Julia Nadine Doetsch
Universidade do Porto Instituto de Saúde Pública
11 papers found
Record linkage of routine and cohort data of children in Portugal: challenges and opportunities when using record linkage as a tool for scientific research
Strengthening resilience of healthcare systems by focusing on perinatal and maternal healthcare access and quality
Survey of data collection methods and retention strategies in European birth cohorts of children and adults born very preterm
Increased interaction and procedural flexibility favoured participation: Study across European cohorts of preterm born individuals
Equitable migrant-friendly perinatal healthcare access and quality in public maternity units in Portugal
Record linkage of population-based cohort data from minors with national register data: a scoping review and comparative legal analysis of four European countries
Impact of macro-socioeconomic determinants on sustainable perinatal health care in Portugal: a qualitative study on the opinion of healthcare professionals and experts
Improving Understanding of Participation and Attrition Phenomena in European Cohort Studies: Protocol for a Multi-Situated Qualitative Study.
Improving Understanding of Participation and Attrition Phenomena in European Cohort Studies: Protocol for a Multi-Situated Qualitative Study (Preprint)
Data protection and the processing of personal data of very preterm (VPT) and very low birth weight (VLBW) children for scientific health research
Potential barriers in healthcare access of the elderly population influenced by the economic crisis and the troika agreement: a qualitative case study in Lisbon, Portugal
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