Welcome back listeners to our latest eGPlearning Podblast episode.
The eGPlearning Podblast is a health tech update by two Nottingham based GPs covering recent topics, useful clinical apps, and interviews with primary care health tech innovators.
This episode begins with a review of our previous episode and individual updates(2.00) and then we cover an ENT focussed app Cupris (3.22), a depression assessment tool app called Moodpath (11.16) and cover a Nottingham based news story on eprescribing that may bring in national changes (21.44).
Listen below on SoundCloud via our player, or links below for iTunes or Stitcher.
The shownotes are below:
Hussain Gandhi: Profile
Andrew Foster: avoidingpuddles
Feedback on the previous episode:
@NCGPA_nottm office enjoyed the shorter format and thanked us for shout out
@NHSideas lab – glad to be included
Helen Jackson @DeckofPandas responded and suggested we talk
@JThambyrajah – enjoyed the podcast for first time – fascinating and informative – on itunes, first5 lead southwest Thames.
@SonaliKinra – hope to hear more about hackathons
What have we been doing recently:
Andy – refresh of signpostinghealth.com and welcomed Leeds practices
Nice updates/ apps review
Cupris: TYM smartphone otoscope for imaging and videoing the external ear canal and eardrum
Creator : Jules Hamman
Met at Doctorprenuer conference.
A depression assessment tool.
The science: https://www.moodpath.de/en/science/
Aurora health is the back-end psychology support. Site is in German.
EPS: flagging urgent prescriptions, news coverage on the coroner report. https://www.chemistanddruggist.co.uk/news/coroner-calls-eps-improvements-following-patient-death