RSS Nante, Nicola[Author]

  • How to Improve the Drafting of Health Profiles
    Delineating patients' health profiles is essential to allow for a proper comparison between medical care and its results in patients with comorbidities. The aim of this work was to evaluate the concordance of health profiles outlined by ward doctors and by epidemiologists and the effectiveness of training interventions in improving the concordance. Between 2018 and […]
  • Game of Mirrors: Health Profiles in Patient and Physician Perceptions
    The relationship between general practitioners and patients is privileged. The aim of this study was to assess the concordance between the health profile perceived by the patient and the one described by the doctor. We conducted a cross-sectional study between 2019-2020. Patients completed the 5d-5L (EQ-p) and clinicians completed it "from the patient's perspective" (EQ-d), […]
  • Mortality of Parkinson's disease in Italy from 1980 to 2015
    CONCLUSIONS: Several factors may have contributed to the rapid inversion of decreasing trend in mortality observed in the last part of XX century. Possible explanations of this rising trend are related to the increasing burden of PD (especially in males and in certain Italian regions), caused by different factors as population aging, physiological prevalence rise […]
  • Epidemiological and virological surveillance of Severe Acute Respiratory Infections in the 2019/2020 season in Siena, Tuscany, Italy
    CONCLUSIONS: Our study is important in order to determine the timing and spread of influenza viruses and track changes in circulating influenza viruses, so as to inform seasonal influenza vaccine composition. Seasonal vaccination is considered the most effective way to prevent influenza and its complications.
  • Emerging fungal infections: focus on <em>Saksenaea Erythrospora</em>
    CONCLUSIONS: Our review partially updated what already published, because only one new study was found. Serious necrotizing infections from Saksenaea erythrospora have been observed in recent years and a early identification and timely management are essential to reduce morbidity and mortality. A greater awareness and education about the risks deriving from carrying out surgical procedures […]

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RSS Messina, Gabriele[Author]

  • How to Improve the Drafting of Health Profiles
    Delineating patients' health profiles is essential to allow for a proper comparison between medical care and its results in patients with comorbidities. The aim of this work was to evaluate the concordance of health profiles outlined by ward doctors and by epidemiologists and the effectiveness of training interventions in improving the concordance. Between 2018 and […]
  • Game of Mirrors: Health Profiles in Patient and Physician Perceptions
    The relationship between general practitioners and patients is privileged. The aim of this study was to assess the concordance between the health profile perceived by the patient and the one described by the doctor. We conducted a cross-sectional study between 2019-2020. Patients completed the 5d-5L (EQ-p) and clinicians completed it "from the patient's perspective" (EQ-d), […]
  • Complete Genome Sequences of Mycobacterium chimaera Strains 850 and 852, Isolated from Heater-Cooler Unit Water
    The whole-genome sequences of Mycobacterium chimaera strains 850 and 852, which were isolated from two different water samples obtained from a heater-cooler unit at Siena University Hospital (Italy), were determined by combining Nanopore and Illumina technologies. Genomes of both strains 850 and 852 consist of a circular chromosome and five plasmids, with sizes of 6,275,686 […]
  • Bacterial lysates (OM-85 BV): a cost-effective proposal in order to contrast antibiotic resistance
    CONCLUSIONS: OM-85 BV is effective in reducing exacerbations, and could lead to significant savings for the NHS. Moreover, reducing the number of exacerbations it could avoid an over-use of antibiotics and the consequent antibiotic resistance.
  • Inter-Regional Hospital Patients' Mobility in Italy
    CONCLUSION: The central/northern regions appear more able to meet the care needs of their citizens and to attract patients than the southern ones.

Riconoscimenti

12 Novembre 2016, Vienna – Austria

9th European Public Health Conference

Premio per miglior Poster: “Heavy costs of diabetic population in Central Italy for cardiovascular diseas hospitalization”

 

2 Febbraio 2016, Vancouver – Canada

 Congresso mondiale della International Ultraviolet Association

Premio per Stet Clean: prodotto innovativo UV dell’anno 2016

6 Agosto 2015, Valencia – Spagna

3rd International Conference on Epidemiology and Public Health, organizzato da OMICS International

Premio per il miglior Poster “Disinfecting the stethoscope membrane through a hi-tech UV device: a pilot study”

22 novembre 2014, Glasgow – Scozia

7th European Public Health Conference

Premio come secondo miglior poster “Objective or perceived health measure: which is a best cost predictor?”

Novembre 2013, Bruxelles – Belgio

6th European Public Health Conference

Premio come miglior poster “Ab actu ad posse valet illatio? Epidemiological inferences from ex-voto”

10 novembre 2012, St. Julian – Malta

5th European Public Health Conference

Premio per il miglior Poster “Unpleasant and stinking hosts”

12 novembre 2011, Copenhagen – Danimarca

4th European Public Health Conference

Premio come secondo miglior poster “Experience of the Consumer Emergency Care Satisfaction Scale in an Italian emergency room”

13 novembre 2010, Amsterdam – Olanda

3rd European Public Health Conference

Premio per il miglior Poster “Road traffic accidents: can road safety education prevent hazardous behaviours?”

28 novembre 2009, Lodz – Polonia

2nd European Public Health Conference

Premio per il miglior Poster “How many bacteria live on the keyboard of your computer?”

18 novembre 2006, Montreux – Svizzera

14th European Conference on Public Health

Premio per il miglior Poster “Measure your health”

2006 – VIII Edizione del Premio Nazionale “Bruno Angelillo”

per la migliore Tesi di Specializzazione in Igiene e Medicina Preventiva

Premio alla Dott.ssa Cecilia Quercioli, per la Tesi dal titolo

“Outcome research: valutazioni di efficacia di comunità terapeutiche per il trattamento di tossicodipendenti”