Research Projects 

Study on the occupational balance among occupational therapists in Spain 

Identifying the state of occupational balance of Spanish occupational therapists who are developing different intervention roles and establishing how this affects their health and occupational performance.

Research team: Inda Zango, PhD (PI), Loreto González, PhD and Jèssica Garrido, PhD (GrEUIT); Paula Peral Gómez, PhD and Alicia Sánchez Pérez, PhD (Miguel Hernández University (UMH)), and Petra Wagman, PhD (Jönköping University, Sweden).

The use of ICT and the Flipped Classroom teaching methodology as tools to promote the learning of theories and models in Nursing

Analysing whether the use of active and participatory methodologies (Flipped Classroom) improve the learning process of theories and models of nursing care in first year Nursing Degree students at EUIT.

Research team: Guadalupe Sánchez Rueda, PhD (PI), Silvia Poveda and Marta Gorina, PhD (GrEUIT), Anna López and Patricia Caudevilla.

Funding: 2ª Convocatoria de proyectos de innovación docente para la mejora de la docencia universitaria, 2018.

Multicentre implementation project of the tool PIMAC (Professionals Infermeria Matriu d'Avaluació de Competències)

Revalidation of the PIMAC tool and its implementation in a technological platform designed to manage nursing skills.

Research team: Montserrat Comellas, PhD and Montse Rodó, PhD (GrEUIT); Clara Romero, PhD and Anna Junqué (Consorci Sanitari de Terrassa, CST).

Project managers: CST, EUIT, TCP Grup (Tecnologia Centrada en la Persona) Partners: Consorci Sanitari Integral (CSI), Parc Sanitari Sant Joan de Déu, Institut Català d’Oncologia (ICO).

Funding: Project funded by the partner companies.

Meanings and use of the body in health science students

Learning about the students’ understanding of the body and what aspects affect their gaze, and coidentifying strategies that can be accepted by students to transform their approach to the body and that can be applied throughout their training.

Research team: Inda Zango, PhD (PI, GrEUIT); Pía Rodríguez, PhD (UAB), and Juan Andrés Pino Moran, PhD and Esther Insa, PhD (ESIMar).

Pilot study on the effects of the multisensory stimulation therapy in people with moderate or advanced dementia residents at Llar Residencial Sant Llàtzer de Terrassa

Assessing the effects of the application of multisensory stimulation therapy on people with dementia admitted to a residence.

Research team: Jèssica Garrido, PhD (PI) and Elisabet Capdevila (GrEUIT), and Núria Berga and Mª Eulàlia Guijosa (CST).

Funding: Beca obra social “La Caixa”.