WORKSHOPS
 

DURING THE CONGRESS, A TOTAL OF 9 FACE-TO-FACE TRAINING WORKSHOPS WILL BE GIVEN. WITH THEM WE INTEND TO REACH THE PARTICIPANT MORE DIRECTLY AND THAT HE CAN CARRY OUT NEW TECHNIQUES AND UPDATING IN TRAINING FOR HEALTH.

Workshop 1: "Detection of torsional anomalies in children" (2h)

Today, one of the most common symptoms that something does not work is alterations in gait, especially that children walk with the tips of their feet inward, that is, that the axis of the foot concerning the line of progression of the gait is an angle of internal progression or fall very often,  being the diagnosis par excellence the Femoral Anteversion.

Content:

    • Etiology of torsional abnormalities.
    • Clinical Examination (from podiatric examination both at the level of the stretcher, standing, and dynamics)
    • Treatment

Taught by Dr. Ana Belén Ortega Ávila Professor of Podiatry at the Faculty of Health Sciences of Malaga

Workshop 2: "Skin care for people with digestive stoma." (2h)

Unfortunately in society there are many patients with stomata who do not know how to provide quality care, we health workers must recycle ourselves in such care and know how to teach the patient to correctly manage the stoma and skin. This workshop aims to update the management of the same for health personnel.

  • More frequent pathologies that lead to the formation of a stoma.
  • Marking
  • Peristomal skin care
  • Skin assessment
  • Self-care
  • Pelvic floor and stoma
  • Acceptance of the stoma
  • Associationism
  • Social networks

Taught by Dr. Doña Concepción Capilla Professor of the Faculty of Health Sciences of Granada.

Workshop 3: "Environmental determinants of health and healthy habits" (1h)

The relationship between the environment and health is undoubted and this is demonstrated by the growing scientific evidence day by day. Exposure to polluted air, noise, chemicals of daily use, climate change, alteration of habitats, decrease in biodiversity, etc., entail impacts on the health of human beings such as increased mortality from different causes, decreased fertility, neurodevelopmental alterations, stress, etc. in addition to important social impacts, such as inequalities and migrations.

The World Health Organization has promoted the One Health approach, which recognizes the links between human health, animal health and environmental health, and is the approach reflected in current health policies and strategies.

In this workshop will be exposed:

  • Main environmental determinants of health.
  • Evidence of its effects, documents and key reference bodies and guidelines will be given to integrate this knowledge into daily life in the form of healthy habits.

Taught by Dr. Virginia Ballesteros Licensed in Environmental Sciences. Master in Public Health. Andalusian School of Public Health.

Workshop 4: Pilates (1h)

The workshop will consist of a typical session on the Pilates Method as a movement system designed to strengthen, stretch and balance the body, constituting a path to total health. In its general base it is not considered a mere physical conditioning program, with repetitive exercises little thought out, but a philosophy of life based on a discipline body – mind – spirit, so demanded and needed more and more in today’s society.  We will carry out a class of approximately one hour of duration approaching in a holistic way the general well-being.

Needs: 1 towel, a mat and comfortable clothes. 

Taught by Doña Isabel Tinoco instructor specialist in Pilates.

Workshop 5: Humelab (1h)

Taught by Dr.Eva Orantes Gonzalez Faculty of Sport. Pablo de Olavide University. And Dr. Jose María Heredia professor of the Department of Physical and Sports Education of the Faculty of Education Sciences, Economics and Technology Campus of Ceuta University of Granada.

Workshop 6: "Emotional Intelligence" (1h)

Health is complete physical, social and mental well-being. Mental well-being usually tends to be left aside and with this workshop it is intended to teach to understand a little more deeply this well-being. Understand a little better how we feel and be able to identify what happens to us. Likewise, relaxation techniques, neuro-linguistic programming, mindfullness and psychoneuroendocrinoimmunology will be taught.

  • What are emotions?
  • What are emotions for?
  • Importance of treating emotions, especially in Health Sciences.
  • Classification and basic emotions (even if it is above).
  • Curiosities about emotions.
  • Relaxation techniques.
  • Neurolinguistic programming.
  • Mindfulness.
  • Psychoneuroendocrinoimmunology.

Taught by Mr. Fernando Tornay Graduated in Psychology from the University of Malaga and Master in Multidisciplinary and Transversal Emotional Intelligence.

Workshop 7: Time Management and Mental Health (1h)

We live in a society full of stress and non-stop. Everyone has a lot of things to do but doesn’t give time to everything. What can we do to improve it?

  • Basic concepts: health, mental health, habit, organization,…
  • Healthy habits.
  • How to create a habit.
  • Mental well-being and Organization
  • Quality time. How to make better use of time.
  • Bullet journal: concept, utilities, use.

Taught by Mrs. Lucía López-Polanco Díaz Degree in Education Sciences and Degree in Psychology from the University of Seville.

Workshop 8: "Healing Nutrition" (2h)

It is based on the ability of the active ingredients that food has when it comes to curing and preventing diseases. 98% of the drugs we find in a conventional pharmacy come from plants so if we combine the active principles of vegetables well when introducing them as part of our diet, three times a day minimum we will be medicating. Food can be a potent source of healing, depending on what we choose in our intake.

We will address the description of the active ingredients and foods of greater relevance when it comes to a gestational approach and embryonic development, as well as, which can help us prevent or treat diseases that may occur or aggravate from the gestational framework.

Nutritional and vitamin deficiencies that simply by the process of physiological adaptation to pregnancy are more pronounced and could be alleviated in this way.

Finally the development of a small practical part where in a simple and practical way, elaborate certain types of food preparations, so that, naturally they can be supplemented or treated during pregnancy.

As the father of Hippocratic medicine said» let your food be your medicine and your medicine your food». 

Taught by the midwife Dr. Nerea del Toro. Nurse Specialist Gyneco-Obstetric. Hospital Nuestra Señora de los Reyes SCS. Tenerife

Workshop 9: Organization of the weekly menu (2h)

In this workshop they will intern teach the basics of good nutrition and how to build menus for the week in an easy and simple way and at the same time that it is a quality diet.

  • Bases of a good diet
  • Food groups
  • Daily menu
  • How to organize a weekly menu. 

Taught by Mrs. Lina Granell Vidal Degree in Pharmacy and Graduate in Human Nutrition from the University of Castellón.