Introducing the NHS Wales HealthHub apps

Introducing the NHS Wales HealthHub apps, a suite of apps for patients to empower them to take control of their respiratory condition. These apps will help you create expert patients in your practice.

In this tutorial, Laura provides an overview of the Healthhub apps, and how we can use them to empower our patients to take control of their respiratory condition through supported self-management. The Healthhub apps work alongside this National Welsh Standards in Asthma, Paediatric Asthma and COPD management, to ensure that patients receive the very best care and support to manage their condition.

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To find out more about where to find the NHS Wales Healthhub apps, click below to the next page.

It is important to note that The Healthhub apps’ do not act as a medical tool. The content in the apps is provided for general information only. Patients are always instructed to contact their Healthcare Professional for tailored clinical advice.

To encourage patients to use the apps, we ask that you promote the apps through patient letters, social media and/or posters and leaflets. In the resource section below, you will find a selection of free templates for you to use to promote the use of these apps.

Where to find the NHS Wales Healthhub Apps?

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Resources

Asthmahub: website

Asthmahub: Email template

Asthmahub: Letter template

Poster: The NHS Wales Respiratory Apps for patients (English and Welsh)

Leaflet: The NHS Wales Respiratory Apps for patients (English and Welsh)

Phone consultation guidance: To promote the Healthhub apps

Facebook cheat sheet: To promote the Healthhub apps

Twitter cheat sheet: To promote the Healthhub apps

LinkedIn cheat sheet: To promote the Healthhub apps

Whatsapp cheat sheet: To promote the Healthhub apps

Instagram cheat sheet: To promote the Healthhub apps

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