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Consenting non-technical skills in chronic care healthcare professionals: applying health consensus in collective self-assessment

Author
Martí, T.; Monguet, J.M.; Trejo, A.; Ecarrabill, J.
Type of activity
Presentation of work at congresses
Name of edition
Collective Intelligence 2015
Date of publication
2015
Presentation's date
2015-06-01
Book of congress proceedings
Collective Intelligence 2015: Santa Clara, California: May 31 – June 2, 2015: proceedings book
First page
1
Last page
4
Repository
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Abstract
Our ageing populations have changed the epidemiology our health care services currently face. Chronic care, complex and frail patients require a different care approach based on preventive activities and care follow-up by multidisciplinary teams. Healthcare has been traditionally based in face-to-face encounters between the patient and the healthcare provider. Collaboration of healthcare professionals remained for those activities such as emergencies and surgical procedures. This is probably the...
Citation
Martí, T., Monguet, J.M., Trejo, A., Ecarrabill, J. Consenting non-technical skills in chronic care healthcare professionals: applying health consensus in collective self-assessment. A: Collective Intelligence Conference. "Collective Intelligence 2015: Santa Clara, California: May 31 – June 2, 2015: proceedings book". Santa Clara, California: 2015, p. 1-4.
Keywords
Collective Intelligence, Real Time Delphi
Group of research
LAM - Multimedia Applications and ICTs Laboratory

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