In the development of the website, several measures were taken to guarantee access to the site. Specifically, the accessibility guidelines corresponding to the AA level control points (priority 1 and 2 of the UNE 139803: 2004 regulation on Web Content Accessibility), in accordance with Royal Decree 1494/2007, which approves the Regulation that it governs the basic conditions that must be fulfilled to guarantee the access of people with disabilities to the services, products and technologies of the information society, and to the media.

Accessibility allows:
Facilitate access for users regardless of their physical condition or environment.
Allow access by different user agents.
It includes clear and well structured contents.
Improve browsing and user experience.
Some of the techniques used include:
Use style sheets to control the presentation of information.
Including alternative text in images.
Comply with W3C standards.

For units of measurement, using relative units always, so that the interface can be displayed with different screen configurations and font sizes.

The pages of this website follow a semantic labeling structure. According to the relevance within the text, the content can be represented using the labels H1, H2, H3 and H4. These header labels are important, since they represent the relevance of the text throughout the content.

Contents not accessible

HTML contents are accessible and comply with AA, with the exception of some PDF files.

The applications used for the international call, as well as for the call for predoctoral positions, have not yet been adapted to the previous accessibility guidelines.

In case of finding any problem with these contents, contact us through the following address:

Web test

It has been proven that this website is displayed correctly in multiple web browsers (Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari, Opera, Lynx) and platforms.

In order to guarantee compliance with the previous levels of compliance with the accessibility guidelines, the website has been verified using the TAW (Web Accessibility Test) tool and the Hera Sidar tool.


At P4h, we are aware that access to a website is a continuous process of improvement, therefore, we invite users to send us any suggestion or comment that can help us improve this website.

If you want to send any comments or queries, write an email to the following address:

Thank you very much for your cooperation.