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Définition | Pharmacien comprimé. Sécable, parfois dispersible.

Le pharmacien est essentiellement connu comme le spécialiste du médicament que ce soit au sein d'une pharmacie d'officine, d'une pharmacie hospitalière ou de l'industrie pharmaceutique.

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Un nouveau système pour accélérer la fabrication de médicaments ? - L'Usine Nouvelle

Un nouveau système pour accélérer la fabrication de médicaments ? - L'Usine Nouvelle | De la E santé...à la E pharmacie..y a qu'un pas (en fait plusieurs)... | Scoop.it
L'Usine NouvelleUn nouveau système pour accélérer la fabrication de médicaments ?

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Les utilisateurs de sites de santé souhaitent se rassurer

Les utilisateurs de sites de santé souhaitent se rassurer | De la E santé...à la E pharmacie..y a qu'un pas (en fait plusieurs)... | Scoop.it
43% des utilisateurs de sites de santé ont déjà parlé d'informations trouvées sur Internet avec leur médecin, selon l'étude "Santé sur Internet" menée par CCM Benchmark (éditeur du Journal du Net) qui s'est penché sur les usages des internautes et l'impact de ces pratiques sur la relation avec leur médecin. Parmi les utilisateurs de sites de santé ayant déclaré que la consultation d'information santé a eu un impact sur leurs comportements, 58% affirment les avoir modifiés ou avoir pris rendez-vous pour une consultation (28%).


Pour les internautes, les conseils santé donnés sur Internet constituent des compléments d'informations faciles d'accès dont le grand public semble avoir besoin. Ils permettent de mieux comprendre les diagnostics (77%), de trouver des informations qui rassurent (63%) ou permet encore de mieux expliquer les problèmes de santé à un médecin (62%). "Loin de fragiliser la relation médecin-patient, l'utilisation d'Internet semble à l'inverse favoriser une meilleure communication et contribuer à l'amélioration de la qualité de la consultation médicale", souligne l'étude.


De même, Internet peut également peser sur le choix du professionnel de santé : 18% des utilisateurs de sites de santé recherchent sur les forums et plateformes d'échanges, faisant l'objet d'une modération limitée, des évaluations de professionnels de santé.


Méthodologie : CCM Benchmark a visité et analysé plus de 50 sites Internet et mobiles de laboratoires, complétés de sites édités par d'autres acteurs, ciblant le grand public. Cette analyse s'accompagne des résultats d'une enquête en ligne menée auprès de 1 691 utilisateurs de sites de santé aux mois d'août et septembre 2012.

 

http://www.ccmbenchmark.com/etude/159-sante-sur-internet


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Six criteria to measure the reliability of health information on the Internet

Six criteria to measure the reliability of health information on the Internet | De la E santé...à la E pharmacie..y a qu'un pas (en fait plusieurs)... | Scoop.it

Dr. Cox writes:

 

nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/evaluatinghealthinformation.html which includes a tutorial on accessing and evaluating information on the web. There are some questions you should ask yourself any time you evaluate a site:

 

1. Who sponsors the website? Going to a trusted organization is a good way to access good reliable information such as the federal government (nih.gov), an academic institution (Dartmouth University), or a nationally recognized society (American Cancer Society).

 

2. Who wrote the information? Does the site have an editorial board or a panel of experts who wrote and reviewed the information? Does it reference other national sites or recently published peer reviewed articles in well-known medical journals or site obscure references and individuals' experiences?

 

3. Is the information recent? The time medical information is relevant shortens daily, make sure you check several up-to-date sites.

 

4. Does the site have a privacy policy? Be wary of any site that asks you for personal information or wants to sign you up for regular mailings. Who will they share your information with? Perhaps companies selling products for this condition?

 

5. The site makes claims that seem too good to be true; chances they are? Be sure to check several sites. Seeing confirming information on several trusted sites should give you comfort that the information you are seeing is probably reliable.

 

6. Make sure to check information with your physician. Chances are your physician might be able to direct you to reliable sites for information on specific conditions. They will also help you sort through the information you obtain to make sense of it for you.

 


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1. ¿Quienes son los sponsors? ¿son fiables¿, ¿son instituciones?

2. ¿Quien la escribe?

3. ¿Es reciente?

4. ¿la Web tiene política de privacidad?

5. ¿La web da informaciones demasiado buenas para ser verdad? , ¿es sensacionalista?

6. Enséñasela a tu médico, es quien tiene el criterio necesario para saber si es fiable o no

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Open health, patient privacy and the digital divide

Open health, patient privacy and the digital divide | De la E santé...à la E pharmacie..y a qu'un pas (en fait plusieurs)... | Scoop.it

Open health refers to a set of developing information technologies that make it easier for patients, professionals and administrators to access health-care information or make it anonymous and open to the public.

 

This is done by integrating existing health-care records and data. It is hoped the result will be more health information for more people to access more easily.

 

Open health requires online access. It’s easy to think of this as a background issue because the national broadband network is due to roll out in Australia over the next few years. But the so-called digital divide is a real concern in Australia and around the world.

 

What’s more, the world isn’t just divided between those who have internet access and those who don’t. We also need to consider the staggering differences between the quality of access, individual internet literacy, and how these variables can be leveraged to create good outcomes.

 

Although the digital divide is closing, a large number of vulnerable individuals still don’t have basic internet access. And technological literacy is a necessary part of using open health services.

 

Open health will hold data on vulnerable populations that those populations may not be able to use through lack of access. The elderly, for instance, are major users of health-care services so we need to ensure that they have the technological access and the capacity to engage with open health.

 

New technologies can bring huge benefits to those with the resources, education, and opportunity to access them. Open health is no exception.

 

Perhaps the most obvious concern for open data policy is the privacy of individuals. If there’s enough identifiable information in a data set that has become public, then individuals can be picked out and potentially targeted by private businesses, government agencies, and even by police in ways they might not want.

 

Even if the intentions of the viewer are good, we still have the right to expect that our personal information remains anonymous and our privacy is protected.

 

Linked data can be very useful to citizens and businesses alike, but carries with it the risk of de-anonymisation. There’s a concern that primary data, which hasn’t been interpreted or aggregated, can be used to identify individuals.

 

The important thing about linking data is that individual data sets, such as age, height, car model and postcode, are not considered overly private. And a lot of this sort of innocuous personal information can be accessed online – through sites such as Facebook, and census data, for instance.

 

We should also be concerned about who can exploit the data, and how much control we have over access. Some of us may not want even our anonymised data being used in ways we don’t agree with.

Open health should make opting out simple. While large scale opt-outs are likely to diminish the utility of data, we have to weigh the trade-off between privacy and potential innovation carefully.

 

Finally, to whom do we turn if something goes wrong? With a move towards more automated and rapid release of data, there’s more urgency around what options individual citizens and groups have to question, comment, or contest the release and use of open data.

 


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mHealth technology meets informed consent forms

mHealth technology meets informed consent forms | De la E santé...à la E pharmacie..y a qu'un pas (en fait plusieurs)... | Scoop.it

Researchers are developing patient drug risk/benefit consent forms with animated and computerized text and graphics to increase comprehension.


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Le meilleur du web santé – Octobre 2012

Le meilleur du web santé – Octobre 2012 | De la E santé...à la E pharmacie..y a qu'un pas (en fait plusieurs)... | Scoop.it
Découvrez les dernières nouveautés de l’Internet santé francophone au cours du mois d’octobre 2012. Nouveaux sites, contenus et campagnes web Nouvelle campagne de sensibilisation autour de l’...
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Ethics, Health and Death 2.0: Bienvenue à la Bourse de Votre Santé

Ethics, Health and Death 2.0: Bienvenue à la Bourse de Votre Santé | De la E santé...à la E pharmacie..y a qu'un pas (en fait plusieurs)... | Scoop.it
Health iLab. Innovation et créativité dans la médecine de remplacement. Santé 2.0. Les TIC Santé et l'éthique santé. Atelier e-santé. In Memoriam Pr. Emmanuel Andronikof, Mathematician, and Steve Jobs: "Think different." ...

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Redefining Medicine With Apps and iPads - The Digital Doctor

Redefining Medicine With Apps and iPads - The Digital Doctor | De la E santé...à la E pharmacie..y a qu'un pas (en fait plusieurs)... | Scoop.it
Technology has given clinicians new tools to diagnose symptoms, decide treatments and to share information, changing what it means to be a doctor or a patient.

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Digital Pathology Debate Continues: Hope or Hype?

Digital Pathology Debate Continues: Hope or Hype? | De la E santé...à la E pharmacie..y a qu'un pas (en fait plusieurs)... | Scoop.it
Courtesy of Dark Daily: During Pathology Informatics 2012, a record crowd gathered last week to explore how new technologies are reshaping both clinical laboratory informatics and anatomic pathology informatics.

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Poll Shows Growing Satisfaction with Pharma's use of Social Media

Poll Shows Growing Satisfaction with Pharma's use of Social Media | De la E santé...à la E pharmacie..y a qu'un pas (en fait plusieurs)... | Scoop.it

Poll Shows Growing Satisfaction with Pharma's use of Social Media

Posted by Ben Steele on Oct 25, 2012

 

A recent survey indicates that those clinging to the argument that pharma are behind in the digital space, may be beginning to fall behind themselves...

A recently released WEGO Health/Digital Health Coalition survey suggests that pharma companies may finally be warming up to social media. The recently-conducted survey of 356 health activists showed that 81% believed pharma used social media 'to provide their communities with important updates on products or services'. The amount of people who subscribed to the above viewpoint went up 9% from last year’s survey findings.


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Patients in power | 1st Panhellenic patients Forum

In the context of social instability and reform taking place in Greece, Healthcare is constantly challenged. Patients stand at the heart of all these problems, experiencing a rapid day-by-day degradation of the social welfare and the National Health System.


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SIM-how-to-guide.pdf

SIM-how-to-guide


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Pharmacie innovante Médecins traitants ici et ailleurs

Pharmacie innovante Médecins traitants ici et ailleurs | De la E santé...à la E pharmacie..y a qu'un pas (en fait plusieurs)... | Scoop.it
Tout assuré peut opter pour un médecin généraliste ou spécialiste, de secteur 1 ou 2, dans la zone géographique qu'il souhaite. Mais, hormis le bouche à ... Et le rôle du pharmacien dans tout cela ? En Angleterre, l'assuré a ...

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Schedule | Games for Health Europe 2012

Schedule | Games for Health Europe 2012 | De la E santé...à la E pharmacie..y a qu'un pas (en fait plusieurs)... | Scoop.it

Building on the successful editions in Boston (USA), Games for Health has now reached Europe. The non-profit Games for Health Europe is the official sister conference of the Games for Health project. Together with the USA organisation, we aim to bring serious gaming and healthcare together in order to contribute to more advanced healthcare across Europe.


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L'iPad est-il le futur de la télémédecine française ?

L'iPad est-il le futur de la télémédecine française ? | De la E santé...à la E pharmacie..y a qu'un pas (en fait plusieurs)... | Scoop.it

Avec deux tablettes et une application de visioconférence, un médecin peut aujourd'hui facilement examiner un patient à distance.

Plus maniable et moins cher que les dispositifs de visioconférence habituels, les tablettes tactiles vont peut-être contribuer au développement de la télémédecine en France.


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To Mobile App or Not to Mobile App? That is the IT Question - Pharmaceutical Executive

If we swallow the hype and decide that we all need to get onto the mobile app bandwagon, how exactly do we go about it? Sven Awege explains.

Proud to say that this post made it to the Pharma Exec "Top Feature".

There have been some minor changes, but mainly intact.

My original title was "TO “PHARMA APP” OR NOT TO “PHARMA APP”, THEN THERE’S THE “IT” QUESTION!"


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Merck explores research benefits of gamification with the Molecular Activity Challenge

Merck explores research benefits of gamification with the Molecular Activity Challenge | De la E santé...à la E pharmacie..y a qu'un pas (en fait plusieurs)... | Scoop.it

Dominic Tyer writes:

 

Merck & Co has become the latest pharma company to bring gamification to its clinical research by tapping into online scientific research community Kaggle.

 

Merck launched the Merck Molecular Activity Challenge, with its $40,000 prize fund, in August to assist its drug development work by predicting molecular activity.

 

The competition was won by a team of three US academics, who beat 15 other teams to identify the best statistical technique for predicting biological activity of different molecules.

 

It was based on 15 molecular activity data sets, each for a biologically relevant target and each row corresponded to a molecule and contains descriptors derived from that molecule's chemical structure.


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Malakoff Médéric lance un comparateur d’hôpitaux en ligne

Malakoff Médéric lance un comparateur d’hôpitaux en ligne | De la E santé...à la E pharmacie..y a qu'un pas (en fait plusieurs)... | Scoop.it
Le groupe mutualiste Malakoff Médéric vient de lancer un comparateur d’hôpitaux en ligne : comparhospit.fr. Ce service comparhospit.fr propose aux professionnels de santé des éléments de réponse au...
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Le marché de l'e-santé peine à décoller en France - Les Échos | GED COTRANET

Le marché de l'e-santé peine à décoller en France - Les Échos | GED COTRANET | De la E santé...à la E pharmacie..y a qu'un pas (en fait plusieurs)... | Scoop.it
Le marché de l'e-santé peine à décoller en FranceLes ÉchosDe grands éditeurs de logiciels spécialisés, comme les américains Cerner et McKesson, ou le français Cegedim, croisent le fer avec des petites PME régionales.
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Eighty Five Percent Doctors Use Social Media Professionally - |

Eighty Five Percent Doctors Use Social Media Professionally - | | De la E santé...à la E pharmacie..y a qu'un pas (en fait plusieurs)... | Scoop.it
The Use of Social Media by Physicians shows a consistently upward trend.

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A health expert at your fingertips - the latest medical apps - Telegraph

A health expert at your fingertips - the latest medical apps - Telegraph | De la E santé...à la E pharmacie..y a qu'un pas (en fait plusieurs)... | Scoop.it
Users and experts run the rule over the latest medical apps, available for phones and PCs...

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Will Boehringer succeed with Syrum? - NEWS - articles - Pharmaceutical Industry - PMLiVE

Will Boehringer succeed with Syrum? - NEWS - articles - Pharmaceutical Industry - PMLiVE | De la E santé...à la E pharmacie..y a qu'un pas (en fait plusieurs)... | Scoop.it

Will Boehringer succeed with Syrum?http://t.co/NTeFxfo2 #hcsm #hcsmeu via @pmlivecom...


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mHealth apps may make chronic disease management easier

mHealth apps may make chronic disease management easier | De la E santé...à la E pharmacie..y a qu'un pas (en fait plusieurs)... | Scoop.it
mHealth apps can help empower patients and improve management of chronic diseases like asthma, diabetes and heart disease.

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Une offre d’applications mobiles santé qui se développe

Une offre d’applications mobiles santé qui se développe | De la E santé...à la E pharmacie..y a qu'un pas (en fait plusieurs)... | Scoop.it
La généralisation de l’usage du smartphone, lié au développement de plateformes d’applications permettent le développement du marché de la m-santé, d’autant qu’il existence une réelle appétence pou...

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