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AXA Health Tech and You 2018 is a series of events, competitions and awards for digital health innovation, now in it’s fourth year. Each year AXA HTY have run a digital health ‘State of the Nation’ survey with YouGov to … Continue reading
Calm Harm is an app designed to help young people manage the urge to self-harm. The clinician-developed app provides tasks that help resist or manage urges to self-harm and uses ideas from an evidence-based theory called DBT. The app gets … Continue reading
Guest Blog from Working Families Recent research by Working Families shows that parents are having to work longer than their contracted hours on a regular basis¹, with fathers putting in the longest hours. This is despite fathers wanting to play a greater … Continue reading
By Matt James, Senior Researcher at 2020health In our previous blog we were looking at the value of the personalised health agenda. But having vision and developing policy based on that vision is one thing. Identifying the ‘how to’ steps to … Continue reading
By Matt James, Senior Researcher at 2020health The weather might have not have been particularly spring like but the Design Museum certainly lit up the waterfront beside the Thames in a vivid display promoting the Health Tech and You Awards … Continue reading
2020Health claims legal enforcement of key measures are necessary to ensure ‘parity of esteem’ and for Britain to tackle depression in the workplace. 2020Health has today published a new report, ‘Whole in One – Achieving equality of status, access and resources … Continue reading
Guest Blog by Dr Iseult Roche A focus towards children’s health and well-being, both physical and emotional has been called for following research initiated by The Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health – which highlighted concerns that children’s health … Continue reading