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Scacco matto alla malattia renale, al via la campagna di comunicazione web per la riduzione del consumo di sale. | ANED

Sorgente: Scacco matto alla malattia renale, al via la campagna di comunicazione web per la riduzione del consumo di sale. | ANED

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National Chronic Kidney Disease Fact Sheet, 2017 – kidney_factsheet.pdf

Sorgente: National Chronic Kidney Disease Fact Sheet, 2017 – kidney_factsheet.pdf

 
 

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Your Kidneys: Do You Know These Facts? – cosa sapete del rene?

Sorgente: Your Kidneys: Do You Know These Facts? – The National Kidney Foundation

 

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Thirst Tips for Dialysis Patients – La sete, il peggior nemico

Sorgente: Thirst Tips for Dialysis Patients – The National Kidney Foundation

Sorgente: Dialysis: Manage Your Fluids – The National Kidney Foundation

 

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Understanding and Tracking Your Blood Pressure – capire e controllare la PA

Sorgente: Understanding and Tracking Your Blood Pressure – Heart Insight Mag – Summer 2017

 

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Is Your “Diet” Harming Your Kidneys?

Sorgente: Is Your “Diet” Harming Your Kidneys?

In a study conducted by Dr Julie Lin and Dr Gary Curhan of Brigham and Women’s Hospital, 3000 women over 11 years were studied to see what effect drinking two or more diet drinks had on kidney function.

 

“Medspeak” can shut down effective communication with patients | #comunicazionepazienti

Sorgente: “Medspeak” can shut down effective communication with patients | AMA Wire

Sorgente: Changing Mindsets to Enhance Treatment Effectiveness | Health Care Quality | JAMA | The JAMA Network

Sorgente: The Role of Universal Health Literacy Precautions in Minimizing “Medspeak” and Promoting Shared Decision Making, Mar 17 – AMA Journal of Ethics

Sorgente: 4 reasons why health coaching works | AMA Wire

Killian and Coletti argue that physicians should make use of the Health Literacy Universal Precautions Toolkit, published by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ), to protect patients’ dignity and autonomy, manage the legal risks of misunderstandings, comply with accrediting bodies’ regulations, and improve patient safety and health care outcomes.

Because poor health literacy is often hard for physicians to detect, the toolkit urges avoiding medspeak and taking other safe-communications steps with all patients. AHRQ offers a set of 21 tools designed for primary care practices to implement the universal-precautions approach. These start with how to form a team, create a plan and raise awareness of the problem among physicians, health professionals and clerical staffers.

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