The scientist with the media: Coming soon

The availability of specialized courses in science for journalists is broad, however, the reverse is not true. For the most part, medical personnel from both the field of research and primary care continue to have little experience or knowledge of how the media works. This training seminar enables participants to get close to the work… 2017

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10a edició – Madrid, 21 i 22 de novembre de 2017

The various debates organized by the Esteve Foundation between scientists and journalists always highlighted one weakness in science journalism: lack of communication between both parties. The range of specialized courses in science for journalists is extensive, however, we cannot say that the reverse is true. Medical personnel from both the field of research and the…

9th edition – Madrid, June, 13-14 2017

If drawing up a research project to obtain funds used to be an important part in the career of all scientists, in view of today's economical situation, this process has become essential. The Esteve Foundation therefore decided to organize a new course addressed to future health science researchers, to learn the techniques and basic skills… 2017

8th edition – Madrid, November, 16-17 2016

The various debates organized by the Esteve Foundation between scientists and journalists always highlighted one weakness in science journalism: lack of communication between both parties. The range of specialized courses in science for journalists is extensive, however, we cannot say that the reverse is true. Medical personnel from both the field of research and the… 2016

II Film and Bioethics Cycle

Watch movies and discuss bioethics with filmmakers and other experts. That's the proviso of the new edition of the film cycle held every summer in Madrid's Matadero venue, which uses the films and the conflicts of their protagonists to spark discussions on bioethics. Organized by the Francisco Vallés Institute of Clinical Ethics, in collaboration with… 2016

31st edition – Madrid, June, 10-11 2016

When speaking in front of an audience, only 15% of what actually reaches the public corresponds to the spoken message. In contrast, more than half the information retained by listeners lies in nonverbal communication. Indeed, the lecturer’s posture, gesture and eye gaze tell a lot more on how he/she feels than mere words. These courses… 2016