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Báltica Beatriz Cabieses Valdés

Professor

Universidad del Desarrollo

Santiago, Chile

Líneas de Investigación


Social inequities in Health Health of international migrants and refugees Global Public Health Traslational research Implementation research and implementation science Participation of patients in coverage related decision making processes

Educación

  •  Nursing and Midwifery, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Chile, 2002
  •  Certificate in Health Teaching, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Chile, 2004
  •  Epidemiology, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Chile, 2008
  •  Health Sciences (Health Inequalities), University of York. Reino Unido, 2011

Experiencia Académica

  •   Instructor Full Time

    Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

    Medicine

    SANTIAGO, Chile

    2003 - 2008

  •   Project Coordinator "UC Saludable" Programme Part Time

    Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

    SANTIAGO, Chile

    2005 - 2010

  •   Co-Investigator, Mano a Mano Research Projects (RO1/3 NIH funded) for Community-based HIV and AIDS prevention strategies in Chile Part Time

    Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

    Medicine

    SANTIAGO, Chile

    2004 - 2011

  •   Associate Professor Full Time

    Universidad del Desarrollo

    Medicine

    SANTIAGO, Chile

    2009 - 2014

  •   Honorary visiting scholar Part Time

    University of York

    York, Reino Unido

    2011 - 2021

  •   Associate Epidemiologist Part Time

    Bradford Institute for Health Research, NHS

    Bradford, Reino Unido

    2011 - 2014

  •   Professor Full Time

    Universidad del Desarrollo

    Medicine

    Santiago, Chile

    2014 - A la fecha

  •   Visiting scholar to the PhD in Nursing Programme Other

    Universidad Andrés Bello

    Medicine

    Santiago, Chile

    2020 - A la fecha

Experiencia Profesional

  •   Research Assistant Part Time

    Pontificia Universidad Catolica de Chile

    SANTIAGO, Chile

    2001 - 2002

  •   Associate Epidemiologist Other

    Bradford Institute for Health Research

    Bradford, Chile

    2013 - A la fecha

  •   Consultant to the Health of Migrants Policy development Other

    Ministerio de Salud de Chile

    Santiago, Colombia

    2016 - 2019

  •   Consultant to the eSAC equity in eHealth in LAC Part Time

    Pan Ameican Health Organization

    WDC, Estados Unidos

    2011 - 2013

  •   Consultant in qualitative study on the experience of living with atopic dermatitis in Chile Other

    SANOFI-Epsylon Research

    Santiago, Colombia

    2020 - 2020

  •   Consultant on quantitative study on health of mogrants Other

    Servicio de Salud Metropolitano Sur Oriemte

    Santiago, Chile

    2018 - 2018

  •   Consultant on quantitative study on health of migrants Other

    Servicio de Salud Metropolitano Occidente

    Santiago, Chile

    2020 - 2021

  •   Consultant on health coverage decision making Other

    Roche SA

    Santiago, Colombia

    2019 - 2019

  •   Consultant to organised patients role in health coverage decision making: a workshop Other

    Pfizer SA

    Santiago, Chile

    2019 - 2019

  •   Consultant on qualitative methods por patients participation Other

    Boehringer

    Santiago, Chile

    2020 - 2020

Formación de Capital Humano


CURRENT RESEARCH FUNDING

Principal investigator (PI)
1. Title: Living and health trajectories of international migrants to Chile: how do they compare to the locals and what are their related costs to the healthcare system? Funder: Fondecyt Regular Conicyt Chile. Collaborators: UFRO, PUC, UChile, UAndes Purpose: to analyze the trajectories of international migrants to Chile, including living standards, access to and use of healthcare, health status, costs and consequences of including them to the healthcare system, and compare them to the trajectories of the Chileans over time. Duration: 2018-2019 (4 years, US$300,000).

2. Title: Generating competencies in intercultural health to intermational migrants amongst healthcare workers. Funder: FONIS, Conicyt. Collaborators: PI UFRO, CoPI UValpo UCNorte Purpose: to develop a training programme on intercultural health to intermational migrants amongst healthcare workers. Duration: 2019-2021 (2.5 years, US$85.000).

3. Title: International migrants in quarantine facilities in Chile during the COVID-19 pandemic: towards an ethical response to deeply rooted challenges. Funder: WHO. Collaborators: PI UFRO, CoPI UValpo UCNorte Purpose: to develop a training programme on intercultural health to intermational migrants amongst healthcare workers. Duration: 2020-2021 (6 months, US$25.000).

4. Title: Vulnerabilities and resources of international migrant communities in Chile to face the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic: building differentiated strategies from interculturality. Funder: ex ANID COVID-19, UDD DID. Collaborators: SJM, UMayor, UAutónoma Purpose: to characterise Vulnerabilities and resources of international migrant communities in Chile to face the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic and to develop evidence-based solutions to support the inclusion of this population in future sanitary emergencies. Duration: 2020-20201 (1 year, US$28.000).

5. Title: Living conditions, access to healthcare and healthcare needs on international migrants living in the Western area of Santiago (SSMOC). Funder: SSMOCC Chile. Collaborators: SSMOCC Purpose: to develop a baseline or diagnosis of living conditions, access to healthcare and healthcare needs on international migrants living in the Western area of Santiago (SSMOC) through a multi-methods case study. Duration: 2019-2021 (2.5 years, US$85.000).

Co-investigator (Co-I)
6. Title: Unveiling the institutional sanitary response to Venezuelan migrants in Andean countries in the region. Funder: UKRI. Collaborators: Perú (PI), Ecuador, Colombia. Purpose: to systematize and promote recommendations around the institutional sanitary response to Venezuelan migrants in Andean countries in the region. Duration: 2020-2021 (1 year, US$9.000).

7. Title: Health prevention of HIV and AIDS amongst youth in Chile. Funder: FONIS, Conicyt. Collaborators: PI UFRO, CoPI UValpo UCNorte Purpose: to develop novel knowledge and related strategies on prevention of HIV and AIDS amongst youth in Chile. Duration: 2019-2021 (2.5 years, US$85.000).

8. Title: Excessive gestational weight gain: trend and geo-spatial analysis in a decade (2009-2018) for the design of technical guidelines in pregnant women of the conurbation Temuco-Padre las casas. Funder: FONIS, Conicyt. Collaborators: PI UFRO, CoPI PUC Purpose: to explore a decade of epidemiological trend and spatial analysis on the relationship between obesity and pregnancy outcomes in women living in poor areas of Chile. Duration: 2018-2010 (2 years, US$250,000).

9. Title: Effects of the perception of discrimination and unfair treatment in obesity and metabolic syndrome: Psychological and physiological mechanisms in a longitudinal study. Funder: Fondecyt Regular Conicyt. Collaborators: Pi UFRO, CoPI PUC Purpose: to understand the Effects of the perception of discrimination and unfair treatment in obesity and metabolic syndrome: Psychological and physiological mechanisms in a longitudinal study. Duration: 2018-2020 (3 years, US$50,000).

10. Title: MICROB-R on antimicrobial resistance. Funder: Millenium Initiative Corfo Chile. Collaborators: UFRO, PUC, UChile, UConcepción Purpose: to understand the prevalences and determinants of antimicrobial resistance in Chile and Latin America. Role: Adjunct researcher. Duration: 2018-2020 (2 years, US$300,000).

COMPLETED RESEARCH FUNDING

Principal investigator (PI)
11. Title: Understanding experiences and knowledge related to COVID-19 by international migrants in Chile. Funder: UDD. Collaborators: ColMeed, SJM, MICROB-R Purpose: to describe the experience, knowledge and practices of international migrants in Chile during the SASR-CoV-2 pandemic. Duration: 2020 (1 year, US$1.000).

12. Title: Understanding self-perceived health in Latin America. Funder: EuroQol. Collaborators: PI UFRO, CoPI PUC Purpose: to explore a decade of epidemiological trend and spatial analysis on the relationship between obesity and pregnancy outcomes in women living in poor areas of Chile. Duration: 2018-2019 (2 years, US$30,000).

13. Title: Multi-method study on asylum seekers in Chile: recommendations for public policy. Funder: Santander El Mercurio Collaborators: PI UFRO, CoPI PUC Purpose: to explore a decade of epidemiological trend and spatial analysis on the relationship between obesity and pregnancy outcomes in women living in poor areas of Chile. Duration: 2018-2019 (2 years, US$10,000).

14. Title: Knowledge and practices of parenting and child care of Haitian families in Chile: a critical analysis of interventions to early childhood from intercultural perspectives. Funder: Santander El Mercurio Collaborators: PI UFRO, CoPI PUC Purpose: to explore a decade of epidemiological trend and spatial analysis on the relationship between obesity and pregnancy outcomes in women living in poor areas of Chile. Duration: 2018-2019 (2 years, US$10,000).

15. Title: Assessment of the pilot intervention “The health of migrants´ pilot programme”. Funder: Ministry of Health. Collaborators: OIM Purpose: to assess the pilot intervention “The health of migrants´ pilot programme that was implemented in 5 boroughs of the country. Duration: 2017-2018 (7 months, US$67,000).

16. Title: Developing public health intelligence in primary care for international immigrants in Chile: A multi-methods study Funder: Fondecyt Chile N° 11130042 Collaborators: University of York, Bradford Institute for Health Research Purpose: To assess what are the health status, health needs and healthcare use of this population in the 8 immigrant-densest boroughs in Chile and how are they being addressed at the primary care level. Duration: 2013-2017 (4 years, US$250,000).

17. Title: Effective access to healthcare, multidimensional poverty and self-reported health status in adult population in Chile: a path analysis. Funder: Direction of Research at UDD. Collaborators: University of York, Bradford Institute for Health Research Purpose: To assess the association between effective access to healthcare, multidimensional poverty and self-reported health status in adult population in Chile. Duration: 2016 (2 years, US$10,000).

18. Title: Social vulnerability and its effect in population heath in Chile: a participation-action study. Funder: Direction of Research at UDD & Ministry of Education. Collaborators: Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education, América Solidaria, PAHO/WHO. Purpose: To develop a novel book on social vulnerability and health effects in Chile through a participatory intersector process in the country. Duration: 2015-2016 (1 year, US$13,000).

19. Title: [Information and communication technologies for health equity beyond clinical settings: lessons from selected interventions in Latin America and the Caribbean] Funder: IDRC Purpose: To assess Information and communication technologies for health equity beyond clinical settings: lessons from selected interventions in Latin America and the Caribbean. Duration: 2013-2014 (1 years, US$10,000).

20. Title: Mapping eHealth strategies in Chile Funder: Pan American Health Organization Collaborators: OPS Chile, OPS Argentina, MINSAL Purpose: To map eHealth strategies in Chile Duration: 2013 (5 months, US$3,000).

21. Title: Income distribution and its relationship to various health problems in the adult population in Chile from 2009 National Survey Funder: Universidad del Desarrollo, Chile. Collaborators: University of York, Centre for Health Economics, Hospital Barros Luco Unidad de Estudios Purpose: To assess the relationship between income distribution of the adult Chilean population and various health problems. It will estimate concentration index for multiple chronic conditions in Chile. Duration: 2012 (1 year, US$10,287).

Co-investigator (Co-I)
22. Title: Ethnographic study for the promotion of sexual / reproductive health and the prevention of teen pregnancy in Chile: identifying challenges and proposing solutions. Funder: UDD. Collaborators: UDD, Minsal, SSMSO Purpose: to
systematize, from an ethnographic approach, the implementation of the affectivity and sexuality component of the 3A Program in three schools in the commune of Lo Prado. Duration: 2018-2019 (2 years, US$6,000).

23. Title: International Network for research collaboration on DataScience. Funder: Conicyt Chile. Collaborators: University of York Purpose: to catalyse and International Network between UDD ISI Foundation and others for research collaboration on DataScience. Duration: 2018 (1 year, US$20,000).

24. Title: a case study of the trajectory and mechanisms for developing institutional capacity for the demand and use of health policy and systems research in Chile. Funder: WHO. Collaborators: OIM Purpose: to assess the pilot intervention “The health of migrants´ pilot programme that was implemented in 5 boroughs of the country. Duration: 2017-2018 (7 months, US$50,000).

25. Title: Participation of patient groups/associations in decisional making process in Chile: opportunities and challenges. Funder: FONIS Chile. Collaborators: UDD Purpose: To explore the participation of patient groups/associations in decisional making process in Chile. Duration: 2016-2018 (1 year, US$45,000).

26. Title: Developing public policy recommendations for non-oncologic pain in Chile Funder: Public Policy Research Centre at PUC. Collaborators: UDD Purpose: To develop public policy recommendations for non-oncologic pain in Chile. Duration: 2017 (1 year, US$12,000).

27. Title: Knowledge and attitudes towards natural disasters among international immigrants in Chile: the case of the fire in Valparaiso 2015. Funder: Direction of Research at UDD. Collaborators: University of York Purpose: To explore knowledge and attitudes towards natural disasters among international immigrants in Chile. Duration: 2016 (1 year, US$8,000).

28. Title: [Congenital anomalies and developmental disorders: evaluation of cost-effectiveness of new diagnostic tools] Funder: Fonis Chile Purpose: To assess whether Congenital anomalies and developmental disorders are cost-effective as new diagnostic tools in primary care in Santiago. Duration: 2013-2015 (2 years, US$56,000).

29. Title: Cost-consequence analysis of weight excess in Chile. Funder: Herbalife S.A.. Purpose: to conduct a cost-consequence analysis of weight excess in Chile. Duration: 2014-2015 (1 year, US $20,000).

30. Title: First national training programme in health economics in Chile. Funder:FONIS, National Fund for Health Research in Chile. Purpose: to develop and pilot the first national training programme in health economics in Chile. Duration:2010-2011 (1 year, US $62,025).

31. Title: First national training programme in clinical health research in Chile. Funder: FONIS, National Fund for Health Research in Chile. Purpose: to develop and pilot the first national training programme in clinical health research in Chile. Duration: 2008-2009 (1 year, US$62,025).

32. Title: Mobilizing Health Workers for Community HIV Prevention in Chile. Funder: National Institute of Health, USA (NIH) Grant R03 TW006980-01. Purpose: Adapt and test a training program for health workers in primary health centers in HIVprevention. Duration: 2004-2007 (3 years, US $54,000).

33. Title: Health Professionals: Media communication pathways preferred to seek continuing education programmes. Funder: Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Dirección de Extensión Escuela de Enfermería UC. Purpose: To describe preferred mass media among health professionals, in order to receive information about continuing education at School of Nursing, UC. Duration: 2004-2005 (1 year, US$8,000).

34. Title: Nursing Undergraduates 2005- 2006: Preferred media pathways and motivations to apply for the UC Nursing career. Funder: Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Dirección de Extensión Escuela de Enfermería UC. Purpose: To describe motivations and mass media preferred to know about nursing career at Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Duration: 2004-2005 (1 year, US$8,000).

35. Title: A manual on translational research for undergraduate students from health sciences at UDD: a participation-action project. Funder: Direction of Research at UDD. Collaborators: University of York Purpose: To develop a novel manual on translational research for undergraduate students from health sciences at UDD. Duration: 2016 (1 year, US$8,000).

Associate researcher
36. Title: Born In Bradford Cohort study Funders: The British government via various grant funders. Collaborators: Multiple research teams all over Europe and in the UK Purpose: The Born in Bradford cohort study will examine how genetic, nutritional, environmental and social factors impact on health and development during childhood, and subsequently in adult life. It will also examine how nutritional, environmental and social factors influence the woman's subsequent health and wellbeing. Duration: 2004 and ongoing (cohort study, ongoing governmental and EU financial support, US$ 14million by 2013)

37. Title: The eSAC project: The Public eHealth Innovation and Equity In Latin America and the Caribbean Funders: University of Toronto Collaborators: Pan-American Health Organization, International Development Research Centre (IDRC) in Canada. Purpose: The Public eHealth Innovation and Equity in Latin America and the Caribbean (eSAC) Project offers young professionals the opportunity to work in Public eHealth in Latin American and the Caribbean. The project aims at improving the health of disadvantaged groups and contributing to the advancement of equity in health in Latin America and the Caribbean. Duration: 2011-2013 (2 years, US$ 2million)

38. Title: MedALL project: Mechanisms of the Development of ALLergy Funders: Collaborative Project (Large-scale integrating research project including 21 different research centres all over Europe). Coordinators in Paris, France: Jean Bousquet and Josep M. Antó. Collaborators: Multiple research teams all over Europe Purpose: Investigation of the mechanisms of initiation of allergic response, genetic predisposition, biomarkers and identification of targets for therapy. Duration: 2011-2016 (5 years, US$ 3million)

39. Title: IDRC in Canada: NCDP programme global priority-setting exercise in the field of non-communicable diseases in low and middle income countries. Funder: International Development Research Centre. Collaborators: Experts all over the world Purpose: to develop a set of priority topics to inform researchers, public health practitioners and stakeholders in the field of non-communicable diseases in low and middle income countries. Duration: 2010-2013 (3 years).

40. Title: Verification of Average Expected Cost per Individual Beneficiary, Joint Prioritized Health Problems with Explicit Guarantees, Chilean Ministry of Health– 2012. Funder: Chilean Ministry of Health. Collaborators: independent researchers Purpose: to estimate the expected annual cost per average beneficiary individual for the year 2013 (UF) for each of the health problems covered or to be covered by the AUGE plan. Duration: 2012 (5 months, US$ 210,000).

41. Title: Testing an intervention in HIV prevention for women in Chile. Funder: National Institute of Health, USA (NIH) Grant RO1 TW-03-006 Purpose: To develop and test an HIV prevention intervention in low-income Chilean women. Duration: 2004-2009 (5 years, US$51,202).

42. Title: Future health professionals: Strengthening their knowledge, attitudes and behaviors against HIV/AIDS. Funder: Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, DIPUC 2005/27Ce. Purpose: Develop and evaluate the effectiveness of an HIV/ AIDS prevention program for nursing and medical students in Chile. Duration: 2005-2006 (1 year, US$15,000).

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

UNDERGRADUATE LEVEL

Current teaching experience
2020 Research leader at the undergrad module of Quantitative Research Methods for Nursing students at UDD
2016-date Research leader at the PONT UDD programme to connect undergrad students of the Faculty of Medicine at UDD with real research environments
2014-date Responsible for the “Scientific Nursing Undergraduate Academy” for research assistants training
2013-date Responsible for the research curricula at the Nursing career at Universidad del Desarrollo
2013-date Casual Lecturer, Module Anthropology of health care, School of Psychology UC
2013-date Casual Lecturer, Module Public Health, School of Medicine at UDD

Past teaching experience
2013-2015 Module Leader, Society, Inequality and Health (optional module), UDD, II semester
2013-2016 Module Leader, Research Methods, School of Nursing UDD, I semester
2013-2015 Supervisor, Module Undergraduate Thesis dissertation, School of Nursing UDD, I-II semester
2005 Occupational Health, School of Nursing UC
2004 Prevention and management of accidents, School of Nursing UC
2004-2005 Nursing Care in Newborn period, School of Nursing UC
2003-2004 Nursing care in Infants. Young children/Adolescents, School of Nursing UC
2004 Nursing Care in Obstetric and perinatal period II, School of Nursing UC
2003-2004 Nursing Care in the Mother and Infant, School of Nursing UC
2003-2005 Nursing Care in Obstetric and perinatal period I, School of Nursing UC

POSTGRADUATE LEVEL- THESES AND SUPERVISIONS

Committee membership
2014-date Executive Board, PhD in Medical Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, CAS-UDD
2014-date Advisory Board, MSc in Nursing Practice, CAS-UDD
2014-2015 Academic Executive Board, Faculty of Medicine, CAS-UDD

PhD and MSc supervisions
2020-date MSc Epidemiology, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (Mr. Rodrigo Severino)
2020-date PhD in Medical Innovation and Sciences thesis director, Universidad del Desarrollo (Mrs. Isabel Rada)
2017-date PhD in Public Health thesis director, Universidad Autónoma de Barcelona, Spain (Mrs. Eliozka Nuñez)
2013-2019 PhD in Public Health thesis co-supervisor, Universidad de Pompeu Fabra, Spain (Mrs. Iris Delgado)
2018-date MSc Public Policy thesis supervisor, Universidad de Chile (Ms. Camila Sepúlveda)
2016-2018 Member of PhD committee board, University of La Frontera Temuco (Mrs. Daniela Gómez)
2016-2018 MPH thesis supervisor, University of Chile (Mr. Daniel Larenas)
2016-2017 MPH thesis supervisor, University of Chile (Mrs. Patricia Bustos)
2014-2016 MSc Epidemiology thesis supervisor, Northern Catholic University of Chile in Coquimbo (Mrs. Johanna Rivera)

Past teaching experience
2014-2016 Lecturer, Module Society, Public Policy and Health, Masters in Health Psychology, UC, Chile
2014-2016 Lecturer and Core Founder member, Diploma in health research with translational approach, UDD, Santiago, Chile
2013 PhD student mentor in Public Health, University of Chile (Ms. Macarena Valdés)
2013 Casual Lecturer, Module Anthropology of healthcare, MSc Health Psychology, UC
2013 Casual Lecturer, MSc Bioethics, UDD
2012 Director and main lecturer for the course [“Epidemiological analysis of population-based datasets in Stata: basic to intermediate level”] 9-11April 2012. UDD, Chile
2012 Guest Lecturer, Health inequalities module, Masters in Health Research, University of York, UK
2011-2012 Guest Lecturer, Global Public Health module, Masters in Health Research, University of York, UK
2011 Mentor of PhD student from University of Loughborough, research work developed at Born in Bradford project
2009-2012 Coordinator, SEED scientific meetings, PhD programme at the University of York, UK
2010 Director and main lecturer forthe course [”New applications of epidemiological research and economic evaluations in health: emphasis on inequality”] 6-9 Jan 2010. UDD, Chile
2010 Curricula designer and e-learning coordinator, Diploma [“Clinical Research Methodology Training in Chile (EMIC-Chile): Health Economics Module”]. Chilean National Health Research Fund.
2008 Curricula designer and lecturer, Diploma ["Clinical Research Methodology Training in Chile (EMIC-Chile)”] Chilean National Health Research Fund. CONICYT, Chile

ADDITIONAL INTERNATIONAL TEACHING EXPERIENCE

2011-2014 Collaborator to the eSAC project young professionals, Panamerican Health Organization and University of Toronto
2010-2011 Coordinator of Nursing Directors visit to the University of York, co-led with the Nursing curricula, Department of Health Sciences
2003-2005 Coordinator and mentor of undergraduate students of the REAL international project [Red de estudiantes de Enfermeria de Latinoamerica], Latin American Nursing students Network, UC, Chile
2003-2005 Coordinator of short courses and international interchange programme between UC and University of Illinois at Chicago, funded by the MIRT (Minority International Research Training Programme). The programme supported educational visits to rural ethnic minority groups living in the South of Chile (5 visits with international students), Chile
2004 Coordinator and lecturer. Course: First aid with emphasis on prevention of HIV/AIDS. Rural Mapuche youth community at Traitraico village, IX region, UC, Chile
2004 Member of the Executive Committee and lecturer at the course: Human Subject Protections Program. Continuing Education. UC and the University of Illinois at Chicago. Santiago, Chile
2005-2007 Lecturer, Prevention of alcohol and other drugs at the workplace, Asociación Chilena de Seguridad, Santiago
2004 Lecturer and Workshop leader, Course “First Aid”, Auxilio Maltés Foundation, Chile


Difusión y Transferencia


EDITED BOOKS

1. Avaria A, Cabieses B, Obach A (2020). Nuevas aproximaciones a la salud de migrantes internacionales. Editorial RIL. Universidad Autónoma y Universidad del Desarrollo. En prensa.
2. Espinoza ME, Rodríguez C, Cabieses B. (2019). Manual de participación de pacientes en toma de decisiones sobre cobertura en salud. Pontificia Universidad Católica y Universidad del Desarrollo. Ediciones UC y FONIS, ANID Chile.
3. Cabieses B, Correa ME. (2019). Encuentros interculturales en salud. Testimonios de migrantes internacionales y equipos de salud. Ed. Universidad del Desarrollo, Santiago, Chile. Protegido por derechos de autor Impreso en Chile/Printed in Chile ISBN versión digital: 978-956-374-031-8 ISBN versión impresa: 978-956-374-030-1. Digital free on line versión https://repositorio.udd.cl/handle/11447/2784
4. Cabieses B, Bernales M, McIntyre AMM. (2017). La migración internacional como determinante social de la salud: miradas y propuestas para políticas públicas. Ed. Universidad del Desarrollo, Santiago, Chile, 522 pages. ISBN versión impresa: 978-956-374-000-4. ISBN versión digital: 978-956-374-001-1. Digital free on line versión http://www.udd.cl/dircom/pdfs/Libro_La_migracion_internacional.pdf
5. Cabieses B, Bernales M, Obach A, Pedrero V. (2016). [Social vulnerability and its effects on population health in Chile] Spanish. Ed. Universidad del Desarrollo, Santiago, Chile, 500 pages. ISBN 9789567961801. Digital free on line version http://hdl.handle.net/11447/1459

BOOK CHAPTERS

1. Cabieses B. (2019). Capítulo: Salud de personas migrantes internacionales. En: Rojas N, Vicuña JT: Migración en Chile: evidencia y mitos de una nueva realidad. Editorial LOM: Santiago, Chile. ISBN: 9789560012272.
2. Cabieses B. (2018). Capítulo 2: Incorporando la investigación en salud a la docencia de pregrado. En: Pedrero V & Chepo M (eds.). Manual para el desarrollo de competencias de investigación en ciencias de la salud. Ed: UDD, Santiago. En: http://repositorio.udd.cl/handle/11447/2037
3. Espinoza MA, Repetto P, Cabieses B, Vargas C, Zitko P. (2017). Propuesta de política pública para el manejo del dolor músculo- esquelético en Chile. En: Centro de Políticas Públicas PUC. Propuestas de políticas públicas para Chile 2017. Ed: PUC, Santiago, Chile.
4. Cabieses B, Pickett K, Wilkinson R (2016). Impact of socioeconomic inequality on children´s health. In: Handbook of Economics and Human Biology. Ed: Komlos J & Kelly I. Oxford: Oxford University Press. ISBN: 9780199389292
5. Leppe J, Maturana A, Cabieses B, Bernales M, Obach A. (2015). Innovative Diploma in Translational Research for health professions: the UDD experience. In: Innovative teaching strategies at UDD. Santiago: UDD.
6. Repetto P, Bernales M, Cabieses B. (2014). Encyclopedia of Health Promotion. A brief history of health promotion. Kluwer Academic Publishers, USA.
7. Cabieses B, Bernales M, Obach A, Maturana A. (2015). El modelo de investigación traslacional: Su aporte y desafíos para la toma de decisiones en salud. En: Llambias-Wolff: La Enfermedad de los sistemas de salud: miradas críticas y alternativas. 1a Ed. Toronto: York University Press.
8. Cabieses B, Tunstall H. (2013) Section II. Chapter 3: Access to, need and use of healthcare by international immigrants in Chile. In: Gideon J. and Thomas F. Migration, Health and Inequalities. Zed Press: England. 179-199. ISBN 9781780321257
9. Munoz M, Cabieses B, Contreras A & Zuzulich MS (2010). Capitulo 8: Universidades y Promoción de la Salud. En: Ippolito J. Promoción de la Salud, Experiencias internacionales en escuelas y universidades. Paidos Tramas sociales. ISBN 9789501245622.

REPORTS

1. Cabieses, B et al. (2020). REPORTE SITUACIONAL: EL CASO DE MIGRANTES INTERNACIONALES EN CHILE DURANTE LA PANDEMIA DE COVID-19 Microsoft Word - SITUATIONAL REPORT - CHILE_final.docx (filesusr.com)
2. Cabieses B. (2020). Survey of international migrants’ knowledge and ability to cope with COVID-19 in Chile. Descriptive general results. Encuesta sobre covid-19 a poblaciones migrantes internacionales en Chile. Capítulo 1: Resultados descriptivos generales. https://repositorio.udd.cl/bitstream/handle/11447/3267/Encuesta%20Migrantes%20y%20%20COVID19_Resultados%20Descriptivos%20Generales.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y
3. Santander s, B Leyton, F Hasen, M Valdés, C D'Angelo, P Maureira, Obach A, Cabieses B. (2019). Informe de Sistematización del Primer Encuentro Participativo de Adolescentes y Jóvenes Migrantes en Salud. Ministerio de Salud de Chile. https://repositorio.udd.cl/handle/11447/3266
1. Cabieses B, Libuy M, Dabanch J. (2019). Hacia una comprensión integral de la relación entre migración internacional y enfermedades infecciosas. De la creencia a la evidencia para la acción sanitaria en Chile. http://hdl.handle.net/11447/2813
2. Cabieses B et al. (2017). Estudio Licitación Pública Minsal Salud Migrantes internacionales http://hdl.handle.net/11447/2487
3. Cabieses B et al. (2017). Collection of 8 reports: Community health of international migrants in eight boroughs in Chile. http://hdl.handle.net/11447/1632
4. Cabieses B et al. (2016). First healthcare consultation to recent international migrants to Chile: a primary care programme. http://hdl.handle.net/11447/1902
5. Cabieses B et al. (2016). Multidimensional poverty, self-perceived health and access to health in Chile: Generating critical knowledge for public health network action http://repositorio.udd.cl/handle/11447/1633
6. Bernales M & Cabieses B. (2016). Knowledge and practices of international migrants before natural disasters in Valparaíso. http://repositorio.udd.cl/handle/11447/1682


Premios y Distinciones

  •   Excellence in Academic Performance Award

    UNIVERSIDAD DEL DESARROLLO

    Chile, 2014

    Excellence in Academic Performance Award

  •   Health Sciences Departmental Annual Prize

    UNIVERSITY OF YORK

    Reino Unido, 2010

    Winner of the Health Sciences Departmental Annual Prize 2010, best PhD student, University of York.

  •   The Lancet/Global Forum IV Competition "Young Voices in Research for Health"

    The Lancet/Global Forum

    Chile, 2009

    Essay shortlisted in The Lancet/Global Forum IV Competition "Young Voices in Research for Health"(http://light.globalforumhealth.org/Media-Publications/Publications/Young-Voices-in-research-for-Health-2009-Innovating-for-the-health-of-all)

  •   Best Poster Award. First ARRC Conference

    UNIVERSITY OF YORK

    Chile, 2009

    Best Poster Award. First ARRC Conference, July, University of York, UK

  •   Excelence Academic Recognition

    PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA DE CHILE

    Chile, 2008

    First Place. 2008 cohort, MSc Epidemiology UC, Santiago, Chile

  •   National Scientific Research Award El Mercurio Santander

    El Mercurio Santander

    Chile, 2017

    For conducted research on the health of migrants in Chile

  •   Lancet Migration Board for Latin America

    Lancet Migration Commission

    Chile, 2020

    Member of Lancet Migration Board for Latin America


 

Article (152)

Immigration, perceived discrimination and mental health: evidence from Venezuelan population living in Peru
The impact of hypoglycemia on healthcare costs: a modeling study from Chile
["No one seems ready to hear what I've seen:" Mental health care for refugees and asylum seekers in Chile].
COVID-19: leaving no one behind in Latin America
Disentangling socioeconomic inequalities of type 2 diabetes mellitus in Chile: A population-based analysis
Factores asociados a sentirse preparado para enfrentar el COVID-19 en migrantes internacionales en Chile
Health access to immigrants: identifying gaps for social protection in health
Individual and structural barriers to Latin American refugees and asylum seekers' access to primary and mental healthcare in Chile: A qualitative study
Induced abortion according to socioeconomic status in Chile
Inequities in mental health and mental healthcare between international immigrants and locals in Chile: a narrative review
Knowledge, access and use of the health system by migrant adolescents in Chile: results of an exploratory study
Migrantes venezolanos frente a la pandemia de COVID-19 en Chile: factores asociados a la percepción de sentirse preparado para enfrentarla
Prevention of vertical transmission of HIV in international migrant women: Current scenario and challenges
Evaluation of the effectiveness and equity of the maternity protection reform in Chile from 2000 to 2015
Initial care for migrants in Chile: status of a primary health care initiative after one year of implementation
Rol del facilitador intercultural para migrantes internacionales en centros de salud chilenos: perspectivas de cuatro grupos de actores clave.
Role of the intercultural facilitator for international migrants in chilean health centres: Perspectives from four groups of key actors
Salud de migrantes internacionales en situación irregular: una revisión narrativa de iniciativas.
Gasto de Bolsillo en Salud y Medicamentos en Chile=> Análisis Comparativo de los Periodos 1997, 2007, y 2012.
Hospitalizations for cancer in international migrants versus local population in Chile
Hospitalizations for cancer in international migrants versus local population in Chile
Hospitalizations for cancer in international migrants versus local population in Chile.
Intersectoral strategies between health and education for preventing adolescent pregnancy in Chile=> Findings from a qualitative study
Intersectoral strategies between health and education for preventing adolescent pregnancy in Chile=> Findings from a qualitative study.
Use of health services among international migrant children - a systematic review.
Patient-centred care and shared decision making in Chile=> Rising momentum for progress and implementation in clinical practice.
Sex-Related Allergic Rhinitis Prevalence Switch from Childhood to Adulthood=> A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis.
Health for all migrants in Latin America and the Caribbean.
Research on migration and health in Chile=> pushing forward.
The association between green space and depressive symptoms in pregnant women: moderating roles of socioeconomic status and physical activity
The association between green space and depressive symptoms in pregnant women=> moderating roles of socioeconomic status and physical activity.
The urgency of a sociocultural approach to adolescent men's health risk behaviours.
Where Are Socioeconomically Deprived Immigrants Located in Chile? A Spatial Analysis of Census Data Using an Index of Multiple Deprivation from the Last Three Decades (1992-2012)
Where Are Socioeconomically Deprived Immigrants Located in Chile? A Spatial Analysis of Census Data Using an Index of Multiple Deprivation from the Last Three Decades (1992-2012).
[Latent variable theory in research in health topics].
[Translational research in Health topics=> A road for pragmatic and interdisciplinary research].
A systematic review of socioeconomic position in relation to asthma and allergic diseases.
Access to Healthcare Among International Immigrants in Chile=> Repeated Cross-Sectional Analysis of Casen Survey 2006-2009-2011.
Alcohol, Binge Drinking and Associated Mental Health Problems in Young Urban Chileans
Alcohol, binge drinking and associated mental health problems in young urban Chileans.
Configuracion Espacial de La Vulnerabilidad Social de Inmigrantes Internacionales en Iquique 2002-2012 y Su Relacion Con La Localizacion de Red de Atencion Primaria de Salud.
Did Socioeconomic Inequality in Self-Reported Health in Chile Fall after the Equity-Based Healthcare Reform of 2005? A Concentration Index Decomposition Analysis
Did Socioeconomic Inequality in Self-Reported Health in Chile Fall after the Equity-Based Healthcare Reform of 2005? A Concentration Index Decomposition Analysis.
How to Institutionalize The "Knowledge to Action" Framework for Health Technology Assessment?
International prevalence rates of asthma and allergy are associated with income inequality.
Mano a Mano for Health Professions Students in Chile: A Pilot HIV Prevention Program
Translational research in health topics: A road for pragmatic and interdisciplinary research [Investigación traslacional en salud: Un camino para la investigación pragmatic e interdisciplinaria]
Understanding the Socioeconomic Status of International Immigrants in Chile Through Hierarchical Cluster Analysis: a Population-Based Study
Understanding the Socioeconomic Status of International Immigrants in Chile Through Hierarchical Cluster Analysis=> a Population‐Based Study
[Equity in health and health technology assessment in Chile].
[Health research and health technology assessment in Chile].
[Solidarity fund for medicaments=> does it represent a good use of health resources?].
A Systematic Review on the Development of Asthma and Allergic Diseases in Relation to International Immigration: The Leading Role of the Environment Confirmed
A systematic review on the development of asthma and allergic diseases in relation to international immigration=> the leading role of the environment confirmed.
Equity in Health and Health Technology Assessment in Chile
Equity in health and health technology assessment in Chile [Equidad en salud y evaluación de tecnologías sanitarias en Chile]
Ethnic differences in infant feeding practices and their relationship with BMI at 3 years of age - results from the Born in Bradford birth cohort study
Ethnic differences in infant feeding practices and their relationship with BMI at 3 years of age - results from the Born in Bradford birth cohort study.
Glossary of access to health care and related concepts for low- and middle-income countries (LMICs)=> a critical review of international literature.
Health research and Health Technology Assessment in Chile
Health research and health technology assessment in Chile [La investigación en salud y la evaluación de tecnologías sanitarias en Chile]
Household typology and family social capital among White British and Pakistani women in Bradford, England
La compleja relación entre posición socioeconómica, estatus migratorio y resultados de salud
The complex relationship between socioeconomic position, migration status and health outcomes [La Compleja Relación Entre Posición Socioeconómica, Estatus Migratorio y Resultados de Salud]
Using latent class analysis to develop a model of the relationship between socioeconomic position and ethnicity: cross-sectional analyses from a multi-ethnic birth cohort study
Using latent class analysis to develop a model of the relationship between socioeconomic position and ethnicity=> cross-sectional analyses from a multi-ethnic birth cohort study.
What factors explain pregnant women's feeding intentions in Bradford, England: A multi-methods, multi-ethnic study
What factors explain pregnant women's feeding intentions in Bradford, England=> a multi-methods, multi-ethnic study.
Young leaders in public health in Latin America and the Caribbean=> insights from the eSAC project.
[Complexity theory, how has it been applied in health research?].
[Learning to look under the water=> the evaluation process in health research].
A glossary for healthcare promoting universities (an HPU glossary) [Glosario para universidades promotoras de la salud]
A systematic review of the relationships between social capital and socioeconomic inequalities in health=> a contribution to understanding the psychosocial pathway of health inequalities.
At the edge of individual cognitive-behavioural policies: how to walk the public health path to effectively improve population health?
At the edge of individual cognitive-behavioural policies=> how to walk the public health path to effectively improve population health?
Changing patterns of migration in Latin America: how can research develop intelligence for public health?
Changing patterns of migration in Latin America=> how can research develop intelligence for public health?
Ethnic differences in the initiation and duration of breast feeding--results from the born in Bradford Birth Cohort Study.
Testing the Latino paradox in Latin America: A population-based study of Intra-regional immigrants in Chile
Testing the Latino paradox in Latin America=> a population-based study of Intra-regional immigrants in Chile.
The link between information and communication technologies and global public health: pushing forward.
The link between information and communication technologies and global public health=> pushing forward.
[Education and its relationship to income and health=> A reflection on inequality in Chile]
[Towards a new framework for health research in Chile=> a proposal].
Comparing Sociodemographic Factors Associated with Disability Between Immigrants and the Chilean-Born: Are There Different Stories to Tell?
Comparing sociodemographic factors associated with disability between immigrants and the Chilean-born=> are there different stories to tell?
Immigrant health workers in Chile: Is there a Latin American "brain drain"?
Immigrant health workers in Chile=> is there a Latin American "brain drain"?
Immigration of health workers to Chile=> Reshaping the brain-drain phenomenon in Latin America.
Peer Group Intervention for HIV Prevention Among Health Workers in Chile
Redistributing health through public health interventions in Latin America=> fair to whom and fair how?
Redistributing health through public health policies in Latin America=> fair to whom and fair how?
The characteristics of mobile families with young children in England and the impact of their moves on neighbourhood inequalities in maternal and child health
The characteristics of mobile families with young children in England and the impact of their moves on neighbourhood inequalities in maternal and child health.
The power of chameleonic ideas in the policy decision-making process, The case of the “students’ revolution” in Chile.
The power of chameleonic ideas in the policy decision-making process: the case of the 'students' revolution' in Chile
Towards a "participatory" democracy in Chile, Reflections on the current students’ pacific revolutionary movement
Understanding differences in access and use of healthcare between international immigrants and the Chilean-born. A repeated cross-sectional population-based study in Chile.
Understanding differences in access and use of healthcare between international immigrants to Chile and the Chilean-born: a repeated cross-sectional population-based study in Chile
Understanding differences in access and use of healthcare between international immigrants to Chile and the Chilean-born=> a repeated cross-sectional population-based study in Chile.
What are the living conditions and health status of those who don't report their migration status? a population-based study in Chile
What are the living conditions and health status of those who don't report their migration status? A population-based study in Chile.
What is the health status of those who don’t report their migration status? A population-based study in Chile
"Evaluation of the first training on clinical research methodology in Chile Evaluación del primer ""entrenamiento en metodología de investigación clínica en Chile"""
[Effectiveness of an educational program about the Chilean AIDS law in primary care health workers].
[Evaluation of the first training on clinical research methodology in Chile].
[How has social status been measured in health research? A review of the international literature].
[How to deal with increased individual risk behaviors in Chile?]
[How to face the increased prevalence of individual health-risk behaviours in Chile?].
[How to measure social position in health research? A review of international literature]
[National Agency for Medicaments (ANAMED, Chile)=> an opportunity not to be missed].
[Translational research and its contribution to the decision making process in health policies].
A CALL FOR A BROADER FRAMEWORK FOR HEALTH RESEARCH IN CHILE
A call for a broader framework for health research in Chile.
Effectiveness of an educational program about the Chilean AIDS law in primary care health workers
Eficacia de una intervención educativa sobre conocimientos de ley chilena de SIDA en trabajadores de salud primaria
Evaluation of the first training on clinical research methodology in Chile
How has social status been measured in health research? A review of the international literature ¿cómo se ha medido la posición social en investigación en salud? Una revisión de la literatura internacional
How to face the increased prevalence of individual health-risk behaviours in Chile? ¿como enfrentar el aumento de conductas individuales de riesgo para la salud en Chile?
Intimate Partner Violence and HIV Risk Behaviors Among Socially Disadvantaged Chilean Women
Intimate partner violence and HIV risk behaviors among socially disadvantaged Chilean women.
National Agency for Medicaments (ANAMED, Chile): An opportunity not to be missed
National Agency for Medicaments (ANAMED, Chile): An opportunity not to be missed Agencia nacional de medicamentos (ANAMED): Una oportunidad para ser aprovechada
Shared decision making in Chile=> supportive policies and research initiatives.
Socioeconomic position as a determinant of disability in Chile
Translational research and its contribution to the decision making process in health policies La Investigación Traslacional y Su Aporte Para la Toma de Decisiones en Políticas de Salud
Acceso a diagnóstico y tratamiento para depresión según posición social en países seleccionados de Latinoamérica.
First 'training in clinical research methodologies in Chile' (EMIC-Chile). Psychoeducational foundations Primer 'entrenamiento en metodologías de investigacio ?n clínica en Chile' (EMIC-Chile). fundamentos psicoeducativos
Political will and scientific evidence in the UK: Long-term friendship or temporary dialogue?
The relationship between knowledge of HIV, self-perceived vulnerability and sexual risk behavior among community clinic workers in Chile [Relación entre conocimientos sobre VIH, percepción de vulnerabilidad y conductas sexuales de riesgo en trabajadores de salud primaria en Chile]
The relationship between knowledge of HIV, self-perceived vulnerability and sexual risk behavior among community clinic workers in Chile Relación entre conocimientos sobre VIH, percepción de vulnerabilidad y conductas sexuales de riesgo en trabajadores de salud primaria en Chile
The relationship between knowledge of HIV, self-perceived vulnerability and sexual risk behavior among community clinic workers in Chile.
Observed Use of Standard Precautions in Chilean Community Clinics
Self-perception of health in Latin America
[How to implement Chile's new anti-tobacco law within the university].
[Universities and health promotion=> how can the two come together?].
HIV issues and Mapuches in Chile
How to implement Chile's new anti-tobacco law within the university
How to implement Chile's new anti-tobacco law within the university Cómo implementar la nueva ley chilena antitabaco al interior de la universidad
Universities and health promotion: how can the two come together?
Universities and health promotion: How can the two come together? Universidades y promoción de la salud: Iquest;cómo alcanzar el punto de encuentro?
Chilean university students: Knowledge and concern about HIV/AIDS
Climacteric and postmenopause: Educative aspects to consider according to the stage of the period Climaterio y postmenopausia: Aspectos educativos a considerar segun la etapa del periodo
[A glossary for health care promoting universities (an HPU glossary)].
[Challenges in primary health care for international migrants=> The case of Chile].
Chilean university students=> knowledge and concern about HIV/AIDS.
HIV Issues and Mapuches in Chile.
Mano a Mano for health professions students in Chile=> a pilot HIV prevention program.
Observed use of standard precautions in Chilean community clinics.
Peer group intervention for HIV prevention among health workers in Chile.
Salud de migrantes internacionales en situación irregular: una revisión narrativa de iniciativas
Stories From the Field=> The Use of Information and Communication Technologies to Address the Health Needs of Underserved Populations in Latin America and the Caribbean.

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IS SPATIAL SEGREGATION BY INCOME ASSOCIATED WITH SELF-REPORTED DISABILITY IN CHILE? EXPLORATORY ANALYSIS USING A POPULATION-BASED SURVEY
SOCIAL AND HEALTH VULNERABILITY OF INTERNATIONAL IMMIGRANTS IN CHILE: PRELIMINARY FINDINGS FROM A SPATIAL ANALYSIS USING 2002-2012 CENSUS DATA
THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DISABILITY AND MIGRATION STATUS IN CHILE: PRELIMINARY ANALYSIS FROM REPEATED CROSS-SECTIONAL SURVEY
IS MIGRATION STATUS A RISK FACTOR FOR ASTHMA AND ALLERGIES? PRELIMINARY FINDINGS FROM A SYSTEMATIC REVIEW
UNDER-DIAGNOSIS OF TYPE II DIABETES AMONG CHILEAN ADULT MEN: AN URGENT EQUITY ISSUE
EXPLORING GENDER DIFFERENCES IN POPULATION-BASED PREVALENCES OF CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASES IN CHILE AFTER THE HEALTH CARE REFORM OF 2005
EXPLORING INCOME INEQUALITY IN SELF-REPORTED HEALTH STATUS IN CHILE AFTER THE HEALTH CARE REFORM OF 2005
INEQUALITY IN HEALTH RELATIVE TO ENTRY IN CHILE: DECOMPOSITION ANALYSIS OF THE CONCENTRATION INDEX IN HYPERTENSION, DIABETES AND DEPRESSION
DISENTANGLING THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN DISABILITY, SOCIOECONOMIC STATUS AND SOCIAL CAPITAL IN CHILE: A POPULATION-BASED STUDY
EXPLORING THE HEALTH AND LIVING STANDARDS OF THOSE WHO DON'T REPORT THEIR MIGRATION STATUS IN A POPULATION-BASED SURVEY: THE CASE OF CHILE
PROMOTION OF CIGARETTES AMONG CHILEAN MAGAZINES FOR FEMALES: WHAT ARE THE MESSAGES ABOUT SMOKING?
GUIDELINES FOR A HEALTH RESEARCH POLICY IN CHILE: AGREEMENTS OF THE TECHNICAL COMMITTEE OF HEALTH RESEARCH FOR THE NATIONAL HEALTH PLAN 2011-2020
SOCIAL DETERMINANTS OF DISABILITY AMONG THE IMMIGRANT POPULATION IN CHILE

BookSection (1)

A Brief History and Analysis of Health Promotion.

BookWhole (3)

Encuentros interculturales en salud. Testimonios de migrantes internacionales y equipos de salud.
La migracion internacional como determinante social de la salud en Chile
Vulnerabilidad social y su efecto en salud en Chile

EditorialMaterial (1)

The Link Between Information and Communication Technologies and Global Public Health: Pushing Forward

Letter (17)

Health for all migrants in Latin America and the Caribbean
The urgency of a sociocultural approach to adolescent men's health risk behaviours
International prevalence rates of asthma and allergy are associated with income inequality
Latent variable theory in research in health topics
Translational research in Health topics: A road for pragmatic and interdisciplinary research
Solidarity fund for medicaments: does it represent a good use of health resources?
Young leaders in public health in Latin America and the Caribbean: insights from the eSAC Project
Complexity theory, how has it been applied in health research?
Learning to look under the water: the evaluation process in health research
Observando bajo el agua: la evaluación de proceso en investigación en salud
Teoría de complejidad, ¿Cómo se ha incorporado en la investigación en salud?
Hacia un nuevo marco conceptual de investigación en salud en Chile: una propuesta
Redistributing health through public health policies in Latin America: Fair to whom and fair how?
Towards a new framework for health research in Chile: a proposal
Agencia nacional de medicamentos (ANAMED): una oportunidad para ser aprovechada
How to face the increased prevalence of individual health-risk behaviours in Chile?
¿Como enfrentar el aumento de conductas individuales de riesgo para la salud en Chile?

Proyecto (23)

Incremento ponderal gestacional excesivo=> análisis de tendencia y geo-espacial en una década (2009-2018) para el diseño de orientaciones técnicas en gestantes de la conurbación temuco-padre las casas.
Effects of the perception of discrimination and unfair treatment in obesity and metabolic syndrome=> Psychological and physiological mechanisms in a longitudinal study
Assessment of the pilot intervention “The health of migrants´ pilot programme”.
Developing public policy recommendations for non-oncologic pain in Chile
Participation of patient groups/associations in decisional making process in Chile=> opportunities and challenges.
A manual on translational research for undergraduate students from health sciences at UDD=> a participation-action project.
Effective access to healthcare, multidimensional poverty and self-reported health status in adult population in Chile=> a path analysis.
Knowledge and attitudes towards natural disasters among international immigrants in Chile=> the case of the fire in Valparaiso 2015.
Social vulnerability and its effect in population heath in Chile=> a participation-action study.
Cost-consequence analysis of weight excess in Chile.
[Congenital anomalies and developmental disorders=> evaluation of cost-effectiveness of new diagnostic tools]
Developing public health intelligence in primary care for international immigrants in Chile=> A multi-methods study
Information and communication technologies for health equity beyond clinical settings=> lessons from selected interventions in Latin America and the Caribbean
Mapping eHealth strategies in Chile
Income distribution and its relationship to various health problems in the adult population in Chile from 2009 National Survey
Verification of Average Expected Cost per Individual Beneficiary, Joint Prioritized Health Problems with Explicit Guarantees, Chilean Ministry of Health– 2012.
MedALL project=> Mechanisms of the Development of ALLergy
The eSAC project=> The Public eHealth Innovation and Equity In Latin America and the Caribbean
NCDP programme global priority-setting exercise in the field of non-communicable diseases in low and middle income countries
Future health professionals=> Strengthening their knowledge, attitudes and behaviors against HIV/AIDS.
Born In Bradford Cohort study
Mobilizing Health Workers for Community HIV Prevention in Chile.
Testing an intervention in HIV prevention for women in Chile.

Review (5)

A systematic review of socioeconomic position in relation to asthma and allergic diseases
GLOSSARY OF ACCESS TO HEALTH CARE AND RELATED CONCEPTS FOR LOW- AND MIDDLE-INCOME COUNTRIES (LMICs): A CRITICAL REVIEW OF INTERNATIONAL LITERATURE
A systematic review of the relationships between social capital and socioeconomic inequalities in health: a contribution to understanding the psychosocial pathway of health inequalities
How you measure social position in health research? A review of international literature
Shared decision making in Chile: Supportive policies and research initiatives
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Báltica Cabieses

Professor

Medicine

Universidad del Desarrollo

Santiago, Chile

20
Manuel Espinoza

Profesor Asociado

Salud Pública

PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA DE CHILE

Santiago, Chile

16
Margarita Bernales

Profesor Asistente

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

Santiago, Chile

7
Pedro Zitko

Jefe de Unidad

Dirección

Hospital Barros Luco Trudeau

Santiago, Chile

6
Lisette Irarrazabal

Profesor Asistente

Salud del Adulto y Senescente

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

Santiago, Chile

6
Alejandra Araya

Profesor Investigador

Enfermeria

Universidad Andrés Bello

Santiago, Chile

5
Alexandra Obach

Academic

Faculty of Medicine

Universidad del Desarrollo

Santiago de Chile, Chile

2
Victor Pedrero

Profesor Investigador

Enfermería

Universidad Andrés Bello

santiago, Chile

2
Orozimba Delgado

Profesor Asociado

Facultad de Medicina Clinica Alemana Universidad del Desarrollo

UNIVERSIDAD DEL DESARROLLO

Santiago, Chile

2
Guillermo Paraje

Profesor Titular

Escuela de Negocios

UNIVERSIDAD ADOLFO IBÁÑEZ

Santiago, Chile

2
Paula Repetto

Associate Professor

ESCUELA DE PSICOLOGIA, P. UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA DE CHILE

Santiago, Chile

1
AIXA CONTRERAS

Directora

Centro estudio clínicos CARDIOCOB

Santiago, Chile

1
Macarena Valdes

Académica

Escuela de Salud Pública

Universidad de Chile

Santiago, Chile

1
Paulina Bravo

Profesor Asociado Ordinario - Escuela de Enfermería

PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATOLICA DE CHILE

Santiago, Chile

1
Solange Campos

Profesor Asociado

Salud del Niño y Adolescente

Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile

Santiago, Chile

1
Paz Chepo

PROFESOR INVESTIGADOR

FACULTAD DE ENFERMERÓA

Universidad Andrés Bello

SANTIAGO, Chile

1
Mauricio Apablaza

Research Director

Gobierno

Universidad del Desarrollo

Santiago, Chile

1
Payam Dadvand

Associate Research Professor

Programa en Contaminación Atmosférica y Entorno Urbano

Instituto de Salud Global de Barcelona

Barcelona, España

1
Ximena Aguilera

Full Professor; Director Centro de Epidemiología y Políticas de Salud /Center of Epidemiology and Health Policy

Centro de Epidemiología y Políticas de Salud (CEPS)/ Center of Epidemiology and Health Policy/Centro de Epidemiología y Políticas de Salud (CEPS)

Universidad del Desarrollo

Santiago, Chile

1
María Matute

Regular Research Associate Professor

Centro de Epidemiologia y Politicas de Salud

Universidad del Desarrollo

Santiago, Chile

1
CLAUDIA BAMBS

PROFESORA ASOCIADA

SALUD PÚBLICA

PONTIFICIA UNIVERSIDAD CATÓLICA DE CHILE

Santiago, Chile

1
Carla Castillo

Assistant Professor

Centro de Epidemiología y Políticas de Salud / Center of Epidemiology and Health Policy

Universidad del Desarrollo

Santiago, Chile