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Study in Barcelona, southern Europe’s leading city for tech startups

19/10/2018

A recent survey of more than 350,000 people from 200 different countries has concluded that Barcelona is the world’s fourth most attractive city to work in, beaten only by Berlin, London and New York. This is one of the factors that explains why between 2016 and 2018, 24 technology multinationals have opened offices in the…

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Muscle Premium, an example of a useful mobile application for physiotherapists

10/10/2018

Today we present a successful and practical example of a technological application that serves as a fundamental tool for physiotherapists: ‘Muscle Premium’, a comprehensive reference of musculoskeletal structures and their function, as well as common injuries and conditions. This application is a very useful tool for students and a virtual reference for all physiotherapists, who…

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A new academic study shows that electrical stimulation enables completely paralysed patients to walk again

05/10/2018

A patient suffering from total paralysis of the lower limbs has regained the ability to walk independently, thanks to a long process of physiotherapeutic rehabilitation and an electrical stimulation implant, according to research published in the journal Nature. Jered Chinnock was left paraplegic in 2013 after a snowmobile accident damaged his spinal cord. The device,…

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Scientific research conducted by teachers on the Degree in International Physiotherapy

20/08/2018

The teachers on the Degree in International Physiotherapy combine their teaching work with scientific research. On the UB Campus, you will have the opportunity to train with a team of expert teachers, who are up-to-date with all the latest advances in the field of physiotherapy and who lead pioneering research. The director of the degree, Mariano Gacto,…

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Teacher on the Degree in International Physiotherapy, Andrea Fuente, takes part in the International Congress on University Teaching and Innovation

07/08/2018

Andrea Fuente, a teacher on the Degree in International Physiotherapy, participated in the International Congress on University Teaching and Innovation, held on 4, 5 and 6 July at the Girona Conference Centre. This edition, entitled “Learning spaces: agents of change in universities” addressed the transformation of spaces and timings for learning. Andrea Fuente co-authored a poster presentation for…

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Study the International Physiotherapy Degree, the only Physiotherapy Degree in English

30/07/2018

The International Physiotherapy Degree of the School of New Interactive Technologies (ENTI-UB) and the University School of Health and Sport (EUSES-UdG) is the only degree in Catalonia to be taught completely in English. If you want to contribute to improving people’s health and quality of life whilst at the same time learning one of the…

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