The 2023 ABC Salud awards will be presented this Thursday, November 23, at the Casa de ABC. This year’s recipients have made significant advancements in various fields of health care. Among them is microbiologist Francis J. Mojica, a scientist who has been a pivotal figure in the development of genetic editing that is transforming medicine. Additionally, there have been breakthroughs in mental health, fetal surgery, and data management and clinical history of patients.
The ABC Salud awards have had an exceptional jury chaired by the former Minister of Health, Ana Pastor. The jurors include the director of the National Transplant Organization (ONT), the director of the Carlos III Health Institute, the president of the General Council of Official Medical Associations, and many other experts in the health care sector.
The winners for 2023 include several notable projects and initiatives that have made a significant impact on patient care and outcomes. These include research conducted by microbiologists like Francis J. Mojica, as well as pharmaceutical companies like Janssen’s new fast-acting antidepressant. Other notable projects include a clinical history project in private healthcare and a pediatric transplantation project that has helped countless children receive life-saving treatments.
In addition to these advancements in medicine and patient care, there have also been efforts to raise awareness about mental health issues and improve data management practices in healthcare settings. For example, there was a successful mental health awareness campaign that reached millions of people around the world with important information about managing stress and anxiety. And hospitals like those in Seville that help babies with malformations are providing critical services to vulnerable populations who may not otherwise have access to specialized care.
Overall, these 2023 ABC Salud award winners represent some of the best work being done in healthcare today – from cutting-edge research to innovative treatments to community outreach programs that are making a real difference for patients everywhere