Members of public are sought who are interested in partnering with researchers.
This project will evaluate the use of wearable activity monitors (wrist-worn sensors) in breast cancer patients to monitor recovery after treatment, their experiences post-treatment, and how can we improve the way we provide care for breast cancer survivors who develop arm impairments. The result of this study will be implemented in developing a sensor-based scoring system for early detection of complications and potentially creating a personalised rehab programme.
10th November 2020
28th November 2020
Imperial College London
The research is being performed by researchers at the Department of Surgery & Cancer at Imperial College London.
Designing and managing
Reasonable payment for your time (£25 per hour) will be covered, as per our patient and public reward and recognition policy and an additional allowance of £5 per online activity.