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IDIBGI - Who we are

Who we are

Organizational and functional structure
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IDIBGI in figures
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Strategic Plan
HR Excellence in Research
Equality Plan
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Description, history, mission, and values

The Girona Biomedical Research Institute (IDIBGI) is a CERCA research center of the Generalitat de Catalunya whose purpose is to promote, develop, transfer, manage and disseminate biomedical research, scientific and technological knowledge, teaching and training in the areas of life and health sciences, mainly in the Girona area.

Despite having its origins in 1995 as Fundació Privada Dr. Josep Trueta the institute was founded as a public institution in 2005, when the Generalitat de Catalunya (Catalan Government) entered into its governing bodies. IDIBGI became formally a research institution from the public sector and CERCA center in 2010.

IDIBGI is structured with own research groups and research personnel in the field of health and biomedical research, and researchers from the Dr. Josep Trueta University Hospital (HUJT), the Institut Català de la Salut (ICS), the Institut d'Assistència Sanitària (IAS), the Institut de Diagnòstic per la Imatge (IDI), the Institut Català d’Oncologia (ICO), the Banc de Sang i Teixits (BST), the Universitat de Girona (UdG), the Escola Universitària de la Salut i Esports (EUSES) and the Institut d'Investigació en Atenció Primària (IDIAP) Jordi Gol in Girona.

The IDIBGI facilities at the Parc Hospitalari Martí i Julià in Salt host part of the research laboratories and personnel who, along with the rest of the researchers from the associated institutions, form multidisciplinary teams with different expertise, focused on finding synergies and solutions to the societal health challenges through translational research.

Mission: To promote an environment that favours translational research to improve the health of people.
Vision: To be a biomedical research centre that contributes to making Girona the region where the population ages as healthily as possible, becoming a reference model for Catalonia and the rest of the world.
Values: 
• Excellence and talent

• Teamwork

• Inclusiveness

• Innovation and knowledge transfer towards improvement of people’s health

• Territorial involvement and proximity, promoting synergies between all agents in the area

• Commitment for continuous improvement

• Legal compliance, gender equality, HR policies, Good Research Practices

• Sustainability

IDIBGI in figures

Previous year-end data
+ 400
Number of researchers
21
Number of research groups
+ 60
Number of active projects
9
Number of active patent families
257
Number of active clinical trials
389
Number of active observational studies
Accumulated data
1896
Number of publications
37
Number of theses presented
+ 50
Number of IDIBGI Friends

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Strategic Plan

Mission: To promote an environment that favours translational research to improve the health of people.
Vision: To be a biomedical research centre that contributes to making Girona the region where the population ages as healthily as possible, becoming a reference model for Catalonia and the rest of the world.
Values: 
• Excellence and talent

• Teamwork

• Inclusiveness

• Innovation and knowledge transfer towards improvement of people’s health

• Territorial involvement and proximity, promoting synergies between all agents in the area

• Commitment for continuous improvement

• Legal compliance, gender equality, HR policies, Good Research Practices

• Sustainability

The IDIBGI's STRATEGIC PLAN 2018-2022 focuses on 3 strategic axes: the Organisational model, the Scientific model and the Relationship model, from which several strategic lines and specific actions are derived:

Pla estratègic 2018-2022

HR Excellence in Research

On the 31st of March 2015 the Girona Biomedical Research Institute (IDIBGI) received the "HR Excellence in Research Award". This award and its logo reflect the IDIBGI’s commitment to continously improve its human resources policies and practices in line with the European Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers (Charter & Code),

The Charter and Code is addressed to researchers as well as to employers and funders in both the public and private sectors. They are key elements in the European Union's policy to make research an attractive career, which is a vital feature of its strategy to stimulate economic and employment growth.

The Girona Biomedical Research Institute endorsed the Charter and Code in May 2011, and joined the Fourth Cohort of the Institutional Human Resources Strategy Group in 2012, attending the Kick-off meeting of the group project in Brussels. Thereon the IDIBGI started implementing their own Human Resources Strategy for Researchers (HRS4R).

 

Equality Plan

The Girona Institute of Biomedical Research has anEquality Plan since 2014. In 2018 it was renewed to continue working against gender discrimination and guarantee maximum equality throughout the entire institution.

The Equality Committee periodically monitors the Plan of actions that follows from the Equality Plan, while collecting proposals and debating on aspects relevant to guaranteeing optimal working conditions, access, occupational health, reconciliation with family personal, etc.

Among other lines of action, emphasis is placed on training, sensitization, and awareness, not only for the members of the Equality Committee but on the whole research staff. However, it is important to have tools and protocols planned to prevent, combat and act in the face of possible situations of gender discrimination or violence.

 

Pòster igualtat d'oportunitatsDíptic igualtat d'oportunitatsTríptic assetjamentProtocol prevenció assetjament psicològic, sexual i altres

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