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Marketing Sociale - Newsletter 130
Twitter can help doctors understand patients better: Study
Today, 9:12 PM
Using Twitter can help physicians answer health queries from their patients in a better way, say researchers from University of British Columbia (UBC).
Health Promotion: Planning & Strategies: Jackie Green, Keith Tones, Ruth Cross, James Woodall
February 17, 9:21 AM
The definitive text on health promotion, this book covers both the knowledge-base and the process of planning, implementing and evaluating successful health promotion programmes. This new edition features a companion website developed with an international team of contributors to support teaching and enhance learning. The website provides: * 14 new and original international case studies of health promotion in action * Example discussion questions to encourage critical reflection in seminars and assessments * Free SAGE journal articles which support evidence-based learning. Recent developments are covered throughout this third edition on topics such as asset-based approaches, mental health promotion and the use of social media in promoting health.
Guide to Writing for Social Media - CDC
Today, 7:47 PM
This toolkit was developed by the Electronic Media Branch, Division of News and Electronic Media, Office of the Associate Director of Communication at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). It was designed to provide guidance and to the share lessons learned in more than three years of integrating social media into CDC health communication campaigns, activities and emergency response efforts. In this guide, you will find information to help you get started using social media—from developing governance to determining which channels best meet your communication objectives to creating a social media strategy.
Health 1.0, 2.0, 3.0: today’s flow of information has changed what’s possible
Today, 5:01 PM
This 51 second animation accompanies my article last week in the BMJ, “From Patient Centred to People Powered: Autonomy on the Rise.” The video expresses, concisely, a slide that for years I’ve presented in 3-5 minutes. It’s an idea first published back in 2010 by Lucien Engelen, during the same time period when he was preparing for the TEDx Maastricht event in April 2011 where I spoke. It shows how the flow of valuable information has changed, which makes new things possible, as in all other parts of life.
Génération Z : un cerveau hyperconnecté à éduquer
Today, 8:44 PM
(AFP) - La génération Z, qui a grandi avec les jeux vidéo et les téléphones portables, a gagné des aptitudes cérébrales en termes de vitesse et d’automatismes, au détriment parfois du raisonnement et de la maîtrise de soi, explique le professeur ...
Is it OK for doctors to 'google' patients?
Today, 7:48 PM
It's something we do to job applicants, first dates, former lovers and the quiet co-worker in the next cubicle. The practice of “googling” others for professional reasons or out of personal curiosity is
Mercuriale 2015 - Attività fisica e salute: nuovi bisogni, strategie e ambiti di intervento
Today, 9:30 PM
13 gennaio 2015 - Il VII corso “Girolamo Mercuriale”, organizzato dalla Regione Emilia-Romagna per i prossimi 19 e 20 febbraio a Bologna, cade proprio nel periodo in cui le Regioni stanno elaborando i Piani della prevenzione 2015-2018. È questo uno dei motivi per cui le sessioni della manifestazione sono dedicate alle differenti età della vita, in modo tale da approfondire – per ogni fase – i bisogni di salute, le patologie emergenti, i setting più importanti e le migliori strategie per raggiungere quella specifca popolazione target.
Guida per affrontare le disuguaglianze di salute
Today, 5:03 PM
Ma perché gli italiani non fanno il test Hiv?
Today, 9:01 PM
Da circa dieci anni, in Italia non varia il numero delle nuove diagnosi di Hiv: ogni anno sono circa 4.000. Nel 2013, per l’esattezza, a 3.806 persone è stata diagnosticata l’infezione. Oltre la metà
Binge-drinking falls in young adults
Today, 8:56 PM
Binge-drinking among young adults in Britain is continuing to fall, figures from the Office for National Statistics show.
How Scientists Engage the Public
Today, 9:16 PM
Most scientists (87%) believe it is important to participate in public policy debates. Almost half use social media to discuss or follow science, and nearly a quarter blog about science and research.
Australia's Biggest Killer - YouTube
Today, 9:10 PM
It’s widely known Australia’s wildlife can be dangerous, but there is an even bigger killer in most households that many of us are unaware of its devastating...