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Lecturer/Assistant Professor at the University College Dublin, School of Public Health, Physiotherapy and Sports Sciences, Ireland.
 

I graduated as Medical Doctor in 1993 at the University of Buenos Aires. I did my clinical training in Internal Medicine and was invited to complete a Research Fellowship in General Internal Medicine at UPMC, Pittsburgh (1998), completed a Clinical Fellow in General Medicine in Buenos Aires(1999). Master in Clinical Effectiveness (2000), Fellow Cochrane Collaboration (2003) PhD Philosophy ( Epidemiology) at UCD, SPHPSS (2008). Dip. Health economics. Dip in Primary Care Pediatrics (2018, RCPI), Dip in Orthopedic and Rheumatological Medicine (2018, NUIG), certification as Specialist Family Medicine and General Practise by the board examination(Argentina, 2018). Pursue a career in Public Health and General Practice, working at both sides of the Atlantic, in Ireland -as a General Practitioner- and in Argentina combining both. Worked as external Consultant for UNICEF, WORLD BANK and IBEROAMERICAN FUND BANK in a wide range of Public Health Programs and Primary Care implementation programs; from Mother and Child Health, Environmental Health and Non-communicable Diseases tailored programs in Argentina from 2011 to 2016. Director of Integrated Clinical Networks for the Ministry of Health, Buenos Aires Province, Argentina (2016). My research interests are Knowledge synthesis, Implementation Science, Clinical Effectiveness, Primary Care and Patient Safety.