Health on your mobile
At Vall d'Hebron Barcelona Hospital Campus, we encourage using mobile technology to improve public health. This collection of applications, made by the hospital or by others, will help you with your experience at the Campus, as well as with other issues related to health and research. Bringing health to your mobile.
Application for professionals working on the Vall d'Hebron Campus that brings together the research and teaching excellence of the institutions that are part of the hospital. It is a useful tool for internal communication that streamlines and brings together all the activities, news and latest developments.Appstore playstore
This is a gamified app linked to the Imatgina project, to humanise paediatric radiology. Designed for patients between 6 and 12 years old, it explains to them what the tests they undergo are for so they are not so scared. Developed with the collaboration of the Phillips Foundation and the CurArte Foundation.Appstore playstore
The first application in Spain to use gamification to monitor and encourage patients with chronic respiratory distress to follow their treatment plan. It offers a daily challenge to improve the status of their avatar and achieve points with a weekly goal. Developed with Chiesi.Appstore playstore
A new application aimed at patients who have suffered a stroke and who have returned home. This application helps patients receive personalised, continuous supervision in following the medical guidelines while monitoring vascular risk factors.playstore
For students and professors of official degree programmes at VHIR. With this app, they can communicate with their classmates and teachers, thanks to an instant messaging system. They can send messages to subjects, and see the messages that others have posted and comment on them. If you’re a teacher, you can also send mass messages to all subjects.Appstore playstore
Application for healthcare professionals. Teleictus allows assessment of patients with suspected stroke from an ambulance by a hospital vascular neurologist. Videoconferencing can be done, along with advice on the most suitable hospital for the patient.
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Aimed at both professionals and patients. It allows the user to register and send their data automatically to the 061 emergency number in case of emergency. It also has health tips, the location of the nearest centres as well as offering health-related notifications. The app is public and free.Appstore playstore
The user can follow the current vaccinations calendar in Catalonia, get information about vaccinations and the illnesses they prevent, and register theirs and their children’s vaccinations. It is particularly useful in infancy, when children receive most of their vaccinations. iVacunes is a free public app aimed at the public and healthcare professionals.Appstore playstore
Application designed by professionals at the Vall d’Hebron Stroke Unit in collaboration with the Vodafone Foundation. It allows users to share videos and programme rehabilitation and occupational therapy sessions with patients who have suffered a stroke.playstore