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AVILA-OLIVARES, José Antonio  y  AMEZCUA, Manuel. Landscapes and country people of the nurse Juan de Dios. The geographical itineraries that forged the personality of a hospital reformer. Temperamentvm [online]. 2022, vol.18, e18v14.  Epub 17-Abr-2023. ISSN 1699-6011.

Of Portuguese birth, a shepherd in Oropesa, a soldier in Fuenterrabía and on other fronts, a bricklayer in Ceuta, a hospital apprentice in Guadalupe, a bookseller in Granada... How many paths this man had to go through to found a hospital. And not just any hospital, because the one in Granada was erected at the epicentre of a nursing reform whose foundations explain in part why the nurses of our time are the way we are. Juan de Dios was not a theoretician, his overwhelming personality was expressed through his gestures. That is why it is so attractive to trace the places through which he transited, because they are still marked with the reflections of his edifying presence. Welcome to this tourist and historical itinerary through the confines of the empire. We walk in the footsteps of a universal nurse and one of the most wandering personnel of the golden age.

Palabras clave : History of nursing; History of Hospitals; Saint John of God; Hospitality model; Historical heritage.

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