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Interviews Concerning Health Politics

Interviews concerning health politics

Good health is human's most precious thing. Since that applies to everyone politics concerned with health turn into an interesting, sometimes explosive subject. MEDICA.de speaks with managers, experts and politicians about news from health politics.

 
 

Cancer: Dismissing 'trivial' symptoms could delay diagnosis

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Photo: Patient talking to a physician [26/01/2015] People who dismiss their symptoms as trivial or worry about wasting the doctor's time may decide against going to their GP with red-flag cancer warning symptoms, according to a Cancer Research UK study published in the British Journal of General Practice.Cancer: Dismissing 'trivial' symptoms could delay diagnosis - Read more

"We simply want to improve intensive care medicine"

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[22/01/2015] Something we learned from nuclear power plants: since 2010, peer reviews are being conducted in German intensive care units. These voluntary peer reviews are primarily intended to improve the quality of intensive care medicine. Ultimately, it is not just the patient, but also the hospital that benefits from this."We simply want to improve intensive care medicine" - Read more

Cardiac specialists recommend donor heart allocation changes

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Photo: Hands with surgical gloves hold a symbolic heart [15/01/2015] A group of leading cardiac specialists has proposed new guidelines for the allocation of donor hearts to patients awaiting transplant. The changes are aimed at improving the organ distribution process to increase the survival rate of patients awaiting transplant and posttransplant.Cardiac specialists recommend donor heart allocation changes - Read more

Designing effective health messages

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Photo: Cartoons showing health messages [14/01/2015] Is it better to tell people about the harms of certain health decisions or about the benefits of positive health related decisions? Studies that delve into this very question have differing results. A new paper just published by Cornell Food & Brand Lab, finds that the type of health messaging that is most effective might vary depending on certain characteristics of the target audience.Designing effective health messages - Read more

"Art and culture are well suited for all areas of healthcare"

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[08/01/2015] Theater, choir, photography – art and culture soothe the soul. Professor Erwin Wagner of the University of Hildesheim Foundation, who founded the "KulturStation" project together with the AMEOS Clinic, is sure of this. Patients and associates of the hospital’s psychiatric unit were involved in artistic activities. The goal was to improve well-being."Art and culture are well suited for all areas of healthcare" - Read more

 
 

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