Grosshansdorf is the first Mobilise-D site to reach their target number of participants in the Clinical Validation Study

We are very proud to announce that the Pulmonary Research Institute (PRI) in Grosshandorf, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany, is the first clinical site in our ongoing Clinical Validation Study that has reached their target number of included participants. They just reported that participant #140 has entered the Mobilise-D study, thereby completing their target for the COPD (Chronic…

Full Mobilise-D Advent Calendar 2021

In our Advent Calendar 2021, we posted daily Mobilise-D publications and tips to stay physically active from December 1 to December 24. We have now put all posts into one document. You can see the full Advent Calendar HERE. Remember to FOLLOW us on Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn.Subscribe to our Newsletter.

Mobilise-D links with Voice Global to promote global patient engagement

We are pleased to announce that Mobilise-D is now using the Voice Global platform as part of our Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement (PPIE) activities.  Voice Global is an international network of citizens who come together to provide insights, ideas and experiences to researchers to help drive innovation for ageing and improve health research. Voice is a community of patients,…

Episode 5: Digitalisation in medicine from a doctor’s point of view

The development of new digital technologies can help doctors and researchers to monitor physical functioning and health in a patient’s own home environment. This impacts how diagnoses are made, how therapies are monitored, and how we look at the impact of symptoms on the individual. In this episode of our Spotlight series, you can read about our German Mobiliser Hanna Hildesheim, how she ended up in research, and what thoughts she has…

A new Mobilise-D scoping review: The clinical utility of digital mobility outcomes

Walking has the potential to be a rich indicator of health in many medical conditions. In recent years, scientific research has proposed more than 100 digital mobility outcomes (DMOs) that could be used to assess walking, and thereby monitor health status, using digital technologies. Though they show great promise, these DMOs require further validation.  Researchers must…

Mobilise-D Patient and Public Information Pack

The PPAG has developed a document that explains Mobilise-D and its aims to the public. The Mobilise-D PPAG group met for the first time in April 2021. During this introductory meeting we agreed terms of reference for the group and discussed their role in the Mobilise-D consortium. As part of this, the group felt that…