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Maria Alejandra Pinero de Plaza

Research Fellow (Public health not elsewhere classified; Health promotion; Health surveillance; Health policy; Primary health care; Health care administration; Health informatics and information systems; Aged health care; Marketing communications; Communications and media policy; Communications engineering not elsewhere classified; Networking and communications; Data communications; Communication studies; Visual communication design (incl. graphic design); Communication technology and digital media studies; Communication and media studies not elsewhere classified; International and development communication; Organisational, interpersonal and intercultural communication; Creative arts, media and communication curriculum and pedagogy; Social and community informatics; Health and community services; Counselling, wellbeing and community services; Continuing and community education; Organisational behaviour; Human information behaviour; Industrial and organisational psychology (incl. human factors); Behavioural neuroscience; Computational complexity and computability; Intelligent robotics; Interaction and experience design; Digital heritage; Screen and digital media not elsewhere classified; History and philosophy of science; Other psychology not elsewhere classified; Science, technology and engineering curriculum and pedagogy; Research, science and technology policy; Cognitive and computational psychology not elsewhere classified; Environmental management not elsewhere classified; Other health sciences not elsewhere classified; Sociology and social studies of science and technology; Humanities and social sciences curriculum and pedagogy (excl. economics, business and management))

Australia

Dr Maria Alejandra Pinero de Plaza, PhD, is a scientist who facilitates healthy living and better public health services. Dr. Pinero de Plaza strengthens researchers, clinicians, industry, and consumers' abilities to design, measure, and accomplish different health and social impacts. Her experience in mixed-methods, experimental design, and evaluation helps her identify and demonstrate how interventions, healthcare services, and technology can provide better choice, inclusion, voice, justice, health, and wellbeing. She is passionate about care and social networks, technology, and methods influencing behavioural change. Dr Pinero is an advocate for evidence-based research as a member of the JBI Evidence Implementation Network and a member of two JBI expert reference groups (Cardiovascular and Aged Care).

Publications

  • https://researchnow.flinders.edu.au/en/persons/alejandra-pinero-de-plaza
  • Highlighting the invisible
  • Exclusion from primary healthcare
  • A new behavioral methodology to measure the effect of packaging design on shopper’s memory
  • Measuring and optimising the impact of knowledge translation, health research & care.
  • Effectiveness of cardiac rehabilitation programs vs standard care on medication adherence in eligible cardiovascular disease patients
  • Making the Invisible Visible: Hidden Voices Initiate Collaboration in Research
  • The semiconscious choice of food as a potential obesogenity marker
  • Transformation of healthcare delivery for Homebound patients
  • Peer-to-Peer Health Communication in Older Adults’ Online Communities: Protocol for a Qualitative Netnographic Study and Co-Design Approach
  • The Effectiveness of Technological Interventions For Addressing Social Isolation And Loneliness Among Older People: A Systematic Review
  • SAHMRI Consumer Register Project
  • COVID-19 and research
  • Meet the Minds presented by Dr Maria Alejandra Pinero de Plaza
  • R code and related R files
  • Investigating salience strategies to counteract obesity
  • A transdisciplinary research program addressing complex health research problems
  • Not well enough to attend appointments
  • The knowledge translation complexity network model (KTCNM) and building our ECR sociogram
  • Consumer Engagement in Health Care Policy, Research and Services: Methods and Effects.
  • A new behavioral methodology
  • What the researchers say...
  • PROLIFERATE: An Adaptable Framework to Evaluate Participatory Research Products
  • Co-Designing Evidence-Based Videos in Health Care: A Case Exemplar of Developing Creative Knowledge Translation “Evidence-Experience” Resources
  • Using a complex network methodology to track, evaluate and transform fundamental care
  • Unheard and marginalised
  • Making the Invisible Visible: Exploring the Experiences of Frail Homebound and Bedridden People
  • Measuring RAPIDx AI (AI-powered technologies).
  • Australian primary care reform requires co-designed Telehealth-based care for its homebound population
  • Using a complex network methodology to track, evaluate, and transform fundamental care
  • PhD Thesis- The semiconscious choice of food as a potential obesogenity marker
  • Consumer engagement in health care policy, research and services: A systematic review and meta-analysis of methods and effects
  • Implementation and prospective evaluation of the Country Heart Attack Prevention model of care to improve attendance and completion of cardiac rehabilitation for patients with cardiovascular diseases living in rural Australia: a study protocol
  • The trouble with personhood and person‐centred care
  • The effect of benign and malicious envies on desire to buy luxury fashion items
  • A new behavioral methodology
  • Shopping environment dynamics and consumers’ healthy food purchase
  • PROLIFERATE: An adaptable framework to evaluate participatory research products
  • Not Well Enough to Attend Appointments
  • Measuring fundamental care using complexity science: A descriptive case study of a methodological innovation
  • Effectiveness of nurse-led interventions versus usual care to optimise blood pressure management and lifestyle behaviour modification in patients with hypertension
  • Effectiveness of telehealth versus standard care on healthcare utilization, health-related quality of life and wellbeing in homebound populations
  • A new behavioral methodology: measuring the effect of packaging design on shopper's memory
  • ‘My Wellbeing Journal’: Using experience-based co-design to improve caring for older adults with multimorbidity
  • Effectiveness of using activity monitoring devices on physical activity of patients with cardiovascular disease participating in cardiac rehabilitation programs: an umbrella review protocol
  • The Use of Digital Technologies in the Inpatient Setting to Promote Communication During the Early Stage of an Infectious Disease Outbreak: A Scoping Review
  • System enablers and barriers to continuity of care for First Nations people living with chronic conditions: A rapid review protocol
  • System enablers and barriers to continuity of care for First Nations people living with chronic conditions
  • ENLIGHTEN: homEbouNd peopLe agInG witH TEchNology
  • Holding the suspension bridge of ongoing high-quality care
  • Effectiveness of cardiac rehabilitation programs versus standard care on medication adherence in patients with cardiovascular disease: a systematic review protocol
  • System enablers and barriers to continuity of care for First Nations people living with chronic conditions: A rapid qualitative review protocol
  • Effectiveness of telehealth versus standard care on health care utilization, health-related quality of life, and well-being in homebound populations: a systematic review protocol
  • System enablers and barriers to continuity of care for First Nations people living with chronic conditions:
  • PRMs Collaborative Conversation Series
  • PROLIFERATE: an innovative PRMs approach via participatory research
  • ENLIGHTEN
  • "You Are By No Means Alone": A Netnographic Study of Self-Care Support in an Online Community for Older Adults
  • Predicting the implementation impact of RAPIDx AI in South Australian emergency departments
  • Un-siloing allied health practice and interprofessional learning: A co-design and evaluation case study
  • Effectiveness of activity-monitoring devices in patients with cardiovascular disease participating in cardiac rehabilitation programs
  • Effectiveness of telehealth versus standard care on health care utilization, health-related quality of life, and well-being in homebound populations
  • Effectiveness of cardiac rehabilitation programs in improving medication adherence in patients with cardiovascular disease
  • Cardiac rehabilitation, physical activity, and the effectiveness of activity monitoring devices on cardiovascular patients: an umbrella review of systematic reviews
  • Continuity and integration of care for Frail, Homebound, and Bedridden People
  • How transdisciplinary research teams learn to do knowledge translation (KT), and how KT in turn impacts transdisciplinary research: a realist evaluation and longitudinal case study
  • Co-designing, measuring, and optimizing innovations and solutions within complex adaptive health systems
  • Effectiveness of nurse-led interventions versus usual care to manage hypertension and lifestyle behaviour: a systematic review and meta-analysis
  • Measuring fundamental care using complexity science: A descriptive case study of a methodological innovation
  • Wicked problems in a post-truth political economy: a dilemma for knowledge translation
  • Effectiveness of nurse-led interventions to manage hypertension and lifestyle behaviour effectively: a systematic review and meta-analysis
  • Spanish adaptation of the Fundamentals of Care Framework: White paper in Spanish and English - Adaptación al español del Marco de los Fundamentos del Cuidado: Reporte en español e inglés
  • Measurement properties of utility-based health-related quality of life measures in cardiac rehabilitation: a systematic review protocol
  • A human-centered approach to measuring the impact of evidence-based online resources
  • Piloting a big data epidemiology approach to support frail, homebound, and bedridden people
  • PROLIFERATE_AI: A prediction modelling method to evaluate Artificial Intelligence in meeting end-user-centric goals around better cardiac care
  • Effectiveness of alternative versus traditional exercises on cardiac rehabilitation program utilization in women with or at high risk of cardiovascular disease: a systematic review protocol
  • Effectiveness of alternative versus traditional exercises on cardiac rehabilitation program utilization in women with or at high risk of cardiovascular disease
  • Improving Cardiac Rehabilitation Utilisation is Essential to Reducing Mortality and Cardiovascular Readmission
  • Health system utilisation vs preferences: early trends from the inaugural VITAL peri-/menopause registry of Australia.
  • Nurse-Led Interventions Versus Usual Care to Manage Hypertension: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis
  • The effectiveness of interactive cardiac rehabilitation web applications versus usual care on programme completion in patients with cardiovascular disease: A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials
  • My Wellbeing Journal: Development of a communication and goal‐setting tool to improve care for older adults with chronic conditions and multimorbidity
  • A co-designed telehealth-based model of care to improve attendance and completion to cardiac rehabilitation of rural and remote Australians: The Country Heart Attack Prevention (CHAP) project
  • Clinical effectiveness of cardiac rehabilitation utilisation and the barriers to its completion among patients of low socioeconomic status living in rural areas: a mixed methods study
  • CAREPULSE - Community And Rural Experts Partnered for Understanding and Leveraging Strategic Endeavours in Cardiac Rehabilitation and Secondary Prevention
  • Health System Enablers and Barriers to Continuity of Care for First Nations Peoples Living with Chronic Disease
  • Distinctive elements in packaging (FMCG)
  • Effectiveness of cardiac rehabilitation programs on medication adherence in patients with cardiovascular disease
  • A Human-Centered Approach to Measuring the Impact of Evidence-Based Online Resources
  • Piloting a Big Data Epidemiology Approach to Support Frail, Homebound, and Bedridden People
  • JBI's Approach to Facilitating Knowledge Translation in Cardiovascular Care
  • Clinical effectiveness of cardiac rehabilitation utilisationand barriers to its completion among patients of low socioeconomic status living in rural areas: a mixed methods study
  • Clinical effectiveness and implementation evaluation of a 4-step large scale translation model compared to usual care on cardiac rehabilitation attendance and completion in rural Australia: The Country Heart Attack Prevention (CHAP) Projec
  • The effectiveness of technology interventions in reducing social isolation and loneliness among community-dwelling older people: A mixed methods systematic review
  • The effectiveness of technology interventions in reducing social isolation and loneliness among community-dwelling older people
  • My Wellbeing Journal
  • Clinical Effectiveness and Utilisation of Cardiac Rehabilitation After Hospital Discharge: Data Linkage Analysis of 84,064 Eligible Discharged Patients (2016–2021)
  • From Promise to Practice: How Health Researchers Understand and Promote Transdisciplinary Collaboration
  • Implementing caring life course theory for transformative healthcare: A focus on vulnerable populations and digital health
  • Clinical effectiveness of cardiac rehabilitation and barriers to completion in patients of low socioeconomic status in rural areas: A mixed-methods study
  • Video commentary by Dr Maria Alejandra Pinero de Plaza on original research paper – titled
  • Shopping environment dynamics and consumers’ healthy food purchase
  • New method to measure behavioral responses to packaging elements.
  • PROLIFERATE
  • Measurement properties of utility-based health-related quality-of-life measures in cardiac rehabilitation: a systematic review protocol
  • Quantitative Assessment of Fundamentals of Care Framework: A pilot study
  • A Human-Machine Evaluation of AI in Cardiac Emergencies

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Co-workers & collaborators

Renuka Visvanathan

Renuka Visvanathan

Michael Lawless

Research Fellow - Adelaide, South Australia

Michael Lawless

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