Category Archive for "#mHabitat"

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Mental health apps for young people: an evidence-free zone?

Natalie Nelissen, our Research Fellow, publishes her debut elf blog on a recent systematic review of mental health apps for children and adolescents. You can

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How digital technology can help us to engage people in health and social care video

Dr Jason Broch, GP Chair at NHS Leeds North Clinical Commissioning Group and Dr Victoria Betton, Director at mHabitat, talk about how digital technology can

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Developing an evaluation framework for digital applications poster

Natalie Nelissen, our research fellow, has been at The Kings Fund Digital Health and Care Congress this week presenting a poster on developing a framework

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Accessibility online: juggling or plate spinning?

It may be a case of never ending plate spinning or juggling to manage competing demands within tight budgets, but we are definitely building our

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Mobile health: the Good, the Bad and the Unknown

Hi! I’m Natalie and I’m a research fellow at mHabitat working on the evaluation of mobile health. In other words, my role is assess whether

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mHabitat wins Medilink healthcare award for MindWell

mHabitat has won the Patient Engagement Award at the Medilink Yorkshire and Humber Healthcare Business Awards 2017 for the new website MindWell. The award, which

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14 tips for sustainability models in digital health

How can we develop a sustainable approach to using digital tools in health that (a) generate income to the innovators who have created the technology

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100% Digital Leeds

Earlier this year, mHabitat was invited to give evidence at the Scrutiny Board for City Development and Leeds City Council, as part of an inquiry

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#WeGetTogether (and don’t forget the sweets)

When we heard about We Get Together #WGT16 we couldn’t resist getting involved. Our very own #PdDigital15 back in May had a similar flavour –

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Moving digital forward in health and care

Today Martha Lane Fox has made four key recommendations to NHS England’s National Information Board. You can read more about them here and they are

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