Digital interventions sought to help people reduce their risk of Type 2 Diabetes

Posted on 2 March 2017 (Permalink)

Our Mobile Health is working with NHS England and the Diabetes Prevention Programme to identify and assess a number of digital behaviour change interventions aimed at helping people reduce their risk of onset of Type 2 Diabetes. This is with a view to choosing four or five of these which might be suitable for deployment to around 5000 people across England, diagnosed as pre-diabetic. The aim is to build up the evidence base for digital behaviour change interventions in this area. 

They would like to invite organisations with suitable digital behaviour change interventions to submit their solution for inclusion. They are initially looking for digital behaviour change interventions which are ready to be deployed within three months which are suitable or have been localised for the UK market, and which aren’t dependent on any further integration with the UK health system for deployment. 

Shortlisted digital behaviour change interventions will be invited to participate in our assessment process and the final selection will be made based on the results of this assessment.  

Submissions can be made directly online, or you can read more about the programme on the NHS website.‚Äč

The deadline for application is midday on Wednesday 15 March. For more information, contact Jude Bliss on
or 07703 112929.