The Hub has awarded its annual grants to physicians for stays in prestigious international research centers

On 22 December, the Research Committee of the Bellvitge University Hospital made public the resolution adopted by the Medical Director awarding three grants for specialist physicians in our center for stays in prestigious international research centers.

Dr. Berta Ortiga, Deputy Director of the Medical Care Department has received this grant for a stay in the Center for Quality and Safety of the Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, United States. This center has a multidisciplinary team of process improvement designed to optimize patient flow and provide the best time response. The stay will allow her to widen her knowledge of measures to improve the quality in terms of productivity and security, and establish professional alliances to promote collaboration in research on health services.

Dr. Amador Garcia Ruiz de Gordejuela, physician specialist in Bariatric Surgery Unit of the General and Digestive Surgery Service, has received the grant for a stay in the General Surgery Service of the Alpha Hospital Gastro Boa Viagem Medical Center of Recife, in Brazil. The stay will allow him to delve into learning techniques of metabolic surgery and endoscopic procedures for treatment of type 2 diabetes and the treatment and prevention of complications of bariatric surgery, and to establish more links with Brazilian endocrinologists and surgeons that are authors of the world’s most advanced prospective studies in this area, thus strengthen the research done at the HUB.

Dr. Javier Skufca, medical specialist of the Otolaryngology service, received the grant for a stay in the Department of Otolaryngology and Head and Neck Surgery, University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia (United States). This institution is an internationally recognized center for cancer diagnosis and treatment in the field of otolaryngology, and has pioneered in the introduction and development of transoral robotic surgery. The main objectives of the stay is to consolidate the learning of robotic surgery in this highly complex specialty, and establish alliances and agreements for research and technical applicability for the development of new robotic technologies in the IDIBELL and Biopol’H  environment

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