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The future of medicine is participatory

Can medicine be participatory? What can the real impact of patient’s voice be regarding treatments, clinical trials and other domains traditionally belonging to a highly specialised science? Is participatory medicine limited to e-patient’s influence, like David DeBronkhart, which is very powerful, but at the end another form to create opinion? Or to the contrary is […]

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“Medicine is not dehumanized, but healthcare yes”

The Spanish 20th Congress for Healthcare Humanization took place in a Madrid Hospital on May 27th and 28th this year. One of the most interesting speakers was Dr Concha Zaforteza, an outstanding specialist in the use of participatory methodologies for change management in clinical praxis. More about her brilliant path as a researcher and nurse can be […]

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When citizens co-design healthcare services – the case of Participle in the UK

By Kate Bagley, Participle Participle is an amazing non-profit organization that contributes in a very interesting way to patient centeredness and to better healthcare services in the British National Healthcare System (NHS) by using –as the name suggests- participation as one of the main tools. Participle’s projects have a very interesting impact in terms of […]

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