González R. (coord.). Documento sobre Mujeres y ciencia. 2004

Even though women represent 59% of all bachelors degrees, they only account for 12.8% of the professors of Spanish universities; institutions like the Royal Academy of Jurisprudence and Legislation, or the Catalan Foundation for Research, have no women in their staffs; there is not one single female professor of Pediatrics or Gynecology and Obstetrics in… 2004

Bosch F, Morales P, Lucena MI, Baños JE. Present and future of REC in Spain: the challenge of the training courses. Clin Exp Pharmacol Physiol 2004; 31:A81

From the training courses for members of Research Ethics Committees (RECs) organized by Esteve Foundation, several data and conclusions on the present situation of these committees in Spain were extracted. We analyzed the main problems and aspects to be improved on RECs (through the group-discussions during the seminars), the perceived need for this type of… 2004

F. Bosch, J.E. Baños, S. Erill. Medical education beyond patient-physician relationship: an experience from the Esteve Foundation. Educación Médica 2004; 7:36, 47-48

ABSTRACT: It is universally accepted that medical education continues after leaving medical school and most would agree that the skills then acquired do include aspects not always contemplated during the school years. We present here the involvement of the Esteve Foundation on three different educational topics relevant to many graduates: a) Acquiring skills to serve… 2004

Bosch F. X Simposio Fundación Esteve: Situación actual y perspectivas del agonismo inverso. Actualidad en Farmacología y Terapéutica 2003; 1:125-126

This commentary summarizes the aims and main topics discussed during the Xth international symposium organized by the Esteve Foundation. The symposium was held in S'Agaró (Girona, Spain) in October 2-5, 2002. It was chaired by Adriaan IJzerman (Leiden/Amsterdam Center for Drug Research) and a total of 23 speakers completed the three days meeting. During the… 2003