The Internationl Conference on One Health: Bridging the gap, from science to policy, from policy to implementation will be held conference in in hybrid form, in Spain, Barcelona during the days October 19-20th 2023.
THE PHYCAL VENUE
The College of Physicians of Barcelona (CoMB)
The College of Physicians of Barcelona (CoMB) is an institution founded in 1894 whose main function is to defend the collective interests of the medical profession and ensure the good practice of medicine and the right of people to protection of common health.
The CoMB represents the almost 35,000 doctors who practice medicine in the province of Barcelona.
Throughout its activity, (CoMB) have fought in defense of these objectives, maintaining a constant vigilance of ethical and professional principles but also adapting our Code of Ethics to health and social changes. This is why we have diversified our activities with the aim of offering comprehensive support to doctors to develop their career professionally and with maximum safety.
The Location –
Barcelona, the city
Barcelona is a city on the coast of northeastern Spain. It is the capital and largest city of the autonomous community of Catalonia, as well as the second most populous municipality of Spain. With a population of 1.6 million within city limits,
Barcelona sited between the sea and the mountains, has found a formidable balance: a foot in the traditional things and the other in the avant-garde. Barcelona has the reputation of being the most cosmopolitan, modern and avant-garde city in Spain and it has renewed for the 1992 Olympic Games.
With an area of 101.9 km² (39 mi²), it has an approximate population of 1,660,314 inhabitants (2021 census), being the second most populous city in Spain and is also known as the Ciudad Condal (County City).
Founded as a Roman city, in the Middle Ages Barcelona became the capital of the County of Barcelona. After joining with the Kingdom of Aragon to form the confederation of the Crown of Aragon, Barcelona, which continued to be the capital of the Principality of Catalonia, became the most important city in the Crown of Aragon and the main economic and administrative centre of the Crown, only to be overtaken by Valencia, wrested from Moorish control by the Catalans, shortly before the dynastic union between the Crown of Castile and the Crown of Aragon in 1492. Barcelona became the centre of Catalan separatism, briefly becoming part of France during the 17th century Reapers’ War. It was the capital of Revolutionary Catalonia during the Spanish Revolution of 1936, and the seat of government of the Second Spanish Republic later in the Spanish Civil War, until its capture by the fascists in 1939. After the Spanish transition to democracy in the 1970s, Barcelona once again became the capital of an autonomous Catalonia.