Smartphones are changing the world of clinical research and clinical trials, ever since the launch of ResearchKit and ResearchDroid in 2015. We have been working feverishly to tap the power of smartphones and put it to use to increase the efficiency of clinical trial investigators, as well as empower patients to participate in clinical studies conveniently. So, we created Appbakery!
Appbakery is a – no code, DIY platform which can help clinical trial investigators build and launch their own study app in less time and lesser cost. It allows researchers to design, create and deploy their entire mobile study app for their research studies, using a web interface without needing to write any code. Researchers can specify any pre-screener, consent, surveys, and wearables data to be collected. Appbakery compiles all information and bakes an app ready to be downloaded from Apple and Google stores.
To learn more about Appbakery and how a mobile study app can help in your research study, join our monthly webinars.
JUNE 23rd, 2017 – Mobile Research Apps : Learn How Stanford, John Hopkins, Rochester are Mobile-izing Research Data Collection
If you are a researcher or a doctor with a study on a small budget, our webinar conducted on June 23rd, 2017 is for you. This webinar covers:
An overview of Apple’s ResearchKit library and key capabilities of the platform.
Most important lessons from three ResearchKit studies.
How you can make a study app quickly, without any programming.
May 19th, 2017 – Mobile Research Apps : Learn How Stanford, John Hopkins, Rochester are Mobile-izing Research Data Collection
Mobile ResearchKit apps based data collection for clinical studies, allows large-scale participant enrollment, in addition to enabling collection of data that cannot be easily captured through traditional methods. In this webinar conducted on May 19, 2017, Dr. Khan describes how Stanford, Johns Hopkins, Rochester are Mobile-izing Research Data Collection.
APRIL 28th, 2017 – Mobile Research Apps : Learn How Stanford, John Hopkins, Rochester are Mobile-izing Research Data Collection
Collective data shows that almost fifty thousand people have been recruited for clinical studies using ResearchKit study apps by organizations of the likes of Stanford, Johns Hopkins, and Rochester. Listen to this webinar conducted on April 28, 2017 to learn more about various #mhealth apps being used by educational organizations to gather data for their clinical research.
MARCH 30th, 2017 – Mobile Research Apps : Learn How Stanford, John Hopkins, Rochester are Mobile-izing Research Data Collection
Since Apple launched ResearchKit in 2015, over 30 studies from various institutions are successfully collecting research data remotely using ResearchKit apps now. This webinar which we presented in March, 2017 describes the details of the performance of popular mhealth apps like MyHeart Counts, Asthma Health App, mPower and Epiwatch.
If Appbakery sounds like a tool which can help you accelerate the pace of your research, join our webinars and we will help you bake an app for your clinical study.