eCARE-PD platform: A digital health technology for people living with Parkinson

Funding: The EU Joint Programme – Neurodegenerative Disease Research (JPND)

Research Assistants:

  • Amélie Gauthier-Beaupré, Ph.D candidate in Psychology, University of Ottawa.
  • Jean-Luc Ciocca, Ph.D candidate in Educational Technology, University of Ottawa.
  • Emely Poitras, MA students in Communication, University of Ottawa.

Publications & Conferences:

Grosjean, S., Ciocca, J. L., Gauthier-Beaupré, A., Poitras, E., Grimes, D., & Mestre, T. (2022). Co-designing a digital companion with people living with Parkinson’s to support self-care in a personalized way: The eCARE-PD Study. Digital Health8, 20552076221081695.

Grosjean, S., Bate, E., Mestre, T. (2020). Designing socially acceptable mHealth technologies for Parkinson’s disease self-management. Finnish Journal of eHealth and eWelfare12(3), 163-178. https://journal.fi/finjehew/article/view/95231

Mestre, T., Grosjean, S., Bonneville, L., Grimes, D.,  Bate, E., Lê, M. (2019). eCARE-PD, a digital health platform for patient empowerment and online health tracking: experiences with co-design, Poster presentation, International Congress of Parkinson’s Disease and Movement Disorders, September, 25, Nice, France.

For more information about the eCARE-PD project, please contact: sylvie.grosjean@uottawa.ca

Keywords eHealth; co-design; Parkinson; Integrated Care; eCARE-PD platform