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Participation
Four expert panels were asked to identify good practice criteria in relation to health promotion and primary prevention, organizational interventions, patient-empowerment interventions and policies on diabetes at strategic level.
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Critical analysis results may expose a life-threatening pathological state of the patient if the right measures are not taken in a timely manner. Labs from all over the world have difficulties to determine such precise numbers.
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With the participation of nurses, physicians and pharmacists, it has been conducted a consensus process about the need to manage prescription done by nurses. Prescriptions affect a list of particular health products and drugs. The implications of the regulation change are put in discussion, and a remarkable consensus is obtained. 
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Testing the theoretical NTS model using a strategy of collective self-assessment among healthcare professionals involved in caring chronic patients. Two aspects were assessed, the current level of the team and its potential for improvement in each NTS.
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In 2012 the Department of Health launched a strategic plan spanning from 2011 to 2015, and as part of the strategic planning validation and monitoring, a collective priority setting and prediction was designed to increase the reach and diversity of participation through a collective intelligence methodology.
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The evaluation of programs for the care of patients with chronic diseases is challenging because it involves evaluating complex interventions with multiple components, with highly variable intensity in the use of therapeutic instruments and interaction with many professionals and contexts, which are difficult to standardize.
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Interactive video cases are used to simulate and discuss the actual story of mental health patients and their treatment. The consensus based learning model, has proved to be a participatory system allowing users to share knowledge and build a collective solution to the cases studied.
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