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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 […]

aHUS Alliance – Sharing Through Blogs

aHUS Alliance – Sharing Through Blogs

Sharing Patient Group Experience Through Blogs – aHUS Alliance Working with patient groups for decades, it’s always striking how tough and resilient the individuals at their heart have to be. The challenges and pressures seem to have intensified in that time, and getting noticed in the […]

Gestational Diabetes App Approval

Gestational Diabetes App Approval

Gestational diabetes patient group gives evidence to support app approval for Gestational Diabetes app Patient advocacy organisations worldwide have become increasingly sophisticated in how they contribute evidence to improve treatments, pathways and health technologies. Yet, contributing evidence on health and wellness apps has proved challenging in […]