The third edition of our iPhone top medical apps series
Best medical apps for psychiatry physicians
Top Apps for Psychiatry
Duke University has started offering a novel treatment for phobias: virtual reality (VR) exposure therapy. Patients are interviewed and offered therapist-guided virtual reality treatments in an immersive, computer-generated environment that correspond to their particular source of anxiety. This isn’t for just any phobia, as the Duke Faculty Practice only offers environments for those with fear […]
PsychoPharm Research was created by noted physician and medical-app developer Joongheum Park MD, who is an internal medical physician. Dr. Park has created several notable medical apps, and this current one provides an interactive version of medical decision support trees for psychopharmacology. It should be noted that the medication decision support trees have backing from […]
The Mobile.Net study, with 1,000+ patients, tested text messaging to support medication adherence in patients with mental health conditions.
According to a recent study, suicide related searches on Google spiked after the release of 13 Reasons Why, a Netflix show about suicide.
The Blurred Minds app takes users into a virtual reality house party, helping them learn about making responsible choices.
A group of Finnish researchers are developing a virtual reality app to help seniors preserve cognition using simulating physical activity.
This week’s list features some interesting additions including a virtual reality app demonstrating new imaging technology and an app to help IV drug users reduce risky behaviors.
This week’s best new medical app include some popular FOAMed resources, an interesting diagnosis challenge app from UPenn, medication adherence apps, and more.
Montefiore is piloting the Valera mental health app to add messaging, remote assessment, and other care tools to their practice.
A Chinese rehabilitation center is developing a program to use virtual reality to help treat drug addiction.
The United Kingdom’s National Health Service announced this week the launch of both the NHS Digital Apps LIbrary and a Mobile Health space for developers.
Cambridge Cognition and Takeda partner to evaluate the Apple Watch for tracking symptoms of depression and response to treatment.
Evidation Health and Shepherd Hospital to study digital health technology in patients with neurologic disease, starting with multiple sclerosis.
Amerigroup Washington will offer the MyStrength mental health app to help members manage issues like anxiety and depression.
Australian researchers tested a suicide prevention app for young, indigenous Australians with mixed results.
Cedars-Sinai recently announced a new study in the works using virtual reality (VR) for pain management in hospitalized medical and surgical patients.
Medication entry is pretty straightforward. Patients start by typing in a drug name.
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