The thirteenth edition of the ABC Salud awards will be presented on Thursday, November 23, at Casa de ABC. This year’s recipients include a microbiologist, Francis J. Mojica, who has been a crucial figure in the development of genetic editing that is revolutionizing medicine. Additionally, there have been advances in mental health, fetal surgery, and data management and clinical history of patients.
The jury for ABC Salud has been exceptional this year, chaired by the former Minister of Health, Ana Pastor. The jurors include the director of the National Transplant Organization (ONT), the director of the Carlos III Health Institute, the president of the General Council of Official Medical Associations, and many other professionals involved in the healthcare sector.
This year’s winners include several remarkable projects that have made significant contributions to healthcare. These include the work of Francis J. Mojica and a new fast-acting antidepressant developed by pharmaceutical company Janssen. There are also two clinical history projects in private healthcare and a pediatric transplantation project that stand out for their impact on patient care. A mental health awareness campaign and a hospital in Seville that helps babies with malformations are also notable winners this year. Furthermore, an oncological hyper-early diagnosis and prevention unit and a foundation dedicated to improving health conditions for vulnerable populations have also received recognition for their exceptional work.
Overall, these awards highlight some of the most innovative and impactful projects in healthcare today. They serve as an inspiration to healthcare professionals around the world to continue pushing boundaries and making progress towards better health outcomes for all people.
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