Get all of your activity and/or sleep data from your wristworn devices or smartphones and upload them to here. Accepted file formats: .csv, .xls, .tsv, .txt and .xlsx.
We ananomyse your data before we process it. Our interest lies in the overall categorisation of sleep and activity within the population, thus anything that is related to you will be deleted and is not accessible to us.
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Our funded study is pioneering the use of wrist-worn sleep sensors and smart phone applications to targeted intervention and relapse prevention in schizophrenia. The project will be run by the NIHR Biomedical Research Centre for Mental Health (BRC-MH).
This innovative monitoring approach has not previously been attempted for people with schizophrenia. Using sleep disturbance as an indicator, the researchers aim to detect the early signs of relapse in psychosis so that early preventative interventions can take place in the community setting.
Sleep disturbance is widely recognised as an early sign of relapse in psychosis. In this pilot project, people with schizophrenia will wear a wrist-worn sleep sensor which will be linked up with a smart-phone application to collect sensor data and usage activity. This data will then be analysed before being given to the patient and care team working with schizophrenia patients in the community to enable them to make the necessary preventative measures.
Designed by Maximilian Kerz