Publicaciones científicas

Publicaciones 2016

  • Bernales M, Cabieses B, Macdonald J. The urgency of a sociocultural approach to adolescent men’s health risk behaviours. Lancet. 2016 Apr;387(10030):1815-.
  • Cabieses B, Bernales M, Van der Laat C. Health for all migrants in Latin America and the Caribbean. The Lancet Psychiatry, 2016, 3(5), 402.
  • Ferrer L, Cianelli R, Villegas N, Reed R, Bernales M, Repetto P, et al. Exploring the Masculine Identity in the Context of HIV Prevention in Chile. Journal of Nursing Scholarship. 2016 Mar;48(2):128-38.
  • McEachan RRC, Prady SL, Smith G, Fairley L, Cabieses B, Gidlow C et al. The association between green space and depressive symptoms in pregnant women: moderating roles of socioeconomic status and physical activity. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health. 2016 Mar;70(3):253-259.
  • Vasquez A, Cabieses B and Tunstall H. Where Are Socioeconomically Deprived 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. 2016 Jan; 11(1): e0146047.
  • Cabieses B. Research on migration and health in Chile: pushing forward. Revista Médica de Chile. Ago., 2016.
  • Leppe Jaime; Andrés Maturana; Báltica Cabieses; Margarita Bernales; Ana Castro; Romina Hidalgo; Nancy Pérez; Alexandra Obach; María Ignacia Feuereisen; Níckolas Laport. Enfoque traslacional a través de prácticas que potencian en diálogo y la reflexión en un lenguaje interdisciplinario. Libro innovaciones en docencia Facultad de Medicina CAS-UDD. 2016.

Publicaciones 2015

FULL PAPERS PUBLICADOS EN REVISTAS CIENTÍFICAS
  • 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.
  • 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. pii: S1055- 3290(15)00123-5
  • Bernales M, Cabieses B, Obach A, Maturana A. (2015). Translational research in Health topics: A road for pragmatic and interdisciplinary research Carta al editor. Revista Médica de Chile.143(1).
  • Cabieses B, Faba G, et al (2014). Young leaders in public health in Latin America: testimonies from the eSAC project. Carta al editor. Pan American J of Public Health. 36(4):279-8.
  • Pedrero V, Cabieses B, Bernales M .El potencial de las variables latentes en investigación en salud. Revista Médica de Chile. 2015; 143(6):814-5.
  • Bernales M, Pedrero V, Obach A, Pérez C. Cultural Competence in health: an urgent need for health workers. Rev Med Chil. 2015. Mar;143(3):401-2.
  • Vasquez A Cabieses B (2015) 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 (in press)
  • McEachan R, Prady S, Smith GR, Fairley L, Cabieses B, Gildow C, Wright J, Dadvand P, Nieuwenhuijsen M. (2015). 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.
  • 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.
ABSTRACTS DE RESÚMENES PUBLICADOS EN REVISTAS CIENTÍFICAS
  • Zitko P, Cabieses B (2015). Value in Health (in press). Is spatial segregation by income associated with self-reported disability in Chile? Exploratory analysis using a population-based survey. Value in Health α18 (3), A97
  • 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 α18 (3), A98.
  • 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 α18 (3), A98.
  • Vásquez A, Cabieses B. (2015). Configuracion 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 Health. 2015 Nov;18(7):A855.
  • Cabieses B, Delgado I, Bernales M, Obach A. (2015). Access to Healthcare Among International Immigrants in Chile: Repeated Cross-Sectional Analysis of Casen Survey 2006-2009-2011. Value Health. 2015 Nov;18(7):A849.
  • Espinoza MA, Cabieses B. How to Institutionalize The “Knowledge to Action” Framework for Health Technology Assessment? Value Health. 2015 Nov;18(7):A569-70.
LIBROS Y CAPÍTULOS DE LIBROS
  • LIBRO: Cabieses, Bernales, Obach y Pedrero (2016)“Vulnerabilidad social en salud por parte de migrantes internacionales en Chile” en “Vulnerabilidad social y sus efectos en salud en Chile”. Universidad del Desarrollo, Organización Panamericana de la Salud.
  • CAPÍTULO: Cabieses B, Pickett K, Wilkinson R (2016). Impact of socioeconomic inequality on children´s health. In: Handbook of Economics and Human Biology. Oxford: Oxford University Press. (in press).
  • CAPÍTULO: Cabieses B, Bernales M, Obach A, Maturana A. (2015). El modelo de investigación traslacional: Su aporte y desafíos para la toma de decisiones en salud. En: Salud: Políticas y Paradigmas. Toronto: York University Press.

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