As much as smartwatches, activity trackers and other ‘wearables’ to monitor health and wellbeing are used on a daily basis by millions around the world, the use of their connected devices in clinical trials remains limited. Let us take a close look and discuss use cases, prerequisites, risks and benefits – both from a scientific and an operational perspective.
- Patient and site perspective on wearables
- How to secure investigator oversight over collected data
- What do the data really tell us?
- Which use cases to pursue with wearables in clinical trials?