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MINEPS 2013 | Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'éducation, la science et la culture

MINEPS 2013 | Organisation des Nations Unies pour l'éducation, la science et la culture | My Health: My Best Treasures ! | Scoop.it
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Le Meilleur Pari de Ta Vie!

 Bougez et soyez actif!

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Des jeunes en pleines Santé et de ces moyens!...

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HOW-TO: Write Articles That Go Viral On Social Media [10 Tips]

HOW-TO: Write Articles That Go Viral On Social Media [10 Tips] | My Health: My Best Treasures ! | Scoop.it
What does it take for something to go viral? Have you ever written an article that got a ton of shares on social media sites?

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Anthony Burke's curator insight, March 16, 2013 6:26 AM

Pity about poor spelling - really turns me off!

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Ten Ways Patients Get Treated Better

Ten Ways Patients Get Treated Better | My Health: My Best Treasures ! | Scoop.it
From wireless EKGs to customer service, small steps aim to heal the whole person.

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Two-time Cancer Survivor's 10 Tips for the Healthcare System - Forbes

Two-time Cancer Survivor's 10 Tips for the Healthcare System - Forbes | My Health: My Best Treasures ! | Scoop.it
Much has changed over the last 20 years for people with cancer. Pat Elliott describes how far things have come for patients while also shedding light on how more improvements are still necessary.

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It’s striking that virtually all of the improvements have come from sources outside the healthcare systems. Astute healthcare leaders recognize that the next wave of improvements can and should come from the healthcare providers themselves.

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Typologie des services et sites d'informations sa...

Typologie des services et sites d'informations sa... | My Health: My Best Treasures ! | Scoop.it
Réalisée par Fabrice Vezin

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Infographic: A Tweet a day keeps the doctor away

Infographic: A Tweet a day keeps the doctor away | My Health: My Best Treasures ! | Scoop.it

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How a 15-Year-Old Googled His Way to Revolutionizing Cancer Detection

How a 15-Year-Old Googled His Way to Revolutionizing Cancer Detection | My Health: My Best Treasures ! | Scoop.it

The press has recently gone wild celebrating what seems like a fantasy wunderkind tale, that of a teenager from Maryland who on his own initiative developed a non-invasive, five minute test for pancreatic, ovarian, and lung cancer that is 168 times faster, 26,000 times less expensive, and over 400 times more sensitive than current diagnostic assays.

 

Before you call BS on this seemingly unbelievable story, check out Mr. Jack Andraka’s TED Talk. In his own words you’ll discover how Jack was deeply moved by the passing of a close family friend from pancreatic cancer, a personal tragedy that motivated him to find a way to simplify and improve diagnostics for the devastating disease. Using his “go-to” source for information, Google, Jack keyword searched his way into medical history.

 

What makes this story even timelier and poignant is how it represents the perfect storm of digital health


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Top tips: seeking patient feedback in the NHS

Top tips: seeking patient feedback in the NHS | My Health: My Best Treasures ! | Scoop.it
What can be learned from the process? Here's our experts' and readers' – suggestions from an online live discussion

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Comment la santé s’applique à devenir numérique - Presse et enquêtes - DirectMedica

Comment la santé s’applique à devenir numérique - Presse et enquêtes - DirectMedica | My Health: My Best Treasures ! | Scoop.it
RT @NumeriqueSante: Enquête à télécharger : Comment la santé s'applique à devenir numérique? http://t.co/G8EvDqWD #hcsmeufr

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Comment la santé s'applique à devenir numérique?

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Exercise Promotes Brain Changes That Can Protect Against Alzheimer's

Exercise Promotes Brain Changes That Can Protect Against Alzheimer's | My Health: My Best Treasures ! | Scoop.it
Physical activity promotes changes in the brain that may protect high-risk individuals against cognitive decline, including development of Alzheimer's disease.
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Blood Flow Through to the Brain Improved From Moderate Exercise

Blood Flow Through to the Brain Improved From Moderate Exercise | My Health: My Best Treasures ! | Scoop.it
Research suggests that it’s never too late to reap the benefits of moderate aerobic exercise.
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Mammoth_vol11_EN.pdf

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We have to understant and (Celebrate) that Men's and Women's are different. And there major ones in Mental Health!

Learn and understand better!

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Approche à la Personne Âgée en Milieu hospitalier (MSSSQc;2009)

- Documentation
Publications Approche adaptée à la personne âgée en milieu hospitalier - Cadre de référence


Je vous le recommande:  pour son excellente et impressionnante Bibliographie!  Revue des données probantes, des pratiques dans nombreux domaines touchant ce groupe d'age!!

Aussi, il est urgent que les  csss s'approprient ce document qui pourrait leur faire temps-argent, et bien-être des personnes âgées!

merci!  Le faire circuler à votre tour si vous avez aimez ce Link

Merci!

July Fortier inf. clin. spécialisée.

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Le 11 Mars 2013 :  retranscription intégrale de la page Web de l’article qui suit, sur le Site officiel du Ministère de la Santé et des Services Sociaux.  

Documentation
Publications Approche adaptée à la personne âgée en milieu hospitalier - Cadre de référence

 




Approche adaptée à la personne âgée en milieu hospitalier - Cadre de référence


Le cadre de référence Approche adaptée à la personne âgée en milieu hospitalier a été conçu pour sensibiliser et outiller les médecins, les professionnels, les gestionnaires et le personnel des centres hospitaliers au phénomène du déclin fonctionnel iatrogène, afin de le prévenir ou de l’atténuer. Après une revue de littérature exhaustive, une équipe de médecins et de professionnels de la santé s’est penchée sur ce phénomène et propose des façons d’améliorer sensiblement la qualité du séjour et des soins offerts aux personnes âgées en milieu hospitalier.

Auteur : MSSS




Créé le : 07/02/2011

No. ISBN : 978-2-550-60945-2 (PDF)

Modifié le : 07/02/2011

Publication no : 10-830-03W



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Vous pouvez télécharger ce document (3,15 Mo) de 205 pages en format PDF sur votre poste de travail.

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Indissociables du cadre de référence, mais éditées individuellement, dix fiches cliniques et 2 aide-mémoires présentent la démarche clinique structurée et hiérarchisée de l’approche adaptée.

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Autonomie - Déclin fonctionnel dans les AVQ


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L’outil de diagnostic organisationnel permet quant à lui de faire l'évaluation des forces et des points d'amélioration de l'établissement au regard des soins et des services offerts à la personne âgée.







 

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Document vérifié par la Dictée Magique 1993-2013 :  Entreprise spécialisée dans le traitement, la retranscription et dans la traduction des informations médicales :

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Merci et Bonne lecture!


July Fortier; Inf. Clinicienne Spécialisée;

  • 1995 : Techniques Soins Infirmiers
  • 2002 : Bac.Sc. Infirmières Facultés des sciences de la Santé de l’Université de Montréal!
  • Depuis ce temps là, nombreux cours de 2ème cycles ont été complétés, mon but est d’obtenir un diplôme de Maitrise dont le nom n’existe pas encore … Work in Progress!!
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Premier observatoire français sur l'usage des réseaux sociaux par les professionnels de santé

Premier observatoire français sur l'usage des réseaux sociaux par les professionnels de santé | My Health: My Best Treasures ! | Scoop.it

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Les raisons de l'observatoire

Les réseaux sociaux prennent une place de plus en plus significative au sein de la E-santé.Crezeo / SanteConnect a organisé le premier observatoire sur l'usage des réseaux sociaux par les professionnels de santé afin d'analyser l'utilisation de ces nouveaux outils collaboratifs en santé. 

Cet observatoire a pour objectif complémentaire d'accompagner les éditeurs d'outils collaboratifs pour la santé et les différents acteurs du secteur (presse professionnelle santé, établissements de soins, laboratoires pharmaceutiques, ...) à appréhender plus finement les usages et besoins des utilisateurs de ces réseaux. 

Une partie des résultats est présentée au sein de l'infographie, quelques chiffres et analyses complémentaires sont présentés

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Survey: Can Healthcare Social Media encourage improved health behaviour?

Survey: Can Healthcare Social Media encourage improved health behaviour? | My Health: My Best Treasures ! | Scoop.it

GE Healthcare recently commissioned an online survey, con- ducted by Harris Interactive, to gain more insight on whether or not social media, online communities, message boards and/or forums can encourage improved health behavior.  Twenty six percent of U.S. online adults have discussed health information online in the past 12 months and 30 percent of those have changed a health behavior as a result. Leading experts agree that social media can help improve health and while non-users are citing privacy as their top barrier to engaging further, experts caution that those who discuss health information online should be more conscious of the accuracy of information received. 

 

Insights from Consumers

The survey of more than 2,100 U.S. online adults done in October 2012 provided clear insights into how social media can affect health behaviors.

 

- Twenty six percent of online adults discuss health information online; privacy cited as the biggest barrier to entry.

 

- Eighty two (82) percent of online adults have used social media in the past 12 months.

 

- Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter topped the charts for most-used sites.

 

- Twenty six (26) percent of online adults discussed health information online.

 

 

Of those who discussed health information online:

 

- Thirty (30) percent had changed a health behavior as a result.

 

- Many said to have changed their diet and/or fitness behavior while few stated quitting smoking or changing a behavior related to stress or serious illness management.

 

- More than four in 10, 42 percent, used it to seek or post information about a current medical condition or find clinical trials on a specific condition.

 

- Nearly 35 percent used it to get or give support from/to others for fitness or health goals.

 

- Twenty nine (29) percent used it to friend/follow brands, companies, and/or organizations related to fitness, health, diet or specific medical conditions.

 

- Of note was why users said they used social media/online communities/message boards/forums for health-related topics.

 

- Nearly half, 49 percent, said it was because social media is a quick and easy way to get health information or recommendations.

 

- Nearly as many, 47 percent, said it represents a good way to get different opinions from a wide range of people.

 

 


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Interactive map of dementia prevalence and diagnosis rates in the UK

Interactive map of dementia prevalence and diagnosis rates in the UK | My Health: My Best Treasures ! | Scoop.it

An interactive map showing dementia prevalence and diagnosis rates in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland


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Mapping des services et sites d’informations pour le grand public et les médecins

Mapping des services et sites d’informations pour le grand public et les médecins | My Health: My Best Treasures ! | Scoop.it
En ce début d’année 2013, je vous propose ce premier mapping autour des sites internet et services mis à disposition du grand public, des patients et des médecins. Cette carte permet de regro...

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Echanges épistolaires avec le cancer à l’heure de la santé 2.0

Echanges épistolaires avec le cancer à l’heure de la santé 2.0 | My Health: My Best Treasures ! | Scoop.it
En 2012, les ePatients ont fait gazouiller Twitter, frémir les pages Facebook, voire vrombir quelques blogs et font l’objet d’articles ou reportages dans les médias dits traditionnels… Pourtant, le terme de ePatient est-il juste?

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Les prélèvements d'organes sur donneurs décédés après un arrêt de soin pourraient démarrer prochainement en France

Les prélèvements d'organes sur donneurs décédés après un arrêt de soin pourraient démarrer prochainement en France | My Health: My Best Treasures ! | Scoop.it

Bonne nouvelle pour les patients en attente de greffe de rein : un nouveau type de prélèvement d'organes pourrait bientôt démarrer en France et contribuer à lutter plus efficacement contre la pénurie...

 


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The Science of Storytelling: Why Telling a Story is the Most Powerful Way to Activate Our Brains

The Science of Storytelling: Why Telling a Story is the Most Powerful Way to Activate Our Brains | My Health: My Best Treasures ! | Scoop.it
A good story can make or break a presentation, article, or conversation. But why is that? When Buffer co-founder Leo Widrich started to market his product through stories instead of benefits and bullet points, sign-ups went through the roof.

Via Giovanna Marsico
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Tellement vrai! 

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Blueberries And Strawberries Reduce Heart Attack Risk

Blueberries And Strawberries Reduce Heart Attack Risk | My Health: My Best Treasures ! | Scoop.it
Eating three or more servings of blueberries and strawberries per week may help women reduce their risk of a heart attack by as much as one-third, report researchers.
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Kay Walker's comment, February 23, 2013 9:03 PM
Berries are awesome- all that blissful flavour and they're preventing me having a heart attack! I have a serve at least 5 times/week with a little Greek yoghurt. :P
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WHO | eHealth for Health Care Delivery

WHO | eHealth for Health Care Delivery | My Health: My Best Treasures ! | Scoop.it
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Selon l'organisation Mondiale de la Santé: La Soins De Santé Virtuels Ne sont Pas qu'un Mirage...!!

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Variety of Fruit Consumption Can Reduce Lung Cancer Risk By Up to 23%

Variety of Fruit Consumption Can Reduce Lung Cancer Risk By Up to 23% | My Health: My Best Treasures ! | Scoop.it
A study has shown that, in the case of lung cancer, the important thing is not just the quantity but also the variety of fruit consumed
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