AfterTrauma app final test meeting

After several months of development, the AfterTrauma recovery app will soon undergo its final test before going live as a pilot in May.

Thanks to a generous grant from Barts Charity, the Centre for Trauma Sciences (C4TS) are now building an AfterTrauma recovery app (for both iOS and Android), with added interactive e-health features, that will better support and motivate trauma survivors after they leave hospital.

The developer Soda has co-designed the app with a focus group of highly motivated and insightful trauma survivors, carers and clinicians.  Some of the app’s features include a goal setter, recovery tracker, timeline where users can load up personal notes and images about their recovery, and a chat feature to talk to other survivors and carers.

The AfterTrauma app beta version home screen.  The 'flower graph' will enable users to track their recovery in different aspects of their lives.

Early versions of the app have undergone testing with patients in the Royal London Hospital and in the app focus group.  The Beta version of the app will now be available for final testing from Thursday April 5th, when the next focus group meeting is held in London. The test version will be also downloadable via a link.

If you would like to have input into the final design phase of the app, and test the penultimate version, then please contact Nicole

More background about the app is available here.


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