The How Am I Doing? (HAID) platform, created during the last CYP IAPT Hackathon, is ready for testing.
The product, developed from the idea that all young people using mental health services should be in control of their experience and, in particular, of the data they provide, allows young people to access their clinical data via a phone or laptop.
The HAID product lead, Roger Davies, Clinical Psychologist for City & Hackney CAMHS, & the developers at Founders & Coders, have built a working prototype of the product that is ready for testing in services.
This first iteration of HAID has three key features:
- Collection of RCADS outcome data for mood and displays time
- The data is presented in series of graphs and summary tables, making it accessible and engaging
- Permits the sharing of that information with clinicians and others
Benefits for Users
- Clear intelligible feedback
- Access to and control of personal data
- Able to share clear information instantly with clinicians
Benefits for Clinicians
- Easily track progress
- Notice change or its absence
Benefits for Services
- Improved data quantity and quality
Before attempting to use HAID, please read the accompanying user guides. These guides contain the link to the HAID platform and will talk you through setting up an account and the available functionality:
To share feedback from testing and suggestions for further iterations, please email: Hack@annafreud.org