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Effective Dissemination of Health & Clinical Information to Consumers
by Diane Pub Co
Written in English
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Elsevier, a global information analytics business specializing in science and health, and Tencent are pleased to announce the signing of a strategic agreement to accelerate the dissemination of global health information in China.. The two organizations will leverage their respective expertise and resources to help Chinese physicians gain quick access to the world's leading and authoritative 8 Dissemination Strategy. After evaluating the evidence, recommending new clinical diagnostic criteria for ME/CFS that address the needs of health care providers and patients and their caregivers, and suggesting a new name for ME/CFS (“systemic exertion intolerance disease” [SEID]), the committee’s final task was to develop an outreach strategy for disseminating its diagnostic criteria
Publisher Summary. This chapter focuses on the dissemination of consumer health information and outlines a general model to identify the factors that lead some individuals to have a high level of interest in health matters and become regular consumers of biomedical information, while others acquire and retain little or no health-related :// Dissemination of effective interventions developed by behavior therapists is one of behavior therapy's most important tasks now and in the coming years. I argue that dissemination is timely when a treatment is supported by efficacy data from randomized controlled trials or from a
PubMed Health provides information for consumers and clinicians on prevention and treatment of diseases and conditions. PubMed Health specializes in reviews of clinical effectiveness research, with easy-to-read summaries for consumers as well as full technical abstracts critically appraising systematic reviews of health and social The National Institutes of Health (NIH) Roadmap initiative has been concerned not only with the translation of basic science into applied clinical trials, but also the process of the dissemination (also referred to as knowledge utilization or knowledge integration) of effective interventions into general practice (Zerhouni, ).
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Get this from a library. Effective dissemination of health and clinical information to consumers: annotated bibliography. [United States. Agency for Health Care Policy and Research.;] Effective dissemination of health and clinical information and research findings.
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overview David Hailey The effective dissemination of findings from health-related research – implying consideration of these findings by clinicians, policy makers, and consumers in reaching decisions – poses many challenges.
In health care, there has been Dissemination and implementation research intends to bridge the gap between public health, clinical research, and everyday practice by building a knowledge base about how health information, interventions, and new clinical practices are transmitted and translated for public health and health care service use in specific :// Systematic Dissemination Program Evaluation.
This project measured the effectiveness of strategies that were aimed to build awareness, understanding, and behavior change among audiences targeted by four projects that disseminated research findings from AHRQ’s EHC Program: National Initiative for Promoting Evidence-Based Health Information Dissemination and implementation research intends to bridge the gap between research, practice, and policy by building a knowledge base about how health information, effective interventions, and new clinical practices, guidelines and policies are communicated and integrated for public health and health care service use in specific :// The purpose of the Best Practices in Public Reporting series is to provide practical approaches to designing public reports that make health care performance information clear, meaningful, and usable by consumers.
Report 1 focuses on the presentation of comparative health care Successful dissemination of health information (including information about underutilized interventions) may occur quite differently depending on whether the audience consists of consumers, caregivers, practitioners, policymakers, employers, administrators, or other or multiple stakeholder :// Medical informatics has expanded rapidly over the past couple of years.
After decades of development of information systems designed primarily for physicians and other healthcare managers and professionals, there is an increasing interest in reaching consumers and patients directly through computers and telecommunications systems.
Consumer health informatics is the branch of medical A clinical decision support system (CDSS) is defined as software that integrates information on the characteristics of individual patients with a computerized knowledge base for the purpose of generating patient-specific assessments or recommendations designed to aid clinicians and/or patients in making clinical decisions.
1 Work on such The first White House Conference on Mental Health, held June 7 in Washington, DC, brought together national leaders, mental health scientific and clinical personnel, patients, and consumers to discuss needs and opportunities.
NIMH developed materials and helped organize the :// Dissemination of health-related information is the active, tailored, and targeted distribution of information or interventions via determined channels using planned strategies to a specific public health or clinical practice audience, and has been characterized as a necessary but not sufficient antecedent of knowledge adoption and One such program is redevelopment of a nationally recognized resource, “Making Health Communication Programs Work,” [The “Pink Book”] which comprehensively addresses clear communication and reflects the best practices of all NIH Institutes and Centers as a shared resource.
OCPL also maintains a resource Web site that includes synopses of :// Dissemination, Translation, and Implementation FY & FY - Grants Patient-Centered Outcomes Research - Dissemination by Health Professionals Associations (PCOR-DHPA) (R18) – Aimed at health professionals associations to develop dissemination programs that integrate patient-centered outcomes research into clinical practice Eligible Consumers are constantly faced with new information regarding the health and safety of their food.
However, recent evidence suggests consumers remain concerned over their food supply. Understanding current barriers to communicating the risks and benefits of food and identifying potential remedies for such challenges are the objectives of the Patients (consumers) are increasingly interested in being more involved in decisions about their health and increasingly search for online health information.
A variety of clinical decision support tools have been developed to assist consumers with everything from choosing a health insurance plan or specific treatment to learning their risk for The basic motivation of this paper is to study how web-based tools prove to be effective in dissemination health related information and quality of care to patients.
In addition, how ontology approach has been used in different ways to analyze and extract medical data. This paper is based on different :// Book.
Full-text available which is why effective dissemination of such information assumes special relevance. In public health and clinical settings insufficient dissemination of evidence DEFINITION OF TERMS. Multiple and inconsistent terms are used in the field of dissemination and implementation science (Rabin and Brownson, ).For purposes of this report, evidence-based practice is defined as the conscientious and judicious use of current best evidence in conjunction with clinical expertise, patient values, and circumstances to guide health care decisions (Straus et al.
A second factor that compounds the problem of under-utilization is access to care: there are not enough therapists trained to deliver CBTI to meet the clinical need.
In order to increase access to this effective intervention, dissemination efforts have targeted both training of additional providers and dissemination of CBTI directly to :// A study on dissemination of information about cancer in rural communities in South Carolina found the newspaper generally more effective than television or radio for almost all subpopulations studied (Cantor et al, )In the area of patient health monitoring, Sharma and Kaur () discuss how web-based tools can be used for dissemination of health related information and for providing a better quality of care