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We need rules in order to construe the medicine of the future and to be able to understand, recognise, study and govern phenomena.


The phenomena that will be influencing future medicine are viewed as complex and never fully “binary”.


Looking for a medicine that is closer to and more ready to meet users’ most distant and different needs.


Studying it, being able to interpret and govern it so that it does not dominate us is such an ancient lesson.

It happens

Stories of a becoming that perhaps we have not been able to fully bring into focus yet.


When we are faced with big uncertainties all we can do is trial, experiment and learn from our mistakes.


The natural way to find a new view and to see things in a different way is to keep the right distance.

Places of care

Will the re-definition of care spaces be an activity that will occupy a large part of future healthcare planning?


Technological and digital transformation in medicine. How to prepare and how to drive change.


As a tool and as a goal to produce knowledge and improve health interventions. For our rights.


In the choices that concern health and healthcare. In the management of risk and uncertainty.


For a measured and precise assessment of reality and possible corrections. For the right to health.


How to optimize it in care, research and policies. For better assistance.

Choices and decisions

How to take them and how to manage them. For better health and society.


What are we talking about. How we govern it. What do we expect.

Big data

How medicine, health and research will change. And health.