Mobilise-D: Connecting digital mobility assessment to clinical outcomes for regulatory and clinical endorsement

Posters European Corner 2021

Nom i cognoms / Name and surname
Alícia Josa; Laura Delgado

Afiliació / Affiliation

Programa de finançament europeu en que s’enmarca aquest projecte? / European funding programme in which this project is being carried out?
EU support (FP7, H2020, etc.) other than MSCA

Títol del projecte / Project title
Mobilise-D: Connecting digital mobility assessment to clinical outcomes for regulatory and clinical endorsement

Número del projecte / Project number
EU IMI2, 820820; FIS PI20/0041

Breu explicació del projecte / Brief explanation of your project
Mobility (i.e., the ability to move) is a key contributor to physical, mental and social well-being. However, it diminishes over time and in the presence of chronic conditions. In chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), we have some evidence of mobility impairments, but further research is needed to better understand how this relates to the disease. Mobility is usually assessed in controlled settings such as gait labs and clinical practice, where it provides a useful but blurry image of how individuals actually move in their daily lives. To understand what happens in real-world scenarios, we could use wearable sensors that offer us the possibility of tracking daily uncontrolled mobility performance, and to identify impairments affecting individual’s health. Furthermore, to truly understand real-world scenarios, we can also use digital technologies that allow us to assess the outdoor environment in which mobility takes place, and further investigate how it interacts with the disease.

Within the IMI-funded Mobilise-D project, we want: (1) To characterize mobility in patients with COPD. (2) To investigate the associations between ambient air pollution and COPD.

To do so, we will use wearable digital technologies that allow us to track real-world conditions, as well as validated clinical assessments that will provide us information on patients’ health. Wearable technologies can provide us a more accurate picture of mobility in daily life and can help us detect changes associated with the disease. Moreover, mobility performance in real-world scenarios depends greatly on the context in which it takes place; and this can only be captured following individuals in their own living environments.

Enllaç a la pàgina web del projecte / Link to your project website

Repte en que s’emmarca aquest projecte / Challenge within the framework of this project
1. Health, demographic change and wellbeing


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Amb el finançament de:

european commission
Aquest projecte rep fons dels programes de recerca i innovació Horitzó 2020 de la Unió Europea en el marc del projecte EuNightCat (954506)

This project receives funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programs under the project EuNightCat (954506).