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This project has received funding from the European Union’s 7th Framework Programme for research, technological development and demonstration under grant agreement no 320021


READi presented a Poster at the 35º Congreso de la SEMFYC, 11 - 13 June, Gijón - Spain

The 11 to 13 of June Readi for Health has participated in the 35th Congress of the SEMFYC (Spanish Society of Family and Community Medicine) held in the city of Gijón, Asturias, Spain.

 

Family Medicine has been an active witness in the evolution that has been taking place in the recent interest for the incorporation of new tools for communication and information in clinical practice, subject that has been controversial about its efficiency and effectiveness and feasibility. The use of new technologies has influenced the doctor-patient relationship and requires that health professionals be prepared to adapt their communication in different nuances.

 

During the conference some roundtables, panel discussions, forums and presentations on issues related to the management of chronic patient, E-Health, Primary health care in Europe, New technologies in doctor-patient communication, etc. were held.

 

FFIS (Murcia, Spain) submitted in this congress the communication type defense poster with the theme of “The incorporation of new technologies (ICTs) in chronic diseases"; Qualitative analysis for prioritizing implementation.

 

This communication briefly describes the main results of an research conducted by the consortium that integrates Readi for Health project, in this research was performed a qualitative analysis of prioritization of needs and barriers for the implementation of ICTs in the management of Chronic Disease and describe the opinion and experience of several stakeholders (81) in the healthcare sector involved in the development and implementation of information and communication technologies in the four European regions involved in the project.


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