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Sofia Crisóstomo
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Sofia_Crisostomo@iscte-iul.pt
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Pharmacist and Regulatory Affairs Specialist by the Portuguese Pharmaceutical Society. Post-graduate studies in pharmacoeconomics (ISEG, Univ. of Lisbon) and health economics (Univ. of York). Master in Development (ISCTE-IUL), with a dissertation about the Participation of People Living with HIV/Aids in Public Health Policies. Currently, Public Policy PhD candidate (ISCTE-IUL), conducting policy and decision making processes analysis in the field of public pharmaceutical financing and public participation. Professionaly, after several years working in the pharmaceutical field, worked as health and pharmaceutical policy advisor to a Member of the Portuguese Parliament. (2010-2011). Since than, has been dedicated to research and participatory action-research projects, in the field of political activism for the rights of people living with disease. Received an FCT research grant between 2012 and 2015. Presently, co-manages the MORE PARTICIPATION, better health project, that developed the Charter for Public Participation in Health. Member and Secretary of the General Assembly of APC – Portuguese Association of Celiacs, member of GAT – Treatment Activists Group and member of ... [ver mais]
Educational Qualifications
Licenciate in Ciências Farmacêuticas, Faculdade de Farmácia, Universidade de Lisboa, in 1999
Post-graduation in Avaliação Económica dos Medicamentos, Instituto Superior de Economia e Gestão, Universidade de Lisboa, in 2002
Post-graduation in Health Economics for Health Care Professionals, Unversity of York, in 2005
M.Sc. in Desenvolvimento, Diversidades Locais e Desafios Mundiais: Análise e Gestão, ISCTE - Instituto Universitário de Lisboa, in 2010
Research Fields
Public Policy, Pharmaceutical Reimbursement Policy, Public Participation, Political advocacy, Involvement of People Living with Disease
Research Groups
Politics and Citizenship
Recent Publications
Comunications
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ISCTE FCT Portugal
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