App that helps young people from 13 to 25 to track and manage their arthritis symptoms.
Video quotes from young people using the app:
“The app was co-designed by young people like us with arthritis to track how they are feeling over time.”
“And it helps make your hospital appointments a lot easier.”
“When I go to the doctor it comes in very handy because I can just show them the app. See how many OK days, days with pain, how many bad days, energy levels and mental health as well.”
“The app’s very easy to navigate. You rate the categories by using smiley faces rather than type or choosing a longer answer.”
“If I have any questions I can go to the info and tips section.”Young people using the app in a video by the UK patient group which developed it, Versus Arthritis | https://bit.ly/2ZfPeuT
Contains information on detecting, treating and managing arthritis.
“ArthritisPower puts your health information in your hands! Track your symptoms, treatments and other health data from your computer or smartphone.
"All young people with rheumatoid arthritis are now getting the tool we have longed for - a digital tool that can register the variations in the RA between visits at the rheumatologist. It is very important for young people with RA to have an overview and take control of the symptoms, and in combination with the buddy-feature, the app has a huge potential of becoming enormous beneficial not only for the individual patient but also contributing to a much better program of treatment. We are very proud of this project."James Rickmann | FNUG
App and website for people with rheumatoid arthritis to identify how day-to-day activities affect their condition.
“Track what you do and how you feel on a daily basis – even when you’re on the go! The newly relaunched Track + React app can be used as a web tool on arthritis.org as well as on your smartphone via the app.
Track + React features a completely revamped free mobile app available for download for iPhone and Android devices that allows you to track key daily activities related to your rheumatoid arthritis (RA) wherever you are…
…Tracking certain activities throughout the day can be helpful for identifying health trends that may impact the severity of your rheumatoid arthritis.
This easy-to-use tool will reveal which daily activities are having an impact on you and your RA disease activity. You may discover that when you take a walk, you don’t feel as stiff the next day or when you are less stressed your mood is much happier.
You can track what you do and how you feel on a daily basis within six key categories:
The tool will calculate the information you provide and produce a graph so you can see overtime how your daily activities play into your health and arthritis impact.
There may be a connection between what you do and how you feel. You can also print your Arthritis Impact graph and share the results with your doctor, which may help get more out of your appointments.”Blog from the Arthritis Foundation, the non-profit organisation which develop the app and online tool. | http://bit.ly/2M17UcH
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