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NHS Coventry Get the Right Treatment app

In 2010, NHS Coventry launched a smartphone app which supported the Get the Right Treatment campaign. The app uses data from NHS Choices to give the user the locations of their nearest GP, pharmacy and Walk-in Centre from their current position. An update was launched earlier this year which included information and directions to the various sexual health services in the city. As of June 2011, the app had been downloaded ...more »

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Virtuteq.com - A Smart Phone Application to help the NHS

Our cutting edge service see www.virtuteq.com allows smart phone users (iphone, Nokia and Android) to view information relevant to their needs based on their location and what information is nearby. It works like an interactive website linked to a location. Just by holding up a phone and looking around through their smart phone camera, the general public can view clickable information on their phone screens linking them ...more »

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Condom Finder

We are in the process of developing an app for Kent teenagers who are registered for a Kent 'C Card'. It's essentially a condom finder app - so it has an active map which tells you where you are and where you can find a free condom outlet near you (along with opening times, special requirements etc. as most of the outlets are chemists or youth clubs etc.). It also includes 3 short (funny) films about unwanted teen pregnancy ...more »

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Map of quality and outcomes: falls and fracture prevention

The National Osteoporosis Society would welcome an app which shows information about the quality and outcomes achieved by falls and fracture prevention services in local areas across the UK. There is a range of official audit data available which provides this information at local levels: The national audit of falls and bone health in older people, undertaken by the Royal College of Physicians and commissioned by the ...more »

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