Definition of priorities in health policies

Health policies have faced and will continue to face serious tension as a result of economic adjustments. This means that more than ever, the priorities in health policies must be decided correctly. This involves choosing which policies should be applied by any administration here and now. To do this, the Spanish Society of Public Health… 2015

Film and Bioethics Cycle

Why do ethical conflicts of medicine rouse so much interest in films? How do films reflect the most common bioethical problems? The Insituto de Ética Clínca Francisco Vallés - Universidad Europea, in collaboration with the Esteve Foundation and the Fundación Tejerina, organized the Film and Bioethics Cycle, held at the Cineteca of the Matadero de…

13th edition – Valencia, July, 1-2 2015

If standing up and speaking in front of an audience is a source of anxiety, the stress is heightened even more when the official language of the conference, meeting or congress is English. On the 1st and 2nd of July 2015, the Esteve Foundation organized in Valencia with the Centro de Investigación Príncipe Felipe new… 2015

35th edition – Alicante, June, 16-17 2015

The 35th edition of these training seminars to provide the basic skills and techniques to write and publish scientific articles in health sciences was held on June 16-17 2015 at the Universidad Miguel Hernández, in Alicante. Esteve Fernandez, editor of Gaceta Sanitaria from 2004 to 2010, and Ana Maria Garcia, editor of Archivos de Prevención… 2015

Session on biostatistics for journalists and communicators to be held at Universidad de Valencia

If interpreting statistics or results of research is often complicated for health professionals, the task can be much more arduous for journalists involved in scientific information. To shed a little light on some basic concepts and to discuss the problems which biomedical reporters usually face when understanding statistical data, the Session on biostatistics for journalists… 2015

28th edition – Madrid, June, 1-2 2015

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… 2015