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DIA 2021 Global Annual Meeting


Leveraging Smartphones as Measurement Devices for Remotely Conducted Performance Outcome Tests: Notes from the Field

Session Chair(s)

Bill  Byrom, PhD

Bill Byrom, PhD

  • Principal, eCOA Science
  • Signant Health , United Kingdom
Explore experience from the field in the development of smartphone-instrumented performance outcome measures, and understand some of the unique challenges in using the smartphone as a measurement device.
Learning Objective : Recognize the kind of measures that can be instrumented using the smartphone as a measurement device; List examples of successful and promising application; Describe the gaps in our knowledge and limitations of the smartphone to develop reliable endpoints for clinical research.

Speaker(s)

Bill  Byrom, PhD

Developing Performance Outcome Tests Using Smartphones

Bill Byrom, PhD

  • Principal, eCOA Science
  • Signant Health , United Kingdom
Charmaine  Demanuele, PhD

Developing Smartphone-Instrumented PerfO Tests

Charmaine Demanuele, PhD

  • Director, ECD Non-Clinical and Translational Statistics
  • Pfizer Inc, United States
Max  Little, PhD

Challenges Using the Smartphone Accelerometer as a Measurement Device: Lessons Learned from a Short Walk Test

Max Little, PhD

  • Senior Lecturer, School of Computer Science
  • University of Birmingham, United Kingdom