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Say No to Drug

The conceptualization of this application is by :

The conceptualization of this application is by :

Say No to Drug

by Melvyn Zhang Weibin
Say No to Drug
Say No to Drug
Say No to Drug

What is it about?

The conceptualization of this application is by :

Say No to Drug

App Details

Version
2.0.1
Rating
NA
Size
11Mb
Genre
Health & Fitness Medical
Last updated
April 18, 2017
Release date
December 9, 2015
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App Store Description

The conceptualization of this application is by :
(C) 2015 Melvyn WB Zhang and Roger CM Ho
In collaboration with Professor Bernard Tan, National University of Singapore.

The aim of this smartphone application is to provide university students with more information about the common drugs of abuse.

The application features:
1. Information About Common drugs of abuse in Singapore
2. Videos about drugs of abuse and experiences
3. FAQs to address common myths about drug usage
4. Mood tracker and a journal function for students to log down their mood and triggers for them to use drugs
5. Map Functionality - We have programmed in several major hospitals worldwide.
When students are within 20 kilometers of the hospital, they will receive a notification telling them where help is available
We have included hospitals in Asia, Europe, and North America for now.
The map feature has direct access to contacts, so that they could call or message for help in crisis

6. About us Page
7. App Feedback Questionnaire
8 .Drug usage Questionnaire

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