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La pediatra indiana Kezevino Aram, direttrice dell’International Center for Child and Public Health, sarà la protagonista dell’incontro che si terrà venerdì 8 giugno alle ore 14.00 nell’Aula Brasca della Fondazione Policlinico Universitario Agostino Gemelli IRCCS.
"L'arte della cura oggi: professionisti sanitari in dialogo". Se sei uno studente di materie biomediche o un giovane professionista, avrai senz'altro iniziato a confrontarti con le tante domande che oggi, più che in passato, tutti noi che operiamo nel mondo della salute ci poniamo.
Brasil 23-25 Agosto 2018. Diálogo Interdisciplinar na Construção da Saúde Integral. Atualmente é consenso comum que a bioquímica e a genética não são suficientes para uma compreensão perspicaz da saúde e da doença,
“A really good liver” I remember when I was a medical student the excitement of going round the wards with a keen doctor who would take us to feel a “really good spleen” or listen to an “interesting cardiac murmur”. Like my fellow students in our new, pristine white coats, I was very excited. However, something in me rebelled and a little voice said, “This isn’t quite right”. It was not that we did not greet the patient, ask permission to examine and do all that medical etiquette and politeness required. I felt uneasy and could not articulate why.
Evolution of medicine and of the hospital. Through the centuries, the European hospital has gone through a real metamorphosis. Starting from the “Hospitalis Domus”, the house where guests were received during the first centuries of our era, the hospital was primarily the place where Christian charity was exercised through all ages.
I am specialised in anaesthesia and I have other specialisations in pain therapy, acupuncture and palliative medicine. I work with 5 colleagues in a specialised medical surgery. (In Germany the national health system has two branches: hospitals and medical clinics/surgeries). Our clinic for pain therapy and palliative medicine, is the biggest medical surgery for the therapy of chronic pain in Germany.
Right from the beginning of my professional career, it was very clear for me that the patient had to occupy centre stage. As I practised medicine, I understood that this preference had to be translated into practical choices, which were sometimes small but nonetheless fundamental.
Health Dialogue Culture wants to contribute towards the elaboration of a medical anthropology inspired by the principles of the spirituality of unity which animates the Focolare Movement and by related experiences made in different countries.