The Baby Moves App, developed by our CRE Chief Investigator Alicia Spittle, is an example of innovation, creative thinking and collaboration
Create Digital is a platform that uses their channels to tell the stories behind the latest trends, innovations and people shaping the world around us. It is of little surprise then that they wanted to feature an article on The Baby Moves App, a simple tool that is having enormous impact. Developed by Associate Professor Alicia Spittle, a CRE of Newborn Medicine Chief Investigator, the app allows parents to film their infants and transmit the recordings securely to specialists to screen for cerebral palsy. Create spoke to Alicia and the digital health product developer, George Charalambous, about their collaboration that brought this creative and innovative idea to life.
You can read the article here: https://www.createdigital.org.au/screening-cerebral-palsy-via-app-creates-more-opportunities-remote-healthcare/