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Valdes Martinic, Camila

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Academic background:
Nurse with a graduate diploma in Family and Community Health at the Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (2014) and Master in Nursing in the School of Nursing UC (2020). She completed the Diploma in University Teaching at the Center for Teaching Development of the UC (2019) and a diploma of Injector Expert at the Esthetic Nursing Academy (ACEE Chile) (2022).

Current academic rank:
Adjunct Instructor

Research activities and publications (last 5 years):
Her line of research is Chronic Health Conditions and Health Promotion. She has adjudicated 2 research projects, one with national funding (co-investigator) and one project with School of Nursing funding (principal investigator). She is the author of 4 publications, 2 are scientific articles indexed in ISI/Scopus (co-author), 1 indexed

Undergraduate and graduate teaching activities (last 5 years):
She teaches in undergraduate courses and coordinates courses in the area of nursing care in community and ambulatory contexts: "Community Health I and II", "Nursing Care in the Adult and Elderly", "Ambulatory Nursing Internship", "Nursing Care" and "Nursing Care of the Vital Cycle". She is part of the team of two innovation projects in teaching developed in the SoN and funded by the UC. She teaches Continuing Education as part of the team in charge of refresher courses for clinical staff on issues related to support and strategies for self- management, case management and adult education, in the context of chronic patient care in primary health care. She is part of the team of the Diploma in Pharmacological Monitoring in Primary Care of the Faculty of Chemistry and Pharmacy of the University.

Extension and networking activities (last 5 years):
She has made 2 oral presentations at international scientific events. As part of the team of the Project Implementation of a Model of Chronic, Family Health and Stratification according to Risk in Patients of the SSMSO, of the P. Catholic University of Chile, she has participated in the training of the teams of nurses that make up the project and in the process of accompaniment in the implementation of case management in patients of medium and high complexity with multimorbidity. She has also participated as a teacher in the course on primary caregiver in the migrant population and in the Diploma of Care of the Person with Health Problems in Priority Areas: Role of the TENS, both of the SoN.