Dr Amy Chan is senior clinical academic at the University of Auckland, New Zealand, working clinically in primary care. Amy also holds an honorary post at the Centre of Behavioural Medicine, University College London, UK and is affiliated with the Asthma UK Centre of Applied Research. For over 15 years, Amy has been conducting research into the intersection between adherence, digital technologies and asthma management, including how technologies can be used to promote medication adherence and improve asthma outcomes using big data and innovative technologies. Amy has experience applying her research to improve asthma care through providing consultancy to charities, medical research organisations, and non-government organisations. Amy is the global lead for workforce transformation with the International Pharmaceutical Federation (FIP), working group lead for the European Respiratory Society Clinical Research Collaboration CONNECT, and member of the Respiratory Effectiveness Group, Open Digital Health, PSA Respiratory Taskforce and Asthma NZ board.