Bringing together patients' perspectives on eHealth and mHealth

Month: November 2018

Retiring Health Apps, Does it Have to be This Way?

Retiring Health Apps, Does it Have to be This Way?

Retiring apps As an Englishman I’ve always liked the Polish saying which translates as `to leave in the English way’.  Roughly, it means that we sneak out without anyone noticing. The same seems to be true of nearly all health apps at the end of […]

Patient Groups and Site App Recommendations

Patient Groups and Site App Recommendations

Patient groups supporting app reviews and recommendations… The founding principle of myhealthapps.net is that patient groups understand best what patients need from apps. So, we have always advocated that patient groups curate up-to-date reviews and recommendations for apps on their own websites.  In this blog, […]

Podcast – The Audio That Is Reaching Out

Podcast – The Audio That Is Reaching Out

Patient and caregiver podcast – they’re reaching out  In the age of video blogs (Vlogs) and webcasting, it might be tempting to overlook the humble audio podcast. Actually, as patient communities worldwide continue to demonstrate, it has a number of key advantages. For example, in […]

AppleVis and Guide Dogs Accessiblitity

AppleVis and Guide Dogs Accessiblitity

AppleVis – Bridging the accessibility gap I’ll confess now that I’ve written user manuals for everything from the system that may generate your phone bill, to specialist software systems and guides for mobile phones. So, I’m more than full of admiration for any patient group […]