19 July 2022
The exhibition was presented today at an event attended by Nuria Marín, mayor of Hospitalet, and Yolanda Lejardi, managing director of the ICS.
13 July 2022

It is a pioneering circuit in the public health service in Catalonia Patient-experience based, it is part of the Ritmocore innovation project.

The family and community nurses from Delta del Llobregat Primary Care Service (SAP) improve patient care with direct consultation with nurses from the Cardiology Service of Bellvitge Hospital Improved nurse-to-nurse communication saves unnecessary trips to the hospital.

11 July 2022

The Bellvitge University Hospital (HUB) has incorporated five new types of online procedures that all users can now carry out from the centre's website. In this way, the online procedures page of the HUB website includes up to eleven different types of documents and procedures that cover the most common requests and requirements of citizens, who can now resolve them without having to travel to the centre.

11 July 2022

This year marks the 6th edition of the Barcelona International Youth Science Challenge (BIYSC), an international programme by the Catalunya La Pedrera Foundation that brings together in Barcelona pre-university students from all over the world to develop scientific and technological research projects in leading centres. One of these is the Bellvitge University Hospital (HUB), which holds the project "The medicine behind organ transplantation".

06 July 2022

Neurotrophic factors are small proteins that regulate the growth and survival of neurons.

This IDIBELL and Bellvitge Hospital study shows that six variants of the gene family that codes for these factors are closely associated with more vulnerability to gambling addiction.

It has already shown that neurotrophic factors genes are related to these addictions, but this is the first study to describe the specific mechanism.

04 July 2022
A study by Bellvitge Hospital, Idibell and the University of Barcelona identifies, through magnetic resonance imaging, significant differences in the connectivity of several subregions of the hippocampus between patients with epilepsy who, after surgery, suffer impairments in verbal learning and those who do not. These differences could be used as biomarkers for a personalized assessment of the risks of surgery that could help the final decision.