The program Mujeres por el Corazón shows you how to recognize the symptoms of a heart attack. Our objective is to raise the awareness of the public in general and women in particular about the importance of early recognition of the signs of cardiovascular diseases and to promote healthy lifestyle habits. Learn more about our activities.
According to the WHO (World Health Organization), “Health is a state of complete physical, mental and social wellbeing; it is not just an absence of disease or disability". Our goal is to improve people's health and quality of life, and to do so we promote healthy eating habits, physical exercise and proper rest as factors that have the biggest influence on preventing the non-communicable diseases of our era (cardiovascular disease, cancer, diabetes, high blood pressure, etc.); as well as preventing diseases related to lifestyle habits.
It is important for us to learn how to take care of ourselves. Our life expectancy is getting longer and longer and everything we can do to look after ourselves now will have an impact on our future quality of life.
Did you know that 2000 people die every year in Spain by choking? Performing the appropriate maneuver correctly in the event of choking can save a life in just a few seconds. With the "SOS Respira" (SOS Breathe) campaign, we want to make this type of accident more visible, raising awareness among and training the general public, in particular, the hotel and restaurant sector.
We could, at any time in life, find ourselves in an emergency situation, in which a person close to us might be suffering cardiorespiratory arrest. We engage in different training and public awareness activities to spread knowledge of the steps one should take to act in time in a situation like this.
This program is aimed at healthcare professionals and seeks to help them reduce the risks involved in emergency healthcare and improve patient safety. We know that A&E is one of the healthcare areas with the highest risk of adverse events, and we show you how to prevent them.