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Villanueva del Río y Minas, Spain

Objectives: To determine whether the objectives entrusted to the Scientific Committee (SC) of the 28th National Conference have been met, and to determine whether the results differed from those of previous conferences. Methods: A chronological description of the work of the SC and a comparison with the results of the previous two Conferences of the Spanish Society for Quality in health care (SSQHC). Results: A total of 869 papers were submitted, of which 32.6% corresponded to the area of patient safety. Galicia was the community that presented more communications (28%), followed by Catalonia (12.9%) and Murcia (10.9%). Conclusions: The methodology used by the SC helped in the compliance with the deadlines in the SSQHC Conference manual and contributed to achieve its objectives. Abstract presentations were classified accordingly to their quality. The Conference has been consolidated as a multidisciplinary meeting with participation by doctors, nurses, managers and open to the Latin-American community. © 2011 SECA. Published by Elsevier España, S.L. All rights reserved. Source


Monino M.,Comite Cientifico | Baladia E.,Comite Cientifico | Palou A.,Comite Cientifico | Russolillo G.,Comite Cientifico | And 31 more authors.
Actividad Dietetica | Year: 2010

This article is the adapted version of the publication standards of the Actividad Dietética journal in the Position Paper of the Scientific Committee " 5 a day" with respect to the Consumption of fruit juices in the framework of a healthy diet. The position was approved at the Vth Scientific Committee Meeting held in Madrid on April 4th, 2009. The controversy that arose on the criteria and parameters for assessing fruit and/or vegetable juices within the " 5 a day" Scientific Committee itself has prompted the creation of this position paper to assess, justify and reach a consensus on including juices in the recommendations for consuming fruits or vegetables fostered by the " 5 a day" Association, as well as the declarations allowed on consumption. © 2010 AEBM, AEFA y SEQC. Source

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