Càtedra de Bioètica Fundació Grífols


Annual Report 2019

Annual Report 2019

The report includes activities, awards and publications for 2018, together with key organizational information.


Webinars of Public Health

Webinars of Public Health

Webinars 30 November, 2and 3 December.

For several years, we have been organizing an annual seminar with the Spanish Society for Public Health and Health Administration (SESPAS) to discuss key issues in public health. Unfortunately, this year we are unable to meet in person, and we have therefore chosen a virtual format with three sessions opened to public.

 

 

Registration from 23 November


La salud pública, el género y la ética


Cities that care, including at the end of life


Meet the winners!

Meet the winners!

The jury has announced the winners of the 2020 Bioethics Awards.

GRANTS

Belén Jiménez, of the Open University of Catalonia, and Ignacio Brescó, of Aalborg University, for "Can artificial intelligence help us prepare for death? Ethical questions regarding chatbots for grief and the end of life."

 

The team led by Laura Martínez of Sant Joan de Déu Research Foundation for "The ethics of biomedical research in the context of COVID-19. (Evaluative quality of CEIm)."

 

The team led by Anna Falcó and Loris Bonetti, with researchers from the University of Barcelona, the University of Applied Sciences and Arts of Southern Switzerland and the Universitá degli Studi, Milan, for "Influence of the health crisis as a result of COVID-19 in ethical conflicts of intensive care professionals in Catalonia and Lombardy. (Quali – ETIC – COVID-19 Research)."

 

Rebeca Pardo of the International University of Catalonia and Montse Morcate of the University of Barcelona for "The ethics of images of illness, death and grieving in times of COVID-19."

 

The team led by Josefina Goberna of the University of Barcelona for "Giving birth in times of the COVID-19 pandemic: Ethical implications of maternity care."

 

The team led by Andrea Rodríguez-Prat of the International University of Catalonia for "Death in solitude from the perspective of COVID-19 survivors. A phenomenological study."

 

To the research team of Joaquín Hortal (Clinical Ethics Committee Granada North-east), Maite Cruz (Andalusian School of Public Health) and Javier Padilla ( Guadix High Resolution Hospital) for "Una de cal y otra de arena: citizen suspicion of COVID-19 vaccination and rejection of the flu vaccine among health professionals."

 

Jordi Muñoz of the University of Barcelona for "Health, democracy and freedom. The ethical and political dilemmas of the pandemic."

 

AUDIOVISUAL PRIZE

Documentary "Ole mi coño, fighting back against cyber blackmail" by Patricia Franquesa, produced by Gadea Films and Ringo Media.

 

Special mention for the documentary Segundina Flores by Clara Camprubí, produced by Looky Produccions.

 

SENIOR HIGH SCHOOL PRIZE

First prize for Genome editing by Carlos Barata, student at  La Salle, Girona.

 

Second prize for Female genital mutilation by Noa Calvo, student at l'Institut Dertosa, Tortosa.

 

Third prize for The diseases of poverty. Beyond a health problem by Bet Corominas, student at Escola Pia, Mataró.

 

Total submissions were: 48 grants, 134 audiovisual projects, and 15 high school projects