The Integrated Management of the Talavera de la Reina Region, which relies on the Castilla-La Mancha Health Service (Sescam), will hold its fourth Science Week from 3-7 October.
Organized by the Research Committee in cooperation with the Research Support Unit in the Integrated Region mentioned above, during the Science Week, the aim is to disseminate the research work of professionals in the region, in addition to bringing science closer to all citizenship through open activities that they will participate from from educational institutions to research centers.
In this way, the integrated Talavera District will combine science photography with workshops, talks and X Area Research Awards.
Thus, the General University Hospital “Nuestra Señora del Prado” in Talavera de la Reina will host, from theOn October 3 Photography gallery.
Moreover , Tuesday 4 OctoberAt 1:00 p.m., the Hospital Assembly Hall will host the lecture “Microbiota and Allergy” given by Dr. Alvaro Moreno Ancello, an allergist.
The Wednesday October 5At 10:30 a.m., “small workshops for applied research” will be held at the Talavera-Centro Health Center. Specifically, the small workshops will address: “Fall Prevention”, implemented by Nuria García Bonilla; “Tread Analysis” (Clara Sanchez Valero); and “New Techniques Applied to Rehabilitation” (Anna Isabel Corregidor Sanchez). They will be coordinated by the Occupational Therapist at Joa de Talavera, Nuria Garcia.
For his part, the Thursday October 6At 1:30 p.m., the National Hospital for the Paraplegics presents its “Experimental Surgery Laboratory”, in the presence of Dr. Andrés Barriga Martin, Head of Orthopedics and Traumatology. and Dr. Enrique Páramo Rosell, Head of the Animal Facility and Experimental Surgery Service. Admission will be free until the meeting room capacity at Talavera Hospital is full.
finally , Friday 7 October The hospital will present its X Research Awards. With them, the research work of professionals, who in recent years has shown a decisive participation in the increased activity in this field, is acknowledged. In addition, the Research Unit will hold its 9th Research Conference.