New digital therapy programmes have been developed through a partnership between Berkshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust and SilverCloud Health.
The National Record Locator Service enables paramedics and mental health nurses find out whether a patient has a mental health crisis plan, with a view to informing their care.
The platform offers expert mental health advice and practical tips as well as a quiz which provides a personalised action plan with self-care actions.
The companies hope to identify patterns of successful therapy and support that could be used to improve the effectiveness of digital therapeutics.
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Speaking at NHS Expo, Dave Austin explained how the digital ward had allowed clinicians to monitor patient data and identify signs of deterioration.
More people are turning to Google to self-diagnose their boo-boos and ailments, with Londoners proving the biggest ‘cyberchondriacs’.
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The University of Central Lancashire (UCLan) will offer digital therapy training as part of its curriculum, marking the first offering of its kind from a UK university.
Mental wellbeing service Good Thinking has partnered with My Possible Self to provide Londoners with free tools for tackling stress, anxiety and depression.
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ORCHA has provided mental health charity Papyrus with a microsite to allow young people to manage their own mental health through clinically approved apps.
The Alliance works together with members to promote the life science sector in the North of England and drive investment into the Northern Powerhouse.