UNICAMeetings
CONFELECTURES

Fundamentals in Health Professions

From April 29th to May 24th 2022
UniCongress Hall
Centro Congressi UniCamillus
Via di Sant’Alessandro 26 – Roma

CONFELECTURES

A new formula to share knowledge

Directors Prof. Alessandro Boccanelli and Prof. Laura Elena Pacifici Noja

The word “confelectures” is the synthesis of two words dealing with transmission of knowledge through conference and lecture. If we combine the two concepts, the final product will be amalgamating the classical conference held by an expert (which means transmitting their expertise to a general public) with the classical lesson given to students. This means that the public engaged in the confelectures are students as well as generally interested people.

The components of possible success of the confelectures are the high level of expertise of the speakers and the universal interest for the topics exposed by the event. Another component of our confelectures, will be the interactive involvement of the public, so that the final result will be a shared consciousness of the subjects at hand.

Our confelectures will focus on fundamentals in health professions. This means that students of all professions who are engaged in caring for human beings must be interested in the learning and in the discussion. The experts will be invited to present their topic in a friendly way, often interrupting their speech to engage discussions on those matters with their audience.

Who is the audience?

Besides the students, doctors and all other types of healthcare professional may be interested in refreshing some not so frequented concepts. In our lives as doctors, it is not often that we get to reflect on the topics such as communication, shared decisions and, generally speaking, health ethics. Confelectures regarding fundamentals in healthcare professions will provide the occasion to do that.

Besides, it is considered useful that the Confelectures are an opportunity for a fruitful contamination between students and professionals. The refreshing intellectual curiosity of the former is surely a stimulus for the latter who, in turn, will contribute to the debate with the wealth of their experience.

  • April 29th, 2022
  • h. 16 - 18

ARTIFICIAL INTELLIGENCE IN MEDICINE

Marco Trombetti Founder Pi-Campus
Massimo Chiriatti Chief Technology and Innovation Officer Lenovo

  • May 7th, 2022
  • h. 16 - 18

PRIVACY AND INFORMED CONSENT

Mario Di Giulio Partner Studio Legale Pavia e Ansaldo
Franco D’Ignazio Clinical Risk Manager Azienda Ospedaliera San Giovanni Addolorata di Roma

  • May 10th, 2022
  • h. 16 - 18

The epidemiological transition and the cure of chronicity

Dagmar Rinnenburger Pneumologa

  • May 11st, 2022
  • h. 16 - 18

Care and cure of post-coma patients in a neurorehabilitation setting

Maria Gabriella Buzzi MD, PhD, Neurologist Headache Centre and Post-coma Unit IRCCS Fondazione Santa Lucia

  • May 12nd, 2022
  • h. 16 - 18

Transition from fetal to neonatal life: Bioethical implications

Mauro Bozzola MD, Full Professor of Pediatrics, University of Pavia

  • May 16th, 2022
  • h. 16 - 18

Public health in sub-Saharan Africa: A synthetic overview

Gianluca Russo MD, PhD, Infectious Disaster Researcher Dpt of Public Health and Infectious Diseases, Sapienza University of Rome

  • May 17th, 2022
  • h. 9-11

Emergency ethics

Livio De Angelis Direttore Regionale Soccorso Pubblico e 112 N.U.E.

  • May 20th, 2022
  • h. 16 - 18

Shared decision making and team work

Massimo Grandi GM Recordati Italia and Vice President South Europe
Stefano Collatina Country Lead Baxter
Massimo Massetti Cardiochirurgo

  • May 24th, 2022
  • h. 16 - 18

The complexity of health organization

Giuseppe Melone Unitelma Sapienza

  • May 26th, 2022
  • h. 16 - 18

Fertility Preservation: The challenge for the pediatrician

Mauro Bozzola MD, Full Professor of Pediatrics, University of Pavia