“Living well and the power of relationships”. This was the theme of the welcome lecture to the New Bahiana, held on July 29, in a virtual way, with live broadcast on the institution's official channel, on YouTube. The opening of the event was attended by the coordinator of People Development at Bahiana, Luiza Ribeiro, from the manager of the Psychopedagogical Care Center (NAPP), Angélica Mendes, and from the coordinator of the Common Core – a sector that encompasses all the introductory components of health courses – Prof. Luciana Oliveira.
The meeting also marked the 70th anniversary of the Bahiana and winning 1st place, for the fourth time in a row, of the Great Place to Work Award, which recognizes the best institutions to work for in Bahia. In the audience, the dean of the Bahiana, Dr. Maria Luisa Carvalho Soliani, and the coordinators of all undergraduate courses at Bahiana, professionals from NAPP and NUSP – Academic and Pedagogical Supervision Nucleus, as well as professors and collaborators from other areas of the institution.
Presented by Carolina Barreto, founding partner of the NGO Pontos Diverse and professor at the Núcleo Comum da Bahiana, the lecture was about the importance of interpersonal relationships and about the good living being the life of the human being in harmony with himself and with other beings, with the community and with nature. “We made an epistemological error. We learned that we are at the center and that nature is there to serve our needs”, pointed out Carolina, noting that people are part of nature and not apart from it. In her speech, she indicated as reading the book “Ideias para Adiar o Fim do Mundo”, by Aílton Krenak, and “Bem Viver”, by Teko Porã.
The opening of the event was attended by the coordinator of People Development at Bahiana, Luiza Ribeiro.
Institution wins 1st place in the GPTW award for the fourth time in a row.
Bahiana wins, once again, the 1st place as the Best Company to Work for in Bahia
The action invites everyone from the community of Bahiana to think sustainably to preserve the planet.