Research Group: ManEthics: Healthcare Management & Ethics
Thematic Line: TL1 – Preventive Medicine & Societal Challenges
Hub: Faculty of Medicine of the University of Porto
Research Areas: Bioethics, Medical Ethics, Health Policies and Services, Management
updated on 13/03/2018
Guilhermina Maria da Silva Rego is the Principal Investigator of the research group ManEthics of CINTESIS.
She graduated in Business Management, holds a Master Degree in Finances and a Doctoral Degree in Business Sciences from the Faculty of Economy of the University of Porto. She is a founder member of the Portuguse Association of Bioethics and is a member of several international scientific associations, namely, the International Society on Priorities in Health Care. She has published several books, among which the most important are “Prioridades na Saúde” (Priorities in Health) and “Gestão Empresarial dos Serviços Públicos” (Business Management of Public Services.
She was the Councillor responsible for the portfolio of Knowledge and Social Cohesion and Vice-President of the Municipal Council of Porto.
Currently, she works as Auxiliary Professor of the Department of Community Medicine, Health Information and Decision (MEDCIDS) of the Faculty of Medicine of the University of Porto, and since 2017, she is the Chair of the Board of Directors of the Ports of Douro and Leixões (APDL).
TITLE: Ethical and legal issues in xenotransplantation
AUTHORS: Melo, H; Brandao, G; Rego, G; Nunes, R;
SOURCE: 5th World Congress of the International-Association-of-Bioethics in BIOETHICS, VOLUME: 15, ISSUE: 5-6, PUBLISHED:2001
TITLE: The challenge of corporatisation: the experience of Portuguese public hospitals
AUTHORS: Guilhermina Rego; Rui Nunes; Jose Costa;
SOURCE: EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF HEALTH ECONOMICS, VOLUME: 11,
ISSUE: 4, PUBLISHED: 2010
TITLE: Social responsibility: A new paradigm of hospital governance?
AUTHORS: Brandao, C; Rego, G; Duarte, I.; Nunes, R;
SOURCE: Health Care Analysis, VOLUME: 21, ISSUE: 4, PUBLISHED: 2013
TITLE: The Experience of an Information System for Nursing Practice The Importance of Nursing Records in the Management of a Care Plan
AUTHORS: Sofia R T Nunes; Guilhermina Rego; Rui Nunes;
SOURCE: CIN-COMPUTERS INFORMATICS NURSING, VOLUME: 32,
ISSUE: 7, PUBLISHED: 2014