Plymouth researchers contribute to epilepsy app
Plymouth University news: A new app designed to help those with epilepsy assess the risk of an attack between visits to the doctor, has been developed by a team from Plymouth University, SUDEP Action and the NHS in Cornwall
Childbearing women with epilepsy engaging with digital health technology
University of Plymouth Centre for Health Technology project: childbearing women with epilepsy generate their own health data through digital technologies.
Core Outcomes for Refractory childhood Epilepsy treated with Ketogenic Diet Therapy
University of Plymouth CORE-KDT: Core Outcomes for Refractory childhood Epilepsy treated with Ketogenic Diet Therapy. CORE-KDT is a study aiming to identify the most important outcomes to measure for children with epilepsy treated with ketogenic diet.
South West epilepsy support technology part of national commissioning toolkit
Plymouth University news: An app designed to help those with epilepsy to manage their condition, which was developed in the South West, is now part of a toolkit to be used by the NHS nationwide
Epilepsy monitoring app leads the way for NHS70
EpSMon, an app developed by a team of partners, including Dr Craig Newman from the University of Plymouth that helps people with epilepsy manage their condition, has been chosen by the NHS to celebrate digital innovation within healthcare.
Epilepsy self-monitoring app EpSMon now available free in the UK
Plymouth University news: EpSMon, the epilepsy self-monitoring app developed by Plymouth University in association with the NHS in Cornwall and charity SUDEP Action is now available to download for free in the UK
Self-monitoring app fills gap left by cuts to NHS epilepsy monitoring
Plymouth University news: Routine epilepsy monitoring has been cut from the NHS, but an app developed by Plymouth University, the NHS in Cornwall and charity SUDEP Action will help those with epilepsy to self-monitor their condition