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100 For Parkinson's has Completed Recruiting

After 10 months of asking people to harness the power of their own smartphones to understand more about Parkinson's, 100 For Parkinson's has completed recruitment. Read more about this milestone here...
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Dr Rashmi Narayana,

2016-12-06 09:59:00

One month left of recruitment for 100 For Parkinson's

We now have over 4,000 people taking part in the United States and United Kingdom, all helping to understand more about the needs of those with Parkinson's. Don't miss your chance to join them, all through the power of your own phone!....
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Alistair Stuart,

2016-10-25 16:01:00

100 For Parkinson's in the News

100 For Parkinson's has been covered in a press release from Oxford University Innovation - uMotif and Oxford University Innovation collaborate on world’s largest health tracking study to improve the lives of those with Parkinson’s
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Bruce Hellman,

2016-10-05 14:46:00

It's World Parkinson's Congress and we've more data to share

World Parkinson's Congress is ending today in Portland, so we've published some more data from 100 For Parkinson's on Mood, Sleep and Stress levels of those with and without Parkinson's...
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Dr Rashmi Narayana,

2016-09-23 17:16:00

We love wearables!

Our fantastic participantsare contributing data to help us understand more about Parkinson's, and there are even more ways to contribute by linking up any wearable device such as fitness trackers to the uMotif app to build an even more comprehensive data set.
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Dr Rashmi Narayana,

2016-08-16 14:57:00

More Data to Share!

100 For Parkinson's is a citizen powered study, so we want to keep our participants informed. Take a look at the latest infographic prepared by the study team here....
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Alistair Stuart,

2016-08-10 15:02:00

Which States are in the Lead?

Since our launch in March in the United States we've had an amazing response from people signing up right across the country. We wanted to share this with you and stimulate a little bit of friendly rivalry!
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Alistair Stuart,

2016-07-16 15:27:00

How digital technology will make people powered health a reality

We had some fantastic coverage in the Guardian last week - you can read the article here....
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Alistair Stuart,

2016-07-13 14:07:00

A Global Study

100 For Parkinson's demonstrates the global reach of smartphone powered studies - people from 50 countries have expressed an interest in joining the study and we're working to bring as many countries onboard as possible
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Bruce Hellman,

2016-06-07 14:15:00

What's your 100?

People have many different motivations for taking part in 100 For Parkinson's. However, everyone is united in a desire to help understand more about the condition and help support our learning about how technology can help to make a difference. Share your motivation, or see what others have to say in our #my100 video blog series
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Ben James,

2016-05-26 18:02:00

Four Months In!

Wow - it's now four months since we launched our smartphone powered study to understand more about how people with Parkinson's manage in between visits to the doctor. There has been some amazing media coverage over this time...
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Alistair Stuart,

2016-05-17 16:52:00

For World Parkinson's Day, we took a look at some of the first data to emerge from 100 For Parkinson's

100 For Parkinson's will compare the needs of those with Parkinson's with everyone else to help give us insight into the factors that are most important but for World Parkinson's Day we took at look at where and why people are taking part.
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Dr Rashmi Narayana,

2016-04-11 11:14:00

Why is 100 For Parkinson's Important?

Some of out supporters talk about why 100 For Parkinson's is so important and the difference it will make both to them and for the Parkinson's community in general. Watch the video in our latest blog post.
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Ben James,

2016-03-21 15:47:00

Sam's Story

Sam has been using the uMotif app to help manage her health for a while and has been kind enough to share some of her experiences with us
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Alistair Stuart,

2016-03-15 09:34:00

Health research in the digital age: what are the ethical considerations?

Ethical approval is a key part of any clinical research, but what are the extra challenges when the research is done digitally? Clinical Director at uMotif, Rashmi Narayana considers the topic...
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Dr Rashmi Narayana,

2016-03-14 17:57:00

Let your friends contribute to new discoveries in Parkinson's as well

You're doing something amazing with 100 For Parkinson's, why not let your friends, family and colleagues take part too?
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Alistair Stuart,

2016-03-14 16:14:00

100 For Parkinson's - Your Study, Your Science

100 For Parkinson's is a global citizen science project which means that we want everyone to ask questions about the data and what it might mean
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Alistair Stuart,

2016-03-05 13:50:00

Why Should People Take Part in 100 For Parkinson's?

Our partners at the Cure Parkinson's Trust give us their thoughts on why anyone should take part, whether you have Parkinson's or not. Watch the video in our latest blog post.
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Ben James,

2016-03-03 17:56:00

What happens to my data as part of 100 For Parkinson's?

Bruce Hellman, CEO and nominated data controller for uMotif, explains what happens to the data from 100 For Parkinson's
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Bruce Hellman,

2016-03-01 21:24:00

Michael's Story

Michael has been using the uMotif app to help manage his Parkinson's since one of the first pilot studies. He has kindly shared some of his experiences with us...
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Alistair Stuart,

2016-02-26 11:10:00

One Hundred For Parkinson's Features on BBC Breakfast News

This morning, Tom Isaacs from the Cure Parkinson's Trust and Bruce Hellman from uMotif talked about 100 For Parkinson's on BBC Breakfast News
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Alistair Stuart,

2016-02-25 12:01:00

One Hundred for Parkinson's Launches Nationally

A new global health project is calling on people to track their health using their smartphone to contribute to Parkinson’s research.
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Alistair Stuart,

2016-02-19 13:40:00