•Search for donation clinics near you
•Use your current location to map local clinics, and view their services and amenities
•View available time slots
•Book, view or cancel a donation appointment
•Add appointments and reminders to your calendar
•Easily sign-up or sign-in to access your account information
•View and modify your personal details
•View your donation history
GiveBlood is available in English and French. The displayed version corresponds to the language that you have selected in your device settings.
Getting health advice really couldn’t be easier! Simply work through one of our clinically tested health assessment tools by selecting your symptoms and answering some short questions about how you’re feeling.
Once you’ve finished, we’ll instantly give you advice on the best course of action and, if you can look after yourself at home, we’ll tell you how.
+ Health assessment on the move
+ A comprehensive range of symptom checkers
+ Personalised guides to looking after yourself
+ Option to save advice to your device
How to use the NHS Health and Symptom checker app
Checking your symptoms
Scroll through the list of symptom checkers, pick the one that best matches your symptoms and answer the questions.
After working through our symptom checker, we’ll give you advice on what to do next, whether that means seeing your GP, going to a walk-in centre or looking after yourself at home.
Looking after yourself
If you can treat your symptoms yourself, we’ll provide you with a step-by-step self help guide on what you can do to make yourself better. You can save this information to your device so you can access it at any time.
Note: This app is provided for people living in England only. For health advice and information for people living in other parts of the UK, please visit NHS Northern Ireland (http://www.hscni.net/), NHS 24 Scotland (http://www.nhs24.com/) or NHS Direct Wales (http://www.nhsdirect.wales.nhs.uk/) as appropriate.
The app uses GPS technology to signpost patients to nearby services displaying the information on an interactive map. NHS services include:
· Minor Injury Units
· Walk-in Centers
· GP Practices
The app also includes notes and a reminder function to save any important information you wish to keep and reminds you of upcoming appointments.
• Convenient, easy appointment scheduling and rescheduling
• Receive appointment reminders
• View donation history to see how many lives you’ve helped save
• Get geo-targeted blood shortage alerts let you know if your blood type is needed in your area
• Take a selfie of your heroic donation and share with friends and family using one of a variety of filters
• Claim rewards from participating retailers for your donation efforts
• Track your blood via Blood Journey and get notified when your blood has reached a hospital (when available)
• Join or create a lifesaving team based around your favorite organization (school, business, sports team, etc.) or create your own, recruit others and view rankings on a national scoreboard
• Earn unique badges to proudly share your achievements via social media, text, or email whether you’re a first-timer or a gallon donor
• If your donation history doesn't appear or for account sign up/login help - call 855 210 1278
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The multi-disciplinary guideline development group consisted of general practitioners, hospital consultant medical microbiologists, a consultant in HIV / genito-urinary medicine, specialist hospital microbiology / infectious diseases pharmacists, primary care trust and ambulance trust pharmacists and a senior podiatrist across Southampton, Hampshire, Isle of Wight and Portsmouth.
The guidelines are based largely on the Management of Infection Guidance for Primary Care, published jointly by the Health Protection Agency and the British Infection Association and the guideline development group gratefully acknowledges the work of Dr Cliodna McNulty and her colleagues in the HPA and BIA.
Recommendations for when antimicrobial treatment is indicated, based upon cited national or international evidence-based guidelines, have been expanded from the HPA/BIA Guidance, along with recommendations and practical advice for taking specimens for microbiological investigations and interpreting culture and sensitivity laboratory reports. Clinically relevant information on cautions and warnings associated with antimicrobial treatment have also been expanded from the HPA/BIA Guidance including information about risk of Clostridium difficile infection. All statements are fully referenced.
The NICE BNF app is currently only available to NHS staff in England, Scotland and Wales.
Aimed at pharmacists, doctors, nurses, social care professionals and other healthcare professionals who prescribe and administer medicines, the app provides easy offline access to-up-to-date practical information on prescribing, dispensing and administrating medicines.
To use the NICE BNF app for the first time and to activate any content updates, you will need to enter your NHS Athens user name and password.
Users in England can register for an NHS Athens account by selecting the Journal and Database section on NHS Evidence.
Users in Scotland can register for an NHS Athens account by visiting The Knowledge Network website and selecting the login option at the top of the homepage.
Users in Wales register for an NHS Athens account by visiting the NHS Wales e-Library for health website and selecting the Athens option on the homepage.
Social care staff who meet the NHS Athens eligibility criteria can also download and access the content.
• Browse and search offline up-to-date content from the British National Formulary (BNF)
• Optimised for Android phones and tablets
• Auto-complete search with filters for chapters, monographs, interactions and preparations
• Update notifications when new editions or updates are available
• Content bookmarking
• Accessible reading features
Squeezy has been reviewed and approved by the NHS Choices health apps library team for its clinical safety, and was a runner up in the finals of the Advancing Healthcare Awards 2014.
• Customisable exercise plan
• “Professional mode” to help physiotherapists set detailed exercise plans for patients
• Visual, and audio guides for exercises
• Information and tips written by professional Women’s Health physiotherapists
• Track and monitor your progress
• Write a short note after a completed exercise
• Simple and clear interface
Aimed at HR directors and managers, this app is a quick and easy way of accessing key information and resources on human resources issues in the NHS. Whether you're implementing workforce change, grappling with policy issues, or looking out for relevant events and publications this app will give you all the information you need.
Functionality of the IBTS App:
* Blood supply levels are scraped from the giveblood.ie website in real time
* Donor can search for a clinic by date and/or location
* Donor can search for a clinic by location using GPS for their current location
* Donor can locate the Blood Donor line or call their local clinic to book an appointment
Want to see beautiful, interactive images for every week of your pregnancy? Join more than 4 million users who already use this Pregnancy App to follow their pregnancy.
Our Pregnancy+ App can also be personalized for dads, grandparents and other family members.
Many happy parents and healthcare providers find this App easy to use and very informative.
Everything you need in one Pregnancy App!
- DAILY pregnancy info
- Color and scan images
- Personal diary
- Personal weight log
- Log doctor appointments
- Diet, exercise and labor info
- Kick counter
- Contraction timer
- Baby shopping list
- 1000s Baby names
- Baby size guide
- Pregnancy week by week info
- And much more …
Pregnancy+ is recommended by healthcare providers and pediatricians. This Pregnancy App was created by Health & Parenting together with leading healthcare professionals.
The team of Health & Parenting wish you a healthy, full-term pregnancy and a safe delivery.
Covering common mental health issues like abuse, alcohol, anxiety, bereavement, anger, depression, domestic violence, eating disorders, health anxiety, hearing voices, panic to anger, domestic violence, obsessions and compulsions, panic, post traumatic stress, postnatal depression, self harm, shyness and social anxiety, sleeping problems and stress. Our guides contain useful tips and hints as well as self-help techniques.
Each guide has an introductory video as well as a choice of male and female recorded audio versions available to stream. Guides can also be downloaded free of charge for offline reading. A PDF viewer is required to read the guides.
Die Blutspende-App ist der mobile Service und Begleiter für alle Blutspenderinnen und Blutspender in Deutschland.
Dies beinhaltet die Blutspende-App:
- Terminsuche für Blutspendetermine in Deutschland durch PLZ-, Ortseingabe oder GPS-Suche
inkl. Erinnerungsfunktion via E-Mail oder SMS
- Kalendereintrag von ausgewählten Blutspendeterminen
- Dauerhafte Terminerinnerung an gewünschte Terminorte
- Spende-Check zur Überprüfung der Spendetauglichkeit
- Info-Videos zur Blutspende
Eine wesentliche Innovation ist die Personalisierung der App.
Blutspender können nun die App mit ihren persönlichen Daten individualisieren und einrichten, um folgende Services zu nutzen:
Persönliche Terminerinnerungen via E-Mail oder SMS,
Verwaltung der persönlichen Spenderdaten,
Eintragung der erfolgten Blutspenden und Gesundheitswerte,
Postings von Nachrichten und Fotos über die App
und um mit anderen Spendern zu kommunizieren.
Bei Rückfragen ist auch hier die Hotline nur einen Klick entfernt und beantwortet Fragen gerne telefonisch.
This app should prove invaluable to all general practitioners, physicians, junior doctors, nurses, pharmacists, other medical staff and healthcare professionals working within primary care. It contains up-to-date antibiotic, antiviral, antifungal and other antimicrobial management guidelines for the infections commonly encountered in adults and children.
GP Antibiotics includes guidance for central nervous system, dental, genital tract, gastro-intestinal, HIV, immunocompromised, lower respiratory tract, skin/ soft tissue, tropical, upper respiratory tract and urinary tract infections in adults and children. Doses, frequencies, durations of treatment, first-line, second-line and penicillin allergic options are included.
Our aim is to improve the provision of healthcare. Our app collects anonymous usage data to help us improve the guidelines and the app. We are also interested on the global usage of antibiotics and the relationship with antibiotic resistance. If you do not want the app to collect anonymous usage data, this can be easily disabled within the app's preferences.
GP Antibiotics is an official collaboration between:
- Dr Andrew Seaton, infectious diseases consultant at the NHS Glasgow Brownlee Centre for Infectious and Communicable Diseases and the NHS Greater Glasgow & Clyde prescribing team
- Dr Samuel Leighton, a foundation junior doctor with an interest in app development, and Mr Michael Park, professional software developer both at the independent Scottish medical app developers Polwarth Medical Ltd.
Learn the formulae to calculate and administer drugs for adults, practise your skills and see how well you’re doing with this 40 minute app.
Learn how to:
• use a formula to calculate the number of millilitres for infusions and boluses of drugs
• calculate millilitres per hour and drops per minute when running volumes of solutions
• use the metric system and a variety of concentrations
• demonstrate using a variety of expressed concentrations in calculations.
This app is designed for nurses and midwives who are newly qualified, returning to practice, adapting to practice in the UK and any other nurse or midwife who wants to update their practice in accordance with their personal/professional development plan.
PLEASE NOTE: you will need approximately 17 Mb for the App and and 11Mb for Adobe Air to be installed in your device in order to use the Flash animations and video content in this App. You will automatically be prompted to install Adobe Air if not already on your device.
It is the first ever app to contain public health guidance, including topics such as smoking cessation, promoting physical activity, behaviour change and preventing diabetes. It contains all of NICE’s clinical guidelines, including those on COPD, hypertension, stroke, chronic heart failure, atrial fibrillation, head injury, depression, ovarian cancer, UTI in children, anxiety and autism. It also contains all NICE’s technology appraisals, interventional procedures guidance, medical technology and diagnostics guidance.
* Search, browse and explore all of NICE’s current guidance
* Bookmark sections for easy access
* Email sections to yourself or colleagues
NICE provides authoritative, evidence-based guidance on the most effective way to diagnose, treat and prevent disease and ill health. Our guidance is for the UK National Health Service (NHS), local authorities, charities, and anyone with a responsibility for commissioning or providing healthcare. NICE is government-funded through the UK’s Department of Health.
The NICE Guidance app covers:
Conditions and diseases
* Blood and immune system
* Central nervous system
* Digestive system
* Ear and nose
* Endocrine, nutritional and metabolic
* Gynaecology, pregnancy and birth
* Infectious diseases
* Injuries, accidents and wounds
* Mental health and behavioural conditions
* Mouth and dental
* Accidents and injuries
* Behaviour change
* Cardiovascular disease
* Child health
* Child social care
* Chronic illness
* Environmental health
* Infectious diseases
* Maternal health
* Mental health
* Non-communicable diseases
* Obesity and diet
* Occupational health
* Older people
* Physical activity
* Sexual health
* Smoking and tobacco
* Vaccine preventable diseases
* Working with and involving communities
NOTE: This app is primarily aimed at healthcare and other professionals. For information on resources available from NICE for patients and the public, visit our website at http://www.nice.org.uk/getinvolved/patientsandpublic
Basically our idea is if a smart phone and internet can help us to share various photographs, videos and text immediately to our well wishers, friends, family members, then why can not we share Blood through this.
Yes you have read it right. We are planning to share blood to needy people. Basic idea behind this application is whenever we require a blood in any case of emergency within span of minutes you should be able to reach to multiple users mentioning that you in urgent need of blood.
We simply say Blood 4 India, contact us whenever required. With this simple mobile application with innovative idea, you can get in contact of multiple people at a same time when ever you are in need of Blood. There are people who are ready to help in case of emergency.