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In the news: NICE EVA recommends CareLoop

CareLoop NICE EVA Recommendation

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25 March 2024 Following a public consultation, the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) has today published its final recommendation for digital health technologies to help manage symptoms of psychosis and prevent relapse in adults and young people.  The recommendation includes the use of CareLoop for monitoring symptoms of psychosis to prevent relapse. CareLoop NICE EVA Recommendation

CareLoop Health named as digital partner in £10m Mental Health Research Programme

Manchester gets leading role in govt’s £10M mental health research investment Research with the potential to change the lives of millions of people around the world living with mental health conditions has received a boost with the announcement of £42.7m of government funding, with The University of Manchester and partners receiving over £10m from the CareLoop Health named as digital partner in £10m Mental Health Research Programme

The University of Manchester Innovation Factory launches CareLoop Health video

As part of a programme of support the University of Manchester Innovation Factory has created an introductory video to introduce CareLoop Health to investors and interested parties. The video is hosted on the Innovation Factory website along with a company overview and is part of the University’s commitment to its spin-out companies. https://www.uominnovationfactory.com/projects/careloop/

In the News – Zoë Blake, CEO of CareLoop Health speaks to Global University Venturing

This month, our CEO is featured in Global University Venturing (GUV) – where tech transfer, academic and investment experts meet to explore the latest ideas and technologies driving innovation forward. Read the full article here

National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) funds next stage research into perinatal mental health App

The National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) has awarded the research team at Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust and the University of Manchester £250,000 to fund continued research of the Digital Assessment of Wellbeing in New Parents (DAWN-P), offered commerically by CareLoop Health.  The research team is headed by Dr Emily Eisner and National Institute for Health Research (NIHR) funds next stage research into perinatal mental health App

Major New Trial launches with CareLoop for Psychosis

£12.5 MILLION ‘CONNECT’ RESERACH PROGRAMME FUNDED BY THE WELLCOME TRUST AND LEAD BY THE UNIVERSITY OF MANCHESTER Over a thousand people who experience psychosis are to participate in a study using the CareLoop Psychosis app with the aim of accurately predicting relapse.  Developed at The University of Manchester by the founders of CareLoop Health Ltd, Major New Trial launches with CareLoop for Psychosis

Latest research using CareLoop Health technology demonstrates potential of blended approach to care in schizophrenia

The EMPOWER study published in The Lancet Psychiatry, June 2022, uses the CareLoop Health app and platform blended with clinical triage and peer support, to detect and prevent relapse in schizophrenia and was conducted by a research team from University of Glasgow, lead by Professor Andrew Gumley PhD. The research was conducted over a 12 Latest research using CareLoop Health technology demonstrates potential of blended approach to care in schizophrenia

Is Everyone Dropping out of Health Apps? Sustaining End User Engagement in Digital Mental Health

Poor user engagement with digital health apps is a widely reported and well-recognised problem [1].  We know that many people use health apps for a very short time and then disengage [2].  But there are tried and tested best practices around driving user engagement. Dr Pauline Whelan is Digital Health Technical Lead at University of Is Everyone Dropping out of Health Apps? Sustaining End User Engagement in Digital Mental Health

Is This Health App Any Good?

There are no shortage of evaluation frameworks and review processes for digital mental health apps.  In the UK, the digital health landscape often seems unwieldy and difficult to navigate.  How do we know if a health app is really any good?  In terms of evaluation, we have the NICE Evidence Standards Framework for Digital Health Is This Health App Any Good?