The Cudeca Foundation and the Malaga College of Nursing have signed a collaboration agreement on training and research which will enable nursing professionals in the province to receive specialised training in palliative care, as well as to establish lines of research in this field.
On 20th March, Cudeca Foundation and the Malaga College of Nursing signed a training and research agreement which will allow nursing professionals in the province of Malaga to receive specialised training in nursing care for patients with palliative care needs, with a holistic vision and focused on the needs of the person. The signing of the agreement took place at the Cudeca Institute located next to the headquarters of the Cudeca Foundation, in the presence of Marisa Martín, Manager and Medical Director of the Foundation and José Miguel Carrasco Sancho, President of the Malaga College of Nursing.
During the signing of the agreement, Carrasco highlighted the importance of specialised training in nursing care for patients with advanced diseases and cancer, and thanked the Cudeca Foundation for its commitment to the Malaga community in improving the quality of life of these patients and their families. "Through this agreement, our aim as the Malaga College of Nursing is to ensure that all our professionals have access to Cudeca's valuable experience and expertise in palliative care, so that we can offer a higher quality service to our patients in the province".
From the Cudeca Foundation, Marisa Martín also expressed her satisfaction with the signing of the agreement, stressing that specialised training is essential to ensure quality care for patients, caregivers and relatives.
Carrasco also had the opportunity to see first-hand the projects that Cudeca Foundation is currently developing in the city of Malaga, under the premise of caring for, alleviating, accompanying and offering specialised palliative care to patients with cancer and other pathologies. "The meeting has been a success, fruitful, showing our present and future commitment to continue advancing in the care and in this special way of caring that Cudeca has", said the president of the College. This signing represents a great step forward for the recently opened Cudeca Institute, thus increasing its training capacity. Translated with www.DeepL.com/Translator (free version)