine and Movement Science, Norwegian University of Science and Technology
Beatrix Vereijken is Professor in Medicine/Movement Science at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology in Trondheim, Norway. She has a PhD in Human Movement Science and a Master degree in Experimental Psychology, both from the Netherlands. She has long-standing expertise... Read More →


Thursday February 7, 2019 10:45 - 11:45
F2 Austria Center Vienna Bruno-Kreisky-Platz 1 1220 Vienna Austria
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