Volunteers needed to trial a new iPhone app to help manage your condition
The aim of the trial is to pilot an iPhone application designed to empower and support people with Parkinson’s. We are looking for 100 people with Parkinson’s with regular access to an iPhone 4 or 5. Participant will be asked to use the app to monitor their symptoms and medication three times a day for 2 weeks.
This is a new and innovative project run and funded by myHealthPal, a healthcare initiative who aim to explore use of everyday technologies to manage conditions such as Parkinson’s.
myHealthPal have designed an iPhone application to empower and support people living with Parkinson’s by allowing them to regularly monitor and record their symptoms and medication.
The team are running this short pilot study, before they launch the full application later this year, to gather feedback from people with Parkinson’s and to understand how the application might be used in everyday life.
Interested in taking part?
Please register your interest at www.parkinsonsapp.co.uk
The myHealthPal team will then contact you with full details of the pilot as soon as possible. The closing date for taking part is 12th March 2014.
Please contact the myHealthPal team at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 0203 5881999