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PatientView and Health 2.0 are undertaking a short survey. It aims to find out how what patients and carers REALLY WANT from health apps.

This survey is an opportunity for patients and carers to tell app developers how health apps can be improved to better meet the needs of patients and carers.

  • The survey is open to anybody who is living with illnesses or conditions that last many years (or even a lifetime), and to the carers of people living with illnesses or conditions that last many years (or even a lifetime).
  • ‚ÄčThe survey is COMPLETELY ANONYMOUS AND CONFIDENTIAL.
  • The results of the survey will be made public on November 10th-11th 2014 at the Health 2.0 conference in London, which attracts about 500 delegates. The 2014 conference is focusing on engaging the entrepreneurs who are behind the development of health apps.
  • All survey participants can have a copy of the results emailed to them, if they wish.

WHEN THIS SURVEY WILL CLOSE

To share your views, please make sure you reply by Friday, 24th October 2014.

TO TAKE PART, PLEASE CLICK ON THE LINK BELOW:

LINK: Survey on what patients and carers WANT from health apps

Thank you.

If you have any questions about this study, please contact:

Dr Alexandra Wyke of PatientView

Tel: ++44-(0)1547-520-965

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