WhatsMyM3

WhatsMyM3


“You know your other important health numbers - your cholesterol levels, your heart rate and blood pressure. Now for the first time, we finally have a number that gauges mental health. By knowing our M3 score and then getting the right treatment, we have more success managing all our numbers, because mental health affects everything.”

Larry Culpepper, MD, MPH
Professor of Family Medicine
Boston University School of Medicine

WhatsMyM3 is a primer to help you take control of your mental health. M3 is a 27 question confidential screen that you can complete at WhatsMyM3.com. After you finish the questions you to receive an overview of your potential risk of anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder or PTSD based on research published in the Annals of Family Medicine.

The M3 Score, which represents the likelihood that the symptoms disclosed reflect a clinically significant disorder. A University of North Carolina published in the Annals of Family Medicine study of the M3 has shown that among people with no diagnosis, 83% receive an M3 Score below 33, whereas 81% of those with confirmed diagnoses fall above this threshold.

The higher the M3 Score the more likely the patient's responses are clinically significant and the symptoms reported are having a real impact on quality of life. Therefore, the M3 Score could be viewed as a general mental wellness grade, with lower scores indicative of good mental health. For those receiving treatment it provides a target for treatment success.

Language Supported by this App: English & Spanish (More to come in next version…).

Recent changes:
Korean, Japanese, German, French, Chinese (Simplified), Hindi, Spanish, Arabic, Russian, Portuguese, Italian and English. Wow - a world app for mental health.
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About WhatsMyM3
“You know your other important health numbers - your cholesterol levels, your heart rate and blood pressure. Now for the first time, we finally have a number that gauges mental health. By knowing our M3 score and then getting the right treatment, we have more success managing all our numbers, because mental health affects everything.”

Larry Culpepper, MD, MPH
Professor of Family Medicine
Boston University School of Medicine

WhatsMyM3 is a primer to help you take control of your mental health. M3 is a 27 question confidential screen that you can complete at WhatsMyM3.com. After you finish the questions you to receive an overview of your potential risk of anxiety, depression, bipolar disorder or PTSD based on research published in the Annals of Family Medicine.

The M3 Score, which represents the likelihood that the symptoms disclosed reflect a clinically significant disorder. A University of North Carolina published in the Annals of Family Medicine study of the M3 has shown that among people with no diagnosis, 83% receive an M3 Score below 33, whereas 81% of those with confirmed diagnoses fall above this threshold.

The higher the M3 Score the more likely the patient's responses are clinically significant and the symptoms reported are having a real impact on quality of life. Therefore, the M3 Score could be viewed as a general mental wellness grade, with lower scores indicative of good mental health. For those receiving treatment it provides a target for treatment success.

Language Supported by this App: English & Spanish (More to come in next version…).

Recent changes:
Korean, Japanese, German, French, Chinese (Simplified), Hindi, Spanish, Arabic, Russian, Portuguese, Italian and English. Wow - a world app for mental health.

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A Google User
Sep 21, 2014
Great app Great app, very good features
A Google User
Jul 14, 2014
It's a good app. Keeps your records
A Google User
Jul 4, 2014
Wizzard great app.
A Google User
Jun 9, 2014
Good start It falls down on assessing bipolar disorder as the last 2 week questions all assume that the patient will be taking the test while theyre in a depressive episode. The options for the mania specifiers might also be adjusted to reflect frequency or intensity, rather than consistency of symptoms, as consistency is sort of counter-indicative. I'm not a doctor or anything of course! Just on the off-chance it's helpful feedback lol
A Google User
Dec 10, 2013
Has potential but lacking in web to mobile compatibility I have been tracking my mood using this app on my phone. I wanted to see it graphed and the app tells you to go oblong and sign up, but it turns out there's no way to sign in or pull the data from your phone. So if I want a graph I'll have to make one manually. Not smart.