Digital health apps to transform cancer and dementia care

Older man with prostate cancer badge on a smartphone

Photo Credit: Beth Crockatt

Through funding from NESTA and the Scottish Government, OWise has been developing an app for prostate cancer which has been subject to a recent feature by the Herald. OWise has been working closely with Bruce Vickery, who lives with prostate cancer, to ensure that the app is a useful, personalised tool for anyone diagnosed with prostate cancer. 

“It would have been wonderful to have the information stored in the app at my finger tips because it gives you access to a lot of other things that you wouldn’t otherwise have access to.”

Read the article in The Herald to learn more about the development of OWise for prostate cancer and how this app could benefit someone like Bruce.