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Dr. Fuentealba-Torres, is Director of Research at the Faculty of Nursing and Obstetrics of the Universidad de los Andes, Chile, and is an international researcher at the GAAPS and GEO-TB epidemiological groups at EERP / USP, at the University of São Paulo, WHO Collaborating Center for Nursing Research Development. He is a member of the Sigma Theta Tau International RHO Chapter Upsilon Nursing Honor Society and Cochrane author of the Cochrane Gynecology and Fertility Group (Auckland, Nova Zelândia). He participates as an evaluator in various scientific journals, is a methodological consultant for systematic reviews, and participates in national and international epidemiological research projects. He completed his Doctorate in Sciences at the "University of São Paulo, Brazil"; Master of Education from the "Metropolitan University of Education Sciences, Chile"; and graduated in Nursing at the "Universidad de Magallanes, Chile". He has Diplomas in University Management; Pedagogy and has been perfected in teaching at the University of São Paulo - Brazil. His area of ​​interest is Epidemiology; Public health; Syntactic revision and sexual and reproductive health and infectious diseases.

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International researcher at the GAAPS and GEO-TB epidemiological groups at EERP / USP, at the University of São Paulo, WHO Collaborating Center for Nursing Research Development., University of São Paulo

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