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Videos Salud; repositorio de vídeos sanitarios

Videos Salud; repositorio de vídeos sanitarios | Salud Publica | Scoop.it
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Que hay en salud? Tendencias y nuevas formas de lograr mejoras sanitarias en las comunidades
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La Salud 2.0 y la atención de la salud en la era digital | Fernández Silano | Revista Médica de Risaralda

La Salud 2.0 y la atención de la salud en la era digital | Fernández Silano | Revista Médica de Risaralda | Salud Publica | Scoop.it
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Iniciativa de la OPS/OMS busca reducir las muertes maternas por hemorragias en países de las Américas

Iniciativa de la OPS/OMS busca reducir las muertes maternas por hemorragias en países de las Américas | Salud Publica | Scoop.it
Una de cada cinco embarazadas que fallecen en la región muere como consecuencia de hemorragias durante o inmediatamente después del parto
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Criterios de calidad de un articulo cientifico

LOGO CRITERIOS DE CALIDAD DE UN ARTÍCULO CIENTÍFICO Dr. Cristian Díaz Vélez …
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Criterios de calidad de un articulo cientifico

LOGO CRITERIOS DE CALIDAD DE UN ARTÍCULO CIENTÍFICO Dr. Cristian Díaz Vélez …
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Lectura Critica de articulos médicos

Rafael Bravo Toledo área 10 de atención primaria IMSALUD. Getafe, Madrid Lectura crítica de artículos científicos Centro de Salud Sector III
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Un algoritmo y el historial médico, tu próximo médico de cabecera: el caso de LABCO #eHealth

Un algoritmo y el historial médico, tu próximo médico de cabecera: el caso de LABCO #eHealth | Salud Publica | Scoop.it
A medida que los smartphones y los wearables se van haciendo un hueco en nuestras vidas, las métricas sobre nuestra salud son cada vez más...
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A medida que los smartphones y los wearables se van haciendo un hueco en nuestras vidas, lasmétricas sobre nuestra salud son cada vez más cuantificables. Y estos datos pueden ser tremendamente útiles para optimizar nuestra actividad física a medida según nuestras necesidades.

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Biotecnología | Vídeo Educativo | Debate aspectos éticos de la biotecnología | Recurso educativo 677562 - Tiching

Biotecnología | Vídeo Educativo | Debate aspectos éticos de la biotecnología | Recurso educativo 677562 - Tiching | Salud Publica | Scoop.it
¿Debemos poner límites a la ciencia? ¿Es ético pensar en crear vida artificial o seleccionar embriones para mejorar la calidad de vida? Debate en clase estos temas con la ayuda de varios expertos del mundo de la investigación.
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Coach, el nuevo rol de los profesionales de salud, como ayuda al paciente activo

Coach, el nuevo rol de los profesionales de salud, como ayuda al paciente activo | Salud Publica | Scoop.it
Hace algún tiempo en A un clic anunciamos que se recetarían apps de salud y después hemos constatado que ya hay doctores que lo hacen . En el App Date Health que se celebró anteayer en Espacio Fundación Telefónica, José Fr

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Coach, el nuevo rol de los profesionales de salud, frente al paciente activo

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Tecnología al servicio de la innovación en cuidados de salud

Tecnología al servicio de la innovación en cuidados de salud | Salud Publica | Scoop.it

Hoy traemos a Salud Conectada uno de esos proyectos que más nos gustan, porque conjugan a la perfección el uso de las tecnologías y los cuidados de salud. Además es una iniciativa a la que vas a ver enseguida aplicación directa en tu trabajo, por que destila sencillez y utilidad por los cuatro costados.


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ResearchKit, Apple's Medical Data Experiment, Explained

ResearchKit, Apple's Medical Data Experiment, Explained | Salud Publica | Scoop.it

If an Apple product is released and hundreds of people aren’t lined up outside the Apple Store to buy it, is it still an Apple product?

Yes. Yes, it is. The product I have in mind has been downloaded from the App Store and used by over 65,000 people in two months, and the results could impact us over several lifetimes.


I’m talking about ResearchKit, which is Apple’s way of letting people use their iOS devices and apps to join medical studies and send data to researchers.


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"[ResearchKit] impact on the medical community will only grow over time as more people start to understand how it works and what it does."

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It's old blood, not old bones, that makes fracture healing difficult among the elderly

It's old blood, not old bones, that makes fracture healing difficult among the elderly | Salud Publica | Scoop.it

A recent finding by scientists from the Hospital for Sick Children, Toronto, and Duke University challenges long-held ideas about why our bones have a harder time healing as we age. Their research discovered that old mouse bones mend like youthful bones do when they're exposed to young blood after a fracture.


“The traditional concept is that as you get older, your bone cells kind of wear out so they can't heal as well, and we thought we'd find that during this study as well,” explains study co-author Benjamin Alman, of the Hospital for Sick Children. “But it turns out that it's not the bone cells, it's the blood cells. As you get older, the blood cells change the way they behave when you have an injury, and as a result the cells that heal bone aren't able to work as efficiently.”


The researchers paired lab mice, one old and one young, and subjected them to bone fractures, but that wasn't all they had in common. The living animals' circulatory systems were also joined together by a 150-year-old surgical technique known as parabiosis. Scientists removed a layer of skin from each mouse and stitched the exposed surfaces together. As the animals healed their capillaries joined, enabling their two hearts to pump the same blood throughout the two bodies as a single system. Parabiosis, which has been gaining new popularity in aging research, allowed Alman and colleagues to see what impacts the circulating factors of the younger mouse's blood had when introduced into the body of an older mouse.


The experiment, published this week in Nature Communications, suggests that young blood cells secrete some as-yet-unknown molecule, likely a protein or possibly some other chemical, that speeds up the healing of fractured bone. The molecule apparently does so by regulating levels of beta-catenin in bone cells known as osteoblasts. Keeping beta-catenin at the proper levels appears crucial for the formation of new high-density bone.


This ability is greatly diminished in older animals' blood because it no longer secretes the molecule, whose exact chemical nature remains a mystery at this point. “My guess is that there are a number of proteins involved that are made differently as we get older, and that they are responsible for the difficulty in healing bone,” Alman says.


The findings could prove good news for aging humans, but healing our bones won’t require the type of transfusions used in the experiment—nor will it borrow the synthesized “True Blood” variety that may soon enter clinical trials. Sharing human blood in this manner raises a number of red flags ranging from practicality to possible medical complications.


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Evidencias en Pediatria - Enfermedad celiaca: se desvanece la posibilidad de realizar prevención primaria

Evidencias en Pediatria - Enfermedad celiaca: se desvanece la posibilidad de realizar prevención primaria | Salud Publica | Scoop.it
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State of inequality: reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health

State of inequality: reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health | Salud Publica | Scoop.it


The health of the world’s population is in a state of inequality. That is to say, there are vastly different stories to tell about a person’s health depending on where they live, their level of education, and whether they are rich or poor, etc. Monitoring the state of inequality in health takes into account the current experiences of population subgroups, as well as the trends of how health experiences in these subgroups have changed over time. This 2015 report demonstrates best practices in reporting the results of health inequality monitoring, and introduces innovative ways for audiences to explore inequality data.  Interactive data visualization components – including story-points, equity country profiles, maps and reference tables – accompany the key messages and findings of this report, allowing users to customize data displays and engage in benchmarking according to their interests. A series of feature stories indicated that inequalities in reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health persist, despite having narrowed over the past decade. There is still much progress to be made in reducing inequalities in reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health through equity-oriented policies, programmes and practices. Though the report draws on data about reproductive, maternal, newborn and child health in low- and middle-income countries, the approach and underlying concepts can be widely applied to any health 

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Health and Social Media: Perfect Storm of Information

Health and Social Media: Perfect Storm of Information | Salud Publica | Scoop.it
The use of Internet in the health domain is becoming a major worldwide trend. Millions of citizens are searching online health information and also publishing content about their health. Patients are engaging with other patients in online communities ...
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eSalud. ¿Cuestión de Proyectos o de Estrategia?

eSalud. ¿Cuestión de Proyectos o de Estrategia? | Salud Publica | Scoop.it

Creemos que ha llegado el momento de dar un paso más y de abordar la eSalud no como una sucesión de proyectos individuales sin cohesión entre ellos sino como parte de un todo, como parte de una estrategia más global que, partiendo de la tecnología, permita crear y extender soluciones para todos.


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¿Debe partir la e-salud de la suma de pequeñas iniciativas o de una estrategia global de los sistemas de salud?

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Guia practica de lectura critica de articulos cientificos originales …

Guía práctica de lectura críticade artículos científicos originalesen Ciencias de la SaludDr. Jacobo Díaz PortilloCoordinador de …
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Estas lentillas biónicas triplican la máxima agudeza visual y plantean una alternativa más a las gafas

Estas lentillas biónicas triplican la máxima agudeza visual y plantean una alternativa más a las gafas | Salud Publica | Scoop.it
Un optometrista canadiense llamado Careth Webb ha creado unas lentillas biónicas capaces de mejorar de forma notable la agudeza visual y...
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Crowdsourcing hacia la detección precoz del Parkinson

Crowdsourcing hacia la detección precoz del Parkinson | Salud Publica | Scoop.it

Max Little, matemático de profesión, nos habla en esta ocasión de cómo es posible analizar la voz en busca de indicios de temblor de las cuerdas vocales,  que indiquen el inicio de la enfermedad. Para conseguir su objetivo, se propusieron analizar las voces de miles de personas para de recolectar los suficientes datos y poder llevar a cabo la investigación. Bajo el proyecto The parkinson’s voice initiative, consiguieron captar a 17.000 participantes en tan solo 6 meses, y en un segundo estudio reclutaron a 1.000 pacientes con enfermedad de Parkinson en la red Patients Like Me.

 


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El gran potencial del análisis de grandes datos para la detección precoz del Parkinson

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En la muerte de Sackett (1)

En la muerte de Sackett (1) | Salud Publica | Scoop.it
Fallece el Dr. David Sackett, Presidente Fundador de la Colaboración Cochrane (1934-2015) Con gran tristeza se anuncia la muerte del primer presidente de la Colaboración Cochrane pionero médico, el...
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Memorizing medical content using Apple Watch and spaced repetition app

Memorizing medical content using Apple Watch and spaced repetition app | Salud Publica | Scoop.it

You can now do spaced repetition learning on your Apple Watch. The post Memorizing medical content using Apple Watch and spaced repetition app appeared first on iMedicalApps.


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Becas disponibles para estudios de posgrado en salud e investigación en universidades brasileñas | Observatorio Regional de Recursos Humanos en Salud

Becas disponibles para estudios de posgrado en salud e investigación en universidades brasileñas | Observatorio Regional de Recursos Humanos en Salud | Salud Publica | Scoop.it
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Cumbre Atlántica de Promoción de la Salud y Educación para la Salud

Web de la Cumbre Atlántica de Promoción de la Salud y Educación para la Salud
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Should Medical Students Be Using Twitter?

Should Medical Students Be Using Twitter? | Salud Publica | Scoop.it
Is it worth a medical student’s precious time to be tweeting? Don’t we waste enough time on Facebook and Instagram? Is it just another platform where we can get criticized for lack of professionalism? All of these are important questions to be asking. I learned over time that Twitter could be used as a powerful tool for the eager medical student, if used correctly.

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¿Deberían los estudiantes de medicina y otras profesiones sanitarias estar en Twitter?

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The Acceptability Among Health Researchers and Clinicians of Social Media to Translate Research Evidence to Clinical Practice: Mixed-Methods Survey and Interview Study

The Acceptability Among Health Researchers and Clinicians of Social Media to Translate Research Evidence to Clinical Practice: Mixed-Methods Survey and Interview Study | Salud Publica | Scoop.it
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