Education, Healthcare, ICU

National Conference on Humanization 2015: CEHS and IC-HU Project Join Forces

Hola a tod@s, my dear amig@s:

It is for me gratifying to announce that in 2015, the HU-CI project will organize in Madrid together with the Center of Humanization of Health  (@Humanizar_es), the National Conference on Humanization.


This year, the main theme of which will be the 20th Conference of our friends is Intensive Care, and we look forward to the assistance of many of you live, and thousands more via streaming.

As there is so much to do, we ask you to get in touch with us (gabihache@hotmail.com) before December 22, 2014 to send proposals for topics and speakers, because as of that date, we will close the program. We will try to make it as attractive as possible, and it will also include workshops and courses.

We are preparing a press kit to get partnerships and sponsors, so if anyone has ideas about which companies might be interested in the Conference, please let us know. The greater the collaboration, the lower will be the registration fee and I assure you it will be very competitive, so no one will miss it!

I am sure with the help of everybody, we will make this Conference a meeting point for people, regardless of their status, a forum for listening and a space where at the Center will be the human being: sick people, their families, and professionals.

We are still committed to the revolution.

21st century medicine is people-centered.

by Gabi Heras, ICU Physician
*Re-posted with permission from: http://www.humanizingintensivecare.com/2014/12/hola-tods-my-dear-amigs-it-is-for-my.html

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