Presentation on "Participatory action research in health services networks: The experience of the Equity LA II project in Chile"
Next Tuesday, December 18, will take place at the School of Public Health of the University of Chile the presentation of the Participatory Action Research in Health Services Networks: The Experience of the Equity-LA II Project in Chile. Dr. Verónica Iglesias Alamos, director of the School of Public Health at the University of Chile, and Pamela Eguiguren Bravo, researcher responsible for the Equity-LA II study in Chile are in charge of this presentation.
The Project "Impact of care integration strategies on the performance of health service networks in different health systems in Latin America" is a multi-center study developed in 6 Latin American countries (Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Uruguay) under the Participatory Action Research approach, with the objective of "evaluating the effectiveness of different care integration strategies in improving the coordination and quality of care of health service networks in Latin America". This project has been developed since 2013 and is funded by the FP7 framework programme of the European Commission.