Your favourite existing health app

Contraception and sexual health information

CaSH 2U (Contraception & Sexual Health). An App designed for young people to dowload to their mobile phones giving details of clinics and venues where emergency contraception, chlamydia testing, advice, pregnancy support, free condoms are available across Wirral. Young people do not like leaflets!!! Now they have our services at their fingertips. Allows a postcode search to find nearest venues, lists the high schools ...more »

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Your favourite existing health app

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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Ideas for a new health app

Smartphone health app for teenagers and young adults

young people are engaging with smart phone technology in large proportions. By now, almost all new phones on the market are of the smartphone variety, and while young people and teenagers fail to engage in traditional means of health education such as leaflet/poster/TV campaigns, their interest and high ratio of engagement with smartphone apps and mobile social networking illustrates there is a clear market for a form ...more »

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Ideas for a new health app

Patient Contraceptive Pill Reminder

Patients can select the oral contraceptive pill they are prescribed. Then tailored features will be accessible including: - daily reminders to take pill - reminders of when to restart pill after 7 day break - ability to indicate if pill missed, with appropriate advice for the patient on what to do - if EHC or emergency coil recommended, for it to locate relevant facilities for the patient to obtain supplies - reminders ...more »

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