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  • Using a Theoretical Framework to Investigate Whether the HIV/AIDS Information Needs of the AfroAIDSinfo Web

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    Van Zyl H, Kotze M, Laubscher R. Using a Theoretical Framework to Investigate Whether the HIV/AIDS Information Needs of the AfroAIDSinfo Web Portal Members Are Met: A South African eHealth Study. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Healht; [2014].

    Available at: http://bit.ly/1jHXxEK

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  • ICT for ageing well: Listen to what older persons think!

    Nena Georgantzi, Heidrun Mollenkopf, Marja Pijl and Ophélie Durand; ICT for ageing well: Listen to what older persons think! Brussels: European Union Commission; [2014].

    Introduction:
    “This publication presents the outcomes of a small qualitative study that took place in the frame of the European Union-funded Home Sweet Home project. It aims at shedding the light to barriers and enablers for the acceptance of new technologies that are introduced to help older persons live autonomously and manage better their health. It is written from the perspective of older persons who use technologies in their everyday living and it is addressed to all the stakeholders who are involved in the development and deployment of such

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  • eHealth projects - Research and Innovation in the field of ICT for Health and Wellbeing: an overview

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    European Commission; eHealth projects - Research and Innovation in the field of ICT for Health and Wellbeing: an overview. Brussels: European Commission; [April 2014]

    Available at: http://bit.ly/1iDJ9xt

    Introduction:
    “Improving healthcare through ICT:Our research and innovation turns the future of care into the present. What have the best brains of Europe come up with to improve healthcare with the help of Information and Communication Technology (ICT)? This document offers an overview of the most current (on-going or recently finished) European funded projects in the field of ICT for health and wellbeing ('eHealth').

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  • Case Study - CE: Telehealth: A Case Study in Disruptive Innovation

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    Grady, Janet Dr PH, Telehealth: A Case Study in Disruptive Innovation. New York: American Journal of Nursing; [April 2014].

    Available at: http://bit.ly/1iAj8Qv

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  • Public eHealth as a Priority in the Caribbean Region: A Synopsis from the eSAC Caribbean Webinar Series (March 2014)

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    Julian, Soroya (2014). Public eHealth as a Priority in the Caribbean Region: A Synopsis from the eSAC Caribbean Webinar Series. eSAC Project, Jamaica

    How do marginalized in the Caribbean use Information and Communication Technology (ICT) for public health? What are some examples of public ehealth projects in the Caribbean? What are the steps for ehealth policy in the Caribbean region?

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  • Tweetchat #diabetesLA

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    Tomado de: http://www.educadies.com/2014/04/28/que-es-eso-de-un-tweetchat-diabetesla/

    La propuesta es muy sencilla, este tweetchat es una invitación abierta (todo aquel interesado en participar es bienvenid@) para conversar sobre cómo se viven las diabetes (tipo 1, tipo 2, gestacional, etc.) en Latinoamérica en idioma español. Si quieres conocer más sobre su origen consulta el blog oficial de #diabetesLA.

    ¿Cuándo?

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    http://www.educadies.com/
  • The Global Information Technology Report 2014

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    Beñat Bilbao-Osorio, Soumitra Dutta,Bruno Lanvin; The Global Information Technology Report 2014. New York: World Economic Forum; [2014]

    Available online at: http://bit.ly/1kck1KJ

    Executive Summary

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  • Alfabetización en Salud. De la información a la acción.

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    Basagoiti I. Alfabetización en salud. De la información a la acción [pdf]. Valencia: ITACA/TSB; 2012. ISBN: 978-84-695-5267-4 Disponible en http://www.salupedia.org/alfabetizacion/

    Disponible en: http://bit.ly/S5RfFa

    “(…)En los últimos años, Internet, y en concreto las herramientas sociales, están posibilitando un cambio conceptual en la forma en que profesionales de la salud y pacientes nos comunicamos y actuamos en el amplio escenario de la salud. Y, más allá, que los flujos de información entre los propios ciudadanos formen parte de la inteligencia colectiva y faciliten a éstos tomar decisiones sobre su propia salud, basadas en la libertad de decisión y la autonomía personal.

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  • Determinants of Electronic Health in Developing Countries

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    David Muchangi Mugo, David Nzuki, Determinants of Electronic Health in Developing Countries. Nairobi: International Journal of Arts and Commerce; [Apr. 2014]. Available online at: http://bit.ly/1jOoTGY (Article No.6 from list)

    Available online at: http://bit.ly/1jOoTGY (Article No.6 from list)

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  • Effectiveness and Cost-Effectiveness of eHealth Interventions in Somatic Diseases: A Systematic Review of Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses

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    Elbert NJ, van Os-Medendorp H, van Renselaar W, Ekeland AG, Hakkaart-van Roijen L, Raat H, Nijsten TEC, Pasmans SG; Effectiveness and Cost-Effectiveness of eHealth Interventions in Somatic Diseases: A Systematic Review of Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses. J Med Internet Res 2014;16(4):e110.

    Available online at: http://bit.ly/1fqnbsX

    “Background: eHealth potentially enhances quality of care and may reduce health care costs. However, a review of systematic reviews published in 2010 concluded that high-quality evidence on the benefits of eHealth interventions was still lacking.

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Projetos
Tweetchat #diabetesLA mai 2, 2014
Soy Salud dez 17, 2013
eMocha dez 16, 2013
Deja de Fumar Perú dez 14, 2013