In this multiplier event, a presentation of the BIMhealthy project was made to medical professionals in the sector, transmitting the results of the project to the scientific community and highlighting the importance of housing in the health of the population. The event was carried out with the support of all the materials developed, as well as the knowledge generated in the field of healthy housing. The feedback from the attendees was key to the implementation of the pilot course, which was in its experimental simulation phase and technical improvements, and this event was able to make a great qualitative contribution to the final product. As indicators for the quality control of the products and development of the project, a survey was provided to the attendees. The aim of the survey was to gather information from those attending the event, doctors and future specialists in family and community medicine. Once the project research had been carried out, the different methodologies established were analysed and discussed, highlighting the strengths and weaknesses, as well as their adaptation to the current situation and needs that society demands in terms of health and housing. The technical and pedagogical character of the materials developed in the project was also evaluated. The comments, sensations and feedback from the participants were used and implemented in order to elaborate a methodology applicable to future courses and contents. Special attention was paid to the debate on the different determinants that relate health and housing, with the organisation of a round table that covered the main theme of the project. At the end of the interventions foreseen in the agenda, a survey was provided to the attendees in order to obtain feedback based on the experience, to be able to implement improvements and, if necessary, to reorient the results of the project for future tasks. In terms of the number of attendees, the total number of attendees at the fourth multiplier event of the E5 project “Health promotion day. Housing as a social determinant of health for future specialists in Family and Community Medicine” was 12 people from outside the project and 3 project participants.