Check out our latest customer video, showcasing the use of our medical device during medical procedures at Medway NHS Foundation Trust

   Check out our appearance on the BBC, showcasing the use of our medical device at Worcestershire Royal Hospital

Check out our appearance on the BBC, showcasing the use of our medical device at Worcestershire Royal Hospital


Information on the site

Application of Article 6 of Law No. 2004-575 of 21 June 2004 on confidence in the digital economy

  • Company: Healthy Mind – SAS with a share capital of €97 910, 40 – Registration number at the RCS Paris: 833 226 608
  • Registered office :
    • Head office address: 11 Rue de Lourmel 75015 Paris
    • Mail and telephone: / +33 7 87 69 45 07
  • Host: – 57 Rue d’Amsterdam Paris 75008 France
  • Publication manager: Timothée Cabanne – / +33 7 87 69 45 07

Personal data

In France, law n° 78-87 of 6 January 1978, law n° 2004-801 of 6 August 2004, article L. 226-13 of the Penal Code and the European Directive of 24 October 1995 protect personal data.

Healthy Mind believes it is important that your personal data is properly protected in accordance with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).

Healthy Mind collects information that users enter themselves when they wish to register for our applications, stay informed about Healthy Mind news (newsletter registration) and when they request information or a demonstration of our applications. This information enables us, respectively, to create an account for you on our applications, to send you the newsletters you have subscribed to and to contact you again to give you the information or organize the demonstration you have requested. You can modify your newsletter subscription preferences at any time, or declare that you do not wish to receive newsletters from Healthy Mind, by contacting us. A note is also added to each of our e-mails. No personal information of the user of our applications or website is published without the user’s knowledge, exchanged, transferred, ceded or sold on any medium whatsoever to third parties.

Use of cookies

Browsing the website may cause cookies to be installed on the user’s computer.

What is a cookie?

A cookie is a small file which does not allow the user to be identified, but which records information relating to the navigation of a computer on a site. The data obtained in this way is intended to facilitate subsequent navigation on the site and is also used for various traffic measurements.

What types of cookies are used by and why?

Cookies can be classified into four categories according to their function and purpose: strictly necessary cookies, performance cookies, functional cookies and cookies for marketing purposes.

  • Functional cookies allow a website to store information that the user has already entered (such as user ID, language choice or location) in order to provide personalised and enhanced features to the user.
  • Strictly necessary cookies are, as the name implies, necessary to browse websites and to use basic site functions, such as the delivery of anonymous session identifiers to group several matching requests to a server.
  • Performance cookies: Through analysis, we gain insight into your browsing behaviour and can thus learn more and make our site more user-friendly. These cookies do not record any information that could identify the user personally. The information collected through these cookies is aggregated and therefore anonymous. Performance cookies aim to improve the user-friendliness of a website and thus enhance the user experience.
  • Cookies for marketing purposes: these cookies allow us to optimise our marketing campaigns based on your browsing behaviour on our website. They are often associated with the functions of third party websites.

How do I block cookies?

Refusal to install a cookie may make it impossible to access certain services. The user can however configure his computer to refuse the installation of cookies. Procedure for blocking cookies:

Chrome: Go to Menu > Settings > Show advanced settings (bottom of the page). Click on the Content Settings button and then tick the box “Block cookies and data from third party sites”, click on OK to validate.
Firefox: Go to Menu > Options > Privacy tab. Set the “Retention rules” menu to “Use custom settings for history”. Uncheck the ‘Accept third-party cookies’ box.
Microsoft Edge: Go to Menu > Internet Options > Privacy tab and the Advanced button. In the ‘Advanced Privacy Settings’ window, check the ‘Override automatic cookie handling’ box and then select ‘Decline’ in the ‘Third-party cookies’ column.

Intellectual property

Healthy Mind is a registered trademark. Any reproduction, use or affixing of the aforementioned trademark without the prior authorisation of Healthy Mind is prohibited, in accordance with the provisions of article L713-2 of the Intellectual Property Code. It should be noted that the photographs on the website are considered to be intellectual works that are protected by copyright. Any unauthorised use of any of the photographs constitutes an act of counterfeiting as provided for in article L335-3 of the Intellectual Property Code. In general, the data, programs, musical samples, texts, information, logos, visual identities, images, whether animated or not, and their formatting appearing on the site are the property of Healthy Mind or of third parties and are therefore protected by the provisions of the Intellectual Property Code. All Internet users undertake not to use them and not to allow anyone to use these contents for illegal purposes. Any representation or reproduction, total or partial, permanent or temporary, on a computer and/or paper medium, and by any means whatsoever (in particular by framing*), of any of the elements of the site or of the services offered, without the prior and express agreement of Healthy Mind is prohibited, and constitutes an act of infringement, which may result in civil and/or criminal penalties. Only hard copy printing is authorised for the purposes of private copying for the exclusive use of the copyist within the meaning of article L122-5 2° of the Intellectual Property Code.

*The act of capturing the content of pages of an Internet site to transfer it to one’s own Internet site by means of a hypertext link, making the said content appear as one’s own.

Data privacy

Healthy Mind complies with applicable data protection laws and the privacy policy available on this website by clicking here: Privacy Policy.

Applicable law and competent courts

This website is governed by French law. Only the courts of Paris have jurisdiction in the event of a dispute.