MedApps and Black Dog Institute: Promoting Evidence Based Wellbeing Resources

April 7, 2021

Dr Sonia Chanchlani

Dr Sonia Chanchlani is the CMO at MedApps as well as a Clinician, Med Ed leader and Karaoke Master

Working closely since 2019, MedApps is proud to continue working with the Black Dog Institute to promote evidence based wellbeing resources focused on improving clinician health and wellbeing. 

Aimed to create a mentally healthier world for everyone, Black Dog Institute integrates research studies, education programs, digital tools and apps, clinical services, and public resources to discover new solutions, foster connections and create real-world change.

During the pandemic, Med App facilitated the promotion of and recruitment to the Black Dog’s clinician focused SHIFT app research project. More recently we have worked together to identify and promote freely available wellbeing resource articles such as Coping in the Aftermath of Trauma and podcasts including Being Well and Expert Insights.

Available in the Med App Open Access section and able to be broadcast to local organisation’s Med App, have a look at these and more wellbeing resources aimed to help every healthcare professional feel capable, confident and efficient in their work. 

Read more about Black Dog Institute’s research, programs and resources here: blackdoginstitute.org.au/


Med App is an offline-accessible, mobile-first tool. It is ideal for the hospital environment where there is a high need for clinicians to access clinical and hospital guidelines easily, including wellbeing resources. Med App has been designed by clinicians for clinicians, and continues to innovate and improve the experience of frontline health workers and the patients to whom they deliver care. For more information, reach out by connecting with Dr Sonia Chanchlani via email at CMO@med.app, or uncover the possibilities when you book a complimentary Med App demonstration for your hospital.

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