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Atlas of Risk - Health tools - NHS Choices

Atlas of Risk - Health tools - NHS Choices | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°12 | Scoop.it
NHS atlas of risk helps put health risks and death rates into perspective. Using ONS data, the NHS atlas of risk compares cause of death based on sex, age and region.
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Oxfam seeks 'new deal' on inequality from world leaders

Oxfam seeks 'new deal' on inequality from world leaders | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°12 | Scoop.it
The 100 richest people in the world earned enough last year to end extreme poverty suffered by the poorest on the planet four times over, Oxfam has said.
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L’Open ci aprirà la mente

L’Open ci aprirà la mente | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°12 | Scoop.it
Oggi giornata di quelle che torni a casa con 100 links in testa. Ho partecipato a Bologna alla prima giornata di Spaghetti Open Data: un raduno nato per sostenere il rilascio dei dati pubblici in f...
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Now available for download: The Cochrane Library iPad Edition | The Cochrane Collaboration

Now available for download: The Cochrane Library iPad Edition | The Cochrane Collaboration | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°12 | Scoop.it

We are pleased to announce that The Cochrane Library iPad Edition is now available for download in the App Store. Issues feature Cochrane Reviews selected by the Editor in Chief and specifically abridged to provide the best possible iPad reading experience. The reviews are enriched with the addition of multimedia content, including podcasts, videos and slide decks.

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Egg consumption and risk of coronary heart disease and stroke: dose-response meta-analysis of prospective cohort studies | BMJ

Egg consumption and risk of coronary heart disease and stroke: dose-response meta-analysis of prospective cohort studies | BMJ | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°12 | Scoop.it
AbstractObjective To investigate and quantify the potential dose-response association between egg consumption and risk of coronary heart disease and stroke.Design Dose-response meta-analysis of prospective cohort studies.Data sources PubMed and...
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Integrare la SDO con gli altri archivi sanitari

Integrare la SDO con gli altri archivi sanitari | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°12 | Scoop.it
Download giuseppe costa ppt documents from http://ebookbrowse.com/ at EbookBrowse.com.
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Flattening the Trajectory of Health Care Spending - Engage and Empower Consumers

Flattening the Trajectory of Health Care Spending - Engage and Empower Consumers | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°12 | Scoop.it
Engaging Consumers as Partners in Reducing Health Care Spending

Typically, consumers pay for health care in four different ways, two of which are largely hidden from view. Consumers are generally aware of how much they pay out of pocket, and most keep track of the price of their monthly insurance premium. But they are less likely to consider the income they forego to support their employer's tax-advantaged contribution to their health insurance or the amount of state and federal taxes (roughly 20 percent) they pay to support government-funded health programs, such as Medicaid, Medicare, the Children's Health Insurance Program, the Veterans Health Administration, and federal and state public health activities.

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Sir Michael Marmot on why all matters are health matters

Sir Michael Marmot on why all matters are health matters | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°12 | Scoop.it
Q&A: How social inequalities affect health and the limits of doctors' ability to fight illness
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Gapminder: Unveiling the beauty of statistics for a fact based world view.

Gapminder: Unveiling the beauty of statistics for a fact based world view. | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°12 | Scoop.it
Unveiling the beauty of statistics for a fact based world view.
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HR and social media in the NHS - new briefing published

HR and social media in the NHS - new briefing published | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°12 | Scoop.it

We have published guidance to help the NHS realise the benefits of social media and implement a more permissive approach to its use.

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Enjoying life in the face of death: East-West differences in responses to mortality salience.

Five experiments explored the hypothesis that thinking about one's own death activates thoughts about enjoying one's life as moderated by culture. Given that Eastern cultures, relative to Western ones, are more holistic and endorse notions of "yin and yang" (e.g., where "good" and "bad" coexist in all things), we hypothesized that East Asians would be more likely than European Americans to think about life and strive more to enjoy life when mortality salience (MS) is evoked.
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2012 Digital Health Funding Report by @Rock_Health

Summary of 2012 deals, companies and investors in digital health. Updated on January 8th to reflect additional funding from 2012 and a change to the largest dea
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Participant behavior and social engagement

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Evaluation of the Impact of the Image Used in a Communication Campaign to Raise Awareness about the Effects of Alcohol Use During Pregnancy†

Evaluation of the Impact of the Image Used in a Communication Campaign to Raise Awareness about the Effects of Alcohol Use During Pregnancy† | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°12 | Scoop.it
Conclusion: The image obtained a high level of visibility. It was effective in spreading the health message conveyed by the campaign, regardless of the level and kind of emotive impact evoked.
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In Amenable Mortality—Deaths Avoidable Throug Health Care—Progress in the US Lags That of Three European Countries

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7 Big Data Solutions Try To Reshape Healthcare

7 Big Data Solutions Try To Reshape Healthcare | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°12 | Scoop.it
Big data medicine is still largely unproven, but that's not stopping several medical centers and analytics vendors from jumping in with both feet.
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Evidence-based mythbusting – a foray in sports products | Evidence Live

Evidence-based mythbusting – a foray in sports products | Evidence Live | Medici per l'ambiente - A cura di ISDE Modena in collaborazione con "Marketing sociale". Newsletter N°12 | Scoop.it
Evidence Live 2013 - The most innovative talks from the leading thinkers, researchers and practitioners of evidence-based medicine. Annual Conference 25-26 March 2013, Oxford, UK
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