Digital Endpoints Resource Guide Series

Dermatology Indication Guide



Establishing clinical benefit is one of the most challenging and costly steps in developing new treatments for patients with dermatology conditions. Symptoms of conditions such as atopic dermatitis, psoriasis and other dermatological conditions can affect patients in many ways, including their physical activity and sleep.

With the advent of sensor-based digital health technologies (DHTs), we now have an unprecedented opportunity to remotely and continuously assess how study participants in dermatology research function in their daily lives.

This digital endpoints guide provides information on wearable DHT adherence in dermatology clinical trials, a list of digital endpoints available for dermatology trials, and opportunities to advance dermatology research with wearable DHTs, including:

  • Supporting patient-centric dermatology drug development with easy-to-use wrist-worn technology
  • Collecting previously inaccessible clinical insights for dermatology trials through novel digital endpoints
  • Passively examining sleep and scratch behavior in the patient’s natural environment

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