Devices like mobile phones and smartwatches can capture huge amounts of information about a person’s movements, behaviour and other signals like sleep or heart rhythms. Information like this could help doctors understand more about a person’s health and risk of developing disease in the future.

In this interactive webinar we will explain how data from smartphones and wearables could help diagnose heart disease. We will discuss possible impacts on trust, privacy, security, and health inequalities. It is essential to get the views of the public and patients on how we use this data, and we will explain how we are doing this.

Whether you love or hate technology, gadgets, and gizmos, we want your thoughts! We will ask you to anonymously share your views throughout the session, after which you will have an opportunity to ask your own questions and share your views to a panel of cardiologists, scientists, and representatives from our public and patient partner group.