Last updated on July 2020

Patient centered outcome strategy for early stage Parkinson’s disease clinical trials

Brief description of study

In clinical trials for Parkinson’s disease (PD), study participants often answer questionnaires about their symptoms to determine if the investigational product is slowing down disease progression. But current questionnaires may not accurately reflect symptoms and experiences of living with PD. This makes it difficult to understand if an experimental treatment is working and can be approved for public use. 
The purpose of this study is to learn more about the symptoms and daily experience of people living with PD so we can create new questionnaires that better detect symptom changes when testing new potential treatments.
In this study, we are looking for 30 people who have been diagnosed with PD within the last 3 years to complete 90-minute phone interviews. This is an interview study that does not include any treatment for PD but will help advance the search for new treatments.
People who complete the study interview will receive compensation for their time.

Please contact Teya Lovell at if you are interested in participating. 

Detailed Study Description

Clinical Study Identifier: TX244004

Recruitment Status: Closed

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