HISTAGRA Seminar: Health Reform and Rural Medicine
HISTAGRA Seminar: Health reform and rural medicine: An impossible encounter?
On Thursday 9 March at 12 noon, a new conference will take place at CISPAC within the cycle Seminars of the HISTRAGRA Group.
On this occasion we will have the opportunity to listen to the science researchers Enrique Perdiguero Gil and Eduardo Bueno-Vergara who will talk about rural medicine and health, through a conference entitled: Health reform and rural medicine: An impossible encounter?
Enrique Perdiguero Gil holds a PhD in Medicine from the University of Alicante and is Professor of History of Science at the Miguel Hernández University of Elche. Eduardo Bueno Vergara holds a PhD in History from the University of Alicante and a Master's degree in History of Science and Scientific Communication. He is an assistant lecturer in the area of History of Science at the same university.
Title:Health reform and rural medicine: an impossible encounter?
Speakers: Enrique Perdiguero Gil and Eduardo Bueno-Vergara
Time: 12 h.
Place: Seminar 103, CISPAC. Fontán Building. City of Culture.
The seminar can be followed in streaming with the link: