Neuro Digital Profiles Survey

Investigating the factors that affect the use of digital health technology

Digital health technology is the use of online tools, such as the use of video appointments or mobile health apps, to support people’s health and medical care. However, uptake, use and satisfaction with digital health technology is variable across the population. We want to find out what factors affect the use of digital health technology for people living with neurological conditions, including MND.

The findings from this study will help in making recommendations to care providers on the enabling factors and the challenges to using digital health technology for people with neurological conditions, including MND.

What does taking part involve?

Participants will take part in one survey. The survey will ask about thoughts on digital health technology, their use of it, and some questions about their health and personal characteristics.

To take part in the study please click the button below.

If you would prefer to complete the survey on paper or over the phone, please contact Dr Sarah Fearn at S.Fearn@soton.ac.uk or on 07595958441.

Study location

UK-wide

 

Who can take part?

• People living with MND
• Aged 18+

Participants must also be able to understand the participant information sheet and complete the survey (online, on paper or over the phone). 

How can I take part?

To take part in the study please use the orange button on the left side of the page.

You can find out more about the study here

If you would prefer to complete the survey on paper or over the phone, please contact Dr Sarah Fearn at S.Fearn@soton.ac.uk or on 07595958441.

Funding

This project is funded by the NIHR Applied Research Collaboration (ARC) Wessex.

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