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Optimising Health In Europe Through Evidence-Based And Personalized Medical Practices: The Use Of Expertise, Standards And Technologies In Health Promotion And Preventive Medicine


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Title: Optimising Health In Europe Through Evidence-Based And Personalized Medical Practices: The Use Of Expertise, Standards And Technologies In Health Promotion And Preventive Medicine
Other Titles: A report written for the SMEC Seminar led by Professor Margareta Hallberg at the Department of Philosophy, Linguistics and Theory of Science, University of Gothenburg, Sweden
Authors: Elzinga, Aant
Bragesjö, Fredrik
Hallberg, Margareta
Hoshor, Amelie
Kasperowski, Dick
Sager, Morten
Issue Date: Oct-2011
Extent: 50
Publication type: report
Publisher: Institutionen för filosofi, lingvistik och vetenskapsteori
Organization: Institutionen för filosofi, lingvistik och vetenskapsteori
Series/Report no.: Vetenskapsteoris serie 1
208
Keywords: Evidens-based
Personalized Medicine
Expertise
Standards
Technologies
Abstract: This is the working title of a workshop planned to take place in April 2012 as a step towards developing a grant proposal to meet the criteria of an appropriate EU framework call in the area of health policy and governance. The core idea is an interest in the use of expertise, standards and technologies on the one hand and on the other hand variations in adherence of patients to prescribed treatment - typically across a number of different lifestyle-related diseases or ailments, in comparison be... more
ISSN: 1650-6499
Description: The online version may slightly differ from the printed version.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2077/27966
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