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New digital aids for self-care of your health and wellbeing now available

In an ever-changing world, especially with the rise of covid, online medical services are becoming quite popular. Social media can be a great way to keep up with your GP surgery, and online consultations are great when you might not be able to leave the house. As technology continues to advance it can be hard to keep up, however.

With so many great digital aids to help with your health and wellbeing, you shouldn’t let this stop you. This book offers a great guide to navigating digital aids and, in particular, focuses on those with COPD, asthma, atrial fibrillation, and hypertension. Our new smart aids to live well book is available here:




Featured author: Paula Stather

Paula has previously worked for 21 years in a GP surgery in Stoke -on- Trent and held a variety of roles, where she gained valuable practical experience within a primary care setting. She has more recently been working as a project co-ordinator for an NHS funded digital reach and digital inclusion project. This programme of work involves promoting digital transformation to empower patients to use technology to aid them in managing their long-term conditions and their self-care.


“Atrial Fibrillation is the most common heart rhythm problem in the world and yet is unknown by the general public until they develop AF. This book provides an insight into the condition and helpful ways to self-manage it with the backup of digital technology. AF and the symptoms can usually be well managed with the correct information to minimise symptoms and potential harm. We feel this book provides that and signposts where extra validated help can be found as required.”

Kevin Mcgibbon, AF specialist nurse / featured author

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