Personal Perspectives on Measurement in PD

Perspectives on measurement in Parkinson’s

At the 2015 Rallying to the Challenge meeting we asked a number of people their views about measurement in Parkinson's.  We interviewed people with Parkinson's, people developing devices and apps, clinicians and opinion leaders.

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