This session is for academics who want to understand how to partner with a design and development team to build a successful web or mobile application for health research.
How the session will work
We will guide you through the dos and don’ts of partnering with a tech team through a case study approach with our academic partners from King’s College London and the National Institute for Health Research.
What you will take away from the session
By the end of the session, you will know how to get the best out of partnering with a tech team – from setting your requirements, through to collaborative working and engaging research participants – you will learn about the key enablers of a successful relationship that has research impact.
Who we are
Mindwave is a digital health and social impact company. We help our clients improve lives through technology. We work with healthcare providers, academics and start-ups by designing, developing and managing digital products and services.
Born out of NIHR Maudsley Biomedical Research Centre, our blend of creative industries, healthcare and academic expertise is what makes us unique. We help academics translate research ideas into reality by designing and developing engaging mobile applications which allow you to gather data from research subjects and test digital health interventions.
We will deliver the session with Professor Joanne Neale from the National Addictions Centre at King’s College London who we have worked with to develop the SURE recovery app and Mick Mullane, Innovation Lead at the National Institute for Health Research.
Dr Victoria Betton – chief innovation officer at Mindwave
Sarah Welton – chief design officer at Mindwave
Professor Jo Neale – National Addictions Centre at King’s College London
Elle Long – product manager at Mindwave