Mobile Apps for Patients

QDocMental Health App

Qdoc is a simple personal app to help people during psychiatric consultations. People often find such consultations stressful and may leave a consultation overwhelmed with the information given. In addition, they often omit to ask some important questions for personal benefit. QDoc allows the person to select and create questions in advance that are relevant to the condition, diagnosis, treatment or for further information.

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About MeAutism Personal App

This app, supported by the Health Tech challenge fund, provides digitisation of the paper version of About Me which supports children and young people with autism to input and share personal information about their conditions, likes and dislikes to the multidisciplinary professionals during their journey through life.  The app was launched by Aneurin Bevan Health Board on 3rd Nov,16 in the presence of Rebecca Evans AM, Minister for Social Services and Public Health and Judith Paget the Chief Executive officer of ABUHB.  The Autism Personal App is free to download from the Google store on any android device.

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