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The goal of palliative care is to alleviate the severe health-related suffering of people of any age with serious illnesses. World Health Assembly Resolution 67.19 recognizes palliative care as an ethical responsibility of health systems and calls on World Health Organization (WHO) member states to ensure its provision through comprehensive primary health care (PHC) services. In order to include palliative care in Universal Health Coverage, as called for in the WHO resolution, it is crucial to assess the real impact of related interventions and to identify gaps at the national level.

In this context, this event will be an opportunity to promote palliative care, discuss the challenges it faces worldwide and reiterate WHO’s commitment to this field, taking advantage of the recent publication of the WHO report Assessing the development of palliative care worldwide: a set of actionable indicators, prepared jointly with ATLANTES.

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Macleod, Miles, Rocío G. Sumillera, Jan Surman and Ekaterina Smirnova, eds. //Language as a Scientific Tool: Shaping Scientific Language Across Time and National Traditions// . London: Routledge, Routledge Studies in Cultural History, 2016.

Sumillera, Rocío G. ‘The Myth of Don Juan Onstage up to and through Victorian Times’, //Cahiers victoriens et édouardiens// (Performing, Translating, and Adapting from the French in Victorian Britain), 86 Automne (2017).

Sumillera, Rocío G. ‘Nineteenth-century British female historians: biography and editing in the works of Agnes and Elizabeth Strickland and Mary Anne Everett Green’, //Quaderns de Filologia: Estudis Literaris// , 22 (2017): 71-88.

Sumillera, Rocío G. and Pablo Toribio, ‘Epistolary exchanges between John Knox and Theodore de Beza: the consolidation of the Calvinist Scotland-Geneva axis’, //EREBEA: Journal of Humanities and Social Sciences// , Monograph: ‘Voices of dissent in the cities of early modern Europe: from conflict to communication (16th-18th centuries)’, 7 (2017): 127-152.

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METHODOLOGIES ON THE ECONOMIC VALUATION OF PROJECTSOn November 3 and 4, the seminar “Methodologies on the economic valuation of projects” will be given by Alberto del Villar García, professor at the University of Alcalá.

TECHNICAL CONFERENCE ON THE MARINE RESERVE AND HERITAGE OF TABARCAOn Friday, June 3, the Technical Conference on the Marine Reserve and the heritage of Tabarca will be held with guest speakers Felio Lozano (Technical Biologist of the marine surveillance service of the Marine Reserve of Tabarca – Tragsatec) and José Manuel Pérez (Archaeologist of the City Council of Alicante).

AGRICULTURAL FERTIRRIGATION SYSTEMSOn April 19 at 16:00 h will be held the seminar “Agricultural fertigation systems”, by Alejandro Perez Pastor, Professor at the Polytechnic University of Cartagena. More information 19/04/2021

REFLECTIONS ON THE FLOODING OF SANTA MARÍAOn Tuesday, November 26th at 18:00 h in the Cultural Center of Almoradí the conference “Reflections on the flooding of Santa María” will be held, where it will be analyzed, both from the technical and institutional perspective, the disaster that occurred last September. Program Link to the news Press news and images 18/11/2019

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Notable academics include professors; Tim Etchells, Charlie Gere, Christopher Frayling (KCMG), Kevin Roberts, Gerry Harris and Rachel Cooper (OBE); Notable alumni include TV presenter James May, composer Andrew Ford, actor Andy Serkis and BP Portrait Prize winner Peter Monkman.[1] The Peter Scott Gallery has an important collection of ancient art and objects, including a major collection of Chinese and Japanese art, as well as a 20th century art collection including works by artists from St Ives School, St Ives School, St Ives School of Art, St Ives School of Art, St Ives School of Art and St Ives School of Art.

The Peter Scott Gallery has important collections of ancient art and objects, including a major collection of Chinese and Japanese art, as well as a collection of 20th century art including works by artists from the St Ives School, Sir Terry Frost, Wilhelmina Barns-Graham, Barbara Hepworth and William Scott. Other British artists whose work is represented include Norman Adams, Patrick Caulfield, Elisabeth Frink, Kenneth Martin and Winifred Nicholson. Recent acquisitions have included works by Andy Goldsworthy, Peter Howson and Albert Irvin. The university’s collection also includes prints by major European artists such as Dürer, Miro, Ernst, Mondrian and Vasarely, and Lancaster University’s special collections have an artists’ book collection and an emerging book archive.

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