The ADHD Remote Technology pilot feasibility study (ART-pilot), funded by a King’s Together Strategic grant, involves the initial development stages from the planning of the ART measures to their incorporation in the RADAR-base mobile-health platform (https://radar-base.org/), through to pilot data collection in a 10-week remote monitoring study with 20 participants with ADHD and 20 controls. The participants also took part in two remote baseline assessments and provided feedback in a post-participation interview. The pilot study data support the acceptability and validity of the measures, and provide evidence of informative ADHD-control differences in the remote monitoring data.
External Team Members
Andrea Bilbow (Chief Executive of UK ADHD Information and Support Service, ADDISS, and Vice President of ADHD Europe), Dr Maddie Groom (University of Nottingham and NIHR MindTech MedTech Co-operative), Professor Chris Hollis (University of Nottingham and NIHR MindTech MedTech Co-operative)
Professor of Developmental Disorders and Neuropsychiatry
Professor of Medical Bioinformatics