Italy is being forced to re-think her health plan as the national health service moves towards regional systems, individuals take more active responsibility for their health, the demand grows for traditional and non-conventional medicine and immigrants join the user list. Person-centered medicine and ever-wider skills attainable with the tools of analysis and research have made a new professional update indispensable. The proposed Master-Course on "Health systems, traditional and non-conventional medicine", first of its kind in Italy, fits this bill. The new forms of treatment that state and international bodies are prepared to recognize depend entirely on the universities training our professionals with concrete skills in planning, research and health management. Our paper performs an epistemological critique of the new health requirements and goes on to outline the reasons behind this training imperative. © 2011 European Association for Predictive, Preventive and Personalised Medicine.

Tognetti, M., Roberti di Sarsina, P. (2011). The need for higher education in the sociology of traditional and non-conventional medicine in Italy: towards a person-centered medicine. THE EPMA JOURNAL, 2(4), 357-363 [10.1007/s13167-011-0102-1].

The need for higher education in the sociology of traditional and non-conventional medicine in Italy: towards a person-centered medicine

TOGNETTI, MARA GRAZIELLA;
2011

Abstract

Italy is being forced to re-think her health plan as the national health service moves towards regional systems, individuals take more active responsibility for their health, the demand grows for traditional and non-conventional medicine and immigrants join the user list. Person-centered medicine and ever-wider skills attainable with the tools of analysis and research have made a new professional update indispensable. The proposed Master-Course on "Health systems, traditional and non-conventional medicine", first of its kind in Italy, fits this bill. The new forms of treatment that state and international bodies are prepared to recognize depend entirely on the universities training our professionals with concrete skills in planning, research and health management. Our paper performs an epistemological critique of the new health requirements and goes on to outline the reasons behind this training imperative. © 2011 European Association for Predictive, Preventive and Personalised Medicine.
Articolo in rivista - Articolo scientifico
National health system, Regional health systems, Traditional medicine, Non-conventional medicine, Person-centered medicine, Personalized medicine
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Tognetti, M., Roberti di Sarsina, P. (2011). The need for higher education in the sociology of traditional and non-conventional medicine in Italy: towards a person-centered medicine. THE EPMA JOURNAL, 2(4), 357-363 [10.1007/s13167-011-0102-1].
Tognetti, M; Roberti di Sarsina, P
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