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  • Anodal tDCS Over the Right Temporoparietal Junction Lowers Overbidding in Contests. [Journal Article]
    Front Neurosci 2019; 13:528Wang M, Li J, … Zhu C
  • Overbidding, which means bidding over the Nash equilibrium, is commonly observed in competitive social interactions, such as a contest or auction. Recent neuroscience studies show that the right temporoparietal junction (rTPJ) is related to overbidding and associated with inferring the intentions of others during competitive interactions. The present study investigates the neural underpinnings of…
  • When more is not better: 10 'don'ts' in endometriosis management. An ETIC * position statement. [Journal Article]
    Hum Reprod Open 2019; 2019(3):hoz009ETIC Endometriosis Treatment Italian Club
  • A network of endometriosis experts from 16 Italian academic departments and teaching hospitals distributed all over the country made a critical appraisal of the available evidence and definition of 10 suggestions regarding measures to be de-implemented. Strong suggestions were made only when high-quality evidence was available. The aim was to select 10 low-value medical interventions, characteriz…
  • Management of chronic pain in Italy: proposal for specific priority criteria. [Journal Article]
    Ig Sanita Pubbl 2018 Nov-Dec; 74(6):543-545Miceli L, Bednarova R, … Bove T
  • General practitioners often request specialist consultations to manage their patients affected by chronic pain, but in Italy wait times for the consultations are usually very long. For this reason, The Friuli Venezia Giulia region is the first Italian region to start using priority criteria for access to consultation with a pain specialist (brief within 10 days, delayed within 30 days, scheduled …
  • How Procurement Judges The Value of Medical Technologies: A Review of Healthcare Tenders. [Review]
    Int J Technol Assess Health Care 2019; 35(1):50-55Miller FA, Lehoux P, … Krahn M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Procurement's evaluative approach is distinctive. While aiming to go beyond price in the acquisition of most medical technologies, it adopts a narrow approach to assessing quality and costs, but also attends to factors little considered by HTA, suggesting opportunities for mutual lesson learning.
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