Empowering behavioural change in the delivery of health and social care

Well@ is an evidence-based machine-learning platform. It empowers human behaviour change in occupational and maternal health and supports healthcare practitioners in remote and hazardous locations.

Well@ is flexible and can be used to co-create new smart apps in any digital health intervention that aims to change users’ behaviours and create personalised pathways to better health and mental well-being.

Clients can also select a Well@ template to kick-start and customise their journey, for example:

Increasing workplace productivity


Well@Work is a smart-app template designed to help employees lead healthier lifestyles. It can also be configured to support people who have experienced high stress and anxiety levels due to the COVID-19 pandemic.


It offers users academically validated personalised pathways and a rewards platform to motivate them to keep returning to the smart app.


The content is presented in an intuitive and engaging format (animations and audio). Organisations can deploy the smart app with their people to enable them to proactively manage and take action to improve their health and well-being.


The templates can be provided as a standalone smart app where data is stored on a user’s mobile device or an organisational smart app where data from multiple users can be aggregated on a secure server and interpret data to be viewed on an organisation dashboard.

Supporting maternal health at remote locations


Globally some 300,000 women die each year from preventable complications in their pregnancies. Similarly, 2.75 million children under the age of five die each year from conditions that could be prevented (WHO, 2018).


Well@Birth is an interactive eBook on the topic of pre-eclampsia. Developed in collaboration with NHS Highland and NHS Education Scotland, it uses a rich mix of video and multi-choice quizzes to support practitioners’ practice. Other modules are currently being developed. The tool has been piloted with multi-disciplinary healthcare teams in the Scottish Highlands and tested with focus groups of Community Health Workers in East Africa.


Supporting practitioners wherever they are.


Well@Practice is a digital health toolkit that requires no connection to the internet. It is designed to support multi-disciplinary teams to deliver preventative and primary healthcare at any location.


The toolkit is a tablet or smartphone pre-loaded with suites of apps covering acute conditions including mental health. It can be custom-built and include both our own and third-party tools


It assists in the early assessment, triage, and management of life-threatening conditions such as pre-eclampsia or sepsis


It supports practitioners in their discussions with patients on mental health


It uses NHS-approved content to provide Continuous Professional Development (CPD) modules for practitioners

Caring for Carers



A recent survey in 2021 by the GMB, a UK trade union representing care home workers, found 75% of 1,200 respondents saying that the COVID-19 pandemic has had a serious negative impact on their mental health. The care home workers sum it up as having experienced burnout.


A UK House of Commons Health and Social Care Committee suggests that new and innovative interventions are required to support and rebuild the resilience of burnt- out front line health and social care workers.


Well@Caring is being co-created with care home workers to help as part of a post-graduate study at the University of Aberdeen.



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