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The Implementation of a Mobile APP for Cancer Care Management at the Brazilian National Cancer Institute [chapter]

Emmanuel Tenorio Cavalcante Pires, Cezar Cheng, Sandro Luís Freire de Castro Silva, Sandra Regina Gois, Francisco Santos Sabbadini, Antônio Augusto Gonçalves
2022 Studies in Health Technology and Informatics  
The app deployed at the Brazilian National Cancer Institute enables patients to access the appointments/exam booking, medication prescription, and cancer-prevent educational resources, improving self-management  ...  Mobile apps are progressively being implemented to manage chronic diseases like cancer to improve patient care.  ...  . / The Implementation of a Mobile APP for Cancer Care Management  ... 
doi:10.3233/shti210932 pmid:35062165 fatcat:pi3gxa3m2bavxocwn7oqm5ull4

Health ICT (Information and Communication Technologies) for health education and permanent education in oncology: systematized integrative review protocol

Antonio Jorge S. Correa Júnior, Nathalia Maria Vieira Correa, Tatiana Russo, Lorena Alves Pantoni, Maria Madalena Castro Souto, Camila Cury Silva, André Aparecido da Silva Teles, Helena Megumi Sonobe
PRISMA guidelines will be used to check the integrative review report; 2) search for mobile apps on Google Play Store; 3) search for patent registrations at the National Institute of Industrial Property  ...  Considering cancer patients and their caregivers, the deleterious effects of cancer on quality of life, capacity for self-care and doubts that persist from diagnosis and treatment to the scope of home  ...  Phase 3: Search for national and international patents Aiming at coverage of national patents, the selected platforms were the National Institute of Industrial Property (INPI) as in Figure 1 , being the  ... 
doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.18131219.v1 fatcat:zkyvawzes5dg7jpcmjt3skmdga

Quality and outcomes in primary health care [chapter]

2022 OECD Reviews of Health Systems  
Brazil has also implemented a set of key reforms to improve access to high quality primary health care over the past decades, including the National Programme for Improving Access and Quality of Primary  ...  Since its implementation, a growing share of the Brazilian population can benefit from free access to a community-based approach to preventive and primary health care services.  ...  In More recently, in 2015 the guidelines for early detection of breast cancer, and in 2016 the national guidelines for cervical cancer screening and a manual for quality management of cytopathology laboratories  ... 
doi:10.1787/76ab5375-en fatcat:5fv4rnjrbba3xltmmryrloncay

Viability of mobile applications for remote support of radiotherapy patients

Carlos Eduardo Cunha, Renato Fernandes, Cassia Xavier Santos, Karina Waiswol Boccaletti, Antonio Cassio Assis Pellizzon, Jeam Haroldo Oliveira Barbosa
2019 Revista da Associação Médica Brasileira  
The latest studies suggest the need for a regulation of data protection protocols to be deployed.  ...  OBJECTIVE To provide a perspective on the viability and usability of mobile applications dedicated to radiotherapy patients for remote support to health professionals proposing solutions to encourage Brasil  ...  In a national context, the Brazilian Institute of Geography and Statistics (IBGE), through their Continuous National Household Sample Survey, found that 94% of the population 10 years of age or older,  ... 
doi:10.1590/1806-9282.65.10.1321 pmid:31721966 fatcat:lmkforpuuzf23panpa6hhag5sq

Effects of a WhatsApp-Delivered Education Intervention to Enhance Breast Cancer Knowledge in Women: Mixed-Methods Study (Preprint)

Antonio Augusto Claudio Pereira, Juliana Regina Destro, Marcelo Picinin Bernuci, Lucas França Garcia, Tiago Franklin Rodrigues Lucena
2019 JMIR mHealth and uHealth  
Health education interventions based on the use of mobile technologies enable the development of health self-care skills and have emerged as alternative strategies for the control of breast cancer.  ...  The use of groups for women in WhatsApp for health education purposes seems to be a viable alternative in strategies on breast cancer control, especially as it provides a space for the exchange of experiences  ...  Acknowledgments This work was supported by a research grant from Cesumar Institute of Science, Technology, and Innovation (ICETI) to MPB, LFG, and TFRL.  ... 
doi:10.2196/17430 pmid:32706726 fatcat:reiukrtmy5ghnovqltjxn2mlhy

THC volume 35 issue S1 Cover and Front matter

2019 International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care  
The journal serves as a forum for the wide range of professionals interested in the assessment of medical technology, its consequences for patients, and its impact on society.  ...  Further, it is important to establish ties with the scholars, governments, and private institutions concerned with health care technology so that the experiences and learning of the international community  ...  Abstract Searching In National Institute For Health And Care Excellence Health Technology Appraisals.....................................................................23 OP91 Developing A Celtic Connections  ... 
doi:10.1017/s0266462319000837 fatcat:raukewctabaalp3ats2rp54icy

Menssans: app to practice mindfulness for women with breast cancer

Leandro Santiago da Silva, Livânia Beltrão Tavares, Diana Sampaio Braga
2020 Revista de Pesquisa : Cuidado é Fundamental Online  
Objetivo: Apresentar o desenvolvimento de um protótipo de software (MensSans) para auxiliar mulheres com diagnóstico de câncer de mama na realização do tratamento terapêutico com Mindfulness.  ...  Resultados: O aplicativo fornece o programa do Mindfulness seguindo o modelo de oito semanas, no qual uma sequência de materiais em texto e áudio é apresentada ao usuário para utilizar durante a semana  ...  According to the National Cancer Institute (INCA) in 2018, 59,700 new cases of breast cancer were found in Brazil. 1 When detected at an early stage, less aggressive treatment with better success rates  ... 
doi:10.9789/2175-5361.rpcfo.v12.9188 fatcat:ybxuwmf3kje67ay4rlrhwx5wf4

Healthcare telemonitoring and business dynamics: challenges and opportunities for SUS

Antonio da Cruz Paula, José Manuel Santos de Varge Maldonado, Carlos Augusto Grabois Gadelha
2020 Revista de Saúde Pública  
The development of a major project to reduce HCDST using this technology has the potential to advance in a comprehensive network of primary care, contribute to a greater dynamism of the national productive  ...  To point out challenges and opportunities for the Brazilian Unified Health System (SUS) with the use of telemonitoring to face the increasing costs of non-communicable chronic diseases, based on its general  ...  The first analyzed the acute hospitalizations (in intensive care units) of 22 patients with CNCD at a cost of US$ 66,000.00 for the entire program.  ... 
doi:10.11606/s1518-8787.2020054001996 pmid:32609277 pmcid:PMC7304882 fatcat:xdqvokrhgjgavnu4icyhpf44xe

Creating a Global Community of Practice for Oncofertility

Lauren M. Ataman, Jhenifer K. Rodrigues, Ricardo M. Marinho, João P.J. Caetano, Maurício B. Chehin, Eduardo L. Alves da Motta, Paulo Serafini, Nao Suzuki, Tatsuro Furui, Seido Takae, Yodo Sugishita, Ken-Ichiro Morishige (+38 others)
2016 Journal of Global Oncology  
Funded by the National Institutes of Health, the Oncofertility Consortium (OC) was formed to be a scientifically grounded, transparent, and altruistic resource, both intellectual and monetary, for building  ...  this new field of practice capable of addressing the unique needs of young patients with cancer.  ...  The consortium developed the Australasian Oncofertility Charter, which outlines the gold-standard model for care to be implemented at each service.  ... 
doi:10.1200/jgo.2015.000307 pmid:27284576 pmcid:PMC4894337 fatcat:zjqr3vtknveufdnmqg3yv4rnee

Healthcare delivery interventions to reduce cancer disparities worldwide

James C Dickerson, Meera V Ragavan, Divya A Parikh, Manali I Patel
2020 World Journal of Clinical Oncology  
Telehealth interventions remain an active area of exploration, primarily in high income countries, with the best evidence being for the remote delivery of palliative care.  ...  Ongoing research is needed to identify the most efficacious, cost-effective, and scalable interventions to reduce barriers to the receipt of cancer care globally.  ...  Addressing these disparities in cancer care is a stated goal of many national health agencies and international organizations, such as the National Cancer Institute, the World Health Organization, and  ... 
doi:10.5306/wjco.v11.i9.705 pmid:33033693 pmcid:PMC7522545 fatcat:ijw7hpk5qzfhtlbwvrhfsvd44m

Mobile educational follow-up application for patients with peripheral arterial disease

Cristiane Baldessar Mendez, Nádia Chiodelli Salum, Cintia Junkes, Lucia Nazareth Amante, Carlos Mauricio Lopes Mendez
2019 Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem  
Objective: to describe the development of a prototype mobile educational application for nursing follow-up aimed at patients diagnosed with peripheral arterial disease.  ...  , co-participation of the patient in the treatment, family participation, as well as planning of individualized care, and cost reduction for the health system.  ...  This is a possibility, that is, the use of applications per line of care, as advocated by the Brazilian health system.  ... 
doi:10.1590/1518-8345.2693-3122 fatcat:fwgepwnmjfdnfl63go6ncv7qsa

Global health, global surgery and mass casualties: II. Mass casualty centre resources, equipment and implementation

Sergio Aguilera, Leonidas Quintana, Tariq Khan, Roxanna Garcia, Haitham Shoman, Luke Caddell, Rifat Latifi, Kee B Park, Patricia Garcia, Robert Dempsey, Jeffrey V Rosenfeld, Corey Scurlock (+6 others)
2020 BMJ Global Health  
Providing quality, cost-effective care 24/7/365 to the 5 billion who lack it presently makes MCCs an appealing means to achieve the healthcare-related United Nations Sustainable Development Goals for 2030  ...  (support of remote regions and resource optimisation during both daily care and disasters) to resilient, mobile medical/surgical facilities (eg, battery-operated CT scanners).  ...  Two-thirds of the patients could be managed at the local centre, avoiding costly transfer of many patients by ambulance or helicopter to the National Trauma Centre in Tirana. 28 equIPmenT resilient mobile  ... 
doi:10.1136/bmjgh-2019-001945 pmid:32133170 pmcid:PMC7042577 fatcat:zdbbqywwcfctva3xlbahzqvp6y

Derivation and validation of a national multicenter mortality risk stratification model – the ExCare model: a study protocol

Sávio Cavalcante Passos, Adriene Stahlschmidt, João Blanco, Mariana Lunardi Spader, Rodrigo Borges Brandão, Stela Maris de Jezus Castro, Claudia de Souza Gutierrez, Paulo Corrêa da Silva Neto, Luciana Paula Cadore Stefani
2021 Brazilian Journal of Anesthesiology  
To update and validate a Brazilian national-based model of postoperative death probability within 30 days based on the Ex-Care model.  ...  Surgical care is essential for proper management of various diseases. However, it can result in unfavorable outcomes.  ...  Acknowledgements We gratefully acknowledge financial support from the Postgraduate Program in Medical Sciences at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS).  ... 
doi:10.1016/j.bjane.2021.07.003 pmid:34324938 pmcid:PMC9373516 fatcat:g76eauhixjgzbo4ktdqwjccrhi

Reaching Across the Aisle: Cardio-Oncology Advocacy and Program Building

Diego Sadler, Anita Arnold, Joerg Herrmann, Andres Daniele, Carolina Maria Pinto Domingues Carvalho Silva, Arjun K Ghosh, Sebastian Szmit, Roohi Ismail Khan, Luis Raez, Anne Blaes, Sherry-Ann Brown
2021 Current Oncology Reports  
The growing collaboration through professional societies and collaborative networks provides an opportunity to advance the cardiovascular care of cancer patients to meet the projected needs in a growing  ...  Cardio-oncology will continue to grow, but there is an unmet need to increase awareness, improve education, and expand access to care to larger segments of the cancer population in order to have a more  ...  The Polish National Oncology Network designed a common algorithm of multidisciplinary management, including cardio-oncology, for all Polish hospitals treating cancer patients, now approved by the National  ... 
doi:10.1007/s11912-021-01059-1 pmid:33855620 pmcid:PMC8045572 fatcat:5rwhxjgltffjze4gviyupikn5q

A virtual-hybrid approach to launching a cardio-oncology clinic during a pandemic

Sherry-Ann Brown, Sahishnu Patel, David Rayan, Svetlana Zaharova, Mingqian Lin, Tarek Nafee, Bipin Sunkara, Ragasnehith Maddula, James MacLeod, Krishna Doshi, Joshua Meskin, David Marks (+1 others)
2021 Cardio-Oncology  
With partners throughout the institution, a virtual referral process was established for outpatient referrals and inpatient e-consult referrals to actualize a hybrid care spectrum for our patients administered  ...  Background As cardiovascular disease is a leading cause of death in cancer survivors, the new subspecialty of Cardio-Oncology has emerged to address prevention, monitoring, and management of cardiovascular  ...  Acknowledgements We are grateful to the following individuals, as well as all of the departments and divisions at Froedtert & MCW that have rallied together to help us establish the hybrid Cardio-Oncology  ... 
doi:10.1186/s40959-020-00088-2 pmid:33441188 fatcat:kb35jvcdsfg25cks6k7dx3k3sq
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