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Trends in Citations to Books on Epidemiological and Statistical Methods in the Biomedical Literature

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Reviewing the Literature for Epidemiological Trends of Dengue Disease: Introduction to a Series of Seven National Systematic Literature Reviews

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PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases is an open-access journal publishing peer-reviewed research on the world\'s most neglected tropical diseases, such as elephantiasis, river blindness, leprosy, hookworm, schistosomiasis, and African sleeping sickness
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Epidemiological Trends of Dengue Disease in Thailand (2000–2011): A Systematic Literature Review

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PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases is an open-access journal publishing peer-reviewed research on the world\'s most neglected tropical diseases, such as elephantiasis, river blindness, leprosy, hookworm, schistosomiasis, and African sleeping sickness
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How Doctors Improve Health Via 'Disruptive Technology'

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From electronic health records and telemedicine to "internet-driven physical therapy," Dr. Richard Rothman, founder of the Rothman Institute, says providers of medical care are embracing the promise of the digital age. In an interview at the 2014 Forbes Healthcare Summit, Rothman talks about how a health care system with more than [...]
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Study: Sugary sodas linked to accelerated aging

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It may make it harder for your cells to regenerate, according to a study published in American Journal of Public Health.
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Alertas de seguridad de fármacos, buen ejemplo de content curation | Los Content Curators

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El 40 por ciento de los adultos mayores reportan tener una discapacidad: MedlinePlus

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GuíaSalud. Guías de Práctica Clínica en el Sistema Nacional de Salud - Novedades. Actualidad. GuíaSalud - Biblioteca

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Las TIC en el combate de las enfermedades desatendidas: una visión latinoamericana

Las TIC en el combate de las enfermedades desatendidas: una visión latinoamericana | Salud Publica | Scoop.it
Fundación Telefónica canaliza la Acción Social y Cultural del Grupo Telefónica y está presente en Argentina, Brasil, Chile, Colombia, Ecuador, España, México, Perú y Venezuela. Aunque la actuación de la Fundación es local en todos y cada uno de estos paises, su enfoque es global, y si bien las Fundaciones han sido constituidas de acuerdo con las legislaciones respectivas de cada país, todas ellas comparten una misma visión, objetivos y métodos de trabajo
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¿Cómo integrar la tecnología 'wearable' en el tratamiento de la obesidad infantil?

¿Cómo integrar la tecnología 'wearable' en el tratamiento de la obesidad infantil? | Salud Publica | Scoop.it
Ante el elevado porcentaje de niños que padecen obesidad o sobrepeso en nuestro país y la escasa eficacia de la mayoría de los programas existentes para erradicarla, el Hospital Sant Joan de Déu ha puesto en marcha el proyecto Prevengo, un programa que busca motivar a los menores y a sus familiares para que lleven a cabo un cambio de hábitos a base de retos como llegar andando a París y de otras dinámicas lúdicas.

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La apnea del sueño podría afectar los niveles de aptitud física aeróbica: MedlinePlus

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Reloj medidor de glucosa no invasivo... y español

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imasD Health es un smartwatch reloj medidor de glucosa no invasivo y múltiples datos biométricos desarrollado por imasD Tecnología.

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Uno de los wearables que se presentan con un mayor potencial de impacto para mejorar la calidad de vida de personas con diabetes.

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El Rincón de Sergarlo: Cómo un profesor puede enseñar a sus alumnos vía Facebook

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How to Make Epidemiological Training Infectious

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PLOS Biology is an open-access, peer-reviewed journal that features works of exceptional significance in all areas of biological science, from molecules to ecosystems, including works at the interface with other disciplines.
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From Re-Emergence to Hyperendemicity: The Natural History of the Dengue Epidemic in Brazil

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Libertador acumula 5.842 casos de dengue en 2014

Libertador acumula 5.842 casos de dengue en 2014 | Salud Publica | Scoop.it
A tres semanas de culminar el año, y ocho boletines epidemiológicos por publicar, 2014 se vislumbra como el período con más casos de dengue en los últimos cuatro años, con un registro nacional de 75.020 personas hasta la semana número 44, que va (...)
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Ex-Google Executive Launches Digital Health Start-Up To Fight Chronic Disease

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It’s a common story. A bruising encounter with disease or the health care system spurs an entrepreneur to come up with a solution. Stephanie Tilenius watched her father struggle during his lifetime with obesity, before succumbing to a heart attack. A consultation with a Mayo Clinic or Cleveland Clinic physician [...]
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Ebola spreading intensely in Sierra Leone, global toll rises: WHO - About Health Degrees

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The death toll from the Ebola epidemic has risen to 6,070 out of 17,145 cases as of Nov. 30, and the virus continues to spread intensely across Sierra Leone, the World Health Organization (WHO) said on Wednesday.

Sierra Leone recorded 537 new Ebola cases in the week to Nov. 30, against 385 the previous week, the WHO said in its latest update.



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TIC para mostrar cómo luchan los científicos contra el Ébola

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¿Qué es el Ébola? Propuesta TIC educativa con ‘Laboratorio virtual en investigación biomédica’ y otros recursos para la clase de Naturaleza y Salud.
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Tener una mejor dieta y hacer ejercicio puede prevenir la diabetes en ambos sexos, según un estudio: MedlinePlus

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La vacuna Salk contra la poliomielitis: un milagro médico cumple los 60 años: MedlinePlus

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How Mendeley Helps PhD Students Become Successful Scientists

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I believe it's important to find a reference manager that fits your working style. Most university libraries teach and support Endnote because it was one of the first to market. Many people end up ...

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Canada : More doctors using electronic records (survey)

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TORONTO – Long reliant on paper-based patient files, the majority of Canadian doctors have now moved firmly into the 21st century, using electronic medical records and other forms of information technology to run their practices, a survey has found.

The 2014 National Physician Survey shows 75 per cent of doctors across the country report using electronic records to enter or retrieve clinical patient notes on a laptop or desktop computer, triple the percentage that had gone digital in 2007.

 

“I think physicians have wanted to be in the 21st century, but the reality is it’s not a case of flipping a switch,” said Dr. Garey Mazowita, president of the College of Family Physicians of Canada, which administers the survey with two other doctors groups.

“A physician who’s had a long-standing paper-based practice, you have to face the challenge of scanning and digitizing what night be 2,000 charts, with pages and pages of information and entering the information into the correct field,” said Mazowita, who practises in Vancouver. “And these are docs who are already working in excess of 50, often 60 hours a week.”

“It’s just inherently not an easy journey to make the transition.”

Physicians in Alberta, British Columbia and Ontario were the most likely to use electronic records, while Quebec doctors were the least likely, the survey found.

About 65 per cent of physicians reported seeing better or much better quality of care since the implementation of electronic records, a rise of nine percentage points from a year ago.

The benefits most often cited were the ability to get lab results more quickly and to access a patient’s chart remotely, as well as being alerted to potential medication warnings or adverse drug interactions.

Digital record-keeping and being connected electronically to hospitals and labs can now tell a family physician whether a patient has been to a walk-in clinic, seen a specialist or been admitted to or discharged from hospital — a system that didn’t exist before.

“And now, particularly with the family doctors who are completely paper-free, really you’ve ideally got all of that information at your fingertips,” Mazowita said.

Dr. Cindy Forbes, a family doctor in Fall River, N.S., has been using electronic medical records for about eight years, and said going digital has improved quality of care for her patients.

“There’s much better access to patient information like test results, lab results,” said Forbes, president-elect of the Canadian Medical Association (CMA). “You get them back much faster, so we can diagnose and treat patients much more quickly.

“I can’t even tell you the difference it’s made for me in regards to retrieval of information, legibility of information — if you’re reading other doctors’ notes. There was a time when I used to have to leaf through an inch or two of paper files to see what tests patients might have had or operations they may have had in the past. And now with a couple of clicks of the mouse, I can see their history back at least to the eight years I’ve had the computer app.

“So that is a huge difference.”

Being digitally connected enables the family doctor, specialists and hospital physicians all to access a patient’s medical records, thereby preventing duplications of tests and saving time and costs to the health-care system, she said. “There was a time when a test might have been repeated because they didn’t have the results in front of them.”

However, doctors in the survey also identified challenges in accessing information through a digital system: 52 per cent reported technical glitches, 46 per cent had issues with compatibility with other systems, and 26 per cent complained about firewall or security problems.

“There’s this constant game of catch-up being played as the technology evolves,” said Mazowita. “So the whole thing is a bit of a moving target, but we’re definitely seeing movement forward.”

More than 10,000 physicians responded to the online survey, which is also administered by the CMA and the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Canada.

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The consequences of climate change on Dengue fever distribution

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Changing habitats resulting from climate change mean that certain diseases may find homes in new countries, Dengue fever may be one such vector-borne disease | Research published by BioMed Central
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Free Technology for Teachers: How the Human Heart Works - A Video, an Animation, and an App

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