October 17th-18th, 2019
October 17th-18th, 2019
Porto - Ordem dos Médicos
Until August 31st
Until May 31st
Patients, when ill, present not only a collection of organ systems, one or more of which require the intervention of scientific medicine, but rather as integral humans beings with narratives, preferences, values, psychology and many social necessities. Scientific medicine can only address a fraction of such concerns, so we need to improve and implement health systems science as an emerging component of professional education. Person centered healthcare is a new way of “thinking and doing” in clinical practice which understands patients as persons. This is a philosophy and method which enables affordable biomedical and technological advance to be delivered to patients within a humanistic framework of care that recognizes the importance of treating the patient as a whole person and responding to “her emotional, social and spiritual necessities in addition to her physical needs”.
Selected abstracts will be published in the European Journal for Person Centered Healthcare (EJPCH)
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Director of the Institute of Bioethics, Universidade Católica Portuguesa (IB-UCP).
Associate Professor with aggregation in Universidade Católica Portuguesa.
Member of the European Group on ethics in science and new technologies.
Coordinator of the doctoral program in bioethics (IB-UCP).
Member of the National Council of ethics for the life sciences.
Coordinator of the Unesco Chair in bioethics (IB-UCP)
Program Coordinator for the responsibility in the Research Foundation for science and technology.
Member of the Scientific Integrity of the Instituto Oswaldo Cruz, Fundação Oswaldo Cruz, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil.
Expert consultant of the FP7 in ethics, science and society.
An expert in the area of ethics review of the European Commission (Marie Curie Grants, European Research Council, European Commission DG Research & Innovation Directorate F-Health, European Commission DG Research & Innovation Directorate B-European Research Area b. 6: Ethics and gender).
Ana Azevedo was born in 1975, in Valadares, Vila Nova de Gaia. She graduated in Medicine in 1999. In 2006 she completed her PhD with the thesis “A public health approach to the failing heart”. In 2007 she became a specialist in Internal Medicine. She teaches at the University of Porto Medical School since 1998, and is an Assistant Professor of Epidemiology since 2007, responsible for the teaching of Clinical Epidemiology at the Integrated Master in Medicine, as well as several disciplines on Introduction to Epidemiology, Clinical Epidemiology, Clinical Trials and Cardiovascular Epidemiology in the Master Courses in Epidemiology and Health Education, and the PhD Programme in Public Health. She is Director of the Hospital Epidemiology Center of Centro Hospitalar de São João since 2012. She is member of the Scientific Council for Health Sciences at the Foundation for Science and Technology since 2014. She (co- )authored over 100 full-text publications in internatonal journals, that led to over 1000 citations. Her research areas of interest are in clinical epidemiology of cardiovascular diseases and patient safety.
Professor of Person Centered Health and Social Care/Co- Director, University of West London European Institute for Person Centred Health and Social Care; Editor-in-Chief, European Journal for Person Centered Healthcare & Honorary Professor, St. George’s University Hospital Campus, St. George’s, University of London, UK)
Henrique Barros was born in Porto, in 1957, and graduated in Medicine in 1981. During 1988-89 was research fellow at the Internal Medicine department of Lund´s University Hospital. In 1991 became Gastroenterology specialist and defended his PhD, with research on the epidemiology of viral hepatitis. He is Full Professor of Epidemiology at the University of Porto since 1999. He launched the Master Programs in Public Health, Epidemiology and Sociology and Health as well as the doctoral program in Public Health at the University of Porto and the doctoral program in Global Public Health (program director), a joint program with University NOVA of Lisbon, financed by the Portuguese Research Foundation (FCT). He was a member of the Scientific Council for Health Sciences Foundation for Science and Technology (2004-12), National Coordinator of the HIV/AIDS Program (2005-11) and member of the Medical Sciences (MED) Scientific Committee of Science Europe (2012-15). He is currently, member of the Executive Commission of the National Ethical Committee for Clinical Investigation (CEIC), President of the Institute of Public Health, University of Porto, Executive Board Member of ASPHER and President of the International Epidemiological Association (2017-20). He has developed research in national and international projects, in areas such as clinical and perinatal epidemiology, cardiovascular, infectious and cancer diseases, which resulted in (co)authorship of more than 300 scientific publications in international journals.
President and Chairman of Council, ESPCH
President and Chairman of Council, ESPCH
DSc (hc) DHSc (hc), I act as Senior Vice President/Secretary General, and then we have 4 Vice Presidents, one for each UN-demarcated sections of Europe: Western Europe, Northern Europe, Eastern Europe and Southern Europe. It is the vice presidency for Southern Europe that currently lies vacant. The responsibilities are not onerous. Principally, a vice president acts as an Ambassador for the Society within his general geographical area, raising awareness of the Society’s existence, soliciting new memberships where possible, and he takes an active part in the general governance of the Society, providing suggestions for strategic development, etc. The President and I would of course be honoured if you would consider stepping into into this role, joining the other Officers in moving the Society collegially forward. Officers of the Society automatcally become members of the Editorial Board of the European Journal for Person Centered Healthcare (EJPCH), the official journal of the Society.
Manuel Augusto Cardoso de Oliveira, Full Professor of Surgery Faculty of Medicine. University of Porto Medical School (retired), actually member of the Postgraduate School in Fernando Pessoa University. Active member of numerous Hospital and
University committees, over 100 full scientific papers, hundreds of abstract publications, publication of congress acts, books and divulgation texts supervisor. Master Thesis and of Ph.D., Chairman of numerous International Scientific Meetings in
Founder of the Association for Patient Safety in Portugal (APASD), founder of European Society of Endocrine Surgery representing Portugal, founder of the Scientific Association “Portuguese Group of Medical-Surgical Endocrinology”.
Previous Head of the Department of Surgery, S. João Hospital, previous Senior Researcher in IPATIMUP (Research Center in Oncology in Porto) and previous board of the European Union of Specialist Physicians (Endocrine Surgery).
Maintain research work in several areas and organization of National, International and World Congresses and expansion of present and forthcoming activities of Association for Patient Safety (APASD), across the country and to foreign countries
Professor of pathological anatomy at the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Porto and Head of Service at the University Hospital of São João since 1988.
He is currently director of IPATIMUP (Institute of Pathology and Molecular Immunology of the University of Porto).
In 2015, was chosen, by the British magazine "The Patologist", like the most influential pathologist of the world.
He has received several national and international awards throughout his career. Of particular note is the 1996 Bordalo Prize, attributed to its Research Group, the Seiva Prize and the Pessoa Prize, both in 2002.
Doutor em Teoria da Literatura pela Faculdade de Letras de Lisboa.
Professor catedrático da Universidade Fernando Pessoa.
Investigador integrado do CITCEM (Faculdade de Letras da Universidade do Porto).
Prémio Pen Club Ensaio 2002.
Quatro livros publicados (dois em língua inglesa), quatro editados e vários ensaios e capítulos de livros publicados em revistas/obras nacionais e internacionais.
Sofia Correia is a Post-Doc Researcher at the Institute of Public Health, University of Porto (EPIUnit).
Before her PhD in Public Health at the University of Porto in 2015, she completed her Master in in Epidemiology (2008) at the University of Porto Medical School and her PharmD (2004) at the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Porto.
Between 2005 and 2015 she was part of the Generation XXI coordination team and used to work on the field of perinatal epidemiology and with indicators of maternal and child health. Currently, she is working in the field of hospital epidemiology, focusing her research on patient safety and quality of care.
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