Menopause Health Tracker App

Aims of the IMS

  • Promote knowledge, study and research on all aspects of aging in women.
  • To organize, prepare, hold and participate in international meetings and congresses on menopause and climacteric.
  • Encourage the interchange of research plans and experience between individual members.

Purpose of the IMS App

  • The App has been created to empower women with knowledge and to provide them with information relevant to their health.
  • The App will enable women to assess health risks and prompt them to seek medical assistance, when necessary, to help prevent common health problems.
  • This App provides women with information about risk factors associated with osteoporosis, diabetes, cardiovascular disease, cognitive (memory-related) disorders and for various gynaecological cancers in women.
  • The App is intended to enable women to make informed decisions and to help them work in collaboration with your doctor.

Sources and Methods

  • The App is created based on - Extensive literature review from international resources including but not restricted to that of International Menopause society
  • The resources for each of health areas include publications from the high impact journals and creditable societies for each of the condition.
  • The risk scores created have been validated by the experts in the field based on their experience and published literature and recommendations.

Design & Features of the App

  • The App will be-
    • User friendly
    • Easy to download.
    • Simple physical characteristics which the user can easily measure are added.
    • Medicine Reminder is added.
    • The support centre feature is implemented.
    • Check box for "subscribe to Newsletter" and "unsubscribe to Newsletter" are added.

Areas covered in this app

  • Personal Data
  • Family History
  • Information and education on lifestyle
  • Information and education on health areas associated with
  • menopause-
    • Heart health
    • Bone Health
    • Diabetes
    • Mental health (Cognitive)
    • Cancers of reproductive system and breast .