IL MODELLO SANITARIO DELL'EMILIA ROMAGNA: ESPERIENZE E RISULTATI A CONFRONTO
Medici, Medicina e Cure a Modena e in Emilia Romagna ieri (Prima Guerra Mondiale) e oggi
(The Pattern for Health care system developed in Emilia-Romagna: comparing experiences and results.
Physicians, medicine and treatments in Modena and E-R. in the past (First World War) and today.
The Modena Department of the Italian National Health System hosts an interdisciplinary symposium about the scientific and organisational development of health care system, medicine and surgery during the 20th and the 21st centuries. This symposium addresses mainly to physicians and to scholars from Medicine and Surgery, History, Economics, Sociology; anyway it is open to anyone interested.
Several researchers will discuss the development in Italian medicine, surgery and health care management occurred in the last century until now by analysing the local case study “Province of Modena” with her. A panel will focus on the catalysing impact of the First World War on the modernization of medical expertise and organisation. Some comparative and transnational perspectives on research and management will be analysed as well.
Lectures will be held in Italian and organised in three panels.
On request, participants will receive a letter confirming their attendance.
Physicians working for the Italian National Health System will receive 4 credits for CME.
No fees will be charged, registration will be open before the beginning of the conference. Admission is therefore completely free.
Program can be downloaded at the above mentioned link.
Centro Servizi Azienda Ospedaliero-Universitaria
Policlinico di Modena (General Hospital)
Via del Pozzo 71
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