Skip to main content Voice: Workshop 2 - Mobile app development for early detection of heart failure
This opportunity is closed
Workshop 2 - Mobile app development for early detection of heart failure

Newcastle University

Workshop 2 - Mobile app development for early detection of heart failure

Online workshop posted 2 weeks ago

Date & time

Monday 16 October, 2023
12:00 - 13:00




£25 Amazon Voucher


Individuals diagnosed with heart failure


Online event


We are part of a group of scientists and clinicians from Newcastle University and Newcastle upon Tyne Hospitals NHS developing a mobile app for early detection of heart failure in primary and secondary care. We are looking for PPI representatives living with heart failure.

We have developed a survey to collect information that will help shape the mobile app to meet the needs of the patient. We would like our PPI representatives to complete the survey and then attend a one-off video conference for approximately one hour to gather feedback on the survey. This is an important part of the design process and by gathering this feedback, we will then adapt the mobile app to provide both tailored and comprehensive assistance to patients.

 Participants will be sent the survey to complete and return to the group one week prior to the online workshop. The survey should take no longer than 15 minutes to complete. The one-off workshop will start with a brief presentation of the mobile app and then we will ask some questions and gather your thoughts on the survey and your previous experiences with mobile apps for health along with any adjustments you would expect to see. We look forward to your participation in the development of the mobile app.


Health & Wellbeing

What you'll receive


£25 Amazon Voucher


Hosted by Sarah Charman

Member since 16 Aug 2023
Logo for Newcastle University

Newcastle University

Joined in Mar 2023

40 Opportunities
3 Groups

Voice was established at Newcastle University in 2007 to harness the experience, ideas and insights of citizens to ensure that research and innovation is focused on the real needs and priorities of real people. 

Newcastle University has particular strengths in our core areas of ageing and health, data, energy, cities, and culture and the creative arts. 


Sorry! This opportunity is now closed.