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NEAR-PATIENT SENSING

New technologies in clinical trials

We have developed and led a number of near-patient sensing and reporting studies in cancer patients, as well as computational tools for measuring patient outcomes and experience.


The BrainWear clinical trial was the first trial in the world to look at using activity monitoring in patients with brain tumours. The BrainApp trial is a partnership with the Brain Tumour Charity, who have developed the BRIAN app. We are looking at how to integrate multi-modal data from the app with clinical data and patient-reported data.


The TRIGGER and CURIE projects use secure online portals to collect patient outcome and experience measures from large groups of cancer patients. The INDIGO study explores this in more detail as a research project.

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PUBLISHED WORK

P11.03 SLEEP ANALYSIS OF ACCELEROMETER DATA FROM HIGH GRADE GLIOMA PATIENTS IN THE BRAINWEAR STUDY

September 2021

M George, S Dadhania, M Williams

OS10.5.A BRAINWEAR: LONGITUDINAL, OBJECTIVE ASSESSMENT OF PHYSICAL ACTIVITY IN 42 HGG PATIENTS

September 2021

S Dadhania, L Pakzad-Shahabi, S Mistry, K Le Calvez, W Saleem, W Mohammed, M Williams

EARLY EFFECTS OF SURGERY AND RADIOTHERAPY ON ACTIVITY LEVELS IN PATIENTS WITH BRAIN TUMOURS: PRELIMINARY DATA FROM THE BRAINWEAR TRIAL

October 2019

Dadhania S, Wei Wang J, Yu B, Saleem W, Blake C, Shahabi L, Williams M