Forum "Care quality for people with complex chronic diseases: new opportunities and challenges" Presentations

last modified: 20/12/2011 17:19

Here you can find presentations grouped by author.

Jose Luis Rocha (Andalusian Ministry of Health, Junta de Andalucía) OPIMEC profile

"Improving the quality of care for people with complex multiple diseases"

 

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Juan José Pérez Lázaro (Andalusian School of Public Health) OPIMEC profile

Forum Presentation (Spanish)

 

Andrés Cabrera (Andalusian School of Public Health) OPIMEC profile

"Collaborative book on multiple chronic diseases"

 

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Manuel Ollero (Hospital Universitario Virgen del Rocío) OPIMEC profile

"Process-driven Management of patient with multiple chronic diseases"

 

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Roberto Nuño (O+berri, Instituto Vasco de Innovación Sanitaria) OPIMEC profile

"Basque Country’s strategy on chronic diseases"

 

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Richard Smith (Ovations Chronic Disease Initiative) OPIMEC profile

"Prevention and health promotion in complex chronic diseases"


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Reneé Lyons (Bridgepoint Health Hospital) OPIMEC profile

"Dealing with complexity: Bridgepoint Health Hospital experience"

 

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Alejandro Jadad (Centre for Global eHealth Innovation) OPIMEC profile

Human health in the age of social media and global telecommunications: are we ready for a Global Public eHealth system?

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Carlos Gil Galvez · 05/08/2011 11:09

Si bien es cierto que euskadi esta haciendo algo con relación a la enfermedad crónica, la gran amenaza de esta iniciativa, está coligada con la formación de los profesionales de la salud, ya que éstas enfermedades crónicas, tienen como matriz biológica, geómica, epigenómica y molestular: en proceso del envejecimiento, lo cual las generaciones de los profesionales de la salud que brindan servicios, tienen una fuerte perfil desalentador en el campos de la GERONTOLOGÍA Y/O GERIATRÍA, cual es su mayor debeilidad para poder hacer frente a la complejidad, no solo bio-fisiopatológica-envejecimiento, de la enfermedad crónica, como también su interacción con co-factores como:

.-Perfil cognitivo y conductual de los efectores

.-Sociales

.-Laborales

.-Culturales

.-Políticos

.-Financieros

.-Económicos

.-Estructurales del sistema

.-Disociación entre lo sanitario y social (socio-sanitario)

 

Médico Especislista Universitario en Geriatría, UNC

Master Universitario en Gerontología Clínica y Social, UNC