We have now closed the Maps and Apps project to new entries. We received almost 500 entries, as well as thousands of votes and comments. We would like to thank all those who contributed.
We want to keep the Maps and Apps conversation going, so you can still read and review all the entries and you can share your thoughts and comments on the blog.
We’ll be showcasing the most popular ideas, as well as those selected by our panel of judges.
Check back here soon to read about their favourites.
Outline: A website that integrates with Facebook and encourages people to commit to wellbeing-related activities. Status: Currently available. Feedback score: 18 Rank: #63 Website: http://www.icandooit.com
Young people have lots of concerns when it comes to accessing sexual health services: will I be judged? Will they tell my parents? What examinations/tests will I need to have? Where do I need to go? A partnership project between … – Helping young people access sexual health services
Outline: An app which empowers users to take more control over their health and allow them to rate the quality of care they receive. Status: Currently available. Feedback score: 52 Rank: #21 Website: http://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/wellnote/id402695058?mt=8
Outline: An award-winning healthcare app which enables doctors and nurses to record clinical data on smartphones at the bedside. Status: Currently available. Feedback score: 47 Rank: #24 Website: http://www.vitalpac.co.uk
Outline: A mobile app with which users can manage their attack history, migraine triggers, locations and medications. Status: Currently available. Feedback score: 0 Rank: #843 Website: https://market.android.com (search for My Migraine Log)