On 26 July 2018, more than 30 persons living with Parkinson’s from Leipzig visited the Dresden University Hospital together with their families. i-PROGNOSIS, including all its features, was vividly presented by our German medical partners as one of the current research activities the Technical University of Dresden is involved in.

Participating patients are members from the German Parkinsons Association Leipzig. For more information about the association, please visit their website here. Interested participants immediately downloaded the iPrognosis-app available on Google Play Store (here).

It is very important for doctors to be in constant and trusting communication with their patients, especially in the case of chronic disease. Therefore both, patients and doctors, benefit from such meetings which lead to further valuable exchange and collaboration to improve the health of persons living with Parkinson’s. Involved neurologists also want to coordinate closely with other regional Parkinson’s patients in order to reach as many patients as possible.