Four of the top Barcelona university hospitals, Catalan and Spanish health institutions, as well as European and Catalan support entities are partners of d·HEALTH Barcelona Part Time program. Know them.
The Germans Trias i Pujol University Hospital is a public centre that provides high complexity healthcare to approximately 800.000 people of Barcelona’s northern area and of the Maresme region.
Bellvitge Hospital promotes technological and healthcare innovation and the most complex medical and surgical activity. It is a teaching center linked to the UB in Medicine, Nursing, Dentistry, and Podiatry.
Parc Taulí University Hospital is a consortium of several clinical centers in Sabadell (Barcelona) with a strong commitment with research and innovation (28 research groups and 350 research staff).
SJD Barcelona Children's Hospital is a highly specialized center for the treatment of children, teenagers, and pregnant women. It has become one of the most important specialized pediatric centers in Europe.
Hospital de la Santa Creu i Sant Pau is a highly complex hospital which dates back six centuries, making it the oldest hospital in Spain. Its activities focus on Barcelona but extend to the rest of Catalonia. The center plays a prominent role at a Spanish level and is internationally renowned.
Doctor Josep Trueta University Hospital in Girona, managed by the Catalan Health Institute, provides specialized assistance to the community of nearly 800,000 people and serves as the basic hospital for seven Basic Health Areas.
R&D&I is one of the strategic areas of Catalan Government’s Health Department. It supports programs like d·HEALTH Barcelona Part Time to find new approaches to unmet medical needs and improve the health system.
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It regulates the continuing education of health professions by establishing mechanisms that guarantee the coordination of education institutions and the homogeneity of the accreditation structures.
Created to harmonize and coordinate the functions that public health administrations and other institutions and organizations have in the area of continuing education.
Tech Barcelona is an independent private non-profit association that works to reinforce Barcelona as a model of the international digital and technological ecosystem.
Consortium of more than 140 leading organizations spanning key areas of healthcare, such as pharma, medtech, payers, research institutions and universities, whose goal is boosting European competitiveness.