Long-term adherence with wearing a multi-sensor watchWearable sensors can potentially provide valuable insights into real-life symptoms and function with minimal impact on daily life. For longitudinal deployment, maximizing data completeness and minimizing patient attrition is essential. In the Personalized Parkinson Project, a single center cohort study, participants are asked to wear a multi-sensor watch for 2 years, up to 23 hours per day, 7 days a week. We presented a poster on this topic at the latest International Congress of Parkinson's Disease and Movement Disorders in Nice, France (September 22-26, 2019).
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