Research Group: Tech4edusim – Technologies for Education and Simulation in Healthcare
Thematic Line: TL3 – Health Data & Decision Sciences & Information Technologies
Hub: Nursing School of Porto
Research Areas: Self-management of disease, COPD, Simulation in Nursing Education
updated on 19/03/2018
José Miguel dos Santos Castro Padilha is the principal investigator of the research group Tech4edusim of CINTESIS, and an Assistant Professor at the Nursing School of Porto (ESEP) since 2007.
He holds a Doctorate in Nursing from the Catholic University of Portugal (2014), and a Master Degree in Nursing Sciences from the Abel Salazar Institute of Biomedical Sciences of the University of Porto (2006). Miguel Padilha began his teaching career at the former Nursing School of São João in 2003, as an Assistant Lecturer, two years after finishing his graduate course.
He worked as a nurse at the Hospital Center of Porto between 1997-2003. He is the author of several articles published in scientific journals, and coordinates three scientific projects in the field of Self-management of Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), and in the field of Simulation in Nursing Education.
AUTHORS: Jose Miguel Padilha ; Nelson Coimbra;
SOURCE: JOURNAL OF EMERGENCY NURSING, VOLUME: 41, ISSUE: 3, PUBLISHED: 2015
TITLE: Participatory action research: A strategy for improving self-care management in chronic obstructive pulmonary disease patients
AUTHORS: Miguel Padilha, JM ; Artur P Sousa ; Filipe M Pereira;
SOURCE: ACTION RESEARCH, VOLUME: 14, ISSUE: 3, PUBLISHED: 2016
TITLE: Integrative literature review on treatment management in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease
AUTHORS: Jose Miguel D C dos Santos Castro Padilha ; Manuel Fernando D dos Santos Oliveira; Maria Joana A Alves Campos;
SOURCE: REVISTA DA ESCOLA DE ENFERMAGEM DA USP, VOLUME: 44, ISSUE: 4,
TITLE: Influence of perception of chronic obstructive pulmonary disease in promotion of self-management of disease
AUTHORS: Jose Miguel dos Santos Padilha ;
SOURCE: REVISTA PORTUGUESA DE PNEUMOLOGIA, VOLUME: 16, ISSUE: 4, PUBLISHED: 2010