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11:56

Local

Twelve more reported at Malaga disabled care home

Juan Caño / Álavaro Frías

Following the arrest of four people at the start of the month over degrading treatment at the La Milagrosa care home for the disabled in Malaga, the scandal increased in scale this week as a further 12 employees were reported, a third of all staff.

11:11

LifeStyle

Help from the heart for young Palestinians

Ángel Escalera

...who work in the pediatric intensive care unit of the Malaga children's hospital, the Materno Infantil, travelled to the Palestinian town of Nablus, situated to the north of Jordan, as part of the team organised by HLH, a British NGO which was created ... complications, and he managed to overcome them," says Dr Morales. Cristina Arcos explains that in addition to caring for the children, she provided training for Palestinian staff on nursing care for critically ill patients. "There are said to be three parts ... to my profession: care, teaching and research. However, I would say there is a fourth aspect as well: cooperation. I think everyone should take part in a project of this type at least once in their lives. When you have done it once, it makes you want

15:20

LifeStyle

Cudeca and IBIMA join forces to help improve care for terminally-ill patients

ALBERTO GÓMEZ

The Cudeca Foundation has joined forces with the Institute of Biomedical Research of Malaga (IBIMA) in a four-year initiative that aims to improve care for terminally-ill patients by addressing the physical, psychological and social needs of ... to promote scientific activity by generating knowledge derived from the collaboration of Cudeca and IBIMA on clinical research programmes and patient care, as well as expanding the interdisciplinary approach and integrity of patients with cancer and ... present were IBIMA scientific director, Francisco Tinahones, and general manager of the institute, José Miguel Guzmán. Marisa Martín stated that the project will include improving the care for patients in the final phase of life, through epidemiological

11:23

LifeStyle

When a dog isn't for life

Jennie Rhodes

...new people." Of course, some animals that need fostering are older and may come either from a loving home where the owner has passed away or from somewhere they have been mistreated; all cases require different types of care according to their needs.

17:52

Local

German man in intensive care after stabbing

álvaro frías

A young German man was in intensive care this week at Malaga's Carlos Haya hospital after police found him wandering around the Guadalmar area with a stab wound. A 28-year-old Moroccan man was found close by with a knife and was arrested.

13:54

Local

Extra care taken amid Holy Week safety fears

SUR

Organisers of Malaga's huge Holy Week processions this coming week have been taking extra precautions over crowd safety after a late-night stampede last year narrowly avoided serious injuries. Police have been told to stop spectators setting up mak

12:24

Local

Joint initiative set to provide free care

SUR.

Deputy mayor of Torre del Mar, Jesús Pérez Atencia, along with the councillor for social services, Zoila Martín, and the director of the care home, Sanysol, Carmen Gálvez, presented yesterday the 'zero cost bed' project. The joint initiative is ... designed to help elderly people considered to have 'high dependency' needs but unable to pay for their care. They would be eligible for a place at the Torre del Mar residence, with their room and care paid for. The project is thought to be the first of ... its kind in Spain and it is hoped that other care homes will follow suite.

14:58

Local

Cudeca to open Spain's first palliative care training centre in Benalmádena

Tony Bryant

...fulfill its longtime vision of opening a scientific research centre for palliative care. The 82-year-old doctor is renowned for his pioneering work with Aids patients and has a reputation for providing life-saving medicines - primarily to people in ... third-world countries - regardless of their ability to pay for the treatment. The ceremony of laying the first stone was held in the field adjacent to the Cudeca cancer care centre in Arroyo de la Miel, a plot that was donated by Benalmádena town hall. ... objective is to train professionals of all levels in quality palliative care, as well as to develop innovative models of intervention and research. In addition, it will generate a source of income that will help deal with the increase in patients, which has