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Der gemeinnützige Verein "smarter medicine - Choosing Wisely Switzerland" unterstützt Projekte, um den Missstand der Über- und Fehlversorgung in der Medizin zu verringern.

 

Interessierte können ihr Projekt an smartermedicine@STOP-SPAM.sgaim.ch schicken. Die Projekte werden geprüft und wenn diese den Kriterien entsprechen, können sie auf der Webseite aufgeführt zu werden.

 

Kriterien:

• Relevance: Does the project promote new knowledge regarding smarter medicine/Choosing Wisely, patient-centred healthcare, Shared Decision Making and other topics related to high value medical care? Does it offer solutions/concrete figures/results? Does it offer added value for smarter medicine or reduce low value care?

• Originality: Is the project original and innovative or of socio-economic significance?

• Funding: The funding stems from public funds.

 

 

Name(s) Title Affililated institution(s) More information  
PD Dr. med. Carole Aubert, MSc Not to D: Comparison of two interventions to reduce inappropriate measurement and supplementation of vitamin D. Institute of Primary Health Care (BIHAM) and Department of General Internal Medicine, Inselspital, Bern University Hospital, University of Bern, Department of Medicine, Division of Internal Medicine, CHUV, Lausanne University Hospital, University of Lausanne smarter medicine Research Grant 2021  
Dr. med. Andreas Plate, MSc The “Smarter Decision” Study: Does the Smarter Medicine Fact-sheet on antibiotics in respiratory tract infections promote Shared decision making in Swiss Primary Care? A pragmatic pre-post in-terventional trial. Institute of Primary Care, University and University Hospital Zurich smarter medicine Research Grant 2021  
Nicole Schönenberger, eidg. dipl. Apothekerin Smarter discharge – efficient identification of general internal medicine patients at elevated risk for preventable medication-related problems at hospital discharge. Clinical Pharmacology and Toxicology, Department of General Internal Medicine, Inselspital – University Hospital Bern smarter medicine Research Grant 2022  
Dr. sci. Guillaume Christe, Prof. Dr. med. Stephane Genevay A multi-levels approach to reduce unnecessary imaging for low back pain in primary care. Hôpitaux Universitaires de Genève (HUG) Haute Ecole de Sante Vaud (HESAV) Delta Network Zürcher Hochschule für Angewandte Wissenschaften (ZHAW) smarter medicine Research Grant 2022