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Tuesday January 12th, 2010

Three spin-offs of Hospital Clinic selected at the First Healthcare Investment Forum Barcelona

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The Official Medical College of Barcelona, Keiretsu Forum Barcelona and Barcelona Activa organized last November 4, 2009 the 1st Healthcare Investment Forum Barcelona’09, in collaboration with Biocat and other institutions. The objective of this forum was to contact young entrepreneurs in the health sector with projects in biotechnology, medical devices, health services and information technology with venture capital investors interested in this sector.

This first edition of the Forum was a success. Over 35 companies presented their projects, of which 12 were finally selected. Three of the finalists were submitted by Hospital Clinic:

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Tuesday September 22nd, 2009

The phases of a flu epidemic

Dr. Antoni Trilla, Chief of Preventive Medicine and Epidemiology at Hospital Clínic and Public Health Professor at the University of Barcelona, explains in this video the normal evolution of a normal flu epidemic. Influenza A is expected to behave approximately as a seasonal flu.

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Wednesday September 02nd, 2009

General recommendations against the new pandemic Flu

With this video we initiate a series of informative shorts dedicated to the new pandemic flu. We want the Hospital Clínic of Barcelona Health Communication Blog to become a useful tool to know and prevent it better.Dr. Antoni Trilla, Hospital Clínic director of Quality and Clinical Safety, opens the collection with some general recommendations. Read the rest of this entry »

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Monday May 11th, 2009

Recommendations of the Department of Health Regarding the New A(H1N1) Virus

The Department of Health of the Catalan Government, with the support of the General Directorate of Public Information, has started a special website on flu caused by the new A(H1N1) virus. Read the rest of this entry »

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