Management of Parkinson’s Disease Psychosis in Actual Practice (The INSYTE Study)
This study is an observational medical research study. An observational study is a type of study where your health is observed over time in order to collect information on your condition. This study involves tracking the medical care that is routinely provided by your study doctor for your Parkinson’s Disease Psychosis This routine care is known as “standard care,” which is the treatment is normally given for a certain condition or illness. Visits with your study doctor will be based on routine care according to your medical needs. Routine care may include physical exams and/or certain blood or lab tests, or changes to your medications based on your study doctor’s delivery of standard care.
Your study doctor will continue to make treatment decisions regarding your condition. This study will not influence how your study doctor chooses to treat your condition.
There are no required doctor or clinic visits for participating in this study. Data will be collected on the standard care you receive from the study doctor treating you for PDP. Your participation and collection of data will last for up to three years. If you are followed by the study doctor for treatment of PDP for less than three years, then your participation and collection of data will end when you are no longer being treated by the study doctor.
To participate, please contact:
Andrew Orzel, RN, BSN
Network Office of Research & Innovation
Inclusion Criteria-including but may not be limited to:
Age ≥ 18, with Parkinson’s Disease Psychosis
Ability to understand and read English
Willing and able to sign an Informed Consent Form (ICF), or have a Legally Authorized Representative willing and able to consent on the patient’s behalf