Health Sciences: Doctor of Medicine and Surgery
Reply: Dr. Joaquín Callabed
Dr. Fernando Martínez-Pintor
Medical specialist in Rheumatology, Doctor of Medicine and Surgery and currently directs the Institute of Rheumatology and Medical Anthropology of the Clinic Ntra.
Miembro de Honor de la Sociedad Española de Medicina Psicosomática (sociedad fundada en 1955), Presidente/Fundador del Círculo de Psicosomática y Antropología Médica de Barcelona, Miembro de l’Académie Suisse pour la Médecine Psychosomatique et Psychosociale, Miembro de Deutsche Gesellschaft für Psychosomatische Medicizin un Ärztliche Psychotherapie, Gouvernance pour l’Españgne de la Non Pharmacological intervention Society, Director de “Las mañanas de la SEMP“, Co-Fundador del Grupo Iberoamericano de Antropología Médica, etc.
Honorary Member of the Spanish Society of Psychosomatic Medicine (society founded in 1955), President/Founder of the Circle of Psychosomatics and Medical Anthropology of Barcelona, Member of l’Académie Suisse pour la Médecine Psychosomatique et Psychosociale, Member of Deutsche Gesellschaft für Psychosomatische Medicizin un Ärztliche Psychotherapie, Gouvernance pour l’Españgne de la Non Pharmacological intervention Society, Director of “Las mañanas de la SEMP“, Co-Founder of the Ibero-American Group of Medical Anthropology, etc.
Author of numerous articles and publications in specialized press and three books on the repercussions that emotions and suffering have on the disease.
His professional life has revolved around three fields;
1.- Medical Assistance. He currently carries out with the direction of the Institute of Rheumatology and Medical Anthropology of Barcelona.
2.- Teaching. He is a regular guest lecturer at Congresses and Universities both nationally and internationally. He has organized, collaborated and directed different courses of as many scientific societies, both Spanish and European.
3.- Research. His line of research has focused on the search for biochemical markers of emotions and in particular of human suffering, as well as their eventual somatic repercussion. His studies have been published both in international congresses and in impact journals, as well as in the edition of three books on the subject of pain, suffering and their psychophysiology.