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Recognition and Celebration: Completion of Residency Program for Family Medicine and Nursing Professionals in Asturias

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Recognition and Celebration: Completion of Residency Program for Family Medicine and Nursing Professionals in Asturias

OVIEDO, 21 Abr. (EUROPA PRESS) – The Family and Community Medicine and Nursing Teaching Unit at the Central University Hospital of Asturias (HUCA) is set to hold a meeting on April 23 and 24 to celebrate the accomplishments of 86 individuals who are completing their residency in Asturias, including 59 family doctors and 27 nurses.

Currently, the public health network in Asturias is training a total of 295 Family and Community Care residents, with 240 medical professionals and 55 nursing professionals. The Resident Meeting and Primary Care conferences, with the theme ‘Communication with 5 senses,’ have attracted 450 registered professionals.

The meeting will be opened by the Deputy Minister of Health Policy, Pablo García, and closed by the managing director of the Health Service (Sespa). Keynote speeches will be delivered by various professionals, including communicator Carlota Suárez García and coach Natasha Lee.

Residents will present their final projects on topics such as drug use, lifestyle habits, emotional well-being communication, teledermatology, and end-of-life processes. These projects are eligible for awards from scientific societies.

Additionally, residents will present clinical cases, literature reviews, or experiences in the ‘Exploring health‘ section, with the best work receiving recognition. The Ministry of Health will also award the III Salvador Tranche Prize for the best communication in the Experience Laboratory section.

The event promises to be a valuable opportunity for residents to showcase their hard work and dedication to the field of healthcare.

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