Riferimenti ad una salute oggi intesa quale benessere biopsicosociale (IHC, 2002) e capacità di prevenzione di malattie ad alto impatto sollecitano la ricerca educativa a lavorare in prospettiva transdisciplinare per assicurare la traducibilità in vivo dell’approccio ‘pazientecentrico’ e AI-based dei sistemi sanitari post Covid-19. Il presente studio si colloca entro una prospettiva in cui sapere educativo, clinico, biomedico e informatico costruiscono connessioni per implementare conoscenze evidence- based su prevenzione e trattamento dell’obesità e tradurle in programmi educativi. Lo studio costituisce una prima base di lavoro per sperimentare le opportunità di telemedicina in contesti di prevenzione primaria e secondaria. In questa sede si presentano i risultati di una ricerca esplorativa volta ad indagare le percezioni di 184 studenti di Scienze dell’Educazione sull’impatto sociale dell’obesità e sul coinvolgimento del cittadino/ paziente in stili di vita informati con esiti di salute e qualità di vita. Le prime risultanze hanno evidenziato oltre che le forti connessioni fra saperi educativi e saperi clinici anche l’urgenza di costruire un sapere educativo capace di inverare l’empowerment della persona per una partecipazione attiva a sistemi sociali e sanitari altamente digitali.

References to health today meant as biopsychosocial well-being (IHC, 2002) and high impact disease prevention capacity urge educational research to work in a transdisciplinary perspective to ensure the in vivo translatability of the patient-centred and AI-based approach of post-covid-19 health systems. This study is placed within a perspective in which educational, clinical, biomedical and computer science knowledge build connections to implement evidence-based knowledge on obesity prevention and treatment and translate them into educational programs. The present study constitutes a first working basis for experimenting telemedicine opportunities in primary and secondary prevention contexts. Here we present the results of an exploratory research aimed at investigating the perceptions of 184 students of Educational Sciences on the social impact of obesity and on citizen/patient involvement in informed lifestyles with health and quality of life outcomes. The first findings highlighted not only the strong connections between educational and clinical knowledge but also the urgent need to build an educational knowledge capable of realizing the person’s empowerment for active participation in highly digital social and health systems.

Studio esplorativo sulla prevenzione e cura dell’obesità attraverso la telemedicina: orizzonti transdisciplinari del lavoro educativo

Massaro, Stefania;Perla, L.
2021

Abstract

References to health today meant as biopsychosocial well-being (IHC, 2002) and high impact disease prevention capacity urge educational research to work in a transdisciplinary perspective to ensure the in vivo translatability of the patient-centred and AI-based approach of post-covid-19 health systems. This study is placed within a perspective in which educational, clinical, biomedical and computer science knowledge build connections to implement evidence-based knowledge on obesity prevention and treatment and translate them into educational programs. The present study constitutes a first working basis for experimenting telemedicine opportunities in primary and secondary prevention contexts. Here we present the results of an exploratory research aimed at investigating the perceptions of 184 students of Educational Sciences on the social impact of obesity and on citizen/patient involvement in informed lifestyles with health and quality of life outcomes. The first findings highlighted not only the strong connections between educational and clinical knowledge but also the urgent need to build an educational knowledge capable of realizing the person’s empowerment for active participation in highly digital social and health systems.
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