Last Thursday May 14 concluded the VII edition of the Cinema and Health Cycle UMH, held at 5:30 pm. in the Salón de Actos of Severo Ochoa building of the campus of Sant Joan d’Alacant de la UMH. The event was organized by the General Delegation of Students and the Dean of the Faculty of Medicine of Miguel Hernández University (UMH) of Elche (Spain), with the support of the Vice-Rectorate of Culture and University Extension. The centerpiece of the day will be, on this occasion, the Public Health.
On this occasion, the Conference will focus mainly on Public Health, through the film of Elia Kazan, “Panic in the streets”. The film, based on the study and analysis of the corpse of an immigrant, identifies the black plague. After that, responsible for Public Health in New Orleans is immersed in a tense and critical research to contain the spread without causing public alarm.
Carlos Tabernero, professor of the Centre of History of the Science of the Universidad Autónoma of Barcelona, was responsible for moderating the discussion. Likewise, attending to the Conference enables college students of degree recognition 1 ECTS credit and 2.5 credits of free choice for the Bachelor’s degree.
You can see more information about the event of the VII edition of the Cinema and Health Cycle UMH in this link: ciclocineysalud.blogspot.com.es