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Group Group 10

Group 10

COMUNIDAD AUTÓNOMA

Comunidad Foral de Navarra

Nodo: Navarra

CENTER:

Fundación Miguel Servet

MAIN RESEARCHER:

Berta Ibáñez Beroiz

GROUP CODE:

RD12/0001/0013

CONTACT ADDRESS:

berta.ibanez.beroiz@navarra.es

Name: Grupo 10-Navarra
Address:  NavarraBIOMED-Fundación Miguel Servet; Recinto Hospitalario de Navarra, C/Irunlarrea s/n Pamplona, CP 31621.
E-mail: berta.ibanez.beroiz@navarra.es;  848 428393

Description: The group, led by Berta Ibáñez (PhD), is made up of eight investigators from complementary disciplines: biostatistics, epidemiology and public health, and evaluation and management of health services. They conduct studies on incidence and aetiology of prevalent diseases, patient safety, pharmacoepidemiology, variation in medical practice and disease mapping. Presently, one of their main research interests is to conduct population-based follow-up studies on chronic patients, using integrated clinical administrative datasets and electronic medical records, including those of Primary Care. They take part in different national and international initiatives, such as MEDEA (geographic, sociodemographic and environmental inequalities in health, www.proyectomedea.org), Atlas VPM (Variation in Medical Practice-National Health System, www.atlasvpm.org), Kronikgune (kronikgune.org) and  EPIC-Hearth  (http://www.epiccvd.eu/project/epic-heart.html).

Research lines
 Monitoring chronic patients, assessment of chronic patient's care, and variation in medical practice from electronic clinical records
 Geographic, socio-demographic and environmental variation in health
 Cardiovascular diseases, risk factors, lifestyle and self-management
 Patients' Safety & Health Care Quality Assessment
 Farmacoepidemiology

Three major projects
 Study on lifestyles, risk factors, therapeutic Management and prognosis of patients alter hospital discharge with myocardial infarction from 2000 to 2010 in Navarra. ISCIII-PI12/02991
 Implementation of a surgical safety checklist: evaluation of its impact in the morbid-mortality rate and professional perception of its usefulness. ISCIII-PI10/02027
 Evolution of geographic, sociodemographic, and environmental inequalities in mortality for small areas. ISCIII- PI08/1058.

Three papers

 Ibáñez B, Librero J, Peiró S, et al. Shared component modelling as an alternative to assess geographical variations in medical practice: gender inequalities in hospital admissions for chronic diseases. BMC Med Res Meth 2011 (FI = 2.15)
 Cambra K, Martínez-Rueda T, Alonso-Fustel E, Cirarda FB, Audicana C, Esnaola S,  Ibáñez B. Association of proximity to polluting industries, deprivation and mortality in small areas. Eur J Public Health. 2013 Feb;23(1):171-6. (IF= 2.27).
 Martínez Velilla N, Ibañez B, Cambra K, Alonso-Renedo J. Red blood cell distribution width, multimorbidity, and the risk of death in hospitalized older patients. Age (Dordr). 2012 Jun;34(3):717-23. (IF: 3.95)

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