The app provides you with an immunisation schedule for your child based on their date of birth and inserts these into your calendar. The service builds on that available on NHS Choices and will give you information about the immunisations that your child is eligible for so that parents can make an informed decision aside from what they read in the press. In the future I would hope that the app has scope to broaden out ...more »
At Birmingham Children's Hospital we are developing an app that is a paediatric anaesthetic drug dose calculator based on the drugs in our formulary that we use every day. These doses will have been checked by our pharmacists and anaesthetic consultants. Our hospital anaesthetic guidelines for emergency care of children will be available at a glance. This will provide an easy check for our doctors giving drugs and care ...more »
Puzzledout.com is a groundbreaking tool that gives children and young people across the UK an easy way to influence how their local mental health services are delivered, designed and commissioned . It is: Easy for everyone to use Effective at producing evidence of young people’s service experience Empowering because everyone gets to see the difference their contribution makes It works by enabling service user groups ...more »
The importance of brushing teeth for a least two minutes, twice a day, has already been established, with recent evidence indicating a link between oral health and systemic diseases such as coronary heart disease and diabetes. This app would motivate children and less able people using fun and innovative ways (using a smart phones capabilities) to brush for the correct time, under supervision. Adults could also use ...more »
When your little ones are playing up and displaying traditional naughty behaviour and testing you! You can use the App to type in their activities/behaviour/symptoms and the App may give you " joke" advice or " real" advice on how to deal with it. The Supernanny of Apps! For every mother and father out there or even for big and little brothers and sisters!