Next Session synergies IDIVAL groups

13 de January de 2023

The first session of the third edition of the “IDIVAL Group Synergies” dissemination programme will be held on 18 January.  The main objective of this cycle of sessions is to improve knowledge of the activities and priority research lines of the groups, which favour the creation of synergies for new alliances in collaborative work.

In this session Isabel Pérez Loza, a nurse at the HUMV critical cardiology unit, will talk about the adventure of participating in multicentre studies from the point of view of care, focusing on the participation of the critical cardiology unit in different multicentre studies.

Isabel Pérez Loza holds a Diploma in Nursing from the University School of Oviedo. She has subsequently pursued further training such as the University Master’s Degree in Health Care Research, Master’s Degree in Digital Health and Master’s Degree in Nursing Care Management and Leadership. She is also an expert in Heart Failure in Nursing.

Since 2005 she has been a nurse in different medical and surgical units at HUMV, working since 2014 in the Critical Cardiology unit.

She is a member of the IDIVAL nursing research group. She is principal investigator in Cantabria of three multicentre projects, the MOviPre project (Early mobilisation), the CHRONOHOSPI project (Circadian health in patients admitted to intensive care and hospitalisation units) and the project “H-ÍCARO Study (Humanisation in Intensive Care Units and its relationship with Work Engagement, Resilience and BurnOut in Spain).

She is also a contributor to the magazine #FanzinEnfermería and has several publications in the journal Enfermería en Cardiología and Enfermería Intensiva and has participated in different congresses with papers and posters.

Finally, she is a member of the scientific committee of the 5th, 6th, 7th, 8th, 9th and 10th Valdecilla Innovation and Development Conference, participates in different working groups, is a teacher and collaborator in the “Training course in critical care nursing” and has been responsible with VD (venia docendi) in the critical cardiology unit since 2020.

The session will start on the 18th of January at 14:00h and will last 45 minutes.

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