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13 - ene. - 2017
The fourth session of Progress Reports on the 18th January
The fourth session of the Programme Valdecilla Progress Reports will take place on the 18th of January. The conference will be given by Beatriz Abascal Bolado, Pneumology Specialist at the University Hospital Marqués de Valdecilla, post-MIR contract Wenceslao López Albo with a stay at the Mayo Clinic, in Rochester, Minnesota.
 

The session will be about Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD) and is briefly summarized below:

COPD is a prevalent disease with a high burden to the patient and also to the health system. To categorize these patients could help clinicians in their practice. There are different studies about important aspects of this categorization that provide information. This presentation will deal about this studies and the future of the categorization and treatment, based on new approach to comorbidities, risk of hospitalization, psychological aspect of the disease and pulmonary rehabilitation.

This programme of seminars is given by young researchers on the field of IDIVAL’s clinic and laboratories. The speakers will explain the scientific advances of their current research projects. With the idea of debating and networking, the main goal of these meetings, all the predoctoral contracts, Post-MIR Valdecilla López Albo researchers, Río Hortega and Inn-Val grants are invited to attend to the sessions as part of their training.

The meeting will take place in lecture room 2-3, pavilion 16 of the HUMV (the lecture room has a capacity of 30 people).

Researchers who attend 80% of the meetings throughout the academic year will receive a certificate of assistance.


Gobierno de Cantabria  Servicio Cántabro de Salud  Hospital Universitario Marqués de Valdecilla   Universidad de Cantabria    Instituto de Salud Carlos III 
INSTITUTO DE INVESTIGACIÓN MARQUÉS DE VALDECILLA
Edificio IDIVAL, Avenida Cardenal Herrera Oria s/n,
39011 Santander (CANTABRIA).

Phone.: 942 31 55 15
Fax: 942 31 55 17

 

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