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clinical team

React2 Clinical Team

React2 Clinical Content Development Team Leaders. From left to right:

Debbie Adams, NHS Borders Adult SLT; Tricia Mitchell, Clinical Director React2 Ltd; and Louise Runciman NHS Borders Paediatric SLT.

 

 

Clinically tested and designed...

 

 

React2 works closely with clinicians to develop the content and structure of the products. These are the clinically tested and designed and proven to work in clinical practice. The development team is led by clinical director Tricia Mitchell.

 

Tricia Mitchell had the original idea for 'React' and worked with propeller.net to develop the product. In conjunction with her colleagues, she also wrote the content for all versions. Tricia was with NHS Borders for 39 years, working predominantly with adults and specialising in aphasia, before becoming Manager of NHS Borders' SLT service. Since retiring from the NHS in 2011, she has been working as a clinical consultant with Propeller. Tricia is now clinical director of React2 Ltd.

 

Louise Runciman led the paediatric content development of React2. Debbie Adams led the adult content development. Both Louise and Debbie are still working as SLTs for NHS Borders.

 

React2 has close collaborative ties with Queen Margaret University and currently is developing new Apps planned for release in 2014.

 

React2 is also collaborating with The University of Edinburgh on an fMRI PhD project led by Anna Jones SLT. Results from this study on the effects of software therapy on brain activity is due in 2014.