Personal Science Conversations #3: “The Patient Experience”

July 13, 2020

In the third episode of Personal Science Conversations, Sara Riggare, Gary Wolf, Thomas Blomseth Christiansen and Steven Jonas discuss how the personal science intersects with the patient experience. Drawing heavily on Sara’s experience as a person with Parkinson’s in the Swedish healthcare system, we look at how individuals can use their personal observations to inform their treatment.

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