Society, Culture and Health
UAB Barcelona Summer School
Number of credits: 6 European Credit Transfer and Accumulation System (ECTS)
Course Fee: 850 €
Course Fee for UAB students and Alumni UAB Premium+ : 200 €
Teaching Language: English
Place: UAB Campus Belltaterra (Cerdanyola del Vallès), Barcelona
Teaching Period: 12 July to 30 July, 9 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
Registration of international and national students (non-UAB students) before May 16 will get 20% discount.
The UAB aims is to provide this course on-site. However, we are also prepared to switch to online-only mode when governmental restrictions are introduced or in place because of the current Covid-19 pandemic. Due to this uncertain situation, we will announce the approach and interaction forms concerning this course at a later stage in 2021 (June-July).
PROFESSOR BIO INFORMATION
Juan Leyva-Moral has a Ph.D. in Nursing from the European University of Madrid. He is a lecturer in the Department of Nursing of the Faculty of Medicine of the Autonomous University of Barcelona. He coordinates the Research Group on Vulnerability and Health (GRIVIS) in which he carries out a line of research on sexual diversities, gender, sexual health and humanization of care. He is a member of the Center of Global Nursing (Houston, USA) at Texas Woman’s University where he participates in several studies on global health as a result of his postdoctoral visit. He is a member of the Nursing Research Group, EBHC South America: A Joanna Briggs Institute Affiliated Group (Lima, Peru). He is an associate editor at BMC Nursing journal and a reviewer for various international nursing journals. He is the author of numerous publications in international journals focused on improving care for people in vulnerable situations.
Alba Planella, nurse, graduated in 2015 (UAB) with an Erasmus program in Sweden. More than 3 years of experience in Assisted Reproduction at the Hospital Clinic of Barcelona and 2 years of experience in Denmark working both in elderly care and emergency room. Currently working as an adjunct professor at the UAB and as a community nurse in a Primary Care Center in Barcelona.
- Department of Nursing
- E-mail: email@example.com; firstname.lastname@example.org
- Written essay. Date: 26/July/2021
- Oral presentation. Date: 28/July/2021
- On-line self-assessment. Date: 26/July/2021
Any sign of plagiarism will be reported to the coordinator to elevate the event to the appropriate committee and take the necessary measures that may involve the immediate suspension of the subject.
Each activity must be passed with a minimum of 4 points to be able to calculate the final grade. In case of counting the subject will appear as suspended and the student will have to recover in the established dates
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