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Final report of the Commission on Ending Childhood Obesity: Asia most affected by global epidemic

Final report of the Commission on Ending Childhood Obesity: Asia most affected by global epidemic | Public Health - Santé Publique | Scoop.it

On January 25 the Commission on Ending Childhood Obesity (ECHO) presented its final report to the World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General, culminating a two-year process to address the alarming levels of childhood obesity and overweight globally. The Commission consulted with over 100 WHO member states during the course of writing this report.

The study which was commissioned by WHO, found that the number of children who are overweight or obese has risen to 41 million, from 31 million in 1990. As of 2014, 48% of the overweight and obese children lived in Asia. These children are more likely to remain obese once they reach adulthood, which predisposes them to heart disease, type 2 diabetes, and asthma among other NCDs.



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Gaming addiction classified as mental health disorder by WHO  #esante #hcsmeufr #digitalhealth

Gaming addiction classified as mental health disorder by WHO  #esante #hcsmeufr #digitalhealth | Public Health - Santé Publique | Scoop.it
LONDON - Many parents already have concerns, but some may now have a new argument for limiting their children's 'screen time' - addiction to video games has been recognised by World Health Organization as a mental health disorder.

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Excerpt: The WHO’s International Classification of Diseases (ICD), a reference bible of recognized and diagnosable diseases, describes addiction to digital and video gaming as “a pattern of persistent or recurrent gaming behavior” that becomes so extensive it “takes precedence over other life interests”.

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La nouvelle classification internationale des maladies enfin publiée 

La nouvelle classification internationale des maladies enfin publiée  | Public Health - Santé Publique | Scoop.it
L’Organisation mondiale de la santé (OMS) publie ce 18 juin sa nouvelle Classification internationale des maladies. Parmi les nouveautés attendues, l’ajout du trouble lié aux jeux vidéo à la section sur les addictions. Publiée pour la première fois sous format électronique, la nouvelle mouture de la Classification internationale des maladies (CIM-11) vient d’être rendue publique […]
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Un patient hospitalisé sur 20 touché par une infection nosocomiale #santepublique #sante #hcsmeufr 

Un patient hospitalisé sur 20 touché par une infection nosocomiale #santepublique #sante #hcsmeufr  | Public Health - Santé Publique | Scoop.it
5% des patients hospitalisés contractent une infection au sein de l'établissement de santé, d'après l'agence Santé Publique France. Un chiffre qui a cessé de diminuer depuis 2012, en raison de la résistance des Français face aux mesures de prévention et à la fragilisation des patients.

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5% des patients hospitalisés contractent une infection au sein de l'établissement de santé, d'après l'agence Santé Publique France. Un chiffre qui a cessé de diminuer depuis 2012, en raison de la résistance des Français face aux mesures de prévention et à la fragilisation des patients.

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3 Innovative Ways Healthcare B2B Companies Use Twitter in 2018

3 Innovative Ways Healthcare B2B Companies Use Twitter in 2018 | Public Health - Santé Publique | Scoop.it

The B2B healthcare industry is going through a transformation in the way healthcare providers, insurers, and life science companies carry on their online communications. 

Social media has brought a direct way for companies to communicate with their clients, potential partners, and their community, using social channels to strengthen relationships. Here are three ways healthcare companies use Twitter, the best practices they follow, and new ways they are finding to engage with their community.

1. Educating About Social Initiatives

Healthcare companies work with a fundamental aspect of human’s lives: their longevity, their quality of life, and most importantly, their hope. The ethical implications of selling life-saving drugs make healthcare companies, even b2b healthcare companies, prefer a human-focused communication style. That’s why all these companies sponsor social initiatives related to the diseases for which they develop drugs.

Genentech, a company that uses human genetic information to develop biotherapeutics, announces their collaborative pop-up store with the Living Beyond Breast Cancer Foundation and Third Bra. By partnering with these companies Genentech is reaffirming their dedication to the fight against breast cancer.

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# DYK there are many different types of # breastcancer? Today we launched a pop-up experience with @ LivingBeyondBC and @ ThirdLove to educate that # breastcancer is # NotOneType. http://ow.ly/L5tv30jxO8s 

 

 

On the other hand, Abbvie (a biopharmaceuticals company) broadcasts their concern about Chagas, a tropical disease from South America.

Gilead Sciences, a biopharmaceutical company, tweets about COMPASS, a social initiative to support organizations working to address the HIV/AIDS epidemic in the Southern United States. 

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# HIV/AIDS continues to be a public health crisis in the U.S., particularly among gay and bisexual men. This situation is most acute in the Southern U.S. which is why we launched the # GileadCOMPASS Initiative™. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2B6MUew . (Image via @ AIDSVu)

 

 

2. Fostering Culture and Talent

When people think about high tech, they think Google, Facebook, and Amazon. But healthcare and biotech companies represent a large piece of the industry. To understand their market share, in 2016 the biotech industry in its entirety received over $7 billion in venture capital funding, that’s 10% of the total $69 billion invested in the United States for the same period.

Healthcare companies have to compete in a crowded space where talent is scarce. For that reason, they use Twitter to deliver content that supports their corporate culture, such as team building activities that support their community.

AthenaHealth, a healthcare software company, shares the volunteer work their employees do in Watertown, MA.

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"Volunteering is a critical component to our success. Our employee volunteers work alongside our partners to address the social determinants of health in our communities," - @ jemercs, Senior Manager of # athenaGives. # nationalvolunteerweek

 

 

Greenway Health, a privately owned vendor of health information technology, did something similar when their employees volunteered at the American Cancer Society. 

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Some of our @ greenway team members in the Alachua, Florida office recently volunteered their time to take part in a @ AmericanCancer @ RelayForLife event in their community.

 

 

In a similar vein, drchrono, a medical platform for physicians and patients, retweet their VP of Sales and Customer Success, who’s proud of working for over 4 years for their company, something that shows how well the company cares about their employees. 

Craig Silverman @craig_silverman
 
 

@ drchrono company meeting today! My #4 year anniversary still excited about our mission to improve # healthcare # growth # Hiring # siliconvalley

 

 

3. Distributing Content for Lead Generation

All B2B companies need to generate a large number of leads to expand their sales pipeline and hit their quarterly goals. Since B2B healthcare companies have product offerings that are very complex and costly, they need to plan their sales lifecycle so as to continuously generate more business opportunities.

That’s why they rely on content marketing to generate leads. From blog posts to whitepapers to podcasts to webinars, B2B healthcare companies use content to grow.

Kareo, a cloud-based software company for independent medical practices, hosts Twitter chats to connect with their audience in real-time. 

Kareo @GoKareo
 
 

Looking forward to tomorrow's # KareoChat hosted by Tony Guerra @ Tony_PharmD. Join us at 12pm EST/9am PST!

 

 

McKesson uses Twitter to broadcast their latest blog post. 

McKesson Corporation @McKesson
 
 

One of the biggest challenges for independent pharmacies is understanding how PBMs evaluate them. Our VP of Pharmacy Performance shares 5 ways your pharmacy can earn top scores in these evaluations. http://bit.ly/2Hy2HqB 

 

 

Cerner, a supplier of health information technology solutions, highlights the value of their podcast. 

Cerner
 
@Cerner
 
 

With more and more focus on a consumer-centric health care environment, hospitals and health care systems are increasingly facing organizational and strategic changes. Listen to The Cerner Podcast: http://bit.ly/2HGWOVj 

 

 

Finally, Cardinal Health, a pharmaceuticals and medical products distribution company, shares their webinars, which in this case, is focused on attracting laboratorians—their core target audience. 

Cardinal Health @cardinalhealth
 
 

Lab pros can improve patient care while proving their value in expanded consultant roles. Learn about the growth of clinical laboratories in next week's webinar. Register today: http://ow.ly/WNCy30jjwIs 

 

 

Takeaway

Twitter continues to be a key channel for B2B healthcare. While these organizations vary in their offers and audience, they all have one thing in common: they use Twitter to connect and generate awareness about diseases, attract talent, and create business opportunities. In essence, the B2B health industry doesn’t use social media very differently than the b2c industry. They do follow the best practice strategy of considering their audience and crafting content that their followers are receptive to and engage with.


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Les Japonais doivent se mettre au régime #hcsmeufr #esante

Le Monde.fr version mobile - Le Japon ambitionne de voir sa cuisine (washoku) figurer au Patrimoine culturel immatériel de l'humanité et, il y a quelques mois, il a adressé une demande en ce sens à l'Unesco.
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Intensive lifestyle change: It works, and it’s more than diet and exercise #hcsmeufr #esante #digitalhealth #modifiedself

Intensive lifestyle change: It works, and it’s more than diet and exercise #hcsmeufr #esante #digitalhealth #modifiedself | Public Health - Santé Publique | Scoop.it
Intensive lifestyle changes that address diet, exercise, and emotional health can yield big health benefits. It’s not always easy, but it can be done.
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We are fantastic at counting the sick and the dead but much less adept at understanding the living. The role of social marketing in public health - Jeff French

We are fantastic at counting the sick and the dead but much less adept at understanding the living. The role of social marketing in public health - Jeff French | Public Health - Santé Publique | Scoop.it

Over many years public health has developed impressive data-gathering systems related to mortality, morbidity, and health sector utilization. However, we have invested much less time and effort in developing methodologies to generate deep understanding of the wants, fears, needs, motivations, and barriers people face that either enhance or detract from their ability to live healthy lives.

 

In short, we are fantastic at counting the sick and the dead but much less adept at understanding the living.  The fundamental shift from an approach through which solutions are derived principally by public health specialists and policy experts utilizing limited forms of evidence and data towards a more inclusive model that is also influenced by a deep contextual understanding of what target audiences know, believe, value, and say will help them. A more inclusive model supported by a deep understanding of the science, methodologies, and technologies could be applied to develop deliver and evaluate more successful public health programmes.

 

This fundamental shift includes the coordinated use of all forms of intervention that will help and enable people to adopt and sustain health behaviours to prevent disease, promote wellness, and reduce the impact of both infectious and chronic diseases. Social marketing’s focus on measurable returns on investment and respectful co-production of solutions with citizens is an approach that many governments and public health organizations are trying to bring about. Social marketing (read this freely available chapter) is also attractive to governments and public health organizations because of its emphasis on deep citizen insight and population segmentation, enabling the development of interventions that can respond to a broad diversity of needs of specific subgroups within increasingly diverse communities in many countries.


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Significant social media trends for 2018 for Pharma

Social Media is the most dynamic digital marketing channel that keeps evolving on macro and micro levels. Be it the advent of AR/VR or data security on Faceboo…

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#Hypertension artérielle: un Français sur trois touché par cette "tueuse silencieuse" #sante #hcsmeufr 

#Hypertension artérielle: un Français sur trois touché par cette "tueuse silencieuse" #sante #hcsmeufr  | Public Health - Santé Publique | Scoop.it
C'est la journée mondiale de l’hypertension artérielle, et beaucoup reste à faire en France. Un adulte sur trois souffre de cette pathologie soit 15 millions de personnes qui ne représentent que la partie immergée de l'iceberg, faute d'un dépistage suffisant. 

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C'est la journée mondiale de l’hypertension artérielle, et beaucoup reste à faire en France. Un adulte sur trois souffre de cette pathologie soit 15 millions de personnes qui ne représentent que la partie immergée de l'iceberg, faute d'un dépistage suffisant. 

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Il vaut mieux prévenir que guérir   #hcsmeufr #esante 

Il vaut mieux prévenir que guérir   #hcsmeufr #esante  | Public Health - Santé Publique | Scoop.it
Notre pays dépense environ 262 milliards d’euros par an pour financer l’ensemble de ses dépenses de santé (ce qu’on appelle la Dépense Courante de Santé ou DCS), et celles-ci représentent aujourd’hui plus de 12 % de notre PIB, contre seulement 7 % il y a 30 ans. Mais il est frappant de constate
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Où sera-t-on le mieux soigné en 2025 ? #esante #hcsmeufr 

Où sera-t-on le mieux soigné en 2025 ? #esante #hcsmeufr  | Public Health - Santé Publique | Scoop.it
Combien de médecins généralistes la France comptera-t-elle en 2025, voire au delà ? C’est ce que permet de définir l’outil statistique mis au point par la DREES, qui en fonction d&rsquo…

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HealthPopuli.com

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Two weeks in a row, The Economist, the news magazine headquartered in London, included two special reports stapled into the middle of the magazines. Universal health care was covered in a section on 28 April 2018, and coverage on financial inclusion was bundled into the 5th May edition. While The Economist’s editors may not have intended for these two reports to reinforce each other, my lens on health and healthcare immediately, and appreciatively, connected the dots between healthcare coverage and financial wellness. The Economist, not known for left-leaning political tendencies whatsoever, lays its bias down on the cover of the section here: universal healthcare is “an affordable necessity.” In making its case for universal healthcare (UHC), the writers acknowledge that the argument for UHC is clear, but difficult to reach. The U.S. is a special case, an outlier, the report calls out. In the “Land of the free-for-all” discussion, the section notes that, “American made a good start” toward the end of the Civil War, noting that Abraham Lincoln announced there would be services, “to care for him who shall have borne the battle, and for his widow and his orphan.” At the time, this was one of the world’s biggest public-sector financed health plan. Over time, America’s approach to health care provision fragmented by plan sponsor, whether U.S. government (which offers several flavors of plans through the VA, Tricare for active military, Medicare for aging people and Medicaid for people with low-incomes) or private sector employers, unions, and other insurance-conveners. Millions of Americans who are “insured” are now considered “under-insured,” defined by the Commonwealth Fund as people who pay an insurance premium who also spend over 10% of household income on covering health care co-payments and coinsurance percentages, and meeting deductible limits. For poorer citizens, that under-insured definition falls to spending 5% of household income on healthcare payments. “America has a version of a problem seen the world over: voluntary insurance cannot ensure that everybody gets coverage,” the editors observe. Affordability remains elusive in U.S. healthcare. Keep that in mind as we turn to the second special report on financial inclusion, which the World Bank defines as peoples’ access to useful and affordable financial products and services that meet their needs, including transactions, payments, savings, credit and insurance, all delivered in a responsible and sustainable way. Financial inclusion is recognized as an engine for economic development that helps grow the GDP, improve individual and social well-being, and build small business. When it comes to financial inclusion, don’t let the map here fool you: while the US looks to be well-banked compared with financial citizens in other parts of the world, 109 million Americans fall below U.S. banks’ definition of “prime” customers, and 53 mm people are “credit invisibles” without sufficient financial history to build a FICO score. The Economist explains: “In America the Centre for the New Middle Class, the think-tank arm of Elevate, a Texas-based onlin7e lender specialising in the “nonprime” market (not immediately creditworthy), estimates that 109m Americans are nonprime and a further 53m are “credit invisibles”, without enough of a financial history to be assigned a credit score. A survey by the Federal Reserve last year found that 44% of Americans would struggle to meet an unexpected expense of $400 without selling something or borrowing.” Digital technology is not only useful for scaling healthcare service and health literacy/education access — the mobile phone is also a platform for medical banking and personal health financial management. Back to The Economist‘s financial inclusion report: “Digital technology provides data through the apps that users download on their phones. Lenders say they can learn a lot from how, and how often, their customers use their app. Oakam, for example, offers an in-app game in which customers climb a “ladder” of client categories to earn a higher status and discounts. For people at the bottom of the credit pile, it is an apt metaphor.” Now, connect the dots, at just the top-line: The Federal Reserve survey cited by The Economist found that 44% of Americans would “struggle” to meet an unexpected expense of $400 without selling something or taking out a loan. Note the average costs for various health care services in the U.S.: An emergency room visit = $580 to $700, according to Blue Cross & Blue Shield of Massachusetts A root canal at the dentist = $762 to $1,111, according to FAIR Health A prescription for EpiPen at retail = $630 for the branded version and $320 for generic, according to GoodRx. I’ve been a regular reader of The Economist since leaving college, and it’s been essential content for me. These special sections make the case for The Economist being must-reading for lifelong learners who care about the world and its peoples. Health Populi’s Hot Points:  The titles of the two special reports could be reversed: “An affordable necessity” could correspond to financial inclusion, and “exclusive access” to the reality of healthcare in America. A common demographic underlies the covers of these sections: that the have-not’s living in developing nations — health citizens and financial citizens, both, at once — lack access to healthcare and banks. As I pointed out with the “unbanked” map, which indicates that U.S. has a lower proportion of unbanked individuals than the developing world — what lies underneath is a much less sanguine story, which relates to both personal financial and individuals’ access to affordable healthcare. These realities are intimately inter-related in the U.S.: addressing one without the other misses the point that the social determinants of health underlie Americans’ health and financial wellness.
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Au 1er janvier 2018, la France comptait 226.000 médecins en activité, dont 103.000 médecins généralistes et 124.000 spécialistes - Etude DREES #sante #hcsmeufr 

Au 1er janvier 2018, la France comptait 226.000 médecins en activité, dont 103.000 médecins généralistes et 124.000 spécialistes - Etude DREES #sante #hcsmeufr  | Public Health - Santé Publique | Scoop.it
Bien que le nombre de médecins en activité progresse, la part de généralistes stagne et les effectifs de médecins exerçant en libéral diminuent, selon une nouvelle étude publiée par la Drees.

Au 1er janvier 2018, la France comptait 226.000 médecins en activité, dont 103.000 médecins généralistes et 124.000 spécialistes, selon une étude publiée jeudi par la Direction de la recherche, des études, de l’évaluation et des statistiques (Drees). Cette hausse, qui représente 10.000 médecins supplémentaires par rapport à 2012, devrait se poursuivre dans les années à venir, selon l’outil de projections de données mis en ligne jeudi par la Drees. Mais contre toute attente, elle pourrait s’avérer insuffisante pour faire face à la demande croissante des usagers de santé.

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Bien que le nombre de médecins en activité progresse, la part de généralistes stagne et les effectifs de médecins exerçant en libéral diminuent, selon une nouvelle étude publiée par la Drees.

Au 1er janvier 2018, la France comptait 226.000 médecins en activité, dont 103.000 médecins généralistes et 124.000 spécialistes, selon une étude publiée jeudi par la Direction de la recherche, des études, de l’évaluation et des statistiques (Drees). Cette hausse, qui représente 10.000 médecins supplémentaires par rapport à 2012, devrait se poursuivre dans les années à venir, selon l’outil de projections de donnéesmis en ligne jeudi par la Drees. Mais contre toute attente, elle pourrait s’avérer insuffisante pour faire face à la demande croissante des usagers de santé.

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L’OMS reconnaît l’addiction aux jeux vidéo comme une maladie  #esante #hcsmeufr 

L’OMS reconnaît l’addiction aux jeux vidéo comme une maladie  #esante #hcsmeufr  | Public Health - Santé Publique | Scoop.it
La pathologie est définie comme une « priorité accrue » et prolongée au jeu ayant des conséquences sur les « activités personnelles, familiales, sociales, professionnelles ».
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Cancer : Les objets connectés permettent de mieux gérer les effets secondaires #hcsmeufr #esante #cancer

Cancer : Les objets connectés permettent de mieux gérer les effets secondaires #hcsmeufr #esante #cancer | Public Health - Santé Publique | Scoop.it
Les objets connectés et les applis mobiles se multiplient pour accompagner les malades rentrés chez eux. En plus de briser la solitude des patients, ils permettent... - L'Usine Santé
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Dépendance : 5,8 millions de #seniors vivant à domicile souffrent d’une limitation fonctionnelle sévère #DRESS #Hcsmeufr 

Dépendance : 5,8 millions de #seniors vivant à domicile souffrent d’une limitation fonctionnelle sévère #DRESS #Hcsmeufr  | Public Health - Santé Publique | Scoop.it
La Direction de la recherche des études de l’évaluation et des statistiques (DREES) a présenté les résultats de son enquête Capacités, aides, et ressources des seniors (CARE), portant sur les limitations fonctionnelles et les restrictions d’activité chez les plus de 60 ans vivant à domicile.

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La Direction de la recherche des études de l’évaluation et des statistiques (DREES) a présenté les résultats de son enquête Capacités, aides, et ressources des seniors (CARE), portant sur les limitations fonctionnelles et les restrictions d’activité chez les plus de 60 ans vivant à domicile.

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85.000 patients dialysés et greffés, dont 11.000 nouveaux en 2016 : un nombre encore jamais atteint

85.000 patients dialysés et greffés, dont 11.000 nouveaux en 2016 : un nombre encore jamais atteint | Public Health - Santé Publique | Scoop.it

Parmi l'ensemble des patients dialysés :

  • plus de 18000 (39,5%) ont plus de 75 ans et 5700 (12,3%) plus de 85 ans
  • plus de 16000 (35%) ont moins de 64 ans
  • dont 4000 environ ont moins de 44 ans

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85.000 patients dialysés et greffés, dont 11.000 nouveaux en 2016 : un nombre encore jamais atteint

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The Paradox of Behavior Change – Personal Growth – #hcsmeufr #esante #digitalhealth #modifiedself

The natural tendency of life is to find stability. In biology we refer to this process as equilibrium or homeostasis. For example, consider your blood pressure. When it dips too low, your heart rate…
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Michael Mosley: 'Forget walking 10,000 steps a day' #hcsmeufr #esante #digitalhealth #modifiedself

Michael Mosley: 'Forget walking 10,000 steps a day' #hcsmeufr #esante #digitalhealth #modifiedself | Public Health - Santé Publique | Scoop.it
Experts say there is a better way to get fit than counting your steps.
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Health marketing and behavioral change: a review of the literature  #hcsmeufr #esante #digitalhealth

Health marketing and behavioral change: a review of the literature  #hcsmeufr #esante #digitalhealth | Public Health - Santé Publique | Scoop.it

Abstract

Health marketing as a part of social marketing, must influence individuals, voluntarily, through various social programmes, in order to accept, reject, modify or abandon a behavior in favour of a healthier lifestyle.

Acting on individual behavior change, social marketing can influence the behaviour of those who decide public policies, with positive effects in social change. In time, in order to understand and predict a behavior, a number of theories, models and tactics were developed with the aim to identify factors and mechanisms with the greatest impact in the changing process. Cognitive- social theories proved to be more effective, because they offer guidelines for conducting research in behavioral change.

 


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Journée mondiale contre l'hypertension : un français sur trois est concerné, mais seulement un sur deux est au courant - #hcsmeufr #esante 

Journée mondiale contre l'hypertension : un français sur trois est concerné, mais seulement un sur deux est au courant - #hcsmeufr #esante  | Public Health - Santé Publique | Scoop.it
Santé Publique France rapporte les résultats d'une étude montrant qu'en 10 ans la prévalence de l'hypertension stagne toujours à 30,6% des Français, dont seulement la moitié sont diagnostiqués.

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Hier avait lieu la journée mondiale de l’hypertension artérielle (HTA). Cette maladie chronique surnommée le “tueur silencieux” touche 1 français sur 3 et constitue un facteur de risque majeur des maladies cardiovasculaires (AVC, infarctus, insuffisance cardiaque, …).

 

Environ la moitié des hypertendus s’ignorent, et ne sont pas traités, avec un diagnostic parfois tardif au stade des complications (maladies cardio-vasculaires, insuffisance rénale, baisse de la vision etc…). Il s’agit donc d’un enjeu majeur de dépistage, de prévention et de santé publique. Car on estime que plus de 10% des décès au niveau mondial.

 

La télémédecine peut favoriser le dépistage et la prévention de l’HTA, en facilitant l’accès aux soins, l’information et l’éducation thérapeutique. La pré-consultation numérique en cardiologie intègre logiquement une évaluation de la tension artérielle et du risque d’hypertension. La téléconsultation pourrait servir essentiellement au suivi, la surveillance et à l’information, couplée à une surveillance par automesure du patient. La télé-expertise peut faciliter la prise en charge des cas difficiles d’HTA mal équilibrée.

 

Pour lutter contre l’HTA, outre le traitement par les médicaments, il est important de maitriser le poids, faire une activité physique régulière et diminuer la consommation de sel et d’alcool.

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Lutte contre les #déserts médicaux: Faut-il augmenter le numerus clausus pour les futurs #médecins ? #hcsmeufr 

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Lutte contre les déserts médicaux: Faut-il augmenter le numerus clausus pour les futurs médecins?

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Lutte contre les déserts médicaux: Faut-il augmenter le numerus clausus pour les futurs médecins?
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Prise en charge des patients diabétiques : changement de paradigme  #Diabete #sante #hcsmeufr 

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Les maisons de santé pluriprofessionnelles ainsi que les pôles de santé développent de plus en plus un exercice coordonné autour du patient, en particulier quand ce dernier souffre d’une pathologie chronique. De nouveaux modes de prise en charge ont ainsi eu lieu sur le territoire national, qui combinent soins primaires classiques, prévention et prise en charge spécifique en mode coordonné.

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Les maisons de santé pluriprofessionnelles ainsi que les pôles de santé développent de plus en plus un exercice coordonné autour du patient, en particulier quand ce dernier souffre d’une pathologie chronique. De nouveaux modes de prise en charge ont ainsi eu lieu sur le territoire national, qui combinent soins primaires classiques, prévention et prise en charge spécifique en mode coordonné.

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Lutte contre les déserts médicaux: Faut-il augmenter le numerus clausus pour les futurs médecins?

La ministre de la Santé a écarté la promesse d'Emmannuel Macron de réformer le numerus clausus, alors qu'une étude publiée ce jeudi confirme que la France souffre d’une pénurie de médecins


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Alors que le délai de consultation d’un spécialiste comme le cardiologue est en forte augmentation à environ 60 jours, les études statistiques publiées récemment par la DREES montrent une augmentation du nombre de médecins à 226.000 en 2018 (+10000 depuis 2012). Mais la disparité entre médecins spécialistes (cardiologue, pneumologue, ophtalmologue...) et généralistes est grandissante. Cette évolution est inquiétante puisque le médecin généraliste constitue un pilier de la coordination des soins/du parcours de soin. L’augmentation du numerus clausus (nombre d’étudiants admis en seconde année d’études de santé) n’est pas la seule solution.

 

Le temps de travail moyen d’un médecin est de 57h/semaine avec en moyenne 33 heures au contact des patients

In DREES 2016 - Portrait des professionnels de santé

 

L’usage de la télémédecine, que ce soit en cardiologie ou dans toute autre spécialité, pourrait améliorer la coordination des soins et la prise en charge des patients. Outre la télésurveillance des maladies chroniques (comme l’insuffisance cardiaque, l’hypertension artérielle…), l’usage de la téléconsultation et de la télé-expertise pourrait lutter efficacement contre les désert médicaux, augmenter le temps médical disponible, améliorer le suivi et la prévention.

 

Repenser les rôles des professionnels de santé est indissociable de l’évolution de la e-santé et de ses usages.

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La preuve en est faite : la durée de vie est liée à la qualité de l’alimentation

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On sait depuis presque un siècle que le fait de réduire l’apport calorique global chez les mammifères permet d’allonger sensiblement leur durée de vie, sans qu’on n’en comprenne exactement toutes les raisons. De nombreuses études chez l'animal ont montré qu'une restriction calorique allonge l
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