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Specialised mental heath app launched in Northern Ireland

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Nuala Murphy (second left), chief executive of technology company Moment Health, is joined (from left) by Prof Maurice Mulvenna, Dr Raymond Bond and Dr Anne Moorhead of Ulster University

Nuala Murphy (second left), chief executive of technology company Moment Health, is joined (from left) by Prof Maurice Mulvenna, Dr Raymond Bond and Dr Anne Moorhead of Ulster University

Nuala Murphy (second left), chief executive of technology company Moment Health, is joined (from left) by Prof Maurice Mulvenna, Dr Raymond Bond and Dr Anne Moorhead of Ulster University

A new app is aiming to help with the delivery of mental healthcare services in Northern Ireland.

Nuala Murphy, chief executive of Moment Health, said the plan for the app was to deliver a mental healthcare service to parents, partners and trusts that would allow them to connect to each other.

Ulster University is starting a new clinical trial, working with the Moment Health app. It is available on iPhone and Android devices.


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