I'm your health coach, and I'll be here to support and guide you on your road to health.

Your first step is to complete the health assessment and get your Patient Q Score. This score places you in a queue of 100 people to see how healthy you are. The assessment will take around 10 minutes to complete, but if you need to stop part way through, we'll remember any answers already given.

Once you have your score, you'll be able to access all tools and support materials.

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We’ve partnered with roadtohealth to offer this health assessment.

  • See how your health compares, with 100 people the same age, race and gender as you

  • Find out your risk of heart disease, diabetes and cancer

  • Understand how your lifestyle affects your health

  • Learn how healthy you could be

  • Obtain help, guidance and motivation to become as healthy as you can be

About roadtohealth

roadtohealth was formed to create innovative and effective solutions to enable everybody to fully understand their current state of health, learn how healthy they could possibly be and then achieve it.

roadtohealth’s unique 'Q Score' provides an easily understood 'health state' benchmark and their personalised 'health coach' programme provides an effective and accessible, self-empowered health improvement programme for any individual.

About the Score

The roadtohealth Q Score is a clinical index of an individual’s relative risk of experiencing cardiovascular disease - which typically manifests as either angina, heart attack or stroke.

The Q Score takes into account all of the key risk factors for developing cardiovascular disease. These risk factors also affect the risk of developing many other conditions as well as, of course, general wellbeing so the Q Score also provides a wider indication of general health.

The Q Score ranges from 0 to 100 and closely reflects biometrics, lifestyle and ultimately cardiovascular risk.

The Q Score is precisely aligned with the latest published evidence, guidance and reference ranges (principally NICE and JBS2) as well as the internationally recognised Framingham risk score.

The Q score algorithm is driven by multiples which allows the inter-relationships between lifestyle metrics and biometrics to be expressed - rather than accounting for them simply as independent risk factors. This in turn allows extremely high granularity of scoring and sensitivity of score movement with respect to changes in modifiable health metrics - an important aspect of the Modifiable Q Score’s role as a behavioural modification tool.