REHUNO - Red Humanista de Noticias en Salud

REHUNO is a group of volunteers from different countries, health professionals and/or users of health services, who want to give voice to a "humanizing view" of health systems from a broad and comprehensive perspective. REHUNO wants to put into words and images the positive news that needs to be highlighted and the negative news that needs to be denounced and happening on a daily basis.http://rehunosalud.org/

An (almost) Lost Opportunity

By Víctor Piccininni We are about a year into a tragic global event: the Covid-19 pandemic. The world went “silent”, desolate streets, disoriented governments, men and women sheltered in their homes, powerful people in terror, empty schools, faces covered, hospitals…

Towards Integral Health

By Jorge Pompei If we understand the human being as a multidimensional being where the biological, the psychological and the spiritual form a unit, in structure with a natural and social environment, then health will be the result of a…

Humanist Perspectives on Health: “The end of physical life and death”.

By Victor Piccininni A humanist looks at the end of life and death. A few paragraphs to define a theme that covers millions of pages in the literature of different cultures and civilizations. Let’s try. A look, as opposed to…

A Humanist Look at Labor and Childbirth

By Flavia Estevan Before starting, I would like to qualify the use of gender in this note. I will use women referring to cis women, in order to address the specific details of their experiences with labor and birth, while…

Building humanistic views on health

Last Sunday, REHUNO Health participated in the 5th Latin American Humanist Forum with the panel on “building humanistic views in health”, moderated by journalist Cloty Rubio, from Barcelona. The event included six presentations from professionals in different areas of health:…

Marea Blanca mobilizes from the social base to guarantee quality public health

Rehuno interviews Esperanza Fernández, nurse, member of Marea Blanca Catalunya and of the Humanist Movement. Marea Blanca is a social movement made up of about sixty entities that act on Catalan territory in connection with the “tides” of the territory…

“Campus Humanista »(« Humanist Campus ») is born – Research and Teaching for the Humanization of Personal and Collective Health

“Campus Humanista” (« Humanist Campus ) is formed by a group of professionals from different areas. It was born with the aim of providing tools for training, teaching and research that collaborate in the processes of humanization of healthcare at…

Denialism: Denying Reality Hurts Everyone and Delays the Common Good.

We live in a world that changes daily. The new coronavirus pandemic puts us to the test. The wheel of science spins as fast as it can and has never been closer to us. Inviting us to understand phenomena such…

Direct Communication, a Pillar of Health.

Direct communication with those around us is a need that we all experience and is a pillar of physical, mental, personal and social health. We need to communicate on issues that are common to all. We also need to communicate…

Interview with Luis Ammann, author of the book “Self- Liberation”

Luis Ammann is a journalist, with a degree in Modern Languages and specialized in Linguistics. He has been a member of the Humanist Movement since 1969, where he formed and directed organised structures of volunteers in 11 countries during 37…

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