Fri, February 17th, 2017
NHS Education for Scotland appointed the agency to build the mobile resource
Connect, Liverpool’s award-winning digital agency, has partnered with NHS Education for Scotland (NES) on an innovative resource app for health and social care staff in Scotland.
The mobile app will serve as an educational resource designed to improve staff knowledge surrounding dementia and cognitive rehabilitation. Development will be led by the NES Psychology of Dementia work stream, which sits within the NES Psychology Directorate.
Connect was awarded the project via the Scottish Government’s Application Design and Development Services (ADDS) framework, where they are one of just 20 suppliers.
The bespoke app will guide staff through the different types of dementia whilst breaking down cognitive domains. The resource will provide information on cognitive impairments, and how these may impact on a person’s general level of function, and provide guidance on cognitive rehabilitation strategies.
The app will also include a built-in monitoring system, usage reports and links to other resources.
By developing the resource as a mobile app, it can be used on-the-go by frontline staff working with people with a dementia diagnosis. The app will allow clinicians to access and update important information, thereby safeguarding data and improving accessibility and equity of care.
Work on the app will commence in February 2017, with a launch expected in the spring.
Connect is an award-winning digital agency based in Liverpool. They have been providing best-in-class digital solutions for public and private sector clients since 1994.
Their clients include DVLA, NHS, Ministry of Justice, HM Treasury, Serious Fraud Office, Charity Commission, Competition and Markets Authority, BNY Mellon and Hewlett Packard.
Connect offer a range of cost-effective design, development and data solutions, including responsive design, app development, secure hosting, intranet development and search engine optimisation.
NHS Education for Scotland is a special health board responsible for supporting NHS services in Scotland by developing and delivering education and training for those who work in NHS Scotland.
For more information, contact Beth James on 0151 282 4321, or via email@example.com