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Heloise F. Agreli

Heloise is a multi methods researcher with a focus on work in healthcare organizations. Currently she studies the implications of technological change for interprofessional work in healthcare. Heloise has published work in British Medical Journal Open, British Medical Journal Leader, Human Resources for Health, Journal of Interprofessional Care and Interface.  She has authored technical reports for the Pan American Health Organization/World Health Organization and Department of Health, Ireland. These works are influencing professional standards and health policies in the region of Americas and Europe.

Education

University of Sao Paulo (Brazil) and University of Southampton (UK) 

Team climate and interprofessional collaboration 

PhD in Health Sciences (2017) 

Federal University of Sao Paulo (Brazil)

MSc Health Services Management (2012) 

Federal University of Sao Carlos (Brazil)

BSc in Nursing (2009)

 

Experience

Since 2019 :
emlyon business school                                                                                                
Research Coordinator and Postdoctoral Fellow

                                                                
2018- 2019:
University of College Cork                                                                                    
Cork, Ireland
Postdoctoral Research Fellow

Awards

Research
CAPES & Fullbright Award for Best Dissertation (2018)
CAIPE Scholarship - Excellence in Interprofessional Research (2018)
Best Poster Prize, European Network of Interprofessional Work and Education (2015)

 

Scientific Committees

Ad Hoc Reviewer

·       Journal of Interprofessional Care

·       Implementation Sciencee