Following positive feedback from both GPs and patients, Swindon Primary Care Trust (PCT) has renewed for a further two years its licence for the Beating the Blues.
One of the UK's largest Primary Care Trust has renewed its licence for the Ultrasis Relief Series for a further three years.
Ultrasis is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr Nigel Brabbins as Chief Executive Officer and a member of the Board with effect from 3rd October 2005.
Ultrasis have today signed a mutual distribution agreement with HealthMedia Inc, a US based technology and health management company.
Speech by Lord Layard which has influenced the government to adopt CBT as a key requirement of getting people back to work given at the Sainsbury Centre for Mental Health.
Chorley and South Ribble Primary Care Trust has today confirmed an order for a new generation of multimedia health care programs, developed by interactive health care specialists Ultrasis.
The National Institute for Clinical Excellence has concluded that Beating the Blues is the only Computerised Cognitive Behaviour Therapy program to be recommended for the treatment of mild to moderate depression within the NHS.
Ultrasis have agreed a groundbreaking partnership with Halton Primary Care Trust which will see patients receiving computer based products to treat a wide range of conditions.
An article in the Daily Mail on Aug 9th focusing on the rise in Ultrasis share price and NICE recommendations.
Ultrasis have entered the Canadian market for the first time following an agreement with Family Services Employee Assistance Programs (FSEAP) in Toronto.
TV and radio programmes focusing on the benefits that could be gained by patients and the NHS by using Beating the Blues in the light of the NICE recommendations.
News item in The Times about Beating the Blues, NICE, and the NHS.
Beating the Blues has been singled out in an authoritative Appraisal Consultation Document as the only evidence-based Computerised Cognitive Behaviour Therapy option for the treatment of mild and moderate depression.
A trial providing a non-drug alternative treatment for patients with depression in the United States could yield significant opportunities for Ultrasis.
Ultrasis is moving to the Alternative Investment Market from May 23rd in a move designed to create an even better platform for growth.
A report by Mind, the mental health charity, says that one in two workers claim to suffer stress and anxiety while working.
As part of a new initiative to promote mental health well being throughout the region, Ashton, Leigh and Wigan PCT will make a series of multimedia programs, provided by Ultrasis, available via the internet.
Ultrasis have appointed a new UK Director of Sales in order to harvest increasing market potential.
National charity, Mental Health Matters, and interactive healthcare specialists, Ultrasis approached the Rover Task Group to offer their services free of charge.
Beating the Blues has been recommended for use as a proven, cost effective option for treatment of mild and moderate depression by the National Institute for Clinical Excellence.
Every one of Birmingham City Council's 55,000 employees will be having access to the latest stress management tool from interactive healthcare specialist Ultrasis.
Ultrasis launched a new free on-line demonstration on Tuesday 22nd March for employers looking for an efficient and cost effective way of meeting the Health and Safety Executive's (HSE).
Ultrasis has today launched a new Internet enabled tool to help employers meet their obligations to identify and address problems of stress in the workplace.
Ultrasis is pleased to announce that Kent County Council has placed an order for the provision of an interactive online support programme.
An article in the Feb/March 2005 issue of Health Development Today emphasises positive results from a pilot study in Swindon.
Self care has been highlighted in the NHS Plan as one of the key building blocks for a patient-centred health service.