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Financing Global Health Through a Global Fund for Health? | Chatham House: Independent thinking on international affairs

Low-income countries remain far from the $60 annual per capita expenditure on health that the 2009 High-Level Taskforce on Innovative Financing for Health Systems estimated was needed to deliver a limited set of key health services to their citizens by 2015.
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Book News: Binge Reading, Writing Later

Book News: Binge Reading, Writing Later | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
A ban makes a controversial book more popular; “binge reading” and publication schedules; a new honor for Hilary Mantel; and more.
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Elevation Mapping: Pro-Social Compassion Maps

Elevation Mapping: Pro-Social Compassion Maps | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it

Recent social psychological studies in university settings suggests that witnessing both compassionate and pro-social behavior inspires others to behave in a similar manner, with significant psychological benefits for those witnessing the positive event.


How do we feel when we witness others working together? Kindness? Compassion? Sharing? Giving?


Haidt (2003b) calls the emotion 'elevation' (based on a 1771 description by Jefferson). Elevation is an emotional response to witnessing others acts which make us feel unselfish, often with a desire to act similarly. Haidt describes participants witnessing good deeds giving them a pleasurable feeling, sometimes feeling warm or pleasant in the chest that triggered desires of doing good deeds. 


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Elevation is an emotional response

to witnessing others acts which

make us feel unselfish, often with a

desire to act similarly. 

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Project Compassion Stanford 

Image http://j.mp/M53ii9



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The social inequalities and its repercussion on living standards

Arc 134-The social inequalities and its repercussion on living standards- Architecture reaserch.
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Conoscenza senza frontiere | Nòva

Conoscenza senza frontiere | Nòva | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it

L’innovazione trasforma l’università: Minerva Schools in Usa prevede per gli studenti il primo anno a San Francisco. Poi dal secondo devono andare all’estero - See more at: http://nova.ilsole24ore.com/esperienze/conoscenza-senza-frontiere#sthash.QBKVOx21.dpuf

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Measuring the Quality of Editorial Peer Review - JAMA

Measuring the Quality of Editorial Peer Review - JAMA | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it

Context The quality of a process can only be tested against its agreed objectives. Editorial peer-review is widely used, yet there appears to be little agreement about how to measure its effects or processes.

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La voix de Gilles Deleuze´. Foucault : Le Pouvoir cours 9 du 07/01/1986...

La voix de Gilles Deleuze´. Foucault : Le Pouvoir cours 9 du 07/01/1986... | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it

Beaucoup d’entre vous ont suivi ses cours, à un moment ou à un autre, et ont été marqués par lui, et l’ont aimé. Je crois qu’un hommage à lui rendre, et celui qu’on peut lui rendre, c’est relire ses livres pour en évaluer l’importance, depuis la "Naissance de l’histoire". Car je crois qu’il a fait réellement une œuvre.


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Stigma, status, and population health

Stigma and status are the major concepts in two important sociological traditions that describe related processes but that have developed in isolation. Although both approaches have great promise for understanding and improving population health, this promise has not been realized. In this paper, we consider the applicability of status characteristics theory (SCT) to the problem of stigma with the goal of better understanding social systemic aspects of stigma and their health consequences. To this end, we identify common and divergent features of status and stigma processes

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Do You Have a Health or Patient Advocate?

Do You Have a Health or Patient Advocate? | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
This week, Annette McKinnon (@anetto) and Natrice Rese (@NatriceR), patient and caregiver advocates extraordinaire and long-time #hcsmca members, will be moderating the chat. In this post they shar...
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Palliative social media

Palliative social media | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it

The uses of social media have become ubiquitous in contemporary society at an astonishingly fast-paced rate. The internet and in particular platforms such as Facebook, Twitter and YouTube are now part of most people's vocabulary and are starting to replace many face-to-face interactions. The online world, in particular, is alive with discussions, comments and anecdotes about the topics of illness, disease, hospitals, death and dying. The topic of death and dying had in the not too distant past been seen as taboo, but willingness and need to talk openly about it appears to be on the increase. 

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How Will FDA Regulate Online Marketing of Medical Devices?

How Will FDA Regulate Online Marketing of Medical Devices? | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it

Unlike drugs and biologics, FDA’s authority to regulate the promotion of medical devices has been limited to restricted devices, almost all that enter the market as Class II under performance standards or as Class III. That’s about to change, at least so far as manufacturer communications in cyberspace about restricted devices are concerned


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Five Apps You Should Download Today

Staying up to date with new apps is a habit that all marketers should develop. You always need to be on the lookout for places to engage your potential custo...
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You are what your grandmother ate, scientists say - Telegraph

You are what your grandmother ate, scientists say - Telegraph | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
Study finds that grandmothers who ate well during pregnancy and kept their daughters well-nourished in their first few years had heavier, and therefore healthier, grandchildren
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Big Data: what does it means for patients and health policy?

Research in Big Data: drug safety, public health genomics, electronic disease surveillance, demography, health and reproduction databases
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La scarsità di capitale sociale non spiega il ritardo del Sud ...

La scarsità di capitale sociale non spiega il ritardo del Sud ... | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
Per misurare la «dotazione» di capitale sociale sono stati utilizzati diversi indicatori: numero di donatori di sangue, partecipazione elettorale, numero di associazioni o cooperative, grado di fiducia intersoggettiva (desunto da sondaggi), tassi...
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How Theater for Young People Could Save the World: theater is like a gym for empathy

How Theater for Young People Could Save the World: theater is like a gym for empathy | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
So much of toxicity in this world comes from a collective draining of empathy. We don't understand each other, and we don't want to. But theater forces us to empathize.


As my friend Bill English of San Francisco's SF Playhouse says, theater is like a gym for empathy. It's where we can go to build up the muscles of compassion, to practice listening and understanding and engaging with people that are not just like ourselves. 


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theater is like a gym for empathy.

It's where we can go to build up the  
muscles of compassion,
to practice listening  

and understanding 

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Kids need this kind of practice even more than adults do. 

by Lauren Gunderson Dramatist and theater essayist


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How Drama and the use of theatre can help children and young people 'to practice empathy '

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National Geographic Magazine -Fantastic map of global inequalities @IlonaKickbusch

National Geographic Magazine -Fantastic map of global inequalities @IlonaKickbusch | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
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Why patients have lost trust in their doctors

Why patients have lost trust in their doctors | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
It is incumbent on physicians to recognize they need to earn this trust; to watchdog their profession and those who practice it.
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Undetermined impact of patient decision support interventions on healthcare costs and savings | BMJ

Undetermined impact of patient decision support interventions on healthcare costs and savings | BMJ | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
There has been increasing interest in implementing patient decision support interventions. They definitely help inform decisions, and patients tend to opt for more conservative treatment choices.
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Il cervello attiva due aree differenti per riconoscere forma e movimento

Il cervello attiva due aree differenti per riconoscere forma e movimento | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
Nuove prospettive di ricerca sulle patologie come l'autismo dai risultati di uno studio dell'IIT di Rovereto sul meccanismo di percezione della comunicazione non verbale. Staticità e mobilità vengono lette in maniera autonoma da due 'sezioni' cerebrali diverse che poi intrecciano i dati raccolti 
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Gamification: Powering Up or Game Over?

Gamification: Powering Up or Game Over? | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
Criticism of managers who use workplace games to promote productivity has been gaining steam lately -- how can businesses use games effectively?
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Can a patient share too much health information online? (with image, tweets)

On February 11th the #hcldr (healthcare leaders) community got together on our weekly tweetchat to talk about healthcare privacy. The first question generated a lot of interesting ideas and comments.
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Conflict and fragility - Resource flows and trends in fragile states - OECD

Conflict and fragility - Resource flows and trends in fragile states - OECD | Co-creation in health | Scoop.it
This annual DAC-INAF report serves as a tool to better monitor the levels, timing and composition of resource flows to fragile states, and presents salient facts on aid flows to fragile states, the impact on fragile states of the three crises and the need for a whole-of-government response.
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Policy guidance on threats to legislative interventions in public health: a realist synthesis

Legislation is one of the most powerful weapons for improving population health and is often used by policy and decision makers. Little research exists to guide them as to whether legislation is feasible and/or will succeed. We aimed to produce a coherent and transferable evidence based framework of threats to legislative interventions to assist the decision making process and to test this through the 'case study' of legislation to ban smoking in cars carrying children.
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