The 8th March we will have the presentations of Javier Isaac Lera Torres and Rebeca Abajas Bustillo, within the Progress Reports Valdecilla programme. The session will be held in the Innovation and User Experience Laboratory – Linnux at 14:00 hours, and will be broadcast live on the Zoom platform.
HEALTH TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT (HTA) FROM A HEALTH ECONOMICS PERSPECTIVE
SPEAKER: Javier Isaac Lera Torres
Javier Isaac Lera Torres holds a PhD in Economic Analysis Instruments from the University of Cantabria, University of Oviedo and University of the Basque Country since January 2021. His thesis, supervised by Dr David Cantarero Prieto and Dr Marta Pascual Sáez, dealt with the socioeconomic determinants of health use as well as the barriers to access and the social and economic return of health services. He is a member of IDIVAL’s R&D&I group on Health Economics and Health Services Management. He is currently a postdoctoral researcher in the framework of the H2020 TIMELY Project on artificial intelligence applied to prevention in coronary artery disease where his main work is Health Technology Assessment.
IMPLEMENTATION OF AN OUT-OF-HOSPITAL REGISTRY OF SEVERE TRAUMA CARE: EXTRAGE CANTABRIA PROJECT
SPEAKER: Rebeca Abajas Bustillo
Rebeca Abajas holds a degree in Nursing from the University of Cantabria, a master’s degree in research in care and an expert qualification in emergency nursing. In 2016, she completed her doctoral studies, obtaining an outstanding Cum Laude.
Dr. Abajas has directed several end-of-degree projects and doctoral theses and has participated in numerous conferences in Spain and abroad. She is currently PI in the NEXT-VAL R+D+i project “Epidemiology, characteristics of care and survival of severe trauma attended by the 061 Cantabria out-of-hospital emergency service (EXTRAGE project)” and works as an emergency nurse and associate lecturer LOU at the University of Cantabria.
The session will be held in a hybrid format, in person at the Linnux laboratory (free entrance until full capacity is reached) and online through the Zoom platform. To attend the virtual session, it is necessary to register through the following access link:
The session will start at 14:00h. Each speaker’s talk will last about 20 minutes, followed by a short debate and agape.
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