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Différence entre Ontologie, Thesaurus et Taxonomie sur le web de données

Différence entre Ontologie, Thesaurus et Taxonomie sur le web de données | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it

Trois espèces d’animaux différentes se rencontrent principalement dans les steppes des langages de représentation des connaissances du web de données. Les ontologies, les thesaurus et les taxonomies, si elles partagent l’organisation hiérarchiques de concepts entre eux, n’ont pas les mêmes usages, ni les mêmes objectifs. L’ontologie est faite pour décrire le monde tel qu’il est; le thesaurus est fait pour faciliter l’accès à des contenus; la taxonomie est fait pour classer des ressources dans des dossiers, des catégories. Les systèmes d’accès aux contenus, aux données ou aux connaissances, combinent et articulent ces 3 systèmes d’organisation pour décrire le monde, indexer, et catégoriser les contenus.


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Gilles Le Page's curator insight, August 6, 2014 6:39 AM

Ouille ! ... « une ontologie est la spécification formelle d’une conceptualisation partagée » ...euh ... ;-) 
Je rigole, mais en fait c'est utile de pouvoir mettre un concept derrière des mots qu'on rencontre assez souvent...

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HIV testing is needed in mental health settings

Rayment and colleagues recommend that HIV screening be considered for everyone registering in general practice and “all general medical admissions” in areas where prevalence is >2 per 1000.1 However, they do not comment on mental health settings. This omission is regrettable, particularly in view of current campaigns to tackle health inequalities in this group and move towards “parity of esteem.”2

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Half of Americans think expensive medical care is better. They're wrong.

Half of Americans think expensive medical care is better. They're wrong. | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
Expensive televisions are usually better than cheap televisions. Expensive surgeries aren't any better than cheap ones.
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Les patients séropositifs atteints d'un cancer sont moins susceptibles d'obtenir un traitement

Les patients séropositifs atteints d'un cancer sont moins susceptibles d'obtenir un traitement | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it

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La salud y sus determinantes sociales. Desigualdades y exclusión en la sociedad del siglo XXI | Palomino Moral | Revista Internacional de Sociología

La salud y sus determinantes sociales. Desigualdades y exclusión en la sociedad del siglo XXI

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El concepto de salud ha experimentado un proceso de revisión constante. Desde mediados del siglo XX se ha producido un desplazamiento desde la búsqueda de las causas de la enfermedad centradas en el individuo a la aparición de los determinantes sociales, los principales moduladores del fenómeno salud y la enfermedad. Hoy sabemos que la salud y la calidad de vida son un resultado social directamente relacionado con las condiciones generales de la vida de las personas y con la forma de vivir; en este sentido se han hecho notables esfuerzos en las últimas décadas para comprender cómo interactúan los determinantes sociales y se producen los resultados en salud. Analizamos las aportaciones que han conseguido poner de manifiesto los principales factores generadores de las desigualdades sociales incluyendo un análisis de las desigualdades en salud de las mujeres, la vulnerabilidad y el riesgo de exclusión.
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Communicating the experience of illness in the digital age (with tweets) · SusannahFox

Communicating the experience of illness in the digital age (with tweets) · SusannahFox | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
At 9am on Sunday, Sept. 7, 2014, Stanford Medicine X will host a discussion led by Pamela Ressler, Colleen Young, Susannah Fox, and Meredith Gould about the power and pitfalls of people sharing their health experiences online.
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The influence of gender equality policies on gender inequalities in health in Europe

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Few studies have addressed the effect of gender policies on women's health and gender inequalities in health. This study aims to analyse the relationship between the orientation of public gender equality policies and gender inequalities in health in European countries, and whether this relationship is mediated by gender equality at country level or by other individual social determinants of health.

A multilevel cross-sectional study was performed using individual-level data extracted from the European Social Survey 2010. The study sample consisted of 23,782 men and 28,655 women from 26 European countries. The dependent variable was self-perceived health. Individual independent variables were gender, age, immigrant status, educational level, partner status and employment status. The main contextual independent variable was a modification of Korpi's typology of family policy models (Dual-earner, Traditional-Central, Traditional-Southern, Market-oriented and Contradictory). Other contextual variables were the Gender Empowerment Measure (GEM), to measure country-level gender equality, and the Gross Domestic Product (GDP). For each country and country typology the prevalence of fair/poor health by gender was calculated and prevalence ratios (PR, women compared to men) and 95% confidence intervals (CI) were computed. Multilevel robust Poisson regression models were fitted.

Women had poorer self-perceived health than men in countries with traditional family policies (PR = 1.13, 95%CI: 1.07–1.21 in Traditional-Central and PR = 1.27, 95%CI: 1.19–1.35 in Traditional-Southern) and in Contradictory countries (PR = 1.08, 95%CI: 1.05–1.11). In multilevel models, only gender inequalities in Traditional-Southern countries were significantly higher than those in Dual-earner countries.

Gender inequalities in self-perceived health were higher, women reporting worse self-perceived health than men, in countries with family policies that were less oriented to gender equality (especially in the Traditional-Southern country-group). This was partially explained by gender inequalities in the individual social determinants of health but not by GEM or GDP.

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Doctors are helpers, not healers

Doctors are helpers, not healers | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
As a physician, I am certainly one who can help the patient find a faster road to healing, but I don't heal. I help.
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The Problem With 'Pay for Performance' in Medicine

The Problem With 'Pay for Performance' in Medicine | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
The idea is intuitively appealing: Reward doctors for positive outcomes, not per procedure. But it doesn't seem to work as well as hoped.
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La scienza spiega il cervello delle donne: ecco perché Eva è empatica e «multitasking»

La scienza spiega il cervello delle donne: ecco perché Eva è empatica e «multitasking» | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
Diceva Simone de Beauvoir: «Maschi e femmine si nasce, ma uomini e donne si diventa». In realtà, il cervello maschile e quello femminile sono diversi fin dal momento della nascita e sono loro a guidare impulsi, valori e la visione stessa della realtà....
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Prendere le misure ai testi - MdS

Prendere le misure ai testi - MdS | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
Quattro utili strumenti automatici per entrare nel meccanismo del testo e fare un editing più consapevole.
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Vers une intelligence collective réflexive. Master Class de Pierre Lévy ouverte au public

Le guide des événements de Sciences Po répertorie mois après mois l’éventail des 
manifestations organisées à Sciences Po.

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I want my sex life back! TMI, or gold for online communities and their managers?

I want my sex life back! TMI, or gold for online communities and their managers? | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
By Colleen Young (@colleen_young) "I want my sex life back! Before my breast cancer diagnosis, my husband and I used to..." posted by Susy (forum nickname) Wait! Stop reading before this goes any f...
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'The Age of No Retirement?' at The OXO Tower, London

'The Age of No Retirement?'  at The OXO Tower, London | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
Britain's first ever national debate & exhibition to discover the value in society in which people are living and working longer.
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Comparing Gamification, Serious Games and Simulations

Comparing Gamification, Serious Games and Simulations | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
Read about the similarities and differences between Gamification, Serious Games and Simulations. - Designing Digitally, Inc.

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Ethical issues related to health checks

It is not just the lack of benefit or the harm to patients—who are frightened by their “high risk” and will never think of themselves as healthy again.

It is the waste of resources as governments encourage, and sometimes pay, clinicians to screen healthy patients for cardiovascular risk, producing tonnes of paper with guidelines, recommendations, and rainbow coloured risk charts.

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Intelligent People All Have One Thing In Common: They Stay Up Later Than You

Intelligent People All Have One Thing In Common: They Stay Up Later Than You | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
There’s an electricity in the moon. A pulse, a magic, an energy. A bewitching entrancement unlike that of the sun.

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An important moment in our movement (JoPM article): The evolving language of patient engagement | e-Patients.net

An important moment in our movement (JoPM article): The evolving language of patient engagement | e-Patients.net | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
Figure 4: Thematic Map of how concepts expressed are shifting through the years. Click to enlarge; see article for (fairly technical) discussion. Figure 5:
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Effect of Pay-for-Performance Incentives on Quality of Care in Small Practices With Electronic Health Records

Effect of Pay-for-Performance Incentives on Quality of Care in Small Practices With Electronic Health Records | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
We found that a P4P program in EHR-enabled small practices led to modest improvements in cardiovascular processes and outcomes. This provides evidence that, in the context of increasing uptake of EHRs with robust clinical management tools, small practices may be able to improve their quality performance in response to an incentive.
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What Are the Roles and Responsibilities of the Media in Disseminating Health Information?

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Effect of pay for performance on the management and outcomes of hypertension in the United Kingdom: interrupted time series study

Conclusions Good quality of care for hypertension was stable or improving before pay for performance was introduced. Pay for performance had no discernible effects on processes of care or on hypertension related clinical outcomes. Generous financial incentives, as designed in the UK pay for performance policy, may not be sufficient to improve quality of care and outcomes for hypertension and other common chronic conditions.

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Miss Idaho Shows Off Her Insulin Pump, Encourages Others to Flaunt Theirs on Social Media

Miss Idaho Shows Off Her Insulin Pump, Encourages Others to Flaunt Theirs on Social Media | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
Photo by Susan Hessing Photography/Facebook Miss Idaho, aka Sierra Anne Sandison, could certainly be posting pictures of crowns and jewels all over her Twitter page.

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The rise of data and the death of politics

The rise of data and the death of politics | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
Tech pioneers in the US are advocating a new data-based approach to governance – 'algorithmic regulation'. But where does this leave governments, asks Evgeny Morozov

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The science and art of combining evidence with opinion - Marchildon et al. 18 (5): 161 - Evidence-Based Medicine

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In the policy environment, the news media play a powerful and influential role, determining not only what issues are on the broad policy agenda, but also how the public and politicians perceive these issues. Ensuring that reporters and editors have access to information, that is, credible and evidence-based is critical for stimulating healthy public discourse and constructive political debates. EvidenceNetwork.ca is a non-partisan web-based project that makes the latest evidence on controversial health-policy issues available to the Canadian news media. This article introduces EvidenceNetwork.ca, the benefits it offers to journalists and researchers, and the important niche it occupies in working with the news media to build a more productive dialogue around healthcare.

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