'Diab-eaties' won third prize in NHS Hack 2015 with its games for children with type 1 diabetes... Jamie the Giraffe navigates the Milky Way, learning all about type 1 diabetes along the way.
'Refract' was developed to help trainee optometrists learn how to select the correct lenses for patients. The volunteer patient time the trainees get is limited, so refract helps them to practice outside the clinic. Students refract virtual patients and notch up times. They can compete with each other to be the fastest.
'MARSIPAN'is a national group of clinicians who stand for best practice in the management of patients with eating disorders. The website is more than just a sign-post for professionals and patients. It contains a BMI calculator that draws on national growth chart data also.
'Bone Age' was developed to help paediatric endocrinologists score bone ages from hand x-rays. This is a skill all paediatric endocrinologists have, but they have to resort to plugging their scores into computer-based software or use a book to generate a meaningful result. Bone Age allows them to score an x-ray in minutes in clinic. It is available on the iPhone and on Android.
'ClinicCalculator'is a mobile phone app which calculates ages from a clinic date and a date of birth. It takes into account gestational age of babies born premature, and can report decimal ages also.
'Six Carbons' Designed for all things glucose. It contains a tool to experiment changing rates on insulin pumps, or set up a new pump from scratch using the 'Bill Lams' method. It creates a virtual pump with timeblocks to calculate rates and total doses for the main pumps on the market in the UK. It also has a tool for calculating glucose requirement, taking into account milk feeds as well as glucose infusions - it contains a database of UK baby milks.