Grupo de Investigación
- Adriana Patricia Bonilla Marciales
- Diana María Reyes Bravo
- Gloria Inés Arenas Luna
- Hendrik Adrian Baracaldo Campo
- Jeam Zulma Moreno Arias
- John Freddy Arguello Duarte
- Katherine Del Consuelo Camargo Hernandez
- Martha Isabel Robles Carreño
- Mary Luz Jaimes Valencia
- Olga Lucia Gómez Díaz
- Oveida Alcira Rosales Martínez
- Skarlet Marcell Vasquez Hernández
- Socorro Fajardo Nates
Semilleros Asociados Semilleros al Grupo de Investigación
The research group from UNAB nursing program: CARING, whose meaning in Spanish is “taking care of”, subscribed in the Research in Health and Psychosocial Sciences Office from UNAB, founded since July 2012, and is currently registered and classified as C category (Call 781 of 2017).
The research group is conformed by full-time and cathedratic teachers from the nursing program, graduates and undergraduate students. Colciencias has recognized several researchers enrolled in our group.
Líneas de Investigación
Nursing Care of the Pregnant, Children and Adolescents
Líder de la línea: Martha Isabel Robles Carreño
It seeks developing research projects that may contribute to the object of study of the nursing discipline. These involve nursing care of the pregnant woman, children and adolescents. The research line looks forward understanding diverse health situations of the pregnant woman, child and adolescent around the health-illness process, by using nursing scientific evidence. It develops investigation in clinical and community context that reflects daily life situations from this population group, both at an individual, family and community level.
Nursing Care of the adult and the elder adults
Líder de la línea: Hendrik Adrián Baracaldo Campo
It seeks developing research that contributes to the nursing discipline object of study, which is the nursing care of the adult and the elder adults. This line pursuits understanding health situations from adults and the elderly, in the health-illness process, using nursing scientific evidence. It develops research in clinical and community contexts from this population, which reflects daily living, at individual, familiar and community levels.