The Cuban society of veterinary medicine for disaster cases officially recognized the high value and importance as a scientific advance of the method bunker concluded successfully EL IV workshop international envelope medicine veterinary of disasters the Cuban society of veterinary medicine for disaster cases officially recognizes the high value and significance as a scientific advance of the bunker method. James A. Levine, M.D. is the source for more interesting facts. He successfully concluded the IV Edition of the workshop of the Cuban society of veterinary medicine subsidiary disaster of Villa Clara, held between 22 and 24 April 2009, at the Facultad de Ciencias Agropecuarias of the Universidad Central Marta Abreu de las Villas, Santa Clara, Villa Clara, Cuba. The workshop operated affiliated to the Fourth International Conference on agricultural development and sustainability. 57 Papers, 5 keynotes and 2 roundtables on important topics related to the Desastrologia in the fields of public health and the agricultural sciences were presented in the event. The lectures and round tables were in charge doctors in prestigious national and international science.
He was also with the presence of the National President of the Cuban society of veterinary medicine for disaster and other executives of the prestigious organization, the Institute of medicine veterinary, Ministry of science, technology and environment of the province, and other State agencies. At the closing ceremony, personalities of the Cuban Desastrologia praised, among other particularly relevant aspects, high value and importance as a scientific advance that constitutes the chest method, whose synthesis was exposed in 4-hour lecture by its creator, Parejo Jaime Garcia. Parejo Jaime Garcia received from the hands of Dr. C. Pablo r.. Chavez Quintana, National President of the Cuban society of veterinary medicine for disaster cases, certificate as a member of honour of the society and, in his words, synthesized before exposed on the chest method and its author.