Who We Are

Patients living with life-limiting diseases need access to clinical trials and innovative treatments. 

Aparito provides that access, wherever patients are.

We digitise clinical trials and unlock real-world data through mobile apps, video assessments & wearable devices through Atom5™, our iOS & Android-compatible web and mobile app platform.

Our platform integrates clinical & regulatory expertise to capture patient data and develop digital endpoints for hybrid and decentralised clinical trials to streamline the drug development process. 

Atom5™ captures multiple, high-frequency data points from video, voice, wearables and ePRO and, analyses the data in conjunction with our data scientists to provide rich, real-time insights to clinical teams. 

The Role

We are looking for a Clinical Research Physiotherapist to conduct a clinical assessment of neuromuscular patients as an autonomous practitioner, including those with diverse or complex presentations / multi-pathologies.

Working with the Patient Group Accelerator Programme team, you will use clinical reasoning skills and knowledge of evidence-based practice as part of Aparito-sponsored clinical research studies.

Research and Development Responsibilities

  • To conduct a clinical assessment of neuromuscular patients as an autonomous practitioner, including those with diverse or complex presentations / multi-pathologies.
  • To interpret and analyse clinical and non-clinical facts to assess potential neuromuscular disorders including those with a complex presentation.
  • To work in collaboration with the Patient Group Accelerator Programme team and Data Science team and contribute to the design and analysis of performance-based outcome assessments relevant to neuromuscular/neurodegenerative diseases and movement disorders.
  • To work in close collaboration with Patient Advocacy Group, Duchenne UK
  • To keep abreast of evidence-based practice and emerging research in the neuromuscular field and particularly in the development of new digital clinical outcome assessments (eCOAs).
  • To ensure a good working knowledge of national standards of care for neuromuscular conditions.
  • To have knowledge of and be proactively involved in industry-led and therapy-led research opportunities, developing research skills, database management and presentation skills to a highly specialised level.
  • To monitor the use of supplies for research activities and advise when supplies are required.

Education & Experience

  • Physiotherapy BSc degree with MSc in Paediatric physiotherapy (other advanced specialisation is welcome).
  • Minimum of 3 years of experience in similar roles.
  • Extensive experience in clinical outcomes assessments used for neuromuscular disorders, specifically 6MWT, NSAA, PUL.
  • Fluent in English (verbal and written). Knowledge of other EU languages would be valued.
  • Clinical research experience, and GCP training desirable.
  • HCPC registration required.


  • UK driving licence or ability to travel to patients’ homes.
  • Quarterly visits to Wrexham and travel as required.
  • Strong understanding of the clinical trial /drug development process.
  • Empathic and driven by patients’ needs, sensitive and respectful to their home environment.
  • Must be willing and able to travel to study participants homes.
  • Must be digitally literate with Microsoft tools and G-suite.
  • High interest in digital health and developing solutions with a positive impact on patients’ lives.
  • To demonstrate the ability to communicate often complex and sensitive information to patient, carers and other staff, where there may be barriers to communication e.g., non-English speakers, and those with communication disorders.
  • To sensitively deal with distressing or emotional circumstances regarding patient care e.g., imparting news of poor prognoses, such as long-term disability or chronic pain.
  • Ability to clearly communicate complex concepts using plain language.
  • Team worker, able to assess priorities and keep track of different ongoing activities.


  • Competitive salary (Band 7 NHS equivalent).
  • 37.5 hours per week, Monday to Friday.
  • 32 days holiday per year, increasing with service.
  • Remote working with travel as required.

Ready to Apply?

If you want to join our team and help digitise clinical trials with patients, we’d love to hear from you!

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The Team

Meet the team behind Aparito!