Manuscript: AccessPD as a next generation registry to accelerate Parkinson’s disease research

We are excited to share our first manuscript from AccessPD, co-authored by Dr. Yun Hsuan Chang from uMed and Professor Alastair Noyce from Queen Mary University of London, now published in the Nature Journal – NPJ Parkinson’s Disease.

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AccessPD represents a ‘next generation’ registry in Parkinson’s Disease, leveraging uMed’s ACCESS Research Platform to merge clinical outcomes from electronic health records with patient-reported outcomes directly from those within the AccessPD cohort.

The authors have adeptly presented the most common diagnoses before and after a Parkinson’s Disease diagnosis, the most commonly prescribed medications among the cohort, and identified participants who could potentially benefit from device-aided therapies using consensus criteria.