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Self assessment tools and widgets

Please find below a range of health assessment tools and widgets available for your use.

These toolkits have been designed to encourage health awareness and are not to replace professional medical advice or diagnosis.

Diabetes self assessment tool

Diabetes is a long–term condition that can have serious health consequences including heart disease, stroke, amputation, kidney failure and blindness.

With early diagnoses the risk of developing these serious complications can be minimised.

Diabetes self assessment tool

Bladder self assessment tool

A healthy bladder is important to all of us, yet many people suffer in silence even though a lot can be done to improve things.

Take this short assessment to find out if you should seek further advice.

Bladder self assessment tool

Drinking self assessment tool

Are you concerned you might be drinking too much?

Answer these simple questions and find out what kind of a relationship you have with alcohol.

Drinking self assessment tool

Fitness self assessment tool

Keeping active can improve your health and wellbeing, and lower your risks of developing major chronic diseases.

Use this assessment to find out how fit and active you are.

Fitness self assessment tool

Kidney disease self assessment tool

People can have kidney disease without being aware of it. There are often no symptoms until the disease is quite advance.

Take this test to find out if you should have your kidney function checked.

Kidney disease assessment tool

Healthy eating self assessment tool

We all know that healthy eating is a good thing but what does it mean and where do you start?

Take this short test to see whether you’re a healthy eater or could improve your eating patterns.

Healthy eating assessment tool

Fertility self assessment tool

For most, achieving pregnancy causes no problems but some couples do experience difficulties.

If you’re a woman trying for a child and are worried you might be having a problem, take this test. It will assess your situation and let you know if you should seek further medical advice.

Fertility assessment tool