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Developing Medicine issue 2013

tentative table of Contents 2013 issue

The Italian Hospital in London
S.Tiberi -UK

Kampo; Japanese Traditional Herbal Medicine – Historical
background and Current Status
K. Fujiwara, N. Takahashi, K. Saito, Japan

Neurosurgery goes green? Herbal medicine in the treatment
of chronic subdural haematomas
N. Murgia – Italy

Mental Health initiative of cooperation between Umbria and Uva Province, Sri-Lanka
Antonia Tamantini, Anna Toni, Teresa La Ferla, Maurizio Bechi Gabrielli, Italy

Public access defibrillation program an inititative in Rosario
Héctor A. Bonaccorsi, Ana Isabel Fumagalli Argentina

Hospital service of cultural mediation and interpretation in Foligno by Casa dei Popoli, Italy

premiazioneAquathlon in Perugia

Thanks for the invitation to friends Trasimeno Triathlon. Here are the awards for young athletes who competed in the first Aquathlon organized into the pool Parco Lacugnanp of Perugia

the lancet



The interest towards traditional medicine is growing in easter asia and europe due to recent migration trends.

Stroke carries a poor prognosis for death and disability.  The international, multicenter, randomized, placebo-controlled, double-blind CHIMES trial is currently testing the hypothesis that a 3-month course of the traditional Chinese medicine MLC601 (NeuroAiD) is superior to placebo in reducing neurological deficit and improving functional outcome after acute ischemic stroke in patients receiving standard stroke care. On Cerebrovascular diseases the main paper description of the study design a population.


One century after the foundation (1913) the Lambarene hospital reminds the heritage of the Nobel prize.


The Association “Alleanza degli Ospedali Italiani nel Mondo ” was established on 2 February 2004, as a non-profit-making association, in order to support the IPOCM project, its different activities and initiatives.
The Association is constituted by the Italian Minister of Health, the Italian Minister of Foreign Affairs, the Italian Minister of Education, University and Research, the Italian Minister of the Italians in the World and the Italian Minister of Innovation and Technologies.
44 Italian Hospitals abroad (CSIM) and 31 Reference Hospitals in Italy (CSNR) are the Association’s Ordinary Fellows, together with other public and private bodies and regional administrations by endorsing the Association’s aims.
Other private institutions, companies, foundations, voluntary and non-governmental organizations may take part in the Association as funding Fellows.
The principal bodies of the Association are the President, the Steering Committee, the Geographic Area Committees and the Secretariat General.
Cooperation and social promotion are Alleanza’s main priorities. In this context, and in order to achieve project objectives, it has the mandate to gather, from health agencies and hospitals, medical or technical equipment obsolete by law for the advantage of Italian Hospitals in the World (CSIM).


All Italian Hospitals abroad which are interested in joining the “Alleanza degli Ospedali Italiani nel Mondo” as Ordinary Fellows must formally apply for partnership by filling in the relevant application form, the administrative form and the three attached questionnaires (being integral part of the application). The application form is available in Italian and English and care should be taken to complete all fields in exhaustive and clear way. In order to benefit from the Alleanza’s telematic services  (teleconsultation and e-learning) it is required that each hospital make available its own viable hardware, according to a reference feasibility study ” .


The Secretariat General will provide the relevant hardware and the sufficient Internet connectivity only to the Italian hospitals abroad. To both hospitals in Italy and abroad the Secretariat General will make available the necessary implementation methodologies as well as the specialised software. Further information on how to apply, the ICT adaptation as well as the association itself can be obtained from the Secretariat General at the (0039) 0659942184 – 59942348 or the e-mail:


meeting today at the “Casa dei Popoli” the development of an interpretation service within the hospital helps to face and overcome language barriers.

Refugee Archives @ UEL

Source: Forced Migration Discussion List.

The Event

The IS Academy Migration and Development: A World in Motion project is hosting a two-day event on Afghan migration. The first day of the event will focus on the state-of-the-art in research on migration from and in Afghanistan. The second day will be a policy debate on return migration to Afghanistan and unaccompanied minors in Europe from Afghanistan. The results of the first day will inform the discussions at the policy debate on the second day.

Day 1: Research Day

Afghanistan has been host to the largest refugee crisis in the history of the United Nations High Commission for Refugees. Over six million refugees have returned to the country since 2001. Although refugee movements have subsided, migration to and from Afghanistan has continued in various forms. Today, the largest number of unaccompanied minors in European states originates from Afghanistan, labour flows to…

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Trasimeno triathlon for developing medicine

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In 2050 nearly 1.5 billions people aged over 60 will live in less developed countries. According to UN data and WHO facts sheet 2010 Niger will have the fewest people over 60 (5%).

In the picture the dark areas represent regions in 2050 where the percentage of 60+residents rises over 25% of total population.

Longer life fewer babies will push on a demographic shift, by 2050 one in 5 people will be aged 60+ they will outnumber people under 14y

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