Francesco Carelli

Francesco Carelli
University of Milan | UNIMI · Department of Medical Sciences

EURACT Council National Representative, BME Committee Chair, Executive Board

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He exhibied, winning prizes, works of this kind, such as Airplanes, Screwing, Inverted, Spiral, Aerial Landscape, Sensation of 1-time flight, Sensation of 2-time flight, Aerial perspective, Spiral of Helix, Launch of Parachute, Hydro speed, The sense of Emptiness, rhythms of airplanes, 27 works presented in Milan, in 1931, at the Futurist Exhibitio...
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In 1929, together with other futurists, he published the Manifesto of aeropainting. Several of his works are representations of flying over cities outlining famous buildings. He exhibied, winning prizes, works of this kind, such as Airplanes, Screwing, Inverted, Spiral, Aerial Landscape, Sensation of 1-time flight, Sensation of 2-time flight, Aeria...
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A professional appraisal can be defined as the process whereby an appraiser examines and evaluates an appraisee's work by comparing it with pre-set standards
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EURACT mette in guardia i politici su spericolate innovazioni, carenti di analisi di esperienze e di evidenze scientifiche, senza attenzione alla vera salute dei pazienti Prof. Francesco Carelli EURACT Council, National Representative., Executive Dopo i progetti della Conferenza Regioni Italiane sul Piano Salute, la risposta di EURACT (European Aca...
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Medici di famiglia, la dipendenza non convince. Il caso Portogallo e EURACT Statement tags: Medici di famiglia, Medici, Medici di Medicina generale, articoli correlati 25-10-2021 | Riforma territorio, Agenas: Mmg non saranno dipendenti. Il documento 13-10-2021 | Dipendenza, petizione di medici di famiglia al ministro: indispensabile per il futuro n...
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His meteoric destiny had come to an end at the age of forty-one, at the peak of the glory, leaving the world of art dumbfounded. He had chosen Maloja because of its bewitching scenery, a myth generating land to him, though undoubtedly also because of the presence of the Kursaal Palace, an exclusive hotel for the European intelligentsia and high soc...
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Kaori lamp, 70s, mod. 1930, metal and white stretch fabric.. Designed by Kazuhide Takahama in 1973 for Sirrah, the famous Saori ( Kaori ) model wall lamp is an example of refined minimalist design of its time, an ethereal and allusive geometric entity, an ideal of abstraction with an enveloping and never predictable visual impact, unique in the pan...
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The definition of the problematic in Italo Offredi's painting allows us to see a tension based on the schematization and extension of the lines of the objects he depicts. These contrasting representations with lines of force allow the painted subjects to vibrate intensely due to the ever new and lively chromatism in which Offredi know how to expert...
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Huelsenbeck was the editor of the Dada Almanach, and wrote Dada siegt, En Avant Dada and other Dadaist works. Huelsenbeck's autobiography Memoirs of a Dada Drummer gives detailed accounts of his interactions with many key figures of the movement. Of his music, Hugo Ball wrote, "Huelsenbeck has arrived. He pleads for an intensification of rhythm (...
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Tatlin’s training as an icon painter may have been significant in suggesting to him how unusual materials might be introduced into painting, but the most important revelation in this respect was his encounter with Picasso’s Cubist collages, which he saw on a trip to Paris in 1913. Another echo of his earliest concerns – one that remains in his work...
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Home Cronache Medico di famiglia al bivio? Cosa ne pensano in Europa di Francesco Carelli 07 OTT-Gentile Direttore, la recente presa di posizione di EURACT (European Academy of Teachers in Family Medicine and General Practice) e di WONCA Europe, su quanto accade in Portogallo, dove, dai giornali, si apprende la volontà da parte del ministro della S...
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Suprematism Her painting The Violin of 1914 suggests the development from Cubism towards the "painterly architectonics" series of 1916–1918. This series defined her distinct artistic trajectory in abstract form. The canvas surface is an energy field of overlapping and intersecting angular planes in a constant state of potential release of energy. A...
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In her painting “ Figures - 1931 “ there are two figures, one male standing and one female sitting. The man has a hat on his head that recalls that of sailors, along with the blue and white striped tank top that he wears underneath the light blue monochromatic shirt with yellow buttons, over which he wears a black jacket with a red cuff; the trouse...
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In 1900, Gino Severini he met the painter Umberto Boccioni. Together they visited the studio of Giacomo Balla, where they were introduced to the technique of Divisionism, painting with adjacent rather than mixed colors and breaking the painted surface into a field of stippled dots and stripes. The ideas of Divisionism had a great influence on Sever...
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In this period, he went back to the figurative, but figures stand motionless in an elementary landscape, they are faceless, without beard, without arms, eyes, nose, ears. Malevich doesn’t see anymore the man of the future, or better, the future for men has become an unfathomable enigma. People become mutilated mannequins, prisoners in a criminal gu...
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Primary Care, as the first line medicine, with its holistic and longitudinal approach for acute and chronic diseases, working on prevention and rehabilitation, is one of the most vital components in the strategy to control costs and improve outcomes. General Practice is the bedrock of the National Health System, where Practices are significant orga...
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Mario Sironi was one of the greatest Master in Italian XXth Century, with a real complex activity in all the periods of his painting, since the Symbolist beginning to the Divisionist moment, from the Futurist period to the Metaphysic one, from Italian “ Novecento “ to mural painting and to the works of the period after Second World War. Sironi was...
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Background: How does one describe General Practice/Family Medicine (GP/FM) undergraduate education in European universities? Until now, there has been no minimum standards for learning goals, educators or delivery of education. The WONCA Europe statement of 2017 called for action towards a sustainable health workforce (WONCA 2017), so that the futu...
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In the first survey in Milan ( city / town ) Cariplo Fundation found 14.000 students having no access to devices and connections in everyday life. E-learning ( distance school / lessons ) doesn’t exist for them. National data are not different , possibly and really worse in the South and in the little cities in mountains. In 2018 – 2019 ISTAT ( Nat...
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One hundred years ago there was a wizard, with a little devil as helper. One day, the little devil suggested that the wizard could become a great painter. With his magic wand he put shapes and colours on the canvas, moved a red spot here, a yellow circle there, but notwithstanding his work, the final result was horrible ! a disgusting bulk of colou...
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Foreword: As mentioned in the WONCA Europe statement released in September 2017 (WONCA Europe 2017), there are no common minimum standards for the undergraduate General Practice/Family Medicine (GP/FM) curriculum in Europe. However, standards for the GP/FM Specialty Training have been recently published (Michels et al. 2018). The European Academy o...
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Katsushika Hokusai (1760 – 1849) has long enjoyed a strong international reputation and is considered by many to be Japan’s greatest artist. The British Museum has staged the first exhibition in the UK to focus on the later years of the life and art of Hokusai, featuring his iconic print ‘The Great Wave’ of c. 1831 and continuing to the sublime pai...
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For Tullio Crali (1910-2000) Futurism was not just a school of painting but an attitude to life itself. His powerful imagery reflected the movement’s unrestrained enthusiasm for the modern world, embracing technology and the machine as important sources of creative inspiration. Given its particular focus on “the immense visual and sensory drama of...
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Edward Burne-Jones (1833-98) was a pioneer of the symbolist movement and the only Pre-Raphaelite to achieve worldwide recognition in his lifetime. This ambitious and wide-ranging exhibition will bring together over 150 works in different media including painting, stained glass and tapestry, reasserting him as one of the most influential British art...
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A visionary painter, printmaker and poet, Blake created some of the most iconic images in the history of British art and has remained an inspiration to artists, musicians, writers and performers worldwide for over two centuries. Online you can see the exhibition Tate Britain managed bringing together 300 remarkable and rarely seen works and redisco...
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1932 was an extraordinary year for Picasso, even by his own standards. His painting reached a new level of sensuality and he cemented his celebrity status as the most influential artist of the early 20th century. Over the course of this year he created some of his best loved works, including Nude Woman in a Red Armchair, confident colour-satured po...
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Dora Maar’s little-known painting The Conversation 1937 is shown in the UK for the first time in Tate Modern’s new exhibition of the artist’s work. Rarely seen in public, the large-scale canvas features Maar and MarieThérèse Walter, Picasso’s former lover, sitting back to back in a red interior. This loaded scene is the only known time that Maar ad...
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In 1917, Nash arrived on the battlefields of Ypres Salient and, initially, he wrote that he was excited as a schoolboy and thought the landscape as the one he was used, similar just the same as in Sussex. His first impressions were captured by the beautiful continuity of nature, also mixed with the bombed and battered countryside, So, at the beginn...
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Considered as the first form of expression of creativity, the game has always been subject of interest by the most illustrious thinkers who have argued the educational role in different eras. Right from antiquities children had available numerous playing opportunities related to the life to ' open and all ' use of readily available materials in na...
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Goncharova’s artistic output traces, influences and transcends the art movements of the 20th century. Born in 1881, she was inspired by the traditional customs and cultures of her native Central Russia – inspirations that pervade her life’s work. By the age of 32, she had already established herself as a leader of the Moscow avant-garde and was the...
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Impressionists in London looks at French painters’ keen observations of British culture and social life, which were notably different to the café culture found in Paris. Evocative depictions of figures enjoying London parks such as Pissarro’s Kew Green 1892 are in stark contrast to formal French gardens where walking on the grass was prohibited. Sc...
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The increase in average life expectancy has over time resulted in a rising incidence of chronic degenerative diseases and consequent over-medicalization (polypharmacy) in older adults, with an augmented risk of Adverse Drug Reactions (ADRs) and Potentially Inappropriate Drug Prescriptions (PIDP). Medication reconciliation and Deprescribing, an impo...
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In Europe the organization of work varies from country to country depending on whether liberal, regulated or with salary. Organization depends on the system of payment of medical services, the way of running general practice, the availability of equipment and the freedom or not to acquire new patients. In any European nation doctors are imposed in...
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Marking 100 years since the end of the First World War, this exhibition, at Tate Britain, explores the immediate impact of the conflict on British, German and French art. As the first exhibition to examine the culture of memorials alongside new developments in post-war art it consider how artists responded to the physical and psychological scars le...
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Since the nineteenth century, Campari has been responsible for some of the most distinctive and innovative imagery created in Italy. In a new exhibition this summer, London's Estorick Collection traces the history of Campari's pioneering approach to advertising its iconic ruby-red aperitivo. Drawn from Campari's extensive archives in Milan, the sh...
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This paper summarises a ten-year conversation within London Journal of Primary Care about the nature of community-oriented integrated care (COIC) and how to develop and evaluate it. COIC means integration of efforts for combined disease-treatment and health-enhancement at local, community level. COIC is similar to the World Health Organisation conc...
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ABSTRACT This paper summarises a ten-year conversation within London Journal of Primary Care about the nature of community-oriented integrated care (COIC) and how to develop and evaluate it. COIC means integration of efforts for combined disease-treatment and health-enhancement at local, community level. COIC is similar to the World Health Organisa...
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Workshop at WONCA Europe 2018 in Krakow , managed by EURACT Basic Medical Committee
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Giacometti had a strong interest in death and the transformation of the living body into a motionless corpse; he, often, recollected how he had witnessed the death of a travelling companion at a young age, which had a traumatizing effect on his vision: " IN a few hours he had turned into a object . A nothing. That meant, of course, that death could...
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Francesco Carelli, University Milan, Rome At Leopold Museum in Vienna, the exhibition “Foreign Gods” allows African and Oceanic art to enter into a dialogue with select works by protagonists of classical Modernism. The presentation calls to mind Europe’s exotic art adventure and its impact on the avant-garde, the fascination art from “ foreign “ cu...
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Background Substantial variations are still to be found in the strength of general practice/family medicine (GP/FM) across Europe regarding governance, workforce competence and performance, as well as academic development and position. Governments are encouraged by the WHO to secure high quality primary health care to their population, a necessity...
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Interactive and multimedia methods are the future, already developing in teaching and learning modules in Medicine. It happens and has to happen because: 1) It improves tools for the teacher in preparing and showing the bulk of materials on which students must study and learn; it enables interactivity with learners both in formative pathway and in...
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Children, even if so young, are very interested in anything in the world and can easily learn lots of information and attitudes. They can also appreciate Arts in Museum and Exhibitions, provided you don't bare nor stress them with long inappropriate speeches or requiring too difficult performances. If you are able to introduce them to the topic mak...
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Antonio Ligabue is a self-taught artist. His pictures are childlike and uninhibited, based on instinct. Considered one of the most interesting artists of the 20th century, his genius is founded on solitude and emargination. Liguabue suffered from mental illness and experienced neglect and abandonment in childhood. A big exhibition is running at Cas...
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Which wire ties the surreal world of Salvador Dalì, the Jewish religion and the psychoanalysis of Freud? An interweaving of two graphic series concurrently to the exhibition Dalì's Experience in Bologna are exposed at Jewish Museum.
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Medicina generale, in Italia crisi di vocazioni irreversibile TAGS: LUOGHI GEOGRAFICI, ISTRUZIONE PROFESSIONALE, FORMAZIONE MEDICA, FORMAZIONE PROFESSIONALE, EDUCAZIONE NON PROFESSIONALE, FORMAZIONE PROFESSIONALE IN SANITÀ PUBBLICA, EUROPA, MEDICI DI FAMIGLIA, MEDICI «Se mancheranno 10 mila medici di famiglia tra qualche anno non credo saranno sos...
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Francis Bacon è riconosciuto internazionalmente come il più grande pittore inglese del secolo scorso e il più grande dopo Turner. Esposizioni svolte negli anni nelle sedi della Tate Gallery ( Tate Britain a Londra e Tate Liverpool ) hanno esplorato gli aspetti principali della sua personalità. Molti dei suoi lavori principali si presentano con una...
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300 outstanding objects are exposed together for the exhibition including more than 200 spectacular finds excavated off the coast of Egypt near Alexandria between 1996 and 2012. Important loans from Egyptian museums rarely seen before outside Egypt (and the first such loans since the Egyptian revolution) are supplemented with objects from various s...
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Some call him a storyteller, while others consider him the only artist who could capture the very instant – crystallized in time – of a scene, or the essence of a person. After all, it was Edward Hopper himself (1882-1967) – the best-known and most popular American artist of the 20th century, a man of few words, a retiring personality who loved the...
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Friday, 27 January 2017 21:16 Vivian Maier : the real in everyday banality Written by Francesco Carelli Francesco Carelli “For all the dinners are coke, the plates and cups washed, the children sent to school and gone out into the world. All has vanished.. No biography or history has a word to say about it. “ Virginia Woolf, A Room of One’s Own...
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“For all the dinners are coke, the plates and cups washed, the children sent to school and gone out into the world. All has vanished.. No biography or history has a word to say about it. “ Virginia Woolf, A Room of One’s Own The Old Arengario, the Medieval Town Hall in Monza (Milano) hosts till January 2017, an important exhibition from Vivian Maie...
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Full Terms & Conditions of access and use can be found at http://www.tandfonline.com/action/journalInformation?journalCode=tlpc20 Download by: [80.182.223.69] Date: 26 December 2016, At: 01:40 London Journal of Primary Care ISSN: 1757-1472 (Print) 1757-1480 (Online) Journal homepage: http://www.tandfonline.com/loi/tlpc20 Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec’s...
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“I want now to tell what happened to a person, who although had been immoral in the past, afterwards deserved for many years the name of perfect penitent and no less. Because of her sins and severe punishment, she lived relegated in a very narrow place. And while it was very hot and she heard the moans of people passing nearby, she felt the sweet f...
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Guttuso: the strength of things Marina Mesina , Francesco Carelli - University of Milan The exhibition “Guttuso. The strength of things” (in Pavia, Italy, Stable of Visconti Castle) not only displays works and memories of the artist’s life, but also reconstructs by images and chronicles the cultural context and places where the works were created...
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Escher is the 'Pop' Dutch genius whose visions have captured the imagination of designers and the minds of scientists, exerting a lasting influencing on many other artists. He was engraver, intellectual and mathematician whose visionary works have shaped the collective imagination. Two Hundered works by the artist are on display in the halls of the...
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Tate Britain uncovers the dynamic dialogue between British painters and photographers; from the birth of the modern medium to the blossoming of art photography. Spanning over 70 years, this exhibition brings together nearly 200 works – many for the first time – to reveal their mutual influences. From the first explorations of movement and illuminat...
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“I have worked to enrich my intelligence and meet my mind’s various needs, striving with all of my being for an understanding of the different interpretations of art given by the ancient and modern masters.” Henri Matisse, ‘Notes d'un peintre’. in La Grande Revue, 25 December 1908. Described by one of his Pointillist friends as “wildly impatient”,...
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class, “ the century’s true pandemonium , personification of madness outside of the madhouse; reservoir of disorder, recklessness, the spirit of rebellion and opposition to all established order”, i.e. the Scapigliatura movement. Touching on all forms of expression from painting and literature to music and theatre – Scapigliatura is the product of...
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Denounce the dismantling of NHS and GPs’ Courses with fake and subtle systems Professor Francesco Carelli - University of Milan, EURACT Executive I denounce here the Regional Council in Lombardia Italy -Milan, capital - (as probably many other Regional Councils---we have 20 Regional Councils, but only part of them "organise" specific Courses for...
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The Leopold Museum in Wien is presenting eminent masterpieces - as paintings and graphic works - by artists from the association “Die Brücke” (The Bridge), by exponents of the group “Der Blaue Reiter” , as well as by the solitary artist Christian Rohlfs, to illustrate German painting’s departure into Modernism. Among the presented works there are...