My Eczema Tracker app

An app to help you keep track of your own or your child’s eczema.

My Eczema Tracker By University of Nottingham
Features
  • Diary
  • Tracking
  • Graphs and reporting
  • Data exports
  • Translated versions

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Country of origin United Kingdom
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Security and privacy Does the app:
  • collect medical information? Unknown
  • require a login? No
  • have password protection? No
  • have a privacy policy? Yes
  • require internet access? Yes
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Cost Free
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What does the app do?

My Eczema Tracker app is for people who want to find out how their eczema is progressing (or that of a child/dependent), and if their symptoms are improving or declining over time. The app creates a graph based on the symptoms the user reports, so they can track their progress over time.

The app uses 2 scoring scales, the (POEM – Patient Orientated Eczema Measure) which has 7 questions to tract symptoms over time, and Eczema Control (RECAP) which has 7 questions to track eczema control and provide a picture of how eczema is impacting your life.

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PROS CONS 

✔ Progress can be tracked.


✔ Users can find out if changes made have positive impact on eczema.

✘ The app only records one person’s results, so either for yourself, or one child/dependent.

Review details

Date of review: July 2022
Platform reviewed: Apple
Version: 1.1.0

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Credits: Health Navigator Editorial Team. Reviewed By: Angela Lambie, Pharmacist, Te Whatu Ora Last reviewed: 11 Sep 2022