Vaccine passports could encourage a further 6 million people to be vaccinated

New research from myGP has indicated that – of the 34% of Britons who do not support the idea of vaccine passports – a third of them (32%) would change their minds if their favourite high-street venue was at risk of closing This indicates that a further 6m residents of England would support the use of vaccination and vaccine passports …

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British public support vaccine passports to save their local venues

New research from myGP has indicated that 66% of residents in England would welcome temporary vaccine passports to allow local hard-hit venues and businesses to get up-and-running  Of the 34% that said they disagreed, a third of them (32%) would change their mind if their favourite high-street venue was at risk of closure before social distancing measures could be removed  92% of public-facing businesses would consider inviting vaccinated customers back into their premises as a short-term, but urgent …

Increase in men accessing healthcare during pandemic

A new national men’s health awareness campaign has launched this week by NHS-assured health management app ‘myGP’, to further enourage the rise in male patients being proactive about seeking professional medical advice, thanks to being able to do so via a smartphone. One of the biggest public health campaigns so far in 2021, will reach millions of NHS patients, both …

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SMS reminders for cancer screenings can save lives

Simple SMS reminders will see 780k more patients attending cancer screenings in the next 12 months, new campaign reveals. A new campaign has been launched today by the UK’s largest independent healthcare management app, ‘myGP’, urging NHSX to introduce centralised SMS reminders across all national cancer screening programmes. The proposed solution, if implemented as standard across all GP practices in …

Feline’ Embarrassed?

Bushy, bare, or half-way there? A new national campaign uses cat pictures to encourage women to embrace their  ‘lockdown look’ and attend life-saving cervical screenings Almost 3 in 5 women who rely on professional waxing services admit to putting off attending their cervical screening appointment due to not being ‘perfectly preened’ (57%) Well over half of women who rely on …

‘myGP’ to launch England’s first digital COVID-19 vaccination verification feature for smartphones.

myGP to launch England’s first smartphone-enabled vaccination status feature to assist economic recovery and encourage vaccine uptake 23% of adults said they would be swayed in favour of having the vaccine if it meant that they could attend live events and other activities without strict social distancing measures in place[1] myGP – the UK’s largest independent GP booking and healthcare …

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COVID-19 Vaccine, what’s it like to be on the trial?

Name: Lois Clay Baker Age: 26 Occupation: Final Year Medical Student, St George’s University of London – with the ambition of becoming an NHS GP In summary: Lois is a healthy, active and ongoing participant of the six-month Oxford University Covid-19 Vaccine Trial, and is willing and able to share her experience to date. About Lois’s experience as a Covid-19 …

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myGP: Improving patients access to healthcare with eConsult.

Move comes as myGP experiences a 1451% increase in video consultations, and 266,304 new patients signing up to use the app since the start of the pandemic DATE MONTH 2020 – The UK’s largest independent medical app ‘myGP’ has improved 1.9m NHS patients’ access to primary healthcare before, and during, the pandemic, and is now helping patients to access the …