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Course on Humanization of Healthcare

9 May to 13 June

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9 May to 13 June

Practical course on empathy, empowerment and coaching

 

The Grífols Foundation Chair of Bioethics, in partnership with Humanicemos la salud, has organized a course to provide health professionals with the skills and tools to promote a person-centred doctor–patient relationship.

 

The course uses participatory approaches and coaching tools to explore the humanization of health care from a range of perspectives. The topics it addresses include the patient relationship, the role of the emotions, patient-centred clinical practice, and relationship skills.

 

The course will be taught by Teresa Ferreiro, professional coach and founder of Baby Beatle, and Mónica Queralt, graduate in management and business administration and a trainer specializing in leadership.

 

Location: Espacio UVic-UCC
Vía Augusta, 123 Barcelona
Dates: 9, 16, 23 and 30 May, and 6 and 13 June 2019.
Thursday from 16:00 to 20:00.

 

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An application for accreditation has been submitted to the Consell Català de Formació Continuada de les Professions sanitàries (Catalan Committee for Professional Development for Health Professionals) and the Comisión de Formación Continuada del Sistema Nacional de Salud (Spanish National Health System Commission for Continuing Development).

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‘Maternity on stand-by’

‘Maternity on stand-by'

The Foundation has taken part in a documentary about maternity, produced by Catalan channel TV3

The Foundation has taken part in a documentary about maternity, produced by Catalan channel TV3
The programme includes contributions from Victoria Camps, president of the Foundation, and also incorporates images and conclusions from the workshop, Thinking About Maternity, held in November.


The documentary, screened as part of TV3's Sense Ficció strand, explains that, at almost 31 years, the maternal age in Catalonia is one of the highest in the world. At the same time, Catalonia has one of the lowest fertility rates in Europe: just 1.3 births per woman, compared to a replacement rate of 2.1.

 

These trends have become more pronounced over recent decades, and are joined by a third statistic: for the first time since records began, one in four Catalan women will have no children. Sometimes this is out of choice, but often it is because they are unable to, even with assisted reproduction.

 

'Maternitat en stand-by'
 


ICO course: Introduction to bioethics in multidisciplinary clinical practice (act)

From May 6 yo July 6, 2019

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From May 6 yo July 6, 2019

The Grifols Foundation Chair of Bioethics and the Catalan Institute for Oncology (ICO) are organizing the sixth edition of their course on an introduction to bioethics for care professionals.

 

The aim of the course is to provide participants with tools to identify and analyze ethical dilemmas in their professional practice, and to discuss clinical decision-making from a bioethical perspective. The course will begin with an introduction to the origin and basic concepts of bioethics, before moving on to address issues such as how ethics committees operate, the rights of the patient, the clinical relationship, quality of life in complex decisions, and the allocation of health resources.

 

The course will be taught by Màrius Morlans (Nephrologist. Member of the Bioethics Committee of Catalona), Francisco Montero (Philosopher and nurse. Member of the Health Care Ethics Committee of the Vall d'Hebrón Hospital) and Sergio Ramos (Philosopher. Bioetics professor of the University of Vic).

 

Online course 15 hours.

 

From: May 6, 2019

To: July 6, 2019

 

 

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'Nuevas políticas del cuidar'

Marian Barnes, sociologist and social policy expert, approaches the ethics of care from a perspective that transcends illness and economic hegemony. This publication includes two lectures give at the seminar on Ethics and the values of care, organized by the Official College of Nurses of Barcelona, in partnership with the Víctor Grífols i Lucas Foundation.

 

Only edited in Spanish.

 


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