Bringing together patients' perspectives on eHealth and mHealth

Month: September 2018

DVDs – Patient Organisations Using Video material

DVDs – Patient Organisations Using Video material

Patient Organisations Sending DVDs to Support Patients In the age of video-streaming services like Netflix, and the disappearance of CD/DVD drives from computers, some may consider the DVD a declining format. However, most people still own devices that can play DVDs, and they can still […]

Brain Cancer Resources – printed or digital?

Brain Cancer Resources – printed or digital?

When can printed resources be better than digital? In the field of cancer care and cancer care in general, in particular, patients welcome and even seek out support to manage their condition. But how should this support be delivered? In a digital world, resources to […]

HIV Apps, Are They Fit for Purpose?

HIV Apps, Are They Fit for Purpose?

Are HIV apps fit for purpose?  A recent study by a team of researchers from University College London and Glasgow Caledonian University looked at over 600 HIV apps to assess their functionality. They also analysed users’ reviews to see if the apps were meeting their […]

HIV Apps – Are They Meeting Users Needs?

HIV Apps – Are They Meeting Users Needs?

Are HIV Apps,  smartphone and web meeting the needs of their users?  A team of researchers from University College London and Glasgow Caledonian University recently carried out a review of over 600 HIV apps and online tools. They did this to see if they were […]

VASCERN – Patient Groups Develop App Together

VASCERN – Patient Groups Develop App Together

RARE VASCULAR DISEASE PATIENT GROUPS DEVELOP APP TOGETHER  To begin with Mhealth, apps and eHealth can play a critical role in rare diseases. They can help address some of the gaps in health infrastructure, from finding out about getting a diagnosis, through to information, support […]