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NHS Pulse is a survey that gives NHS staff the chance to have a say during the COVID-19 pandemic
Free for 6 months
The Howz app lets you check that an older person is OK without being intrusive
Free to download the app, Howz Home Care Kit (£149), plus a £9 monthly subscription charge
MUTU System Programme
Being tested in the NHS
MUTU System is an exercise programme to help women strengthen their core muscles after giving birth
£99 for lifetime access
The Medloop app lets patients manage their health, and helps GPs keep track of their patients
ThinkNinja is an app that helps 10 to 18 year olds learn about and manage their mental health
Free during the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis
ACR Digital Urinalysis
The ACR Digital Urinalysis app lets you test a sample of your pee for albumin and creatinine
Quickly and securely share information, images and tasks with individuals and whole teams.
Free for all NHS and Local Authority staff
Find recipes, and nutritional, medical and lifestyle information to improve your wellbeing.
£3.99 from App Store and £2.99 from Google Play
Self-reporting tool that aims to improve the understanding and management of coronavirus (COVID-19).
Notice, record and manage your worries using cognitive behavioural therapy techniques.
Take control of your health, and get expert support and advice when and where you need it.
Free, but you need a referral from a healthcare or clinical homecare professional
View, track and share your blood glucose levels to help you manage your diabetes.
An online programme based on the NICE approved Desmond self-management diabetes education programme
Free via referral by a GP
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