I have two lovely daughters and a beautiful wife, with whom I share each second of my life... I studied statistics and now I train health professionals at the Andalusian School of Public Health in Granada, Spain. I have worked mainly in developing, managing and analyzing health surveys of the general population, hospitals and schools. Recently I have worked in the amazing world of knowledge management and information technologies; firstly in the Andalusian Childhood Observatory and now in OPIMEC. A recent publication in which 2.0 Web tools and theOPIMEC Community were used, is the collaborative edition of the book called ‘When people live with multiple chronic diseases: a collaborative approach to an emerging global challenge’. I hope and believe that OPIMEC, through examples like the previously mentioned publication, will help to improve the quality of care of people with multiple chronic diseases.
Escuela Andaluza de Salud Pública (EASP), Consejería de Salud, Junta de Andalucía
Epidemiología | Prevención y promoción de la salud | Genomics, robotics, informatics & nanotechnology (GRIN)