Research Group: AI4Health – Artificial Intelligence for Health Care
Thematic Line: TL3 – Health Data & Decision Sciences & Information Technologies
Hub: Faculty of Medicine of the University of Porto
Research Areas: Medical Informatics, Health Data Analysis, Computer Science
updated on 19/03/2018
Cláudia Camila Dias is an integrated member of the AI4Health research group of CINTESIS.
She completed her doctoral studies in Clinical Research and Health Services (PDICSS) in 2017 with a thesis entitled “Prognostic models for Inflammatory Bowel Disease: Evidence, classification and prediction”.
She is a postdoc researcher at CINTESIS and the person responsible for the Continuing Education Course on Introduction to Biomedical Data Analysis using SPSS of the Department of Community Medicine, Health Information and Decision (MEDCIDS) of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Porto. She is also coordinates the Statistics Consulting Service for Research Support in the fields of Biostatistics and Data Analysis. She also integrates the team of the Consulting Service of Statistical to Support Research in the area of Biostatistics and Data Analysis NanoSTIMA – Macro-to-Nano Human Sensing: Towards Integrated Multimodal Health Monitoring and Analytics.
TITLE: Patients’ recollections of experiences in the intensive care unit may affect their quality of life
AUTHORS: Granja, C; Lopes, A; Moreira, S; Dias, C; Costa Pereira, A; Carneiro, A;
SOURCE: 34th SCCM Congress in CRITICAL CARE, VOLUME: 9, ISSUE: 2, PUBLISHED: 2005
TITLE: Quality of life of survivors from severe sepsis and septic shock may be similar to that of others who survive critical illness
AUTHORS: Granja, C; Dias, C; Costa Pereira, A; Sarmento, A;
SOURCE: CRITICAL CARE, VOLUME: 8, ISSUE: 2, PUBLISHED: 2004
TITLE: Epidemiology of Chronic Pain: A Population-Based Nationwide Study on Its Prevalence, Characteristics and Associated Disability in Portugal
AUTHORS: Luis Filipe Azevedo; Altamiro Costa Pereira; Liliane Mendonca; Claudia Camila Dias; Jose Manuel Castro Lopes;
SOURCE: JOURNAL OF PAIN, VOLUME: 13, ISSUE: 8, PUBLISHED: 2012
TITLE: Immediate and long-term impact of medical emergency teams on cardiac arrest prevalence and mortality: A plea for periodic basic life-support training programs
AUTHORS: Gloria Campello; Cristina Granja; Flavia Carvalho; Claudia Dias; Luis Filipe Azevedo; Altamiro Costa Pereira;
SOURCE: CRITICAL CARE MEDICINE, VOLUME: 37, ISSUE: 12, PUBLISHED: 2009
TITLE: A comparative study between two central veins for the introduction of totally implantable venous access devices in 1201 cancer patients
AUTHORS: Araujo, C; Silva, JP; Antunes, P; Fernandes, JM; Dias, C; Pereira, H; Dias, T; Fougo, JL;
SOURCE: European Journal of Surgical Oncology, VOLUME: 34, ISSUE: 2, PUBLISHED: 2008