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eHealth Promotion: Social media "Patient included"

#e-HealthPromotion: social media “Patient included” Giuseppe Fattori Laboratorio promozione della salute: organizzazione, nuovi media, indicatori.

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How Twitter Is Studied in the Medical Professions: A Classificatio of Twitter Papers Indexed in PubMed

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Dr. Twitter for public health NPIN

Social Media e Salute: è possibile usare questi strumenti per la promozione della salute e per la condivisione e diffusione di informazioni? Partendo dalle linee guida proposte dal NPIN (National Prevention Information Network) del CDC di Atlanta, viene presentata una versione italiana sui possibili impieghi di Twitter nel campo della salute.
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10 Reasons why any doctor should explore social media

10 Reasons why any doctor should explore social media | FIASO | Scoop.it

 Introduction 

Should you have a strong social media presence? I am going to give you ten reasons why I think you need one. Social media provides an opportunity to publish your thoughts and ideas and to share your experiences without having to go through a middleman. And many people are taking advantage of this. Globally half a billion tweets are posted every day. (1) Surely it must be possible to find something of value that could make it worthwhile for a doctor to start exploring these spaces? It is not nearly as difficult as you might think, because these pieces of information are not just floating unconnected to each other; they are disseminated and linked to through networks of your peers.Developing networks, and figuring out who and what to pay attention to, are some of the key learning skills we need in the twenty-first century. (2) I will convince you that it is worth developing these skills.

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Why the Internet cannot replace a doctor |

Why the Internet cannot replace a doctor | | FIASO | Scoop.it

If you read some of the stories online you would thing that eventually patients won’t need health care professionals, they will be to do everything online with the help of the Internet and mobile apps.   Frankly that is a load of garbage and biopharma should not reach for the hyped golden carrot.

In this day and age of limited time with doctors coupled with ample opportunity to google anything, the temptation for people to reach their own conclusions about their illness is strong.   Spend enough time searching the internet for any given symptom and you’ll eventually end up with grave prognosis. Easy access to information does not negate the need for a professional opinion.

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Medicina 2.0: come il web trasforma il rapporto tra medico digitalizzato e paziente informato

I social network si rivelano un eccellente strumento di diffusione dell'informazione. Su “Facebook” o “Twitter” l'informazione rimbalza attraverso le reti di amicizie e si propaga velocemente. La tesi di laurea della Dott.ssa Anna Trombini, Corso di Laurea in Sc. Della Comunicazione Pubblica, Sociale e Politica, dell'Università di Bolognamira a capire come il medico reagisce di fronte al paziente informato e all'avvento delle nuove tecnologie e cerca di comprendere quanto e come queste ultime trovano spazio nello svolgimento concreto della professione. 
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Internet non esiste (più). A che cosa diciamo di no quando pensiamo di rifiutare una tecnologia?

A che cosa diciamo di no quando pensiamo di rifiutare una tecnologia?
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In Search of a Few Good Apps

In Search of a Few Good Apps | FIASO | Scoop.it
mHealth apps are mobile device applications intended to improve health outcomes, deliver health care services, or enable health research.1 The number of apps has increased substantially, and more than 40 000 health, fitness, and medical apps currently are available on the market.2 Because apps can be used to inexpensively promote wellness and manage chronic diseases, their appeal has increased with health reform and the increasing focus on value. The bewildering diversity of apps available has made it difficult for clinicians and the public to discern which apps are the safest or most effective.
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Osservatorio ICT in Sanità - Innovazione Digitale in Sanità: l'ICT non basta!

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Laboratorio FIASO - Promozione della salute: organizzazione, indicatori, nuovi media.

Health promotion, promozione della salute, social media,
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e-Patient Manifesto: “Patients Included” |

e-Patient Manifesto: “Patients Included” | | FIASO | Scoop.it
In 1517, Martin Luther nailed his “Ninety-Five Theses” to the wooden doors of Wittenberg Cathedral, sparking a global reformation of the Christian faith
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The Cochrane Library: Web 2.0 & phisical activity

The Cochrane Library: Web 2.0 & phisical activity | FIASO | Scoop.it

Svolgere attività fisica in quantità insufficiente comporta un aumento del rischio di malattie croniche, di problemi fisici e mentali. La pratica di un’attività fisica regolare dovrebbe essere un obiettivo per tutti gli adulti e può produrre benefici sia sul piano sociale, fisico ed emozionale.

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What if Dr House used Twitter? Bertalan Mesko at TEDxNijmegen 2013

What if Dr House used Twitter? Bertalan Mesko at TEDxNijmegen 2013 | FIASO | Scoop.it
Bertalan Meskò: social media health Bertalan (Berci) is a geek. He is a medical futurist who started out being a project leader of 'personalised medicine thr...
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Social media per la salute

Presentazione per incontro FIASO del 14 Maggio 2014 su social media, salute, pensata per medici.
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Has industry co-opted patient engagement?

Has industry co-opted patient engagement? | FIASO | Scoop.it
 Patients Like Me, a popular, for-profit, online patient community. Patients Like Me makes its money by selling health data gathered from its patient member profiles 
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Andrea Robotti's curator insight, July 3, 2014 10:43 AM

Una delle principali ripercussioni markettare della promettente frontiera degli user-generated contents potrebbe esser proprio la possibilità che le piattaforme dove i pazienti si recano per condividere le proprie esperienze, raccolgano i loro profili al momento dell'iscrizione e li possano rivendere a terze parti.

Alcune domande al riguardo mi vengono fuori spontaneamente:


La riteniamo un'eventualità eticamente ammissibile?


Quanto reale è il rischi che nascano delle realtà con finalità esclusivamente speculative? 


Come è possibile difendersi? 


Potrebbe essere quella del social login una alternativa percorribile per spingere questi siti web a fornire le giuste garanzie in termini di privacy e proprietà esclusiva dei dati?

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Social media: the way forward or a waste of time for physicians? - M DeCamp - AM Cunningham

Social media is everywhere; its use has grown exponentially over recent years. The prevalence of these outlets for communication raises some interesting an...
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Mapping Physician Twitter Networks: Describing How They Work as a First Step in Understanding Connectivity, Information Flow, and Message Diffusion

Mapping Physician Twitter Networks: Describing How They Work as a First Step in Understanding Connectivity, Information Flow, and Message Diffusion | FIASO | Scoop.it
Conclusions: To increase the dissemination potential, medical groups should develop a more cohesive community of shared followers. Tweet content must be engaging to provide a hook for retweeting and reaching potential audience. Next steps call for content analysis, assessment of the behavior and actions of the messengers and the recipients, and a larger-scale study that considers other medical groups using Twitter.
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Health Online 2013.The internet is a de facto second opinion – and even first opinion – for many people

One in three U.S. adults say that at one time or another they have gone online specifically to try to figure out what medical condition they or someone else might have. And yet medical professionals are still most people’s top choice when they are...
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Twitter - grammatica, contenuti, tecniche di gestione e analisi dei dati

Twitter: come funziona, quali risultati consente di ottenere, come usarlo per promuovere una causa, come misurare i risultati del proprio lavoro.
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The Information Diet

http://informationdiet.com -- Introduction to the concepts behind The Information Diet, a new book by Clay Johnson. The Information Diet makes the case that ...

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Twitter = Quitter? An Analysis of Twitter Quit Smoking Social Networks

A total of 153 activated Twitter quit smoking social network accounts were identified with a median of 155 followers and 82 total tweets per account; 49% of accounts had >100 tweets. Nearly half of the accounts (48%) linked to commercial sites for quitting smoking, 43% had tweets on e-cigarettes, and 26% posted automatic
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Information diet

INFORMATION DIET LucaConti @pandemia Perugia #ijf14 – 30 Aprile 2014

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Social Media e Promozione della Salute: linee guida sull'impiego di Facebook

Social Media e Salute: partendo dalle linee guida proposte dal NPIN (National Prevention Information Network) del CDC di Atlanta, sono presentati i possibili impieghi del social media più diffuso in Italia, Facebook, nel campo della salute.
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Twitter & Health Promotion

Evaluating Social Media’s Capacity to Develop EngagedAudiences in Health Promotion Settings: use of TwitterMetrics as a Case Study.Brad L. Neiger, Rosemary Th

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