Living after ICU

By | 18 April, 2017|

"Everyone is happy because I am already out of danger, but now I feel that I have a huge, steep stair in front of my... ".  Thanks to scientific and technological advances, ICU get higher [...]

Perú: without complexes and in pole position

By | 11 April, 2017|

One week after our return from Peru, it is time to place all we lived there at our box of memories. It´s always a pleasant experience to meet people where you feel interest and desire of stop, stop with you [...]

A matter of space

By | 28 March, 2017|

There are increasingly more Neonatal Intensive Care Units (NICU) that involve the family in the care of the newborn. But lack of space is one of the main problems encountered in the units when carrying it out. [...]

Families in ICU: the evidence of what is obvius

By | 22 March, 2017|

Hola a todos, my dear friends. Today we are talking about a very interesting open Access article in Intensive Care, published by Drs. Gerritsen, Hartog and Curtis about existing evidence on families-ICU relationship. There is a [...]

Yoga & Mindfulness in your hospital

By | 21 March, 2017|

Hola a todos, my dear friends. We continue giving steps beyond the introduction of Yoga and Mindfulness in hospitals as a self-care tool for everyone: patients, families and professionals. In recent decades, the terms Yoga [...]

The suffering crowd

By | 18 March, 2017|

They are easy to recognize. Normally they are many and you will see them at the time of the visits, which usually are two times a day, in the ICU waiting room, or in the [...]

One ring to rule them all: education in ICU palliative care

By | 9 March, 2017|

A letter with so strinking title has been recently published in Intensive Care Medicine, and it refers to another article commented in this blog by  Bárbara Salas: Ten key points about ICU palliative care. Drs. Zante [...]

Death cafe: 3/23/17 #letstalkaboutdeath

By | 7 March, 2017|

Death Cafe is an organized discussion group about death without a closed indent or specific objectives. The purpose is promote social awareness of death from several points of view for rating life and breaking the taboo [...]

Human souls on fire but no burned: taking care of ICU professionals

By | 3 March, 2017|

The motto of Proyecto HU-CI "The most powerful weapon on earth is the human soul on fire" alludes to the powerful force of human being committed to an objective, and points out a vision of [...]

A hospital like an alive tree

By | 28 February, 2017|

Lady Cilento (LCCH) is a children hospital in Brisbane (Australia), and its design proyect started with the join of the Pediatric Units of Royal and Mater hospitals to get LCCH as the reference pediatric center. To [...]

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