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Nobel Prize in Medicine 2020 for identifying the hepatitis C virus The Nobel Prize in Medicine 2020 was awarded to virologists Harvey J. Alter, Michael Houghton and Charles M. Rice, who discovered HCV (the hepatitis C virus) in 1989. According to the World Health Organization (WHO) estimates, this virus, which leads to cirrhosis and liver...
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by Antonio Pietroiusti, Professor of Workplace Safety in the Degree Course in Radiology, Diagnostic Images and Radiotherapy Techniques In a recent interview with Repubblica Agostino Miozzo, Coordinator of the Technical Scientific Committee for the Coronavirus emergency, proposes, on behalf of the whole Committee, the restoration of the figure of the School Doctor to adequately face...
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by Roberto Verzaro, Professor of General Surgery in the Degree Course in Midwifery at UniCamillus Dysphagia is a clinical condition that often occurs after surgery, especially if complex or if the patient has had a prolonged period of orotracheal intubation. It consists of a defect in deglutition, that complex physiological act that allows the transport...
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Giuseppina Liuzzi, Head of the Center for the Prevention and Treatment of Infectious Diseases in Pregnancy at the Spallanzani Hospital and Extraordinary Professor at UniCamillus, tells us about her professional and human experience on a mission for the Covid-19 emergency in Chile, thus sharing the main values of the University: humanitarian mission and internationalization The...
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A conscious choice before, after and during pregnancy It is now customary in several European countries and in the world to rely on the midwife to be followed during the path of pregnancy in addition to childbirth. Pregnancy, labor and even breastfeeding are natural processes that occur during a woman’s life cycle. In Italy there...
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The new UniCamillus Online Master for future healthcare managers and coordinators The ever-changing social and economic context and the emergency situation due to Covid-19 are increasingly highlighting the importance of professions related to the world of health. These include the figure of the “Healthcare Manager”, namely a doctor or healthcare professional whose main aim is...
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“The non-hospital delivery: at home and in the Casa Maternità (Maternity House)” – UniCamillus webinar On June, 25th and 26th UniCamillus hosted a webinar held by free-professional midwives for the students of the Degree Course in Midwifery.Through this particular mode of use it was possible to deepen the aspects of the choice of an extra-hospital...
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Global health tested by the coronavirus edited by Alessandro Boccanelli, Professor of Moral Philosophy in Medicine and Surgery Degree in UniCamillus The “stress test” to which the coronavirus pandemic has submitted the notion and the reality of “Global Health” has exposed flaws, but also strenght points of the system. “All quiet until something happens” seems...
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More foreign students at UniCamillus for the Academic Year 2020-2021 For the third consecutive year, applications of non-EU students for admission in UniCamillus Degree Courses have grown. In particular, 136 are the eligible students for the six-year Degree Course in Medicine and Surgery and 228 for the three-year Degree Courses in Healthcare Professions. Haiti, Nigeria...
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Rome, 02/06/2020 All the rankings of the admission tests of February 1st, 2020 are now available online. To see and download the ranking of the candidates admitted to UniCamillus Degree Courses, please click here.
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