Coordinador

Dr. Bonaventura Bolíbar

Foto BBLicenciado en Medicina y Cirugía y especialista en Medicina Preventiva y Salud Pública. Obtuvo el Master in Public Health por la School of Public Health de la University of Michigan en 1986 disfrutando de una beca Fulbright del Ministerio de Sanidad y el Master en Liderazgo y Gestión de la Ciencia por la Universidad Pompeu Fabra en 2010. 

Inició su carrera laboral como responsable de la Unidad de Promoción de la Salud del Ayuntamiento de Santa Coloma, después como director del centro piloto Ciutat Badia del Instituto Catalán de la Salud, como responsable de la Unidad de Estadística Asistencial del Área Centro del Instituto Catalán de la Salud y como responsable de la Unidad de Sistemas de Información Sanitaria de la Región Centro del Servicio Catalán de la Salud. Desde el año 1998 trabaja en el IDIAP Jordi Gol como director científico. Ya antes había formado parte de la Unidad de Investigación del Área Centro que estuvo acreditada por la REUNI del Instituto de Salud Carlos III.

Su investigación se ha centrado en el área de investigación en servicios a la Atención Primaria con varias líneas: Evaluación de programas y servicios sanitarios; utilizacion de recursos y Servicios; variaciones de la práctica clínica especialmente en el campo de la realización de actividades preventivas; diseño y evaluación de sistemas de información, clasificaciones de problemas de salud, validación de sistemas de case-mix para la Atención Primaria y creación de grandes bases de datos de apoyo a la investigación (REGIPREV y SIDIAP) .

Ha participado en múltiples proyectos nacionales y europeos como investigador principal y como investigador colaborador. Y también ha participado en numerosos artículos publicados en revistas indexadas, libros y otros documentos.

 

Es el máximo responsable de la Red. Sus funciones son:

  • Dirigir y gestionar de manera operativa y armónica la Red
  • Seguir los acuerdos del Comité de Dirección
  • Represntar la Red
  • Impulsar relaciones externas beneficiosas para la Red

External Advisory Committee

CCE P1010020Composed of 3 international professionals with broad  research experience and recognized prestige in primary care medicine. Their principal functions are:

  • To provide support to the research groups
  • To assist and evaluate the scientific quality of the network, taking into account the European quality standards

Current members are:

  • Mike Pringle
  • Irwin Nazareth
  • Paul van Royen

  • CCE MikePringle

    Mike Pringle

    Professor Pringle was a GP on the Nottinghamshire-Linconshire border for over 30 years. He is emeritus Professor of General Practice in the University of Nottingham and was RCGP Medical Lead for Revalidation and Chair of Trustee Board in the RCGP. Professor Pringle was also Chair of RCGP Council 1998-2001; and is an ex-member of the General Medical Council; and ex-member of the Council of the Medical Defence Union. He has successfully undertaken RCGP Fellowship by Assessment and his practice continues to be at the leading edge of primary care developments. Professor Pringle was awarded a CBE for Services to Medicine in 2001. In November 2012, he took up the presidency of the Royal College of General Practitioners (RCGP).

  • CCE IrwinNazareth

    Irwin Nazareth

    Director of MRC-General Practice Research Framework, Head of research Department of Primary Care and Population Health, University College of London, Director of Primary Clinical Trials (UKLRL fully registered). Professor Nazareth has demostrated how a GP can both a clinician and a researcher. He still works as a part-time GP, as well as an academic. He is an excellent supervisor and is keen to develop researchers.

  • CCE PaulVanRoyen

    Paul van Royen

    University of Antwerp. Head of department of Primary and Interdisciplinary Care; Head of the GP/Family Medicine research groups. He was president of the European General Practice Research Network (EGPRN). Expertise on qualitative research. Topics of research: diagnosis reasoning, educational research, respiratory tract infectious, sexual health and STD, and diabetes.

  • Mike Pringle Mike Pringle
  • Irwin Nazareth Irwin Nazareth
  • Paul van Royen Paul van Royen

 

Executive Committee

JGobierno P1010022This is the executive arm of the Steering Committee and supports the General Coordinator.
It includes the coordinator for each WP and the General Coordinator. They will distribute amongst themselves the various tasks associated with coordination of the network. This must ensure good communication and coordination between the different WP teams to achieve better transversality between them and support networking among the groups.
The Executive Committee will meet at least 4 times each year

 

Their members are:

  • Dr. Bonaventura Bolíbar
  • Dr. Luis García Ortiz
  • Dr. Rafael Ramos
  • Dr. Joan Llobera
  • Dr. Juan Bellón
  • Dr. Javier García Campayo

 

 


Steering Committee

P1050956This is the top level of the network organization. It consists of the principal investigators for each group and the redIAPP General Coordinator.

The principal function is to ensure the proper development of the research programme, correct exeecution of the network and the promotion of research that is of high quality and maximun scientific, social and public health relevance.

The Steering Committee will meet in person at least twice each year.

 

Techincal Secretariat

Anna Moleras

AnnaPsychologist and pedagogue, she has also been trained in project management and epidemiology participating in some courses. She has been working in healthcare since 1999. She worked two years in a primary care center and then in a clinical laboratory where she was director assistant. In 2006 started to work in the IDIAP Jordi Gol. Since then she is in charge of the Technical Secretariat of redIAPP.

 

The principal function of the Techical Secretariat is to support the coordinator tasks. The Technical Secretary will have the following primary tasks:

  • Support the organization and Coordinator of the redIAPP work packages.
  • Plan and schedule all of the meetings for the various network units, record minutes, and follow up on the decisions taken.
  • Develop and maintain the internal functions of the network and prepare general documents about network functions (authorship, project evaluation, private sector agreements, etc.).
  • Plan and coordinate the Training Plan. Organization of the network’s annual conference.
  • Monitor the programme indicators for research and training outcomes, as well as for each of the different groups.
  • Prepare the annual reports.
  • Maintain the Network Communication Plan, which includes web maintenance (www.rediapp.org) and the integrated management application (GIR). Of special note are the following tasks:
    • Maintain the network membership roster, monitor the platforms, keep a registry of projects undertaken by network members (with information about protocols, documentation, investigators, publications, etc.), information about the various WPs, activities, calls, and records of the various meetings of network committees.
    • Facilitate communication between the various groups, disseminating information via e-mail and producing a periodic newsletter (at least each trimester)
    • Communicate network activities and results to specialized and general audiences through the appropriate communications media.
  • Help to coordinate the clinical trial (WP6), in which all of the network groups will participate.
  • Manage the budget for coordination and training.

 

 

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