Want to help us make an app? What is the project about? The School of Public Health at Curtin University is developing a new app, as part of our LiveLighter programme. You can get involved by sharing your ideas about what we’ve developed so far, and telling us what you think makes a good app. What do I need to do? Just talk to us! You can talk to a researcher at a session with other people, or one-on-one with the researcher over the phone. Group sessions will take about 90 minutes and we will reimburse you for your travel. Phone sessions will last about 45 minutes. There will be several venues and times available, from mid-October. Who can take part? We are looking for adults who are interested in their health and weight, and aged between 25 and 64 years. Who is doing the research? The project is being conducted by Dr Deborah Kerr, Charlene Shoneye from Curtin University, the Heart Foundation WA, and Cancer Council WA. The research project is funded by a Health Promotion grant from Healthway. Are there any benefits to being in the research project? Sometimes, people like having the chance to think about their health. We hope that what we find out during this research will help us to improve services available for people trying to live a healthier lifestyle. Will you tell me the results of the research? Yes, once we have taken on board all the feedback, we will use that information to develop the app. We would like to show you the final results before the app is tested in a clinical trial. How do I sign up? Click here to register your interest with Curtin University. You will need to complete a short questionnaire, which will only take about a minute. Ethics approval Curtin University Human Research Ethics Committee (HREC) has approved this study (HREC number HRE2016-0271). How can I find out more? Contact Charlene by email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 9266 9469 (Tuesday – Thursday).