Here’s the App we made for the Clinical Trial App submission contest…

UPDATE: The App’s address is changed…

bwell.mobi/grove is the better address!!!

groved New LOOK!

So someone sent us something about an APP competition to keep patients engaged in Clinical Trials…
I thought it might be fun to try to do something…
I had my 2 medical arts books already…Maybe I could make an APP using them?
So this is what I did…

You get both books for free in mobile versions, a Videotalk explaining the basic medical idea, & a link to the Paperbacks on Amazon if you like paper…
I think a good book is one of the best ways to keep people in waiting rooms from getting ridiculously bored…It’s an oldie but a goodie!

Here is the LINK to the APP…You can view it on your DESKTOP too…(choose the HTML5 button to do that)…Just type in this address on your mobile device to get the APP on your Mobile device!http://bhealthy.mobi/grovebodypartchart

app grove body part chart

InfiniteMonkeys is who I used to make the App…Here’s a link to their APP store…http://appstore.monk.ee/index.php

http://youtu.be/a5EqwC2xTf0 Here’s a video screencast of how the App works…

Here’s the description from our Clinical trial app submission process:

This app includes mobile versions of my 2 books, Grove Body Part Chart:A Medical Arts Innovation, &, Do it Yourself Medicine:A Repair Manual…You also get a video talk about the new ideas in the books, which are designed to make medicine simpler & more approachable for a Do it Yourselfer type of person…I can’t think of anything more useful to a patient in a clinical trial than a good book…Especially one that demystifies the whole process!

ABOUT:

Read Grove Body Part Chart:A Medical Arts Innovation, & Do it Yourself Medicine:A Repair Manual FREE!
Two Canadian artists have re-defined the Medical Arts by creating a chart that tells you what your imbalance is, what its antidote is, & where to find that element in the real world…The body is broken down into 11 organs & each organ is shown to have 2 elements that must live in balance for health…Finally understand your own health! Simple yet powerful information!
The first book explains the basics, & goes through many common ailments, their specific imbalance, & things in the real world that contain the element you need to rebalance your body…The second book gets into some more complicated problems, using the Grove Body Part Chart as well…
Once you get the idea, you will be using these ideas to analyze things you have been told by doctors & remedies you have been given…For example, Cancer is a Calcium excess in the Adrenal Gland & its opposite element is Iodine…

The VideoTalk explains the core of the CHART…Once you “get” the idea you will be curing diseases all over the place!

There is a link to Paperback versions of the books, if you are going to be somewhere where internet access is limited…

But why buy the books when you can read them for free online? (Save some trees too!)…

Reading a book is one of the best & easiest things to do while waiting in a waiting room for your appointment…Why not read a book that makes medicine a no-brainer? With all the complexity of medicine & pharmacology today, it is no wonder people get discouraged…Self-efficacy is an excellent prognosticator for health…Giving this app to clinical trial patients not only engages their mind & cures boredom, but it gives a real way to look at the body & how balance is key to health…Real world examples are given as hints to where you can correct your own imbalances…But the main idea is to give back power to the patient…Do it Yourself Medicine is the future & the future is NOW! Sari Grove(author)

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