We’ve had eight public webinars as part of our ongoing Mobilise-D webinar series, and it has been a great success! The recordings are available on our YouTube channel.
The first five webinars have been twice a month (90 minutes each) and our team has presented and discussed cutting-edge thinking on mobility assessments, our technical validation approach, and examples of data and tools used. We have shared insights into how our research, validation, and evaluation of real-world continuous digital measures of mobility can provide novel insights into health care conditions. We have talked about how digital mobility assessment using wearable sensor systems have the potential to capture walking performance in patient’s natural environment and how a consortium of 34 partner institutions from academy, MedTech industry and Pharma industry can work together in research and beyond.
All recordings will be uploaded to our YouTube channel, and you can find all links in the list below which will be updated continuously:
- Session 1 (February 2) – The Algorithms to measure digital mobility outcomes
- Session 2 (February 16) – The Experimental Tools – The Mobilise-D multi-modal approach towards validation
- Session 3 (March 9) – The Technical Validation Study – Bringing it all together – the Mobilise-D protocol to establish technical validity in different health conditions
- Session 4 (March 23) – The Tools for Data Transfer and Analysis – How to leverage insights from real-world digital mobility data
- Session 5 (April 6) – The Technical Validation Study – Early insights
We have also added two more webinars to our Webinar Series! The webinars are 1h 30 minutes with the following topics:
- Session 6 (May 4) – Up and Go: Planning & Conducting the Clinical Validation Study
- Session 7 (June 1) – Putting patients in the centre when developing digital mobility outcomes
We have added four more webinars to our webinar series from September to December 2022. The webinars are free and open to the public and we will talk about our four cohorts in the clinical validation study; Parkinson’s Disease, Multiple Sclerosis, Lung Disease and Hip Fracture.
- Session 8 (September 7) – Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Mobilise-D Cohort
- Session 9 (October 5) – Parkinson’s Disease (PD) Mobilise-D Cohort
- Session 10 (November 9) – Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) Mobilise-D Cohort
- Session 11 (December 7) – Hip Fracture (PFF) Mobilise-D Cohort
What is Mobilise-D? Mobilise-D is a European project funded by Innovative Medicines Initiatives 2, aiming to develop a comprehensive system to monitor and evaluate people’s gait based on digital technologies, including sensors worn on the body. The project focuses on conditions that often affect mobility, namely chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, Parkinson’s disease, multiple sclerosis, and hip fracture recovery.