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    The English-Speaking Healthcare Association Spain is a not for profit association, whose mission is to promote excellence and assure the quality of Healthcare attention to the English-Speaking community in Spain. Whilst also promoting the Healthcare industry amongst the English-speaking community.
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ESHA Blog

  • Dental Anxiety

    Dental Anxiety

    Dental anxiety is more than just fear of the dentist, it also relates to anxiety or stress in any dental setting. Fear of visiting a dentist can result in people avoiding dental treatment for up to ten years, often when it is too late. Triggers for dental anxiety include needles, drills or the dental settingRead more

  • Talking Therapy in Spain

    Talking Therapy in Spain

    Sometimes it’s easier to talk to a stranger that is not emotionally involved than it is to relatives or friends. During talking therapy, a trained counsellor or therapist listens to you and helps you find your own way out, in a non-judgemental manner. The therapist will give a space to talk, cry, shout or justRead more

  • A Doctor in Spain Resigns Due to Overwork

    A Doctor in Spain Resigns Due to Overwork

    A Doctor in Spain resigns claiming: “I am unable to work 31 hours non-stop” A doctor in La Rioja has left his job considering that he is “incapable” of working 31 hours in optimal conditions. Javier Yuste, until now worked in the health centre of Arnedo, but has decided to take this decision due toRead more

  • Brexit Update: UK Residents in Spain

    Brexit Update: UK Residents in Spain

    It appears the Spanish government are working hard to maintain the rights of legally registered British Citizens living in Spain. British Ambassador Simon Manley has reassured the 300,000 brits living in Spain that the Spanish government will do all it can to maintain existing rights, but of course this depends to a certain amount onRead more