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Dolores Sesma Carlos
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Based on the life course perspective, this work adopts a sequence analysis approach to examine internal migrant trajectories and their interdependencies with life course factors. The analyses are based on longitudinal data from the Historical Sample of the Netherlands. The internal migrant trajectories of Dutch cohorts born between 1850 and 1922 ar...
We lack systematic comparative analysis that helps us understand why some public authorities have chosen to promote participatory processes while others have not. Which contextual factors (if any) contribute to the development of participatory reforms? What is the role played by factors such as relative affluence, societal demand, intense electoral...
In this article we analyse the effects of different data collection strategies in the study of local participatory experiences in a region of Spain (Andalusia). We examine the divergences and similarities between the data collected using different methods, as well as the implications for the reliability of the data. We have collected participatory...
The purpose of this study was to analyse the health systems in Spain, Italy and Portugal from the perspective of the Southern European countries Social Protection. Through a review of the sanitary regulations, health plans and literature on specific health experiences, published in recent years in Spain, Italy and Portugal, the practices of partici...
From the perspective of the social protection systems of the countries of southern Europe, we undertook an analysis of the health systems of Spain, Italy and Portugal. Through a review of health regulations, health plans and the literature on public participation experience published in recent years in Spain, Italy and Portugal, we studied the stat...
From the perspective of the social protection systems of the countries of southern Europe, we undertook an analysis of the health systems of Spain, Italy and Portugal. Through a review of health regulations , health plans and the literature on public participation experience published in recent years in Spain, Italy and Portugal, we studied the sta...
LONGPOP aims to create network to utilize different research teams to share experiences, construct joint research, create a training track for specialist in the field of data management and statistical techniques and increase the number of users of these large– possibly underused –longitudinal population registers and large research databases, making more scientists and stakeholders aware of the richness in the databases. LONGPOP network is made up of 15 Early-Stage Researchers, 10 beneficiaries and 1 partner (Europe), and external collaborators (USA). LONGPOP project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under the Marie Sklodowska-Curie grant agreement No 676060. http://longpop-itn.eu/ Twitter: @LongPopITN Facebook: @longpop.itn LinkedIN: LONGPOP ITN
The project will study and evaluate the level of participation of Southern European citizens in their national health systems. Such an evaluation is extremely important and innovative since studies in the area exist for a few decades and in several domains, but they still claim for a rigorous, systematic and broad assessment of the impacts and the effectiveness of citizen participation in health. From here, several questions will be addressed, through the study of the Southern European health systems, namely Greece, Italy, Portugal and Spain.