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Assessing the Impact of Prevention: What possible Scientific and Actuarial Approach?

Assessing the Impact of Prevention: What possible Scientific and Actuarial Approach?

Lecture given at the 3th Meeting of Argus on 25th November 2017, Paris, France.

Health prevention has become a priority in terms of therapeutic progress, ageing of the population and early detection. Talking about health promotion or awareness is not enough today. It is necessary to talk about health prevention action and to question their effectiveness. This brings us back to the field called Non-Pharmacological Interventions (NPIs) based on science. These NPIs range from traditional biomedical solutions (such as drugs, implantable medical devices, surgery, radiotherapy, cell therapies) to everyday consumer goods. Evaluation methodologies exist.

The slideshow (French) presents the fundamental scientific issues of NPIs associated with prevention.

Ninot-Argus-avril-2017

NPI Practices based on Evidence are needed.


References

Haute Autorité de Santé (2011). Développement de la Prescription de Thérapeutiques Non Médicamenteuses validées. Paris: HAS Edition.

Ninot G (2014).  Defining Non-Pharmacological Intervention (NPI)Blog en Sante, A16.

WHO (2013). WHO strategy for Traditionnal Medecine 2014-2023. Geneva: WHO.


To reference this Blog en Sante © article

Ninot G (2017). Assessing the impact of prevention: what scientific and actuarial approach is possible? Blog en Santé, C5.

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3 thoughts on “Assessing the Impact of Prevention: What possible Scientific and Actuarial Approach?
  1. Jacinto BATATA - Enseignant APA-S says:

    Clair net et précis, comme toujours ! Allez, soyons optimiste et patient avec les pouvoirs publics qui commencent à comprendre et à évaluer les économies potentielles possible grâce aux INM …

  2. Laurianne says:

    Merci, c’est super intéressant !

  3. Laurianne says:

    Merci c’est super intéressant !

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