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We need rules in order to construe the medicine of the future and to be able to understand, recognise, study and govern phenomena.

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Antonio Addis

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The regulatory affairs of tomorrow

Rules to regulate the innovation that is constantly proposed in this sector

A conversation with Giovanna Scroccaro and Armando Genazzani

Does the exception prove the rule?

It is useful to account for such exceptions in order to maintain the right degree of flexibility while continuing to follow the rules

Antonio Addis

Regulating proximity– transparency of rules

When the rules are clear you should not be worried about the possibility to collaborate

Interview with Patrizia Popoli

Words

Rules

We need rules in order to construe the medicine of the future and to be able to understand, recognise, study and govern phenomena.

Gender

The phenomena that will be influencing future medicine are viewed as complex and never fully “binary”.

Proximity

Looking for a medicine that is closer to and more ready to meet users’ most distant and different needs.

Changes

Studying it, being able to interpret and govern it so that it does not dominate us is such an ancient lesson.

It happens

Stories of a becoming that perhaps we have not been able to fully bring into focus yet.

Failure

When we are faced with big uncertainties all we can do is trial, experiment and learn from our mistakes.

Distance

The natural way to find a new view and to see things in a different way is to keep the right distance.

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Rules

Rules for an ethical behaviour

A journey marked by six keywords

Luciano Manicardi

Rules

Making the rules during an emergency

How can you reconcile political decisions with scientific data during a context of uncertainty?

Interview with Giacomo Galletti and Enrico Girardi

Rules

Making the rules together

In order for justice to work citizens should have a healthy relationship with rules

Interview with Gherardo Colombo

Gender

The care crisis and women bearing its weight

The cause of this crisis and how we can end it with a focus on public collective accountability

Interview with Emma Dowling

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Nel 2016 a Roma viene ritrovato il cadavere di Luca Varani. A ucciderlo sono stati due ragazzi ...“normali”. Un gesto apparentemente inspiegabile che turba profondamente l’opinione pubblica. Ne parla @NicolaLagioia ne “La città dei vivi”.
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Non si poteva non affidare a @marco_vergano, medico anestesista e rianimatore, il compito di aprire... la giornata #8words22 con la parola “prossimità”, proprio l’elemento che durante la pandemia è mancato di più.

🔎 Leggi il report: https://t.co/TK9bXLo5hi

La Costituzione italiana afferma che i detenuti hanno pari diritto ai cittadini in libertà alla ...cura, ma è realmente così? Ne abbiamo parlato con Nerina Dirindin e @fabiogui64, Forum nazionale per il diritto alla salute delle persone private della libertà.
https://t.co/rVrgi3xJ0V

"Mi accorgo che quando la scienza si ferma dicendo non c’è più nulla da fare, il paziente ha ...ancora parecchia strada davanti".
Il racconto di Giuseppe Naretto.
https://t.co/AN5DQCwzAC

Le “competenze”: parla Nicola Magrini di @Aifa_ufficiale.

“Nessuna istituzione sarà mai in ...grado di far fronte solo con le competenze interne a tutte le necessità che dovessero sorgere. Allo stesso tempo serve una solida competenza interna che orienti”.

https://t.co/2DzXXT82ZS

La crisi pandemica ha messo in evidenza l’importanza di una robusta rete pubblica di welfare e i ...tanti limiti di tale rete nel nostro Paese. Ma come procedere per rimediare? L'articolo di Elena Granaglia.
https://t.co/uGlfIzaEkx

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