Speakers


Marc-André Maheu-Cadotte

Marc-André Maheu-Cadotte

PhD candidate in Nursing Sciences from the University of Montreal and Associate of the Quebec Health Research Fund (FRQS). She currently directs her research career at the Institute of Cardiology of the Montreal Research Center, and at the Research Center of the Hospital Complex of the University of Montreal.

His work is focused on several lines: problems experienced by patients with cardiovascular diseases, the clinical practice of nurses in coronary units, and the development and evaluation of online interventions. During his doctoral studies he has focused on the development and evaluation of serious games aimed at improving the recognition of the signs of heart failure in hospitalized patients. She has also carried out a systematic review of the “effectiveness of serious games, their impact on the design of adherence elements and educational results, in health professionals and students”.

Iñaki Huarte

Iñaki Huarte


Iñaki Huarte’s professional career is linked to the creative industries, film, television, videogames and virtual worlds. Currently, he runs the gamification consultancy OUIPLAY. From there he develops projects for business and educational institutions and organizations. He is also a professor of gamification desing at the Creanavarra School of Design. and at the University of Mondragón. Iñaki has been a speaker at different conferences such as the Gamification World Congress, the University of Barcelona, or the Basque Coulinary Center, among others. His company has carried out the project for the UPNA: Vivifrail, which seeks to promote, in people over 70 years of age, physical exercise to prevent falls and frailty. They are currently designing the Healthcare program for the Geriatrics Service of the Complejo Hospitalario de Navarra.

José Julián Prieto

José Julián Prieto

He has a degree in History from the University of Navarra. He has a postgraduate degree in School Center Management from the Autonomous University of Madrid. Is currently
Professor of ESO and Baccalaureate at the Colegio Santa Teresa de Pamplona, ​​teaching the subjects of Economics, Business Economics and Informatics. He has participated as a speaker in various Congresses on ICT and teaching.

He is certified in Flipped Learning Levels I and II. The Flipped Classroom (FC) is a pedagogical model that transfers the work of certain learning processes outside the classroom and uses class time, together with the teacher’s experience, to facilitate and enhance other processes of knowledge acquisition and practice within the classroom. classroom. He has been recognized as a member of the Top 50 Flipped Learning administrators and coaches worldwide list, compiled by Jon Bergmann’s The Flipped Learning Global Initiative (FLGI) in 2018, and Top 100 K-12 teachers leading flipped learning worldwide, in 2017.

David Fernández

He defines himself as a nurse, teacher and researcher, a “geek” of digital things, statistics, the audiovisual and his family. He is Director of the E-learning and New Technologies Service at the Catholic University of Valencia, San Vicente Mártir. Creator of www.enferdocente.es and the EnferDocenteTV YouTube channel; a channel dedicated to the visibility of nursing professionals. A meeting point to share tools, experiences, interviews and materials on nursing care, teaching and research. He has been Dean of the Faculty of Nursing at the Catholic University of Valencia from October 2017 to February 2020.

Ana Larrayoz

Graduated on Computer Engineering by Public University of Navarra (UPNA), and on continuing process of learning due to the fast and constant evolution of the Informational Technologies. She works on implement digital platforms of differents industrial fields (agrifood, automotive or eolic sectors, among others), aleays searching for optimize ressources and productivity of the machine field worker. Since the beginning of her career, se has interested on health sector and its combination with new technologies: augmented reality, process digitalization or artificial intelligence, participating in several projects mainly oriented on imporving the learning and students skills in health sciences.

Leticia San Martín

RN and Ph. D. in Nursing by Montreal University of Canada. She´s member of the team INNO-CARE: Researcha Group of New Nursing Practice, in the Public University of Navarra (UPNA) and in the Sanitary Research Institute of Navarra (IDISNA). She´s also part of team “Comunidad Sherpa” that aims to reduce the digital break in health, spreading actions on e-health, facilitating training in digital skills, promoting networks within this area and establishing alliances for the implementation of porjects. Part of her work has been focused on the application of new technologies at health sciences training and to clinical practice. She´s been part of several european projects related to new technologies and she coordinates the Arsim2care project that pursues the use of augmented reality on clinical procedures simulation.