Academic at the Dr. Salvador Allende G. School of Public Health (UChile). She teaches qualitative research and Participatory Action Research (PAR) methodologies, in which she has extensive experience. Her areas of expertise include health services research, sexual and reproductive health and gender inequalities.
She is an associate professor at the Dr. Salvador Allende G. School of Public Health. Her research experience has been developed in the fields of health systems, with a focus on indigenous populations; ethnic analysis in health; surveys and scale development in complex chronic health conditions; mental health and qualitative research methodologies.
Specialist in Family Medicine, Master in Public Health and Health Administration. He is a professor at the Dr. Salvador Allende G. School of Public Health. He has extensive experience in primary health care services, and currently works at the Centro de Salud Las Mercedes (Servicio de Salud Metropolitano Central). His areas of research are human resources in health, training of primary health care professionals, primary health care and public policy.
Deputy Medical Director of Institutional Development at the National Cancer Institute (NCI), a position in which she directs areas of research, training and strategic development at the NCI. Collaborator in working groups for the development of the National Cancer Plan 2018-2028 and from the NCI for the implementation of the National Cancer Registry. Her research interests include health services research, health information systems and cancer care services.
Her research has been linked to the epidemiology of chronic non-communicable diseases. She is the Chilean coordinator of the PRECAMA project, a multicentre population-based case-control study on the aetiology of premenopausal breast cancer, funded by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC).
Since 2014 he is in charge of the Fellow of Diagnostic and Therapeutic Endoscopy of the Universidad del Desarrollo at the National Cancer Institute. He is a member of the Chilean Society of Gastroenterology and the Chilean Association of Digestive Endoscopy.
She has participated in the development of PRA processes; her interest is the generation of evidence through collective processes.
Social Anthropologist. Master in Public Health Universidad de Chile. Extensive experience in health research. Her interests include health systems, qualitative research methodologies, sexual and reproductive health, gender and abortion.