Journal title PNEI REVIEW
Author/s Mariapia Chiara Mangiameli, Michela Besso
Publishing Year 2020 Issue 2020/1 Language Italian
Pages 18 P. 80-97 File size 155 KB
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For the DoctorTag Pnei project, the authors describe a computerized medical record that will help family physicians to assess the patients’ psycho-socio- cultural profile, through the evaluation of their physiological anamnesis that involves epigenetic factors from seven categories: Physical activity, Nutrition, Job field, Circadian rhythm disorders, Exposure to toxic substances, Gastrointestinal function, Stress management. Physicians, together with other health professionals, can thus identify a personalized and integrated therapy - pharmacological, phytotherapeutic, dietary-nutritional, physical or rehabilitative-motor, as well as psychotherapeutic and educational interventions - to empower patients, harnessing the relational and meditative activities that can lead to lifestyle changes useful to improve quality of life, in particular in a context of emotional coherence. The medical record will help to integrate Pnei within the field of general medicine - which is increasingly expensive, bureaucratic, and standardized - to define a multidimensional and interdisciplinary diagnostic-therapeutic pathway now validated by scientific evidence.
Keywords: Doctor Tag, Family Physicians, epigenetic factors, stress management, multidimensional, interdisciplinarity.
Mariapia Chiara Mangiameli, Michela Besso, Doctor Tag e Cartella Clinica Pnei in Medicina Generale in "PNEI REVIEW" 1/2020, pp 80-97, DOI: 10.3280/PNEI2020-001010