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E-citizens, e-patients, communities in shaping e-health, health literacy.
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The Anti-Bullying Autism Awareness Campaign - YouTube

I'm calling for a BILL on Bullying, that would be a criminal offence for the first time. If a child/Adult was found to be acting in a way that could cause ph...

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Reward-Based Incentives for Smoking Cessation:  How a Carrot Became a Stick - Jama

Health care payers have an increasing interest in using financial incentives to change personal health behaviors, with an estimated 82% of employers using financial incentives for healthy behavior in 2013.1Several factors are fueling this increased interest: steadily increasing costs that have been resistant to traditional forms of control, the realization that the majority of costs are driven by chronic conditions, which are themselves in large part a result of lifestyle choices, and emerging reports that incentives have successfully modified behaviors in a variety of contexts.2,3 In addition, the Affordable Care Act allows employers to use up to 30% of total premiums (50% if programs include smoking) for outcomes-based rewards or penalties.4

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BMC Public Health | Abstract | Planning for the future: cancer incidence projections in Switzerland up to 2019

Projections of the national burden of cancer play a key role in planning cancer control programmes and investments. We present projections of cancer incidence rates and cases for the period up to 2015-2019 in Switzerland.
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More thoughts on gamification & mental health - putting the fun in therapy?

My post on games to increase mental health awareness led to an fascinating chat on twitter with @betabetic, focusing on whether the example I linked to (Depression Quest) actually *is* a game. In p...
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73% of online adults now use social networking sites | Pew Internet & American Life Project

73% of online adults now use social networking sites | Pew Internet & American Life Project | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
73% of online adults now use social networking sites | Pew Internet & American Life Project
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14 signes montrant que vous êtes vraiment heureux (et comment le rester)

14 signes montrant que vous êtes vraiment heureux (et comment le rester) | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
Si quelqu’un dans la rue vous demandait si vous êtes heureux, que répondriez-vous ? De nombreux facteurs influencent notre humeur au quotidien – que ce soit un problème au travail ou dans notre vie privée – et beaucoup de ces facteurs peuvent entamer notre sentiment de bien-être.
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Marie Ennis O'Connor - the Rise of the ePatient - YouTube

Marie Ennis O'Connor, patient advocate and communications specialist, speaks to delegates of the Universitas 21 Health Sciences Group meeting about the rise ...
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Hypocondriaques, le (vrai) mal du siècle

Hypocondriaques, le (vrai) mal du siècle | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
Un nombre croissant de Français sont sujets à l'hypocondrie. C'est grave, docteur ? "Le Point" vous apporte une clé de lecture sur ce phénomène.

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▶ Noam Chomsky "A People Centered Society" (2013) - YouTube

Bridgewater, MA "Noam Chomsky will talk about social justice and a people-centered movements when he speaks on Thursday at the Unitarian Universalist Church."


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Don’t super-size, Sumo-size! | Weber Shandwick

The results were in fact indicative of this. We found that 76% of Australians are prioritising value for money and convenience over their health and wellbeing. Additionally, one third are only eating a healthy lunch one to two times a week. The results were not only insightful to the client but provided the PR team with valuable and interesting content to share with media that have demonstrated interest in the obesity epidemic.

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The Truth About Social Media And Revolution

The Truth About Social Media And Revolution | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it

When the Arab Spring erupted in 2010, one of the first things people noticed was the very visible role social media seemed to play.  Many began to call the series of political uprisings “Twitter Revolutions” and a lively debate broke out about the importance of the new technology.

 


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The Social Determinants of Health: It’s Time to Consider the Causes of the Causes

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Use of alcohol to reduce stress | BMJ

Use of alcohol to reduce stress | BMJ | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
The association between parental influence during childhood and the consumption of alcohol by children in adult life noted by Gornall is an important reason for introducing minimal pricing for alcohol.1 Reducing consumption through price increases has the potential to break such familial cultural norms of behaviour and reduce the detrimental health and economic effects of alcohol. However, we should not ignore other reasons why people drink.
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Health bracelets 2 | Articles

Health bracelets 2 | Articles | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
'Health bracelets 2' project on Freelancer.com. Bid on this job or post your own project for free! (Health bracelets 2 by hamdabilal: Hi I need 250 words reviews for health bracelets I will pay 0.75$ for each I...
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Spending money on cancer prevention saves lives

Spending money on cancer prevention saves lives | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
Spending money on cancer prevention saves lives,David Alberts: We can prevent a lot of cancer, but, Uncle Sam, we need you to cooperate.
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Why rude doctors make bad doctors – Ilana Yurkiewicz – Aeon

Why rude doctors make bad doctors – Ilana Yurkiewicz – Aeon | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
Bullying doctors are not just unpleasant they are dangerous. Can we change the culture of intimidation in our hospitals?

 

 


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Denise Silber's curator insight, February 3, 4:08 PM

LInk beween physician bullies and medical error !

 

 
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112 mila bambini a rischio cure, vittime povertà sanitaria - AKS - Adnkronos Salute Sanità

112 mila bambini a rischio cure, vittime povertà sanitaria - AKS - Adnkronos Salute Sanità | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
(Adnkronos Salute) - Sono oltre 112 mila i bambini che in Italia sono vittime della povertà sanitaria. È l'allarme lanciato dall'Osservatorio donazione farmaci della Fondazione Banco...
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Les 60 ans de l'appel de l'abbé Pierre

Les 60 ans de l'appel de l'abbé Pierre | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
"L'appel de l'abbé Pierre" a 60 ans et, malheureusement, il vaut toujours. Retour en images sur l'oeuvre inachevée du fondateur d'Emmaüs.
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The Day of the Passive Patient is Over

The Day of the Passive Patient is Over | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
Healthcare is a team sport. And you – the patient – are the No. 1 draft pick. It’s your body, your health, your life. Why shouldn’t you have a voice – and a strong one – in your own care?The day of

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Dena Rosko's curator insight, February 2, 12:18 PM

Excerpt | "If you are unable or unwilling to follow a recommended treatment, tell your doctor right away so you can work together to find an alternative treatment..."


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Evolution of online patient communities (with tweets) · SusannahFox

From BBS, Compuserve, and list serves to Yahoo and Facebook groups to Inspire, PatientsLikeMe, SmartPatients, the C3N...and

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Presentation Slide Design - Stop Animations Spoiling Your Presentation

Presentation Slide Design - Stop Animations Spoiling Your Presentation | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it

PowerPoint, Keynote, and Skyrocket can create some great visual aids.  Sadly, many presenters have never been taught the principles of presentation slide design.


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PIRatE Lab's curator insight, February 1, 1:08 PM

Generally, the best answer is NO ANIMATIONS.  And almost never any of the sound effects.  More on this on Monday...

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The pyramid of designing slides for presentations

Don Karp's curator insight, February 10, 11:52 PM

Useful tips on animation plus a link for "how to" with PowerPoint.

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How big data could be used to predict a patient's future

How big data could be used to predict a patient's future | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
Datasets will soon be used to foresee and prepare for individual illnesses as well as periods of increased demand on services

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Communication and Dissemination Strategies to Facilitate the Use of Health-Related Evidence - NCBI Bookshelf

Communication and Dissemination Strategies to Facilitate the Use of Health-Related Evidence - NCBI Bookshelf | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it

his review examined how to best communicate and disseminate evidence, including uncertain evidence, to inform health care decisions. The review focused on three primary objectives—comparing the effectiveness of: (1) communicating evidence in various contents and formats that increase the likelihood that target audiences will both understand and use the information (KQ 1); (2) a variety of approaches for disseminating evidence from those who develop it to those who are expected to use it (KQ 2); and (3) various ways of communicating uncertainty-associated health-related evidence to different target audiences (KQ 3). A secondary objective was to examine how the effectiveness of communication and dissemination strategies varies across target audiences, including evidence translators, health educators, patients, and clinicians.

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A second opinion from Dr. Google

A second opinion from Dr. Google | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it

I’ve often suspected that if only the E.R. doctor who misdiagnosed me with indigestion had bothered to just Google my cardiac symptoms (chest pain, nausea, sweating and pain radiating down my left arm), he and Dr. Google would have almost immediately hit upon my correct diagnosis: myocardial infarction, or heart attack. But instead, he pronounced that I was “in the right demographic”for acid reflux. I was sent home that day feeling horribly embarrassed for having made a fuss over nothing but a case of indigestion. As time went by, however, and my debilitating symptoms became truly unbearable, I turned to Dr. Google.

And that’s why I forced myself, despite my embarrassment, to return to the E.R. – but with the pronouncement of thatfirst E.R. doc still ringing in my ears:

“It is NOT your heart!”

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