The Digital Health Passport app is designed to help young people with asthma take control of their condition. You can use it to create asthma action plans, track symptoms and access NHS support.
Who is it suitable for?
Anyone with asthma, particularly aimed at children (likely those over the age of 13) and young people.
How does it work?
Digital Health Passport uses a digital version of the Personalised Asthma Action Plan developed by the charity Asthma UK. People with asthma action plans are 4 times less likely to be admitted to hospital because of their asthma.
You can use the app to record your symptoms and share them with healthcare professionals. It also provides useful information, like how to use your inhaler properly and what to do in an emergency.
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You can contact the developer directly to report any issue or if you have any questions about this product.
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How do I access it?
Access to Digital Health Passport will be provided by a healthcare professional, like an asthma nurse, GP or respiratory doctor. Once they give you access, the app is free to download from the App Store and Google Play.
Page last reviewed: 18/11/2019
Next review due: 18/11/2022
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