AnswersIn Medicine Apps for the iPhone provides a suite of gastroenterology Apps designed to facilitate "anywhere any time" learning. The Apps take a Socratic approach to learning with an audio interview between a student and teacher. In this format, the student asks the teacher the questions rather than the teacher asking the student. The interview is synchronised to screen text and pictures. Although aimed at healthcare ...more »
My idea is for a personal data service that will allow me to connect to my health and well-being records, store them safely and share the records with others. I control and manage my records and share my personal information appropriately across the spectrum of my life, not just as a series of one-to-one relationships. I can share my GP test results with specialist clinicians (via Patients Know Best, for example), my ...more »
My App idea is to create a database of information relating to Mental Health, consisting of up-to-date information about prescribed medication e.g. side effects, doses and length of treatment. There would also be a Q&A menu that allows the user to explore their symptoms and get the right type of help when entering services. The Q&A section would also allow people to take part in a Mental Health quiz that scores your current ...more »
An application that recreates the NHS direct symptom checker on a mobile phone. The app will ask the user a series of questions and recommend future course of action. If the action requires a emergency room visit then it alerts the emergency room or if it requires GP visit then sets up an appointment with the GP clinic. Additionally records the symptoms checked so that this can be shared with the doctor.