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The challenge

How could we use the unique relationship between a clinician and their patient to motivate behaviour change?

Working in collaboration with Brunel University, we wanted to create a platform that could help dietitians achieve greater impact by maintaining contact with clients outside of consultations.

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Our approach

Our myPace app creates a collaborative space for dietitians (or other health workers) to stay in touch with clients, so support isn’t limited to face-to-face appointments.

Clients receive daily reminders of the steps they have agreed to take, and can track their progress, share issues and ask for additional support. Dietitians can print off reports to discuss during consultations.

And our agile and lean approach to development meant costs and resources were kept in check.

White October adopted an ordered and effective approach to truly understand our requirements. They listened to feedback and made adjustments, and were extremely professional.

Professor Julie Barnett

Health Research, Brunel University

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Whether you want to create a new digital product or make an existing one even better, we'd love to talk it through.

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