Health Outcomes Research

Group leader

Jesús María Aranaz Andrés

jesusmaria.aranaz(ELIMINAR)@salud.madrid.org

Tlf.: +3491 336 83 72

Principal Investigator

  • Francisco Bolumar Montrull

Collaborators

  • Cristina Díaz-Agero Pérez
  • Nieves López Fresneña
  • Angela Rincón Carlavilla
  • Miguel Ignacio Cuchi Alfaro
  • José Lorenzo Valencia Martín
  • Adriana Romaní Vidal
  • Juan Manuel Ramos López
  • Jorge de Vicente Guijarro
  • Paloma Moreno Núñez
  • Mercedes García Haro
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Group leader

Jesús María Aranaz Andrés

jesusmaria.aranaz(ELIMINAR)@salud.madrid.org

Tlf.: +3491 336 83 72

Principal Investigator

  • Francisco Bolumar Montrull

Collaborators

  • Cristina Díaz-Agero Pérez
  • Nieves López Fresneña
  • Angela Rincón Carlavilla
  • Miguel Ignacio Cuchi Alfaro
  • José Lorenzo Valencia Martín
  • Adriana Romaní Vidal
  • Juan Manuel Ramos López
  • Jorge de Vicente Guijarro
  • Paloma Moreno Núñez
  • Mercedes García Haro

Strategic objectives 

  • Surveillance of health problems in order to assess the changes and trends in health and in its determining factors, especially those inherent to the hospital environment, through the application of epidemiology principles and methods.
  • Intervention via activities inherent to individual preventative medicine and others of a generic or collective nature (preparation of regulations, guidelines, protocols, etc.) for the improvement of the effectiveness of the clinical practice, quality of care and patient safety.
  • Health promotion and protection, aimed at improving the level of health and the control of its determining factors.
  • Evaluation of the risks, in hospital and in the community, in order to improve their management.
  • Evaluation of the effectiveness, efficiency and utility of the different actions carried out.

Research lines

  • Health outcome research
  • Public health results research

Location

Preventive Medicine Department

                     
2nd floor centre
Ramón y Cajal University Hospital

Keywords

health outcome research, patient safety, adverse events, quality of care, patient satisfaction, use and evaluation of health centres and services, clinical epidemiology.