The HUCA recognizes the work of Nursing and Primary Care Medicine residents who complete their training

The HUCA recognizes the work of Nursing and Primary Care Medicine residents who complete their training
The HUCA recognizes the work of Nursing and Primary Care Medicine residents who complete their training

OVIEDO, April 21. (EUROPA PRESS) –

The Family and Community Medicine and Nursing Teaching Unit will hold a meeting on April 23 and 24 at the Central University Hospital of Asturias (HUCA) to recognize the work of the 86 people who finish their residency in Asturias, 59 family doctors and 27 nurses.

In total, the public health network currently trains 295 Family and Community Care residents (69 men and 226 women), of which 240 are medical professionals and 55 are nursing professionals, as indicated by the Principality in a press release. this Sunday.

The Resident Meeting and Primary Care conferences, organized by the teaching unit, this year’s motto is ‘Communication with 5 senses’ and already has 450 registered professionals.

The Deputy Minister of Health Policy, Pablo García, will open the meeting, on Tuesday the 23rd, at 4:30 p.m. in the HUCA assembly hall. For his part, the managing director of the Health Service (Sespa), will be in charge of closing it on Wednesday, the 24th, at 7:45 p.m.

The program includes the inaugural conference ‘Communication counts. I’ll tell you, are we counting on you?’, by Carlota Suárez García, communicator, writer and dental hygienist at the Roces-Montevil health center, in Gijón. In addition, two other conferences will be held, one by José Vázquez, nurse and coordinator of the Sexualities educational project, and another by Natasha Lee, coach of Telecable Hockey Gijón, who will offer the presentation Practice Leads to Perfection.

The day will be divided into discussion tables in which residents will present their work. They will have different themes, such as drug use, modification of lifestyle habits, communication for emotional well-being, teledermatology or last wills and end-of-life processes. These final residency projects, 19 in total (6 in nursing and 13 in medicine), are eligible for awards from scientific societies.

The symposium also includes the ‘Exploring health’ section, in which residents present a clinical case, a literature review or an experience. In total, there will be 25 and the best work will be awarded by one of the scientific societies.

On the other hand, the Ministry of Health will award the III Salvador Tranche Prize for the best communication in the Experience Laboratory section, in which teaching centers present an activity or initiative carried out as a team.

 
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