IMG_2691

Báltica Cabieses

Coordinadora general

Proyectos de investigación activos

Principal investigator (PI)

  • Developing public health intelligence in primary care for international immigrants in Chile: A multi-methods study. Fondecyt Chile N° 11130042. University of York, Bradford Institute for Health Research. Duración: 2013-2017.

Co-investigator (Co-I)

  • Congenital anomalies and developmental disorders: evaluation of cost-effectiveness of new diagnostic tools]. Fonis Chile. Duración: 2013-2015
  • Information and communication technologies for health equity beyond clinical settings: lessons from selected interventions in Latin America and the Caribbean. IDRC . Duración: 2013-2014

Associate researcher

  • The eSAC project: The Public eHealth Innovation and Equity In Latin America and the Caribbean. University of Toronto. Collaborators: Pan-American Health Organization, International Development Research Centre (IDRC) in Canada. Duración: 2011-2013.
  • Born In Bradford Cohort study. The British government via various grant funders. Collaborators: Multiple research teams all over Europe and in the UK. Duration: 2004 and ongoing (cohort study, ongoing governmental and EU financial support.
  • MedALL project: Mechanisms of the Development of ALLergy. Collaborative Project (Large-scale integrating research project including 21 different research centres all over Europe). Coordinators in Paris, France: Jean Bousquet and Josep M. Antó. Collaborators: Multiple research teams all over Europe. Duration: 2011-2016.

Proyectos de investigación finalizados

Principal investigator (PI)

  • Mapping eHealth strategies in Chile. Pan American Health Organization. Collaborators: OPS Chile, OPS Argentina, MINSAL. Duration: 2013 (5 months).
  • Income distribution and its relationship to various health problems in the adult population in Chile from 2009 National Survey. Universidad del Desarrollo, Chile. Collaborators: University of York, Centre for Health Economics, Hospital Barros Luco Unidad de Estudios. Duration: 2012.

Co-investigator (Co-I)

  • First national training programme in health economics in Chile. FONIS, National Fund for Health Research in Chile. Duration:2010-2011.
  • First national training programme in clinical health research in Chile. FONIS, National Fund for Health Research in Chile. Duration: 2008-2009.
  • Mobilizing Health Workers for Community HIV Prevention in Chile. National Institute of Health, USA (NIH) Grant R03 TW006980-01. Duration: 2004-2007.
  • Health Professionals: Media communication pathways preferred to seek continuing education programmes. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Dirección de Extensión Escuela de Enfermería UC. Duration: 2004-2005.
  • Nursing Undergraduates 2005- 2006: Preferred media pathways and motivations to apply for the UC Nursing career. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile. Dirección de Extensión Escuela de Enfermería UC. Duration: 2004-2005.

Associate researcher

  • IDRC in Canada: NCDP programme global priority-setting exercise in the field of non-communicable diseases in low and middle income countries. International Development Research Centre. Collaborators: Experts all over the world. Duration: 2010-2013.
  • Verification of Average Expected Cost per Individual Beneficiary, Joint Prioritized Health Problems with Explicit Guarantees, Chilean Ministry of Health– 2012. Collaborators: independent researchers. Duration: 2012 (5 months).
  • Testing an intervention in HIV prevention for women in Chile. National Institute of Health, USA (NIH) Grant RO1 TW-03-006. Duration: 2004-2009 (5 years).
  • Future health professionals: Strengthening their knowledge, attitudes and behaviors against HIV/AIDS. Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile, DIPUC 2005/27Ce. Duration: 2005-2006.

Publicaciones seleccionadas

E. publications and editorial experience

  • Refereed contributions in ISI journals [ISI Web of Science and Scopus] / For full display of references use key words: [“Cabieses B” OR “Cabieses V B” OR “Cabieses-Valdes”]
  • Cabieses B, Bernales M, Van Der Laat C. (2016) Mental health of migrants in low-skilled work in Latin America and the Caribbean. The Lancet Psychiatry. 3(5):402.
  • Bernales M, Cabieses B, Macdonald J. (2016). The urgency of a socio-cultural approach to adolescent men´s health risk behaviours. The Lancet. 387: 1815.
  • Vasquez A & Cabieses B (2016) Where are vulnerable immigrants located in Chile? A spatial analysis of Census data using an Index of Multiple Deprivation from the last three decades (1992-2012) Plos One 12;11(1):e0146047.
  • McEachan R, Prady S, Smith GR, Fairley L, Cabieses B, Gildow C, Wright J, Dadvand P, Nieuwenhuijsen M. (2016). The association between green space and depressive symptoms in pregnant women: moderating roles of socio-economic status and physical activity Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health pii: jech-2015-205954.
  • Cabieses B, Cookson R, Espinoza M, Santorelli G, Delgado I (2015). Did socioeconomic inequality in self-reported health in Chile fall after the equity-based healthcare reform of 2005? A concentration index decomposition analysis” Plos One Sep 29;10(9):e0138227.
  • Pedrero V, Cabieses B, Bernales M. [Latent variable theory in research in health topics]. Rev Med Chil. 2015 Jun;143(6):814-5.
  • Ferrer L, Bernales M, Cianelli R, Cabieses B, Triviño X, Reed R, Irarrázabal L, Peragallo N, Norr K. (2015). Mano a Mano for Health Professions Students in Chile: A Pilot HIV Prevention Program. J Assoc Nurses AIDS Care. Jun 26. pii: S1055-3290(15)00123-5.
  • Mason-Jones A, Cabieses B. (2015). Alcohol, binge drinking and associated mental health problems in young urban chileans. Plos One. 1;10(4):e0121116.
  • Farach N, Faba G, Julian S, Mejía F, Cabieses B, Cortinois A (2015). Stories from the field: the use of ICT to address public health inequalities in Latin America and the Caribbean. Journal of Medical Internet Research (JMIR) Public Health and Surveillance. 1(1):e1.
  • Uphoff EP, Cabieses B, Pickett KE, Wright J. (2015). International variations in prevalence rates of asthma and allergy are associated with income inequality, not average incomes. J Allergy Clin Immunol. pii: S0091-6749(15)00181-5.
  • Dressler C, Cabieses B (2015) Exploring gender differences in the prevalence of cardiovascular and cerebrovascular disease in Chile: A population-based study. International Journal of Nursing.  3(2), 39-50.
  • Bernales M, Cabieses B, Obach A, Maturana A. (2015). Translational research in Health topics: A road for pragmatic and interdisciplinary research, Revista médica de Chile. 143(1).
  • Cabieses B, Tunstall H & Pickett KE. (2015). Understanding the socioeconomic status of international immigrants in Chile through hierarchical cluster analysis: a population-based study. International Migration; 53(2): 303-320.
  • Cabieses B, Faba G, et al (2014). Young leaders in public health in Latin America: testimonies from the eSAC project. Pan American J of Public Health. 36(4):279-80.
  • Uphoff E, Cabieses B, Valdes M, Pinart M, Anto JM, Wright J. (2014). A systematic review on socioeconomic position in relation to asthma and allergic diseases. European Respiratory Journal. ERJ-01145.
  • Cabieses, B., Fairley L, Uphoff E,  Santorelli G, Petherick E, Prady S, Croudace T, West J (2014). Variations in household typology and related family social capital among White British and Pakistani families in Bradford, England. Current Women health reviews. 10(1):1573-1579.
  • Cabieses B, Bird P. (2014) A glossary of access to healthcare in low and middle income countries. International Journal of Health Services. 44(4): 845–861.
  • Cabieses B, Uphoff E, Pinart M, Wright J, Anto J. (2014). A systematic review on the development of asthma and allergic diseases in relation to international immigration: the leading role of the environment confirmed. Plos One. 9(8): e105347.
  • Fairley L, Cabieses B, Small N, Petherick ES, Lawlor DA, Pickett KE, Wright J. (2014). Using latent class analysis to develop a model of the relationship between socioeconomic position and ethnicity: cross-sectional analyses from a multi-ethnic birth cohort study. BMC Public health. 14:835.
  • Cabieses, B. (2014). The complex relationship between socioeconomic status, migration and health: a discussion on current evidence. Value in health regional issues.  5, 1-6.
  • Espinoza MA, Cabieses B (2014) [Solidarity fund for medicaments: does it represent a good use of health resources?]Carta al editor Rev Med Chile 142: 398-399.
  • Santorelli G, Fairley L, Petherick ES, Cabieses B, Sahota P. (2014). Ethnic differences in infant feeding practices and body mass index at 3 years of age – results from the Born in Bradford birth cohort study. British Journal of Nursing. 11:1-7.
  • Cabieses, B., Waiblinger D, Santorelli, G, McEachan, RM (2014). What factors explain pregnant women’s feeding intentions after birth in Bradford, England: A multi-methods, multi-ethnic study. BMC Pregnancy and Birth. 14:50.
  • Espinoza MA, Cabieses B, Paraje G. (2014) La investigación en salud y la evaluación de tecnologías sanitarias en Chile. Rev Médica de Chile. 142(1): S39-S44.
  • Espinoza MA, Cabieses B (2014) Equidad en Salud y Evaluación de Tecnologías Sanitarias en Chile. Rev Medica de Chile. 142(1): S45-S49.
  • Cabieses B, Tunstall H & Pickett KE. (2013) Testing the Latino paradox in Latin America: A population-based study of Intra-regional immigrants in Chile. Revista Médica de Chile 141(10):1255-65.
  • Bravo P, Cabieses B, Muñoz M, Zuzulich MS, Rice M, et al. (2013) [Glossary for Health promotion in the University setting] Revista Salud Publica, Colombia. 15 (3): 393-405.
  • Cabieses B, Faba G, Espinoza M, Santorelli G (2013) ICTs in global public health issues: where is the plausible link? Telemed and health Journal 19(11):879-87.
  • Cabieses B. (2013) At the edge of individual cognitive-behavioural policies: how to walk the public health path to effectively improve population health? Revista Salud Publica Mexico 55(4):421-6.
  • Cabieses B, Tunstall H, Pickett K, Gideon J. (2013). Changing patterns of migration in Latin America: how can research develop intelligence for public health? Pan American Journal of Public Health 34(1): 68-74.
  • Cabieses B. [Complexity theory, how has it been applied in health research?] (2013). Carta al editor. Rev Medica de Chile. 141(11):1491-2.
  • Cabieses B. (2013). [Learning to look under the water: the evaluation process in health research]. Rev Médica de Chile. Carta al editor 141: 1231-1232
  • Uphoff EP, Pickett KE, Cabieses B, Wright, J. (2013) Reviewing the relationships between social capital and socioeconomic inequalities in health: A contribution to the psychosocial pathway of health inequalities. Int J equity in health care. 12:54.
  • Santorelli G, Petherick E, Waiblinger D, Cabieses B, Fairley L. (2013) Ethnic differences in the initiation and duration of breastfeeding – results from the Born in Bradford birth cohort study. Paediatric and Perinatal Epidemiology.  27: 388-392.
  • Espinoza M, Cabieses B (2013) Examining the Link between Equity-Centered Health Policies, Autonomy and Decision-Making Process in Low and Middle Income Countries. British Journal of Medicine and Medical Research 3(4): 1517-1529.
  • Cabieses B, Espinoza M (2012) Redistributing health through public health interventions in Latin America: fair to whom and fair how? Pan American Journal of Public Health 32(5):387-8.
  • Cabieses B, Pickett KE & Tunstall H. (2012) What is the health status of those who don’t report their migration status? A population-based study in Chile. BMC Public Health; 12(1):1013
  • Cabieses B, Pickett KE & Tunstall H. (2012) Comparing factors associated with disability between immigrants and the local population in Chile: are there different stories to tell? Int J Environ and Public Health Research; 9, 4403-4432.
  • Cabieses B, Tunstall H, Pickett KE, Gideon J. (2012) Understanding differences in access and use of healthcare between international immigrants and the Chilean-born. A repeated cross-sectional population-based study in Chile. Int J equity in health care, 11(1):68.
  • Bravo P & Cabieses B (2012). Towards a “participatory” democracy in Chile, Reflections on the current students’ pacific revolutionary movement. Creative Education. 1031-1033.
  • Anais MJ, Hojas AM, Bustos A, Letelier C, Zuzulich MS, Cabieses B. (2012) Motivational and cognitive learning strategies used by first-year Engineering undergraduate students at Universidad Católica in Chile. Creative Education. 811-817.
  • Cabieses Valdes BB (2012) [Education and its relationship to income and health: A reflection on inequality in Chile]. Revista Brasileira de Epidemiologia 15(3):685-7.
  • Cabieses B, Tunstall H. (2012) Immigration of health workers to Chile: Reshaping the brain-drain phenomenon in Latin America. Revista Panamericana de Salud Publica. 32(2):161–7.
  • Cabieses B, Espinoza M. (2012). The power of chameleonic ideas in the policy decision-making process, The case of the “students’ revolution” in Chile. Journal of Education for Teaching: International research and pedagogy, 38:4, 509-511.
  • Tunstall H, Albor C, Cabieses B, Shaw R. (2012). Selective migration of families with infants and young children and neighbourhood inequalities in health in England. Health and Place 18(3):657-70.
  • Cabieses B, Espinoza M (2012). [Towards a new conceptual framework for health research in Chile: A Proposal]. Revista Medica de Chile. 140(1):125-7.
  • Norr K, Ferrer L, Cianelli R, Crittenden K, Irarrazaval L, Cabieses B,  Araya A, Bernales M. (2012) Peer Group Intervention for HIV Prevention among Health Workers in Chile. Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS care; 23(1):73-86.
  • Cabieses B, Rice M, Muñoz M & Zuzulich MS. (2011) [Why a more equitable and egalitarian University would build a healthier University?] Revista Fac Nac Salud PublicaColombia, 29(3): 308-319.
  • Miner, Ferrer, Cianelli, Bernales, Cabieses B. (2011). Intimate partner violence and HIV risk behaviors among socially disadvantaged Chilean Women. Violence Against Women. 17(4):517-31.

Research abstracts published in ISI journals from refereed conference proceedings (all excluded from the conference´s section below)

  • Espinoza M, Cabieses B (2015). How to Institutionalize the “Knowledge to Action” Framework for Health Technology Assessment? Value in Health; 18(7):A569-70.
  • Vásquez A, Cabieses B. (2015). Configuración Espacial de La Vulnerabilidad Social de Inmigrantes Internacionales en Iquique 2002-2012 y Su Relacion Con La Localizacion de Red de Atencion Primaria de Salud. Value in Health, 18(7):A855.
  • Vásquez A, Cabieses B, McIntyre AM, Aragay M. (2015). Social and health vulnerability of international immigrants in Chile: preliminary findings from a spatial analysis using 2002-2012 census data. Value in Health, 18(7):A855.
  • Cabieses B, Delgado I, Bernales M, Obach A (2015). The relationship between disability and migration status in Chile: preliminary analysis from repeated cross-sectional surveys. Value in Health; 18(7):A849.
  • Cabieses B & Garcia S. (2015). Consideraciones de equidad en la toma de decisión en salud: ¿qué significa y cómo se mide? Value in Health 18(7):A855.
  • Pedrero V, Cabieses B, Oyarte M, Zitko P. (2015). Modelamiento de variables latentes en investigación en salud: una aproximación al análisis de ecuaciones estructurales. Value in Health 18(7):A855.
  • Cabieses B, Willeke A, Chepo M, Espinoza MA, Bernales M (2014). Under-diagnosis of type II diabetes among Chilean adult men: an urgent equity issue. Value in Health  17 (3), A262-A262
  • Cabieses B, Uphoof E, Pinart M, Wright J, Anto JM (2014). Is migration status a risk factor for asthma and allergies? Preliminary findings from a systematic review. Value in Health 17 (3), A171-A172
  • Dressler C, Cabieses B. (2013). Exploring gender differences in population-based prevalences of cardiovascular diseases in Chile after the health care reform of 2005. Value in Health 16 (7), A708-A708.
  • Espinoza M, Cabieses B. (2013). [Income-related health inequality in Chile: a decomposition analysis of the concentration index for hypertension, diabetes and depression]. Value in Health 16 (7), A708-A708.
  • Cabieses B, Espinoza M. (2013). Exploring income inequality in self-reported health status in Chile after the health care reform of 2005. Value in Health 16 (7), A679-A680.
  • McEachan R, Cabieses B, Waiblinger D, Santorelli G. (2013). Prediction of mixed, formula and breast feeding intentions and behaviour: Findings from Born in Bradford. Psychology & health. 28: 125A-125A.
  • Cabieses B, Tunstall H, Pickett K, Espinoza M. (2012). Exploring the health and living standards of those who don´t report their migration status in a population-based survey: the case of Chile. Value in Health 15: A299.
  • Zitko P, Cabieses B, Pickett K, Espinoza M. (2012). Disentangling the relationship between disability, socioeconomic status and social capital in Chile: a population-based study. Value in Health, 15:A319.
  • Repetto P, Cabieses B, Bernales M, Vanderbloemen L, Mediano F. (2012) Promotion of Cigarettes among Chilean Magazines for Females: What Are the Messages About Smoking? Annals of Behavioral Medicine. April 43: S211-S211.
  • Cabieses B, Tunstall H, Pickett K, Gutacker N, Espinoza, M. (2011). Exploring Social Determinants of the Health of International Immigrants in Chile: The Global Health Status Index. Value in Health 14, 7: A556-A556.
  • Cabieses B, Tunstall H, Pickett K, Espinoza M. (2011). Socioeconomic Patterns among International Immigrants in Chile: The Use of Clusters.Value in Health 14, 7: A430-A430.