Inciativas



Morgan, et al. Article Update on Medical Overuse [Actualización en sobreutilización en Medicina]


Institución:
University of Maryland, Veterans Affairs Maryland and Johns Hopkins University (Baltimore)/University of California (Sacramento)

País:
United States

Descripción:
A systematic review of English-language articles published in 2013 that related to medical overuse in adults.


http://archinte.jamanetwork.com/article.aspx?artic ...


Smarter medicine


Institución:
Swiss Society of General Internal Medicine/Académie Suisse des Sciences Médicales

País:
Switzerland

Descripción:
Campaign to reduce unnecessary interventions


http://www.smartermedicine.ch/


Recomendaciones de NO HACER. SERAM [SERAM Do Not Do recommendations]


Institución:
Sociedad Española de Radiología Médica (SERAM) [Spanish Society of Medical Radiology (SERAM)]

País:
Spain

Descripción:
Document aimed at physicians, radiologists and patients containing recommendations on imaging interventions that should not be perfomed.


http://seram.es/modules.php?name=webstructure&lang ...


Choosing Wisely Australia


Institución:
NPS MedicineWise/Australia’s medical colleges and professional societies

País:
Australia

Descripción:
Initiative which brings the medical community together to improve the quality of healthcare through considering tests, treatments, and procedures where evidence shows they provide no benefit or, in some cases, lead to harm.


http://www.choosingwisely.org.au/


Choosing Wisely Japan


Institución:
University of Tsukuba

País:
Japan

Descripción:
-


https://www.jstage.jst.go.jp/article/general/16/1/ ...


Hemoterapia Basada en el Sentido Común


Institución:
Miembros de las sociedades científicas de Transfusión Sanguínea y de Hematología y Hemoterapia / Members of the Spanish scientific societies

País:
Spain

Descripción:
Initiative aimed at making a critical assessment of the recommendations on transfusions published by other initiatives (eg Choosing Wisely in USA and Canada). It also includes recommendations made by the SETS and the AEHH in collaboration with other Spanish scientific societies.


http://hemotherapy.net/abierto/