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IMS HEALTH LANCE APPSCRIPT, UNE CARTOGRAPHIE DES 125.000 APLIS SANTÉ

IMS HEALTH LANCE APPSCRIPT, UNE CARTOGRAPHIE DES 125.000 APLIS SANTÉ | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it
IMS HEALTH LANCE APPSCRIPT, UNE CARTOGRAPHIE DES 125.000 APLLIS SANTÉ

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Prenez le contrôle de votre psoriasis

Prenez le contrôle de votre psoriasis | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it
Qu’est-ce qui déclenche le psoriasis ? Comment réduire la fréquence des poussées ? Comment bien suivre son traitement ? Pour répondre à toutes ces question

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Big Data and the Internet of Things: Two Sides ...

Big Data and the Internet of Things: Two Sides ... | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it

What is the relationship between big data and the Internet of Thingsl? Are they related and/or are they two sides of the same coin?


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App Lactancia Materna. Asociación Española de Pediatría

App Lactancia Materna. Asociación Española de Pediatría | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it
La Asociación Española de Pediatría (AEP), a través de su Comité de Lactancia Materna, lanza esta aplicación gratuita Disponible para Android  e IOS,  con el fin de promocionar la lactancia materna...
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Making Sense of Big Data: Standards in Genomic Sciences

Making Sense of Big Data: Standards in Genomic Sciences | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it
 
 
 
Nearly 20 years into full genome sequencing, today the cost of sequencing a single genome, once a feat of only the well-funded, is ceasing to be a matter of discussion. Sequencing is merely data gathering for the biology. With this change, journals too have changed. Looking to publish scientific breakthroughs, many journals have stopped considering the sequencing of a whole genome a scientific advancement, or work worthy of publication. But as the cost of sequencing drops, the amount of data in public databases rapidly accumulates. And as with all big data, its great potential lies in its size. We need to be able to view genomes in comparison. Yet there is no contextualisation for this data: what methods were ...Read more
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Socrative: evaluando a los estudiantes en tiempo real

Socrative: evaluando a los estudiantes en tiempo real | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it

Socrative.com: herramienta para evaluar a los estudiantes a través de ejercicios y juegos. Los estudiantes pueden utilizar cualquier dispositivo (ordenador, tablet, móvil) para conectarse al sistema y responder a las preguntas del profesor, que recibirá las respuestas al instante. El profesor será el que cree la cuenta (de forma gratuita). Los estudiantes simplemente tienen que unirse a la 'sala' creada por el profesor. Se puede acceder tanto vía web, como a través de la aplicación específica para iPad, App Profesor, App Alumno.

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BiomedExperts: Scientific Social Networking

BiomedExperts: Scientific Social Networking | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it
BiomedExperts is a scientific social network where you can research, collaborate, and connect with researchers and medical experts worldwide. Join now for free!

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World Library of Science (WLoS): la biblioteca científica mundial

World Library of Science (WLoS): la biblioteca científica mundial | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it
  La UNESCO ha puesto en marcha la  World Library of Science (WLoS) con motivo del Día Mundial de la Ciencia para la Paz y el Desarrollo (10 de noviembre) gracias a la colaboración entre la UN...
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Un sensor que mide los niveles de grasa ayuda al corazón

Un sensor que mide los niveles de grasa ayuda al corazón | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it
Un pequeño sensor que puede medir directamente los niveles de grasa en las paredes arteriales podría ayudar a diagnosticar mejor la enfermedad cardíaca. El dispositivo, que puede ser alimentado a través de la arteria femoral por un cardiólogo con un procedimiento simple, podría mostrar la ubicación específica y la gravedad de la enfermedad cardiaca de un paciente.
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Digital and mobile health: can doctors and consumers get on the same wavelength?

Digital and mobile health: can doctors and consumers get on the same wavelength? | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it

PwC polled both providers and consumers to gauge their respective interests in digital health technologies. The chart illustrates that greater preference among consumers for five of the six technologies assessed, with the exception of patients doing urinalysis tests at home with a device on the phone, favorite by more doctors than patients (47% vs. 42%). Consumers prefer, in greater numbers,

Using an at-home strep test at a (retail) storeChecking vital signs at home with a device on their phone (with nearly as many doctors comfortable with this, 55% vs, 53%)Sending digital photo of skin problem to the dermatologistChecking for an ear infection suing a device on their phoneHaving an ECG at home using a device attached to a phone.


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Los hologramas en 3D dejan a los médicos interactuar con imágenes anatómicas

Los hologramas en 3D dejan a los médicos interactuar con imágenes anatómicas | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it
Las radiografías podrían ser cosa del pasado en poco tiempo. Una tecnología israelí permite a los médicos visualizar y manipular en tiempo real imágenes en 3D del cuerpo humano.

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Parece ciencia ficción, pero no lo es: Hologramas 3D para el aprendizaje y manipulación en procesos quirúrgicos.

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7 Strategies to Help Students Generate Creative Ideas

7 Strategies to Help Students Generate Creative Ideas | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it
November 18, 2014
Here is a good infographic that grabbed my attention today as I was leafing through Debra's creativity Pinterest Board. The visual features some interesting tips to help in...

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Les Google Glass réduiraient la vision périphérique ; en bref : la consommation d'antibiotiques a augmenté en France

Les Google Glass réduiraient la vision périphérique ; en bref : la consommation d'antibiotiques a augmenté en France | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it

Et aussi : de la cellule souche au neurone moteur en 14 jours ; Ebola : les restrictions de transport sont inutiles ; moins de pilules de troisième...


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Diez claves de la #eSalud en España

Diez claves de la #eSalud en España | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it

"... se ha presentado el Informe "Análisis de la eSalud en España” (2014), elaborado por Ametic, que se podía seguir con hashtag #eSalud2014 . Se trata de un interesante documento..."


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Researchers Tap Health IT To Study Epilepsy, Predict Seizures - iHealthBeat

Researchers Tap Health IT To Study Epilepsy, Predict Seizures - iHealthBeat | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it

An algorithm developed as part of a crowdsourcing competition can accurately predict epileptic seizures 82% of the time.


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LeWeb 2014: healthcare is the next big thing

LeWeb 2014: healthcare is the next big thing | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it

2015 sera l'année des applications en matière de santé et de bien-être. Tel est du moins le consensus qui prévaut lors de l'événement internet LeWeb à Paris.


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Establishing Wikidata as the central hub for linked open life science data

Establishing Wikidata as the central hub for linked open life science data | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it

"Thanks to the amazing work of the Wikidata community, every human gene (according to the United States National Center for Biotechnology Information) now has a representative entity on Wikidata. We hope that these are the seeds for some amazing applications in biology and medicine. Here is a report from Benjamin Good, Andrew Su, and Andra Waagmeester on their work with Wikidata. Their work was supported by the National Institutes of Health under grant GM089820".

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How do the lungs work? - Emma Bryce - YouTube

View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/what-do-the-lungs-do-emma-bryce When you breathe, you transport oxygen to the body’s cells to keep them working, ...
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How can clinicians actually evaluate mobile health apps?

How can clinicians actually evaluate mobile health apps? | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it
While mobile health technologies and companies offer great promise is reaching patients and consumers, perhaps the greatest challenge is quantifying actual success versus hype and simply touting the next app.

Partners Healthcare in a blog post notes that the success of mHealth platforms is increasingly difficult to gauge or is taken from a tiny sample size. Part of the issue, however, is the fast-moving world of mobile technology contrasted with the lumbering healthcare system that is often averse to change.

“mHealth represents the collision of two interesting worlds — mobile, which changes on what seems to be a daily basis, and health care, which changes infrequently, only after significant deliberation and usually much empirical analysis.”

The seeming breakneck speed of mobile technologies, and the entrepreneurs who tout them, make sense from a pure consumer point of view – get the minimally viable product out to market ASAP and see how often it’s downloaded. But that’s no so readily applicable with healthcare clinicians, at least not at the moment.
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“But does this work in health care? I’m not so sure. As clinicians, we’re trained to turn our noses up at this sort of measure of success. But maybe we’re the ones who are wrong.”

More specifically, the author notes that a recent mobile health company touted the success of its program, which wasn’t named, using a 10-patient sample size over three months. That exposes obvious issues like selection bias, regression to the mean, sample size bias and, lastly, a novelty effect.

The author posits that the reason for such a seeming disconnect between mHealth advocates and the staid clinical standpoint is not hard to figure out – lives can literally be at stake when it comes to healthcare.

“It is cliché to say it, but lives are at stake. So we’re more careful and more demanding of evidence. Is this holding us up from the changes that need to occur in our broken health care non-system? Possibly.”

So how does one design a scientifically sound trial that can keep pace with the technology?

“One thing we’ve done at CCH is design studies that use a large matched data set from our electronic record as a comparator. This speeds things up a bit, eliminating the need to enroll, randomize and follow a control group. Results are acceptable to all but the most extreme purists.”

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How Mendeley Helps PhD Students Become Successful Scientists

How Mendeley Helps PhD Students Become Successful Scientists | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it
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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AiCure adherencia a la medicación

AiCure adherencia a la medicación | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it
Han desarrollado un avanzado software de reconocimiento facial y de detección de movimiento para automatizar el proceso de DOT (Terapia de observación directa) . El software patentado, que se puede descargar como una aplicación por los pacientes en su teléfono inteligente o tableta y se despliega como un software como servicio (SaaS), utiliza la cámara web para visualmente y de forma automática confirmar que el paciente correcto está tomando el medicamento correcto a tiempo.
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MedPics : application mobile de partage de photos médicales

MedPics : application mobile de partage de photos médicales | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it
Une nouvelle application mobile de partage de photos médicales destinée aux professionnels de santé à fait son apparition : MedPics. Découverte. Aujourd'hui, de nombreuses applications mobiles pour...
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Liberada la primera gran actualización del Manual de Inmersión 2.0

Liberada la primera gran actualización del Manual de Inmersión 2.0 | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it

Tras unas semanas muy 1.0 alejados del blog, aprendiendo y conectando con personas en distintas jornadas, pero sobre todo también de trabajo invisible, ese tan necesario a la hora de impulsar proyectos, volvemos a la carga en Salud Conectada.Y lo hacemos a lo grande, porque hoy estamos de reestreno del proyecto que más alegrías nos ha dado desde sus inicios.


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Actualizado, mejorado y ampliado: Vuelve a la carga el Manual de Inmersión para profesionales de salud ¿Lo tienes? ¿Lo quieres? y a cambio... ¿Me ayudas a difundirlo?

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Online Tool from Johns Hopkins Visualizes Ebola’s Proteins to Help Find Cure

Online Tool from Johns Hopkins Visualizes Ebola’s Proteins to Help Find Cure | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it

"Researchers around the world are understandably working in haste to come up with a treatment for the Ebola infection. To help with that goal, a team of scientists at Johns Hopkins University just unveiled a free online tool that helps to visualize Ebola gene mutations and how they affect the virus’s protein structure, as well as epitopes, binding sites on the surface of the proteins".

The tool is called MuPIT (Mutation Position Imaging Toolkit) and you can play around with it here: http://mupit-ebola.icm.jhu.edu/

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6 infografías interactivas increíbles y por qué funcionan

6 infografías interactivas increíbles y por qué funcionan | Social Media, TIC y Salud | Scoop.it
Las infografías interactivas son representaciones de datos que utilizan color y recursos informativos ingeniosos para que el usuario pueda interactuar con

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