Monthly Archives: May 2016

Somewhere in La Mancha…Best than the best chocolates in the World. By Mª Dolores Pardo

2019-08-02T18:58:24+00:0010 May, 2016|

Nowadays, that person who haven´t heard about Humanizing Care, is because he/she lives on another planet. I am a nurse. I work at the Hospital General Universitario de Albacete, exactly in Anesthesia and Resuscitation Unit (REA), and as in every ICU, we suffer stress, burn-out and work overload.  Stopping and thinking on what we can improve is important, and we [...]

The figure of the main caregiver

2019-08-02T18:58:24+00:007 May, 2016|

Hola a todos, mis queridos amigos.One year from the Declaration of Torrejón for the humanization of Intensive Care, signed to date by 460 people from all parts of the world. On May 6th 2015, we also created the hashtag #humaniza and we continue making noise to raise awareness about how important the "H" is, and a matter of all.Made these [...]

The management of time, by Félix Martin.

2019-08-02T18:58:24+00:005 May, 2016|

For fifteen days a pneumonia leads her to be admitted at ICU.It´s time of First Communions for her daughter.Auxi. Forty two years olf. Two weeks she can´t see her children. The youngest, a five-year-old boy and her girl with everything prepared. "You are improving, but at the moment you have to remain with us". To Auxi the world comes above. [...]

First Conference “Humanizing Health Care” @HumanizaIbiza

2019-08-02T18:58:25+00:004 May, 2016|

Hola a todos, mis queridos amigos.Next May 6th we are flying to Ibiza, to the First Conference “Humanizing Health Care" organized by the Safety Patient Unit of Eivissa and Formentera. As you can see, it is a multidisciplinary conference where we will share space with Raquel Franco of Facilitación Sanitaria and Carlos Hernández, author of the book "An intruder in [...]

A new Era in the Care of the critically ill patient, by Miguel Ángel Romera

2019-08-02T18:58:25+00:003 May, 2016|

It is not uncommon to observe that, for some professionals involved in the care of the critically ill patient, sedation remains a low priority over other aspects of treatment such as respiratory, cardiac or renal function.  Concepts as early resuscitation in sepsis or the strategy of lung protection in patients with respiratory distress syndrome are assumed, but with analgesia or [...]