On December 9, 2020 a new Agreement has been signed Ambassador Daniela Rotondaro, Dean of the Diplomatic Corps at FAO Ing. Paolo Sormani General Director Campus Bio-Medico.
As part of the Health and Diplomacy Program, directed by Prof. Massimo Maria Caneva, after the sign of the Agreement with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation and after the specific Agreement with the Diplomatic Corps to the Holy See, PUCBM is also starting a new collaboration with the Ambassadors at the FAO of the United Nations Agencies in Rome. An extensive action for the international promotion that today allows PUCBM to provide specialist health care for almost the totality of the Diplomatic Corps in Rome, combining professional competence and attention to the person. Especially in such a particularly difficult time caused by serious pandemic that is affecting the whole world.
Ambassador Gabriele Checchia, Ambassador of the Order of Malta to FAO, Advisor Adriana Apollonio Deputy Head of IT Representation at FAO, Advisor Marina Emiliani Assistant Dean Diplomatic Corps at FAO took part of the event. For PUCBM Dr. Marta Risari – Deputy DG PUCBM, Professor Massimo Maria Caneva – Head of Health and Diplomacy Program, Dr. Gianluca Basso – Head of Private Patients Area, Dr. Elena Pasqualotto – Head of CBM Porta Pinciana , Professor Gianpaolo Ussia – Head of the Cardiological Hemodynamic Unit and Dr. Marinella Delfonso – International Patiens PUCBM.
Health and Diplomacy Program is part of wider United Nations innovative strategies to promote global health through inter institutional collaboration in the Global Health Diplomacy aimed at providing answers to urgent and actual health needs. It is about promoting a synergy between Diplomacy (meaning the art and practice of conducting negotiations in international relations which concern matters purely geopolitical, peace treaties, etc.) with those realities Institutional National and International (Universities, Hospitals and Ministries, Research Organizations) that deal not only with direct health care, but also and above all with promoting and facilitating global policy actions for health.