E-health and Mobile Apps in the NHS

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This resource details how mobile phone applications are currently being used as an "e-health" solution to supporting healthcare delivery within the NHS. The potential opportunities and barriers to wide-scale use within the NHS are explored, as well as potential Healthcare Science. A summary of the apps catalogued within the NHS App Library is given, alongside suggestions of alternative ways they could be used to manage the COVID-19 crisis.  The barriers to integrating e-health solutions to NHS pathways are explored, as well as potential solutions for successful adoption. 

For full piece please visit https://sway.office.com/JeaAIa5ABcuutp8u. Please note formatting presented on the Learning Hub may differ from original intended structure.
Written by David Boor, Naima Fredericks, Jasmine Lister and Ben Harris. 

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For original resource please visit https://sway.office.com/JeaAIa5ABcuutp8u. Please note formatting presented on the Learning Hub may differ from the original intended structure.

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Contributed by: Naima Fredericks
Authored by: Naima Fredericks, Sheffield Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Trainee Clinical Scientist (Audiology)
David Boor, County Durham and Darlington NHS Foundation Trust, Trainee Clinical Scientist (Respiratory and Sleep Physiology)
Jasmine Lister, Sheffield Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, Trainee Clinical Scientist (Medical Physics)
Licence: Creative Commons: Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivatives 4.0 International More information on licences
First contributed: 21 July 2020
Audience access level: Full user

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