Posts Categorized: Patients

Enhanced data gathering through active collaboration with Healthcare Actors

Health professionals and ICT for Health View more PowerPoint from Francisco Lupiáñez-Villanueva

Citizens and ICT for Health in 14 EU countries: results from an online panel survey

Citizens and ICT for Health in 14 EU countries: results from an online panel survey View more presentations from Francisco Lupiáñez-Villanueva.

Social determinants of Health and ICT for Health (eHealth) conceptual framework

Lately I have been designing, launching and gathering an online panel survey to a representative sample of Internet users in 14 European countries (approximately 14,000 responses). To ground the questionnaire I have developed a conceptual framework inspired and based on the two main sources. On the one hand, the Marmot Review team: Solar O &… Read more »

Innovation, Active patients and Diabetes

Yesterday I participated in a workshop about Innovation, active patients and Diabetes. I would like to share some of the scientific references I used for my presentation Glasgow, R. E., Kurz, D., King, D., Dickman, J. M., Faber, A. J., Halterman, E., et al. (2011). Twelve-month outcomes of an Internet-based diabetes self-management support program. Patient… Read more »

eHealth Literacy as a catalyst to overall digital literacy among the elderly

Susannah Fox has invited Jessica Mark to post on www.e-patient.net: This is a guest post by Jessica Mark, healthfinder.gov and Outreach Program Manager, Health Communication and eHealth Team in the Office of Disease Prevention and Health Promotion at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services The result of this invitation is entitled Making Strides… Read more »

The Impact of eHealth on the Quality and Safety of Health Care: A Systematic Overview

In my last post about The economics of eHealth (I) I quoted OECD. (2010). Improving Health Sector Efficiency: The Role of Information and Communication Technologies. Health Policy Studies to point out that this study mentioned an absence, in general, of independent, robust monitoring and evaluation of programmes and projects to determine the actual payoff from… Read more »

Personal Health Record Seminar

On October 29th 2010 I had the opportunity to participate in the Personal Health Record Seminar organized by TICSALUT Foundation I would like to share my presentation and the video recorded. Sistema de Salud Personal e Historia de Salud Personal: ¿ciudadanos y profesiolanes en el centro del sistema?View more presentations from Francisco Lupiáñez-Villanueva. Seminari sobre… Read more »

Inverse Care Law 2.0

I have posted several times about the “inverse care law” and eHealth. Following some conversations with @drbonis and @rcofinof I have decided to entitle this post “Inverse Care Law 2.0″ to embed my presentation (Spanish) at “V Jornada de debate sobre eficacia y seguridad en la utilización de medicamentos”. Salud y participación a la Sociedad… Read more »

E-patients, Cyberchondriacs, and Why We Should Stop Calling Names – European Perspective

On August 30, 2010, Susannah Fox posted E-patients, Cyberchondriacs, and Why We Should Stop Calling Names starting a discussion about names. I think the discussion could be summarised in two main trends. On the one hand, e-patients name is still useful as a brand to spread the message of individuals utilising the Internet for health… Read more »

The integration of Information and Communication Technology into Community Pharmacists practice

Although I have not posted about Pharmacists and the use of the Internet and I have not found many research on this topic,  it’s clear that these health professionals are playing an important role in healthcare. Therefore, they also have a role in relationship with the Internet, specially Community Pharmacists, who are probably the most… Read more »