dimarts, 20 de novembre de 2018

Dieciséis ex-fellows del Servicio de Enfermedades Autoinmunes del Hospital Clínic de Barcelona entre los autores de las primeras guías de práctica clínica latinoamericanas del lupus eritematoso sistémico



Acaban de aparecer publicadas en la revista Annals of Rheumatic Diseases las primeras guías de práctica clínica latinoamericanas del lupus eritematoso sistémico, que han sido realizadas por el Grupo Latinoamericano de Estudio del Lupus (GLADEL) y la Pan-American League of Associations of Rheumatology (PANLAR).
Es de destacar la nutrida representación de ex-fellows del Servicio de Enfermedades Autoinmunes del Hospital Clínic de Barcelona entre los autores, los cuales suman un total de 16: Claudio Galarza (Ecuador), José A. Gómez-Puerta (Colombia / Cataluña), Guillermo Pons-Estel, Rosa Quintana, Victoria Collado, Soledad Retamozo, Valeria Arturi, Silvana Conti, Marina Scolnik (Argentina), Manuel Ugarte-Gil, Rocío Gamboa  (Perú), Ricardo Robaina, Ernesto Cairoli (Uruguay), Isabel Acosta (Paraguay), Paula Burgos (Chile) y Violeta Rosario (República Dominicana).
Todos ellos constituyen la nueva generación de “lupólogos” latinoamericanos (también conocida como GLADEL 2.0) y combinan una amplia formación clínica y de investigación en sus países de origen adquirida junto a los más prestigiosos especialistas latinoamericanos en esta enfermedad (los conocidos como GLADEL 1.0), así como la experiencia europea adquirida en su estancia por el Hospital Clínic de Barcelona.
Enlace al artículo:  Pons-Estel BA, Bonfa E, Soriano ER, Cardiel MH, Izcovich A, Popoff F, Criniti JM, Vásquez G, Massardo L, Duarte M, Barile-Fabris LA, García MA, Amigo MC, Espada G, Catoggio LJ, Sato EI, Levy RA, Acevedo Vásquez EM, Chacón-Díaz R, Galarza-Maldonado CM, Iglesias Gamarra AJ, Molina JF, Neira O, Silva CA, Vargas Peña A, Gómez-Puerta JA, Scolnik M, Pons-Estel GJ, Ugolini-Lopes MR, Savio V, Drenkard C, Alvarellos AJ, Ugarte-Gil MF, Babini A, Cavalcanti A, Cardoso Linhares FA, Haye Salinas MJ, Fuentes-Silva YJ, Montandon de Oliveira E Silva AC, Eraso Garnica RM, Herrera Uribe S, Gómez-Martín D, Robaina Sevrini R, Quintana RM, Gordon S, Fragoso-Loyo H, Rosario V, Saurit V, Appenzeller S, Dos Reis Neto ET, Cieza J, González Naranjo LA, González Bello YC, Collado MV, Sarano J, Retamozo S, Sattler ME, Gamboa-Cárdenas RV, Cairoli E, Conti SM, Amezcua-Guerra LM, Silveira LH, Borba EF, Pera MA, Alba Moreyra PB, Arturi V, Berbotto GA, Gerling C, Gobbi CA, Gervasoni VL, Scherbarth HR, Brenol JCT, Cavalcanti F, Costallat LTL, Da Silva NA, Monticielo OA, Seguro LPC, Xavier RM, Llanos C, Montúfar Guardado RA, Garcia de la Torre I, Pineda C, Portela Hernández M, Danza A, Guibert-Toledano M, Reyes GL, Acosta Colman MI, Aquino AM, Mora-Trujillo CS, Muñoz-Louis R, García Valladares I, Orozco MC, Burgos PI, Betancur GV, Alarcón GS; Grupo Latino Americano de Estudio del Lupus (GLADEL) and Pan-American League of Associations of Rheumatology (PANLAR). First Latin American clinical practice guidelines for the treatment of systemic lupus erythematosus: Latin American Group for the Study of Lupus (GLADEL, Grupo Latino Americano de Estudio del Lupus)-Pan-American League of Associations of Rheumatology (PANLAR). Ann Rheum Dis. 2018 Nov;77(11):1549-1557.

Second edition of the PAMedinterna-Autoimmune Diseases International Meeting and gathering of the Portuguese former fellows of the Department of Autoimmune Diseases of the Hospital Clínic de Barcelona (Porto, Portugal, 7-9 November 2018)




A new edition of the PAMedinterna-Autoimmune Diseases International Meeting took place in Porto, Portugal, on 7-9 November 2018, organized by Prof. Carlos Vasconcelos, former fellow of the Department of Autoimmune Diseases of the Hospital Clínic de Barcelona (1994) and Dr. Carlos Dias.
Portugal has traditionally played a leading role in advancing knowledge about autoimmune diseases and the country has a very strong autoimmunologist community, joining internists, pediatricians, rheumatologists, nephrologists and others.
Prof. Carlos Vasconcelos and Dr. Carlos Dias, internists and autoimmunologists of Hospital Santo António and Hospital S. João in Porto, made the decision to join PAM-Porto´s Autoimmune Meeting and Medinterna, in order to have the biggest international meeting on autoimmune diseases in Portugal.  
This event also allowed the gathering of many of the Portuguese former fellows of the Department of Autoimmune Diseases of the Hospital Clínic de Barcelona, as shown in the attached picture. So far, more than 50 Portuguese internists and rheumatologists have performed a clinical and research training at this Department, thus strengthening relations between Portugal and Catalonia in the field of Autoimmunity.

Mafalda Santos, member of the Editorial Board of MEDICINA INTERNA, official journal of the Portuguese Society of Internal Medicine



Mafalda Santos, MD, former fellow at the Department of Autoimmune Diseases of the Hospital Clínic of Barcelona (2004) and currently working at Hospital São Sebastião, Santa Maria da Feira, Portugal, has been recently elected member of the Editorial Board of MEDICINA INTERNA
This journal publishes original articles and reviews both in Portuguese and English and is the official journal of the Portuguese Society of Internal Medicine.