Dementia screening app wins national award
ACEmobile, a dementia screening app developed by Dr Craig Newman from the University of Plymouth and Dr Rupert Noad and University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust, has won the Using Technology to Improve Efficiency category at the HSJ Awards.
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Dementia screening app shortlisted for two national awards
ACEmobile, a dementia screening app developed by Dr Craig Newman from the University of Plymouth and Dr Rupert Noad and University Hospitals Plymouth NHS Trust, has made the final of two categories at the HSJ Awards.
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