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Bibliografia di riferimento

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Bibliografia Internazionale Essenziale


• Dichiarazione dei Diritti dell’Uomo e del Cittadino (1789).
• Costituzione della Repubblica Italiana (1948).
• Dichiarazione Universale dei Diritti dell’Uomo, ONU (1948).
• Convenzione dei Diritti dell’Uomo e delle Libertà Fondamentali, Consiglio d’Europa (1950).
• Dichiarazione di Helsinki (1964 e seguenti).
• Dichiarazione di Alma Ata, OMS (1978).
• Carta di Ottawa (1986).
• Report of the World Commission on Environment and Development: Our Common Future, United Nations (1987).
• Dichiarazione sulla promozione dei diritti dei pazienti in Europa (1994).
• Parlamento Europeo, Risoluzione sul rispetto dei diritti dell’uomo (1996).
• Carta di Lubiana sulla riforma dell’assistenza sanitaria (1996).
• Dichiarazione di Jakarta sulla promozione della salute nel XXI Secolo (1997).
• Consiglio d’Europa, Convenzione per la protezione dei Diritti dell’Uomo e della Dignità dell’Essere Umano nei confronti delle applicazioni della biologia e della medicina (1997).
• Parlamento Europeo, Risoluzione n. 75 sullo Statuto delle Medicine Non Convenzionali (1997).
• Dichiarazione Mondiale sulla Salute, OMS (1998).
• Health21: La salute per tutti nel XXI secolo, la strategia dell’OMS per la Regione Europea, OMS (1998).
• Commissione Europea, Directorate-General Science, Research and Development: COST Action B-4 «Unconventional medicine in Europe» Responses to the COST B-4 Questionnaire (1998).
• Commissione Europea, Directorate-General Science, Research and Development (1998) COST Action B-4 «Unconventional medicine», Final report of the management committee 1993-98».
• Commissione Europea, Directorate-General Science, Research and Development (1999) COST Action B-4 «Unconventional medicine», Supplement to the final report of the management committee 1993-98.
• Consiglio d’Europa, Risoluzione n. 1206, Necessità di un riconoscimento delle principali Medicine Non Convenzionali (1999).
• Consiglio d’Europa, Raccomandazione per lo sviluppo di istituzioni per la partecipazione dei cittadini e dei pazienti nei processi di decisione riguardanti l’assistenza sanitaria (2000).
• Legge n. 145/2001, Ratifica ed esecuzione della Convenzione del Consiglio d’Europa per la protezione dei diritti dell’uomo e della dignità dell’essere umano riguardo all’applicazione della biologia e della medicina «Convenzione di Oviedo sui diritti dell’uomo e sulla biomedicina» (1997), nonché del Protocollo addizionale n. 168 sul divieto di clonazione di esseri umani (1998).
• World Health Organization Traditional Medicine Strategy 2002-2005.
• Carta Europea dei Diritti del Malato (2002).
• Health and Sustainable Development, Summary Report, Meeting of Senior Officials and Ministers of Health, OMS (2002).
• Johannesburg Declaration on Health and Sustainable Development, Meeting of Senior Officials and Ministers of Health (2002).
• Trattato che adotta una Costituzione per l’Europa (2004).
• Commission on the Social Determinants of Health, Closing the Gap in a Generation: Health Equity through Action on the Social Determinants of Health, OMS (2008).
• The World Health Report 2008: Primary Health Care (Now More Than Ever), OMS (2008).
• European Association for Predictive, Preventive and Personalised Medicine (EPMA), the European Coordinator in the field of Predictive, Preventive and Personalised Medicine, Statuto (2008).
• International College of Person-centered Medicine (ICPCM, 2011), precedentemente International Network for Person-centered Medicine (INPCM, 2009), Statuto.
• European CAMbrella Consortium Project (2010-2012), VII Programma Quadro per la Ricerca e lo Sviluppo dell’Unione Europea, FP7.
• 2013 Geneva Declaration on Person-centered Health Research. 6th Geneva Conference on Person-centered Medicine and the International College of Person-centered Medicine (ICPCM).
• World Health Organization Traditional Medicine Strategy 2014-2023.
• VIII Programma Quadro per la Ricerca e lo Sviluppo, FP8 “Horizon 2020″ (2014-2020) dell’Unione Europea.


Bibliografia Essenziale della Carta di Bologna per temi


– Insostenibilità dell’attuale modello di sviluppo dal punto di vista economico, sociale, ambientale e della salute
• Georgescu-Roegen N. The Entropy Law and the Economic Process. Cambridge: Harvard University Press; 1971.
• Georgescu-Roegen N. Energy and economic myths. The Southern Economic Journal 1975; 41 (3): 347–381.
• Meadows DH, Meadows DL, Randers J. Limits to Growth: The 30-Year Update. Chelsea Green; 2004.
• Easterlin R.A. Does economic growth improve the human lot? In: David PA, Readers W, editor. Nations and Households in Economic Growth: Essays in Honous of Moses Abramovitz. New York: Academic Press Inc; 1974.
• Zoja L. Growth and guilt: psychology and the limits of development. London: Routledge; 1995.
• Latouche S. Farewell to Growth. Cambridge: Polity Press; 2009.
• Pallante M. La decrescita felice; la qualità della vita non dipende dal pil. Roma: Edizioni per la Decrescita Felice; 2009.
• Martínez-Alier J, Pascual U, Vivien FD, Zaccai E. Sustainable de-growth: Mapping the context, criticisms and future prospects of an emergent paradigm. Ecological Economics 2010; 69.9: 1741-1747.

– Cambiamenti climatici e salute
• Myers SS, Bernstein A. The Coming Health Crisis: Indirect Effects of Global Climate Change. F1000 Biol Rep 2011; 3(1):3.
• McMichael AJ. Globalization, Climate Change, and Human Health. N Engl J Med 2013; 368:1335-43.

– Globalizzazione e salute
• Huynen MM, Martens P, Hilderink HB. The Health impacts of Globalization: a conceptual framework. Global Health 2005; 1(1):14.
• Labonté R, Schrecker T. Globalization and social determinants of health: The role of the global marketplace (part 2 of 3). Global Health 2007; 3:6.
• Butler C. Sustainable health for all by the year 2100? International Journal of Public Health 2008; 53(5): 223–224.
• Cornia GA. An empirical investigation of the relation between globalization and health. In Labonté R, editor. Globalization and health: pathways, evidence and policy. Oxon: Routdledge;
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• Benatar SR, Gill S, Bakker I. Global Health and the Global Economic Crisis. American Journal of Public Health 2011; 101(4): 646–653.
• CSDH Closing the gap in a generation. Geneva: World Health Organization, 2008.

Determinati sociali e culturali di salute

• Marmot M, Wilkinson R. Social determinants of Health: The Solid Facts, Geneva: World Health Organization; 2003.
• Commission on the Social Determinants of Health, Closing the Gap in a Generation: Health Equity through Action on the Social Determinants of Health, OMS (2008).
• Mikkonen J, Raphael D. Social Determinants of Health: The Canadian facts. York University, School of Health Policy and Management; 2010.
• Dubbin LA, Chang JS, Shim JK. Cultural health capital and the interactional dynamics of patient-centered care. Social Science & Medicine 2013;93:113-120.

Determinanti ambientali di salute
• Beelen R et al. Effects of long-term exposure to air pollution on natural-cause mortality: an analysis of 22 European cohorts within the multicentre ESCAPE project. Lancet 2014;383:785-95.

Cibo e Salute

• VV.AA. Food and health in Europe: a new basis for action, WHO Regional Publications – European Series, No. 96, http://www.euro.who.int/__data/assets/pdf_file/0005/74417/E82161.pdf
• Petrini C. Terra Madre. Come non farci magiare dal cibo. Giunti editore, 2010
• Scaffidi C. Mangia come parli: com’è cambiato il vocabolario del cibo. Slow Food editore, 2014
• Petrini C. et al. Dal cibo alla salute. la centralità del cibo – Documento congressuale 2012-2016
• http://slowpress.slowfood.it/upload/2012/69f7e20602decc4889f85063ab12de5c/files/centralita_cibo_2.pdf
• Greco S, Scaffidi C. Guarda che mare. Come salvare una risorsa. Collana Terra Madre, Slow Food Editore 2007
• Petrini C. Cibo e libertà. Slow Food: storie di gastronomia per la liberazione. Giunti editore, 2013
• Pezzana A. et al. Salute al piacere. Benessere con gusto per noi e per il pianeta. Slow Food Italia, 2011. http://www.slowfood.it/filemanager/Salute%20al%20Piacere/LibrettoSF-14_LIGHT.pdf?-session=sf_soci:257429A20eb3624B1Equ9C1979F0
• Cometti V. et al. L’educazione per Slow Food. Il manuale delle buone pratiche. Slow Food, 2012. http://www.slowfood.it/education/filemanager/resources/ITA_manuale_educazione_web.pdf
• Pedani F, Pezzana A. Il piacere di prevenire con il “Gusto della vita”. Liberodiscrivere edizioni, 2012
• Marino E. et al. Fulmini e polpette: le buone pratiche per una dieta amica del clima. Slow Food editore, 2012

Necessità di un modello culturale, economico e sociale alternativo a quello in atto, non basato sulla crescita economica fine a se stessa

• Latouche S. Le pari de la décroissance. Paris: Fayard; 2006.
• Schneider F, Kallis G, Martinez-Alier J. Crisis or opportunity? Economic degrowth for social equity and ecological sustainability. Introduction to this special issue. Journal of Cleaner Production 2010; 18(6): 511–518.
• Demaria F, Schneider F, Sekulova F, Martinez-Alier J. What is Degrowth? From an Activist Slogan to a Social Movement. Environmental Values 2013; 22.2: 191-215.

Salute come diritto e bene comune

Partecipazione attiva della cittadinanza

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• Coulter A. Engaging communities for health improvement. The Health Foundation London, 2010.
• Jones PS. Development of a Caregiver Empowerment Model to Promote Positive Outcomes. Journal of Family Nursing 2011;17(1):11-28.

Medicina Centrata sulla Persona e Salutogenesi

• Abraham C, Michie S. A Taxonomy of Behavior Change Techniques Used in Interventions. Health Psychology 2008;27(3):379-387.
• Frampton SB. Creating a Patient-Centered System. AJN 2009;109(3):30-33.
• Antonovsky A. Breakdown: A needed fourth step in the conceptual armamentarium of modern medicine. Social Science and Medicine 1972;6:537-544.
• Antonovsky A. Unravelling the Mystery of Health. How People Manage Stress and Stay Well. Jossey-Bass, San Francisco, 1987.
• Antonovsky A. The structure and properties of the sense of coherence scale. Social Science and Medicine. 1993;36(6):725-733.
• Feste C, Anderson RM. Empowerment: from philosophy to practice. Patient Education and Counseling 1995;26:139-144.
• Antonovsky A. The salutogenic model as a theory to guide health promotion. Health Promotion International 1996;11(1):11-18.
• Associazione per la Medicina Centrata sulla Persona ONLUS-Ente Morale, Statuto (Bologna, 2007).
• Alivia M. Salutogenesi. In: Le Peculiarità Sociali delle Medicine Non Convenzionali. A cura di Cipolla C, Roberti di Sarsina P. (228-250). Franco Angeli, Milano, 2009.
• Roberti di Sarsina P, Iseppato I. Person-Centred Medicine: Towards a Definition. Forschende Komplementärmedizin 2010;17(5):277-278.
• Bosworth HB. Challenges and strategies to improve patient health literacy and competencies. Patient Intelligence 2010;2:19-25.
• Alivia M, Guadagni P, Roberti di Sarsina P. Towards Salutogenesis in the Development of a Personalised and Preventative Healthcare. EPMA Journal 2011;2(4):381-384.
• Morandi A, Tosto C, Roberti di Sarsina P, Dalla Libera D. Salutogenesis and Ayurveda: indications for Public Health management. EPMA Journal 2011;2(4):459-465.
• Heusser P, Scheffer C, Neumann M, Tauschel D, Edelhauser F. Towards non-reductionistic medical anthropology, medical education and practitioner–patient-interaction: The example of Anthroposophic Medicine. Patient Education Counselling 2012;89(3):455-460.
• Sardu C et al. Antonovsky’s Sense of Coherence Scale. Cultural Validation of Soc Questionnaire and Socio-Demographic Patterns in an Italian Population. Clinical Practice & Epidemiology in Mental Health 2012;8:1-6.
• Roberti di Sarsina P, Alivia M, Guadagni P. Widening the Paradigm in Medicine and Health: The Memorandum of Understanding between The European Association for Predictive, Preventive and Personalised Medicine EPMA and the Italian Charity “Association for Person Centred Medicine”. Journal of Alternative & Integrative Medicine 2013;(2)1:1:e107.
• Noltemeyer AL, Bush KR. Adversity and resilience. A synthesis of international research. School Psychology International 2013;34(5):474-487.
• Roberti di Sarsina P. The Charity Association for Person Centred Medicine. Integral Leadership Review. Jan. 2013.
• Karreman A, Vingerhoets AJJM. Attachment and well-being: The mediating role of emotion regulation and resilience. Personality and Individual Differences 2012;53:821-826.
• Lewis P, Kimiecik J, Horn T, Zullig KJ, Ward RM. Can Becoming My Self Influence My Health? Exploring the Effects of a Eudaimonic-Enhancement Process on Psychological Indicators of Well-Being and Physical Activity. Applied Research Quality Life 2013 DOI 10.1007/s11482-013-9263-5.
• de Zulueta P. Compassion in Healthcare. Clinical Ethics 2013;8(4):87-90.
• de Zulueta P. Compassion in 21st century medicine: Is it sustainable? Clinical Ethics 2013;8(4):119-128.
• Garcia-Dia MJ et al. Concept Analysis: Resilience. Archives of Psychiatric Nursing 2013;27:264-270.
• Sartori G. Concetto di salute nella cultura occidentale. Advanced Therapies-Terapie d’Avanguardia 2013;3:3-22.
• Koster EB, Ong RRS, Heybroek R, Delnoij DMJ, Baars EW. The consumer quality index anthroposophic healthcare: a construction and validation study. BMC Health Services Research 2014;14:148.
• Horrocks C, Johnson S. A socially situated approach to inform ways to improve health and wellbeing. Sociology of Health & Illness 2014;36(2):175-186.
• Grimmer et al. An evidence-based framework to measure quality of allied health care. Health Research Policy and Systems 2014;12:10.
• Alivia M, Guadagni P, Roberti di Sarsina P. La Salute quale responsabilità individuale e sociale nella Medicina Antroposofica. Advanced Therapies-Terapie d’Avanguardia. 2014 in stampa.

Medicine Tradizionali e Non Convenzionali.
• Linee Guida sulle Medicine e Pratiche Non Convenzionali, Federazione Nazionale degli Ordini dei Medici Chirurghi e degli Odontoiatri, FNOMCeO (2002).
• Linee Guida in Medicina Veterinaria Non Convenzionale, Federazione Nazionale Ordini Veterinari Italiani, FNOVI (2003).
• Documento di Consenso sulle Medicine Non Convenzionali in Italia, Conferenza di Consenso (Bologna, 2003).
• Roberti di Sarsina P. 43rd National Congress of the Italian Psychiatric Association. Consensus Conference: Non-Conventional Medicines. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2005;2(2):233-235.
• Codice di Deontologia Medica, Art. 15, Federazione Nazionale degli Ordini dei Medici Chirurghi e degli Odontoiatri, FNOMCeO (2006).
• Roberti di Sarsina P. The Social Demand for a Medicine Focused on the Person: The Contribution of CAM to Healthcare and Healthgenesis. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2007;4(S1):45-51.
• Giarelli G, Roberti di Sarsina P, Silvestrini B. (a cura di). Le Medicine Non Convenzionali in Italia. Storia, problemi e prospettive d’integrazione. Prefazione di E.L. Cooper. Postfazione di A. Bianco. Franco Angeli, Milano, 2007.
• Roberti di Sarsina P, Iseppato I. Looking for a Person-Centred Medicine: Non Conventional Medicine in the Conventional European and Italian Setting. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine 2009 doi:10.1093/ecam/nep048.
• Roberti di Sarsina P, Iseppato I. Non Conventional Medicine in Italy: the present situation. European Journal of Integrative Medicine 2009;1(2):65-71.
• Cipolla C, Roberti di Sarsina P. (a cura di). Le Peculiarità Sociali delle Medicine Non Convenzionali. Franco Angeli, Milano, 2009.
• Linee Guida per la Formazione nelle Medicine e Pratiche Non Convenzionali riservate ai Medici-Chirurghi e agli Odontoiatri. Federazione Nazionale degli Ordini dei Medici Chirurghi e degli Odontoiatri, FNOMCeO (2009).
• Roberti di Sarsina P, Iseppato I. Traditional and Non Conventional Medicines: the Socio-anthropological and Bioethical Paradigms for Person-Centred Medicine. The Italian context. EPMA Journal 2011;2(4):439-449.
• Roberti di Sarsina P, Ottaviani L, Mella J. Tibetan Medicine: A Unique Heritage of Person Centred Medicine. EPMA Journal 2011;2(4):385-389.
• Roberti di Sarsina P, Tognetti Bordogna M. The Need for Higher Education in the Sociology of Traditional and Non Conventional Medicine in Italy. Towards a Person Centred Medicine. EPMA Journal 2011;2(4):357-363.
• Dialogue on Human Health between Traditional Chinese Medicine Culture and Western Medicine Culture – Dialogo sulla Salute Italia-Cina (Foundation for World Wide Cooperation, Bonn Project, China Academy of Chinese Medical Sciences, Facoltà di Medicina e Chirurgia Alma Mater Studiorum-Università di Bologna): “Dichiarazione di Bologna”, Bologna, 10-11 maggio 2012.
• Roberti di Sarsina P, Morandi A, Alivia M, Tognetti M, Guadagni P. Medicine Tradizionali e Non Convenzionali in Italia. Considerazioni su una Scelta Sociale per la Medicina Centrata sulla Persona. Advanced Therapies-Terapie d’Avanguardia 2012;1:3-29.
• Roberti di Sarsina P, Alivia M, Guadagni P. Traditional, Complementary and Alternative medical systems and their contribution to Personalisation Prediction and Prevention in Medicine: Person Centred Medicine. EPMA Journal 2012;3(1):15.
• Roberti di Sarsina P, Alivia M, Guadagni P. Widening the Paradigm in Medicine and Health: Person Centred Medicine as Common Ground of Traditional and Non Conventional Medicine. In: “Healthcare Overview: New Perspectives”, Ed. V. Costigliola (335-353). Book Series “Advances in Predictive, Preventive and Personalised Medicine”, Series Ed. O. Golubnitschaja, EPMA/Springer Dordrecht Heidelberg New York London, 2012.
• Insights into the Current Situation of CAM in Europe: Major Findings of the EU Project CAMbrella. Walach H, Weidenhammer W. (eds.) Forschende Komplementärmedizin 2012, Vol. 19, Suppl. 2, IV + 68 p., 15 fig., 12 tab.
• Roberti di Sarsina P. Italy and the Dialogue on Human Health between Traditional Chinese Medicine Culture and Western Medicine Culture (TCM Dialogue). Forschende Komplementärmedizin 2013;20:148-150.
• Roberti di Sarsina P, Alivia M, Guadagni P. The Contribution of Traditional, Complementary and Alternative Medical Systems to the Development of Person Centred Medicine: the Example of the Charity Association for Person Centred Medicine. OA Alternative Medicine 2013;1(2):13.
• Heusser P, Scheffer C, Neumann M, Tauschel D, Edelhauser F. Towards non-reductionistic medical anthropology, medical education and practitioner-patient-interaction: The example of Anthroposophic Medicine. Patient Education Counselling 2012;89(3):455-460.

Approccio sistemico, complessità

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• Albrecht G, Freeman S, Higginbotham N. Complexity and Human Health: The Case for a Transdisciplinary Paradigm. Culture, medicine and psychiatry 1998; 22.1: 55-92.
• Plsek PE, Greenhalgh T. The Challenge of Complexity in Health Care. BMJ 2001; 323(7313), 625-628.
• Miles A. On a Medicine of the Whole Person: Away From Scientistic Reductionism and Towards the Embrace of the Complex in Clinical Practice. Journal of Evaluation in Clinical Practice 2009; 15.6: 941-949.
• Jordan KD, Masters KS, Hooker SA, Ruiz JM, Smith TW. An Interpersonal Approach to Religiousness and Spirituality: Implications for Health and Well-Being. Journal of Personality 2013. DOI: 10.1111/jopy.12072.
• Binder CR, Hinkel J, Bots PWG, Pahl-Wostl C. Comparison of Frameworks for Analyzing Social-ecological Systems. Ecology and Society 2013;18(4):26.
• Klein LA, Ritchie JE, Nathan S, Wutzke S. An explanatory model of peer education within a complex medicines information exchange setting. Social Science & Medicine 2014;111:101-109.
• Luoto J, Maglione MA, Johnsen B, Chang C, Higgs ES, et al. A Comparison of Frameworks Evaluating Evidence for Global Health Interventions. PLoS Med 2013;10(7):e1001469.
• Jakovljevi M, Ostoji L. Comorbidity and multimorbidity in medicine today. Challenges and opportunities for bringing separated branches of medicine closer to each other. Medicina Academica Mostariensia 2013;1(1):18-28.
• Benedetti F. Il cervello del paziente. Giovanni Fioriti Editore; 2012.
• Bonaldi A. Specializzazione e integrazione: il legame che crea. La parola e la cura. 2011(2):51-57.
• Buchanan M. L’atomo sociale. Il comportamento umano e le leggi della fisica. Mondadori; 2008.
• Capra F. La scienza della vita. Milano: Rizzoli Editore; 2002.
• Gleick J. Caos: la nascita di una nuova scienza. Milano: Biblioteca Universale Rizzoli; 2000.
• Izzo P. I lati semplici della complessità: struttura e dinamiche del mondo complesso. Available from: http://pietroizzo.blogspot.it/
• Kauffman S. A casa nell’universo: le leggi del caos e della complessità. Editori Riuniti; 2001.
• Gell-Mann M. Il quark e il giaguaro. Avventura nel semplice e nel complesso. Torino: Bollati Boringhieri; 2000.
• Plsek P E, Wilson T. Complexity, leadership, and management in healthcare organisations. BMJ 2001; 323:746-9.
• Taleb Nassim Nicholas. Antifragile: prosperare nel disordine. Il Saggiatore; 2013.
• Zimmerman B, Lindberg C, Plsek P. Edgeware: insights from complexity science for health care leaders. VHA Inc. Irving Texas 2001.

Consumismo farmaceutico e ipermedicalizzazione
• Redberg RF. Choosing Wisely, and Soon. JAMA Intern Med. 2014; 174(1):140.
• Moynihan R, Heath I, Henry D, Selling Sickness: The Pharmaceutical Industry and Disease Mongering. BMJ 2002; 324(7342):886-91.
• Doran E, Henry D. Disease Mongering: Expanding the Boundaries of Treatable Disease. Intern Med J 2008; 38(11):858-61.
• Ovretveit J. Does Improving Quality Save Money? A Review of Evidence of Which Improvements to Quality Reduce Costs to Health Service Providers. The Health Foundation 2009), [internet] available at: http://www.health.org.uk/media_manager/public/75/publications_pdfs/Does%20improving%20quality%20save%20money.pdf
• Berwick DM, Hackbarth A. Eliminating Waste in US Health Care, JAMA 2012, 307(14):1513-1516.
• Le Couteur DG, Doust J, Creasey H, Brayne C. Political drive to screen for pre-dementia: not evidence based and ignores the harms of diagnosis BMJ 2013;347:f5125.
• Brito JP, Morris JC, Montori VM. Thyroid cancer: zealous imaging has increased detection and treatment of low risk tumours BMJ 2013;347:f4706.
• Moynihan R, Glassock R, Doust J. Chronic kidney disease controversy: how expanding definitions are unnecessarily labelling many people as diseased BMJ 2013;347:f4298.
• Wiener ES, Schwartz LM, Woloshin S. When a test is too good: how CT pulmonary angiograms find pulmonary emboli that do not need to be found BMJ 2013;347:f3368.
• Hallin DC, Brandt M, Briggs CL. Biomedicalization and the public sphere. Newspaper coverage of health and medicine, 1960-2000s. Social Science & Medicine 2013;96:121-128.
• Kaspar K. A Weighty Matter: Heaviness Influences the Evaluation of Disease Severity, Drug Effectiveness, and Side Effects. PLoS ONE 2013;8(11):e78307.
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Slow medicine

• Autori vari. Salute e Territorio. Numero dedicato a Slow Medicine. 2012 n.191. Available from: http://www.formas.toscana.it/rivistadellasalute/fileadmin/files/fascicoli/2012/Salute191_TESTO.pdf
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• Bonaldi A. I veleni dell’intervento fast e gli antidoti di Slow medicine: trattamenti medici e qualità della vita nel paziente anziano. Psicogeriatria. 2013; Supplemento VIII/1:147-152. Available from: http://www.slowmedicine.it/pdf/Bonaldi-AIP-2013.pdf
• Bonaldi A. Sobria Rispettosa e giusta. Come promuovere la qualità delle cure attraverso slow medicine. Brescia Medica 2013; Ott. Nov. Dic. 51-55.
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• Domenighetti G. Ben sarebbe folle chi quel che non vorria trovar cercasse. Presentazione dell`edizione italiana del libro “Sovradiagnosi” di Welch G, Schwartz L, Woloshin S. Roma: Il Pensiero Scientifico Editore; 2013:IX-XVII.
• Domenighetti G, Vernero S. Fare di più non significa fare meglio. Salute Internazionale maggio 2013. Available from: http://www.saluteinternazionale.info/2013/05/fare-di-piu-non-significa-fare-meglio/
• McCullough D. My Mother, Your Mother: Embracing “Slow Medicine,” the Compassionate Approach to Caring for Your Aging Loved Ones. Harper Collins; 2008.
• Quadrino S. Bombe, ingranaggi, sassolini e reti: Slow Medicine e gli aspetti sistemici di un progetto di cambiamento. Riflessioni sistemiche n.7; dicembre 2012. Available from: http://www.aiems.eu/files/indice_vii.pdf
• Quadrino S. Dalla rivoluzione all’alleanza competente. Salute Internazionale; sett. 2013. Available from: http://www.saluteinternazionale.info/2013/09/dalla-rivoluzione-allalleanza-competente/
• Vernero S. Slow Medicine e il progetto Fare di più non significa fare meglio. Il radiologo 2013; 1:41-43.

Limiti della medicina e della scienza
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