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Dr Concepción Zaforteza Lallemand
Dr Concepción Zaforteza Lallemand
Contract Lecturer with a PhD

Dr Concepción Zaforteza Lallemand


Brief CV

Dr. Concha Zaforteza (RN, MSc, PhD)

Since 2001, I am associate professor at the Facultat and Departament d’Infermeria i Fisioterāpia (Universitat de les Illes Balears). I am involved in Nursing Degree and Master courses, the former related to adult care and the later to qualitative research methodologies.

I am researcher, member of the Grup d’Investigaciķ Crítica en Salut/ Critical Health Research Group (GICS-IUNICS). I am interested in developing the care offered to critical care patients’ relatives, from a patient and family centered care. In addition, I am exploring the use of participatory methodologies (i.e. participatory action research) for knowledge transfer and clinical practice change.




Office Hours

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Subjects taught. Academic Year 2019-20

Subjects taught
Subject Degree/campus
22730 - Final Degree Project
23010 - Healthcare Administration
22721 - Management of Nursing Services
22772 - Methodological Research Bases
11121 - Qualitative Healthcare Research Methods
11122 - Secondary Healthcare Research

Teaching, 5 previous years

Subject Degree
10553 - Research Methodology (II) A Qualitative Perspective
11121 - Qualitative Healthcare Research Methods
11122 - Secondary Healthcare Research
11135 - Critical Healthcare Research: Practices, Policies and Citizenship
11138 - Master's Thesis
21606 - Pharmacotherapy and Dietotherapy
  • Degree in Nursing 2014-15
21609 - Historical, Conceptual and Methodological Bases of Care
  • Degree in Nursing 2014-15
21623 - Clinical Practice IV
  • Degree in Nursing 2014-15, 2015-16
21624 - Final Degree Project
  • Degree in Nursing 2014-15
21627 - Introduction to Qualitative Research in Health
  • Degree in Nursing 2014-15


Research groups

Group Membership type
Research group in health care and service delivery (GICAS) Collaborator
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