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As a follow up to our 11/7/19 tweet chat on e-health apps discussions now progress to e-health tools you may already be seeing more commonly in daily practice.
Fit bit, Alexa, Ipads, Medication Alarm prompts and more … Do you use these in your practice? Can you see the potential? Perhaps you are already an e-health nurse well on your way to meeting NHS long term digital health goals and hadn’t realised quite how much you are doing! Alternatively, you may be an e-health expert and have some great tips to share.
How can we use e- health tools to enhance patient’s quality of life?
What tools, if any are you currently seeing in practice?
What are the barriers to access? Funding? IT Skills? Other?
Do you feel it is important to adopt and learn new e-health skills?
Does your employer/trust advocate or support e-health tools and CPD?
Would you like to see a platform highlighting what e-health tools and apps are being used by nurses and HPs in practice, not just for patients but for your own role?