We promote a positive mindset in the care of patients with advanced and irreversible disease.
The ATLANTES Global Observatory of Palliative Care aims to promote in society and in medicine a positive mindset regarding the care of patients with advanced and irreversible illness.
Through its research and dissemination work, it conveys to the various social agents a vision based on the dignity of the person and professional care. It promotes accompaniment and respect for the natural course of the disease and the integral care of the person, including the emotional and spiritual dimension.
From 2022, Atlantes Global Observatory of Palliative Care is partner centre of the WHO Collaborating Centre for the Global Monitoring of Palliative Care Development.
"In palliative care, the object of gratitude on the part of patients and families is not health, but being treated as a person."
Mariano Crespo, partner of the ATLANTES Global Observatory of Palliative Care, presented together with María Arantzamendi and Carlos Centeno
University researchers visit Benin with WHO representatives to assess development palliative care in the country
The WHO has chosen the African country to implement a set of palliative care indicators adapted to its population in a pilot test .
Two new ICS projects funded by the Ministry of Science and Innovation: adolescent intimate partner violence and relief of suffering in advanced diseases
Alfonso Osorio and Alazne Belar lead projects selected by the Fund of research in Health of the Carlos III Health Fund high school