Professor Luis Salvador-Carulla

MD, PhD
Centre Head, Professor CMHR
ANU College of Health and Medicine
T: +61 2 6125 2741

Areas of expertise

  • Mental Health 111714
  • Health Promotion 111712
  • Psychiatry (Incl. Psychotherapy) 110319
  • Health Care Administration 111709

Biography

Luis Salvador-Carulla is the head of the Centre for Mental Health Research at the Research School of Population Health, Australian National University (ANU) in Canberra (Australia). He has been advisor to the Government of Catalonia (Spain), the Spanish Ministry of Health, the European Commission (EC) and the World Health Organisation  (WHO). His  research has been focused in developing decision support systems in health and social policy, including tools for analysis of technical efficiency and benchmarking, indicators for health policy analysis and priority setting in mental health and in disability. He has coordinated the Integrated Atlas of Mental Health Project for mapping mental health services in over 30 local areas around the World. He received the Leon Eisenberg Award of the Harvard Medical School in 2012 for his contributions in the field of developmental disorders.

Researcher's projects

AUSTRALIA
  1. Title:  “Spatial convergence of dementia and cardiovascular disease risk: evidence to inform policy and practice”. Funding source: Dementia Australia Research Foundation. CI: Dr Nasser Bagheri, Prof Karin Anstey, Prof. Walter Abhayaratna, Prof Luis Salvador-Carulla. March 2019 - 2020.  AUS$ 75,000
  2. Title: Your Health in Your Hands: Future Personalised Medical Technologies for a Sustainable and Effective Healthcare. Funding source: ANU Grand Challenge Scheme 2017. CIA: Anonio Tricoli. Member of the Implementation team (Jane Desborough CID).  CIs (Implementation): Luis Salvador-Carulla, Christine Phillips; Gabriele Bammer; Nicholas Glasgow; Anne Parkinson; Adam Henschke; Nasser Bagheri; Julia Reynolds; Diana Margaret Slade; Susy Macqueen; Suzanne Eggins; Darlene Cox. Australian National University. January 2018-December 2023. Budget  $10,000,000 AUD. 
  3.  Title: “Visualization Seminars to support effective knowledge translation of Health Data”. Funding source: ANU RSSS Cross-College Grant 2018: (CIs: A/Prof V. Canudas, College of Arts and Social Sciences; Prof L Salvador-Carulla College of Health and Medicine, and Prof T Gedeon, College of Engineering and Computing Science).  June 2018-May 2019. $85,000 AUD.
  4. Title: Technical efficiency analysis and benchmarking of the mental health care system in the ACT. Provider: Capital Health Network. Ref GLC: QPH40007. CIA L Salvador-Carulla. Budget $150,000
  5. Title: Men@Work. Black Dog Institute UNSW and BMRI, University of Sydney. CIAs: S. Harvey & N Glozier. CIs: H. Christensen , J. Proudfoot, P. Mitchell,  R. Bryant,  I. Hickie, J Buchanan, R Ryan, R Calvo, P Bohle, L Salvador-Carulla, A Fernandez. Movember Foundation. 2015-2017. Total budget $2.880.000.
  6. Title: Integrated Mental Health Atlas Project –Australia. On-going collaboration with public health  agencies (Primary Health Networks) to map the mental health care system. Funding source: Primary Health Networks. CIA: Luis Salvador-Carulla (ANU). Collaborators: Nasser Bagheri & Maryanne Furst (ANU), James Gillespie (Centre for Health Policy, University of Sydney), Jose Alberto Salinas (University Loyola Andalucia) John Mendoza & Tanya Bell (ConNetica). Dates January 2015 – on-going. Budget: $1,118,400 AU 1.  Title: Western Sydney LHD. Mapping MH services in Western Sydney LHD. Extension of the PiR evaluation project by Menzies Institute (Coordinator of the general project J. Gillespie, CIA). Coordinator of the extension project L Salvador-Carulla. LHD, National MH Commission. Dates: 1st  May  2014  to 30th  March 2015. Budget  $74,000 AUD. 2nd extension 2016 $75,000 AUD 2.  Title: The Mental Health Atlas of South Western Sydney. South Western Sydney LHD. PIR Systems and Services Improvement Fund 2014/2015. CIA: L. Salvador-Carulla. Dates 1st October 2014 – 30th May 2015. Budget  $98,000 AUD 3.  Title: The Mapping of Mental Health Care Programs in Western Sydney. WentWest and Partners in Recovery Western Sydney LHD. (June 2015-June 2016). Luis Salvador-Carulla (CIA). A. Fernandez, J Smith-Merry, J Gillespie. Funded by Partner in Recovery Western Sydney, WentWest. $93,545. 4.  Title: The Integrated Mental Health Atlas of Sydney Local Health District. Brain and Mind Research Institute. Luis Salvador-Carulla (CIA), Glozier N, Eades P, Hong S, et al. Funded by University SPARC Funding. University of  Sydney . July 2015-June 2016. -. $49,676. 5.  Title:  The Integrated Mental Health Atlas of the East and South East Sydney (July 2015-May 2016). CIA: Luis Salvador-Carulla. Funded by PIR East and South East Sydney. $139,8 6.  Title: The Integrated Mental Health Atlas of Inner West Sydney (July 2015-May 2016). Co-funded by PIR Inner West Sydney and the SPARC flexible funding.  Sydney $140,000 7.  Title: The Integrated Mental Health Atlas of Canberra ACT. Funded by PHN Canberra ACT.  Subcontract with the Australian National University. PIA: L. Salvador-Carulla. (July 2016-May 2017).  $150,000 8.  Title: The Integrated Mental Health Atlas of the Western New South Wales Region. Funded by PHN Western New South Wales.  Subcontract ConNetica and Loyola University Andalucia..PIA: L. Salvador-Carulla. (July 2016-June 2017).  $150,00 9.  Title: The Integrated Mental Health Atlas of Sydney North PHN. Funded by Sydney North PHN (PIR PHN North Sydney).  PIA: L. Salvador-Carulla. Subcontract ConNetica and Loyola University Andalucia. (July 2016-July 2017).  $150,00 10. Title: The Integrated Mental Health Atlas of the Western Sydney PHN Region  2018-2019. Funded by the Western Sydney Primary Health Network (WSPHN). Project ID 7960. CIA L Salvador-Carulla  (August 2018-July 2019).  $100,000 11.  Title: The Integrated Mental Health Atlas of the North Perth PHN Region (annex 1) and the Integrated Mental Health Atlas of the Kimberley  Region  2018-. Funded by Western Australia Primary Health Alliance (WAPHA). CIA L Salvador-Carulla  (as a complementary activity to the project Semantic Interoperability of the NMHSPF and DESDE-LTC).  $80,000
  7. Title: Mental health in children with developmental disabilities. CIAs Einfeld, S., Sanders, M., Tonge, B. Other CI: Henderson Kevin; Hoath Fiona; Sofronoff Katherine; Arciuli Joanne; Dossetor David; Emerson Eric; Evans Holly; Gray Kylie; Horstead Sian; Howlin Patricia; Rice Lauren; Schoch Martha; Stace Lucille; Taffe John; Tonge Bruce; Viney Rosalie; Wilson Rebecca; Wood Amanda; Arora Sheena; Evans Kim; Henry Tania; McWilliam Jenna; Hodges Julie; Phillis Kathryne; Ray Phil; Goodall Stephen; Metse Alexandra; Caruana Jodie; Rotolone Cassandra; Sanders Matthew; Borland Ross; Rose Oriel; O'Hagan Gemma; Salvador-Carulla Luis; Silove Natalie. Ref Project No: 2012/2101 (ethics). NHMRC Program Grant APP1016919. 2012-2016. (extended 2017).  Total budget: $5,242,755.
  8. Title: The Integrated Atlas of Drug and Alcohol Care in Metropolitan Sydney and Improving the capacity of NSW Health Services to integrate evidence-based technological treatments for comorbid mental health and alcohol/other drug use problems into routine care. CIs: Professor Maree Teesson, Professor Luis Salvador-Carulla, Associate Professor Frances Kay-Lambkin, Professor Tim Shaw and Associate Professor Katherine Mills.  University of New South Wales – University of Sydney Mou Grant Scheme. (30 June 2017 - 31 December 2017). $20,000.
  9. Title: ‘Community Pharmacists and People at Risk of Suicide: An Examination of Experiences, Attitudes, and Stigma’. CIA Claire O´Reilly. CIs: T Chen, D Gardner, A Murphy, A Rosen, L Salvador-Carulla, F Burge, S Kutcher, S Eward, D Himmelman. Funding Source: Pharmacy Council of NSW. AHPRA Reg Number: AHA0001034987. Aug 2016-July2017. AUS $9,233
  10. Title: Evidence-informed Expert Commentary and Conceptual Review. 2016 Sax Institute/Australian Commission for Safety and Quality in Health Care. $50,000. Applying Complex Adaptive System thinking to Australian Health Care. CIs: Carmen Huckel-Schneider, Joachim Sturmberg, James A Gillespie, Andrew Wilson, Sue Lukersmith, Luis Salvador-Carulla. 2016 Sax Institute/Australian Commission for Safety and Quality in Health Care. $25,000
  11.  Title: What is the State of the Art in Person-centred Care? CIs: Sue Lukersmith, Luis Salvador-Carulla, Joachim Sturmberg, Carmen Huckel-Schneider, Andrew Wilson, James A Gillespie, 2016 Sax Institute/Australian Commission for Safety and Quality in Health Care.  $25,000.
  12. Title: “Models of care for community mental health”. CIs: Dr J Smith-Merry, J Gillespie, L Salvador-Carulla. 2016 Sax Institute/ Agency for Clinical Innovation (ACI) and Murrumbidgee Local Health District. $25,000.
  13.  Title: The Integrated Mental Health Atlas of Far West – New South Wales. CIA: L. Salvador-Carulla. Dates (April 2015-February 2016). The Mental Health Commission of New South Wales. Budget  198,000 AUD.
  14.  Title: Building-blocks for evidence-informed Mental Health decision making in Sydney Local Health District step 2: development of a profile card (June 2015-June 2016). Funded by Sydney Local Health District.  $58,312
  15.  Title: From Expert to Enabler: what about social purpose? The impact of significant policy reform in two community settings. CIA J Smith-Merry. CIs L Salvador-Carulla & Ivy Chen. Project number: 2016/537
  16.  Title: Improving and evaluating recovery and system integration in mental health. WentWest and Partners in Recovery: (June 2014-April 2015). J Smith-Merry (CIA), J Gillespie, L Salvador-Carulla, I Yen. Funded by WentWest / PHN Western Sydney.  $74,386
  17.  Title: AR-DRG Classification System Development and Refinement ServicesFunding Source: Commonwealth of Australia as represented by the Independent Hospital Pricing      Authority (IHPA) (Tender)  Project Leader: Professor Richard MaddenRole in the project: Expert advisor on Mental Health Classification and with link to EuroDRGs.Other participant organisations: Contract between  Independent Hospital Pricing Authority (IHPA) on behalf of the Commonwealth and University of Sydney (NCCH) Dates: 1 July 2013  to July 2015
  18. Title: Disability and health: people with disabilities and professionals’ views on access to health services in Western Sydney. Funding Source: UWS Internal Research Scheme Grant (Internal competitive grant). Project Leader: Dr Gisselle Gallego. Role in the project: Principal Investigator. Other participant organisations: University of Sydney. Dates: 1 Jan 2013  to Dec 2013. Budget $21,625 AU

EUROPEAN COMMISSION

  1. Title: EMPOWER. European platform to promote wellbeing and health in the workplace. Funding Source: European Commission: Horizon 2020 – the Framework Programme for Research and Innovation (2014-2020); Call: SC1-BHC-22-2019. Ref 20191111. CIA: Beatriz Olaya (Foundation Sant Joan de Deu, Barcelona, Spain)…. CIE: Luis Salvador-Carulla (ANU).1 January 2020-30 December 2003. Total Budget: €3,993,398.75.
  2. Title: PECUNIA: ProgrammE in Costing, resource use measurement and outcome valuation for Use in multi-sectoral National and International health economic evaluAtions. H2020 Ref No. Disability Ref AMD-779292-1. Funding Source: Horizon 2020 Research innovation Programme, European Commission.  Partners: Medizinische Universitaet Wien, Universitaetsklinikum Hamburg-Eppendorf, Budapesti    Corvinus Egyetem, Universiteit Maastricht, Erasmus Universiteit Rotterdam, Servicio Canario de la  Salud, Asociación Científica Psicost, London School of Economics and Political Science, University of Bristol, EURICE – European Research and Project Office GmbH. Project Leader: Prof Judit Simon. Role in the project Luis Salvador-Carulla: Principal Investigator (Psicost, Spain). Dates: 1 Jan 2018  to Dec 2021 Budget €2,999,943,75
  3. Title: REFINEMENT (Financing systems’ effects on the Quality of Mental health care in Europe) nEuropean Commission: 7th Framework Programme Ref 261459 (FP/-Health-2010-Single-Stage) National coordinator (Spain) (PI intnl project: F Amaddeo)Other participants: Universita’ Degli Studi Di Verona Italy: F Amaddeo, Ludwig Boltzmann Gesellschaft Austria: H Katschnig, London School Of Economics: D McDaid, Terveyden Ja Hyvinvoinnin Laitos Finland: Wahlbeck K., Stiftelsen Sintef Norway:  V Halsteini, University Of Tartu Estonia: Raul Kiivet and Taavi Lai, Universite Paris Xii - Val De Marne France : Karine Chevreul , Institutul De Prognoza Economica Romania Carmen Beatrice Pauna 2010-2013 €1,110,000
  4. Title: TRINNODD (Transfer of Innovation in Dual Diagnosis) European Commission: Programme Leonardo da Vinci Ref: LU/08/LLP-LdV/TOI-156002Programme D’education et de Formation Tout Au Long de la Vie Transfert D’innovation, Projets Multilateraux National coordinator (Spain). (R Cecotto IP). AEECRM Spanish Society for the Study of Mental Retardation. Other participants: APEMH – Parents’ Association of Mentally Handicapped Children: R Cecotto,  ARFIE – Association for Research and Training on Integration in Europe CTE SRL – Private Institute for Rehabilitation, FENACERCI – National Federation of Social Solidarity Cooperatives: Sonia Fontes, SIRM – Italian Society for the Study of Mental Retardation: G LaMalfa, F Silviani, M Bertelli, UCOS – One Child, One Hope Foundation: E Tudorache2008-2010 €207,200
  5. Title: eDESDE-LTC  “A standard coding system for international comparison of services for persons with disabilities”European Commission. Executive Agency of Health and consumers (EAHC) Ref: A/101111  International project coordinator (PI –CIA: L Salvador-carulla). PSICOST (Spain), London School of Economics (LSE) (UK), SINTEF (Norway). University of Viena (Austria), IRIO (Slovenia), SHA (Bulgaria) 2008-2010   €449.895.39
  6. Title: POMONA-II “Health Indicators for people with Intellectual Disability: Using an indicator set”. European Commission Health & Consumer Protection DG. Ref: Public Health OJ 2004/C62/04. National coordinator (Spain) : LSC. 2005-2008 € 33.071,35*
  7. Title: DECLOC “Comparative cost analysis: Community-based services as an alternative to institutions”. European Comisión: Employment, Social Affaire and Equal Opportunities”.Ref: VC/2005/0344. National coordinator (Spain): LSC. PSICOST (Spain),Universidad de Kent de Canterbury (Reino Unido), Universidad de Uppsala(Suecia), Universidad de Ghent (Bélgica), Universidad de Groningen(Holanda),Universidad de Siegen (Alemania), Universidad de Aristotle de Tessaloniki(Grecia), Hospital Bambino Gésu(Italia): 2005-2007                            €52.667,02 *
  8. Title: MHEEN-II “Mental Health Economics European Network”.European Comisión Health & Consumer Protection DG. Public Health.Ref 2004120. National coordinator (Spain): LSC Hosp. Policlínico de Verona G.B. Rossi (Italy), Universidad de Cádiz (Spain), Universidad de Macedonia (Greece), Esc. Economía y C.Políticas de Londres (Portugal), Universidad Católica de Leuven (Belgium), Univ. Mastricht (NL), Univ. Economía y Admon de Empresas (Austria), CEPS/INSTED (Luxemburg), Esc. Economía y C. Políticas de Londres (Irland), Admon de Seguridad Laboral y Salud (Island), Condado de North Jutland (Denmark), Health Economics Stockholm (Sweden), SINTEF Unimed (Norway), Esc. Tampere de Salud Pública (Finland): 2005-2007                                                            €35.148,43 
  9. Title: EQM-PD “European Quality Management for Professionals working with Persons with Disability“.European Commission Program Leonardo da Vinci.Ref: 2003-A/03/B/F/PP. Asociacia organizacii zdravotne postihnutych obcanov SR (Eslovaquia), Centro de Investigación en Minusvalías-Universidad de Cádiz (Spain), European Association of Social Service Providers (Bélgica), FundatiaH (Rumanía), Interessensvertretung behinderter ArbeitnehmerInnen (Austria), Lebenshilfe Graz und Umgebung-Voitsberg (Austria), Marie Curie Association (Bulgaria), SIGA (Polonia), SINN (Austria), Szechenyi Istvan University (Hungría), Wyzsza szkola humanistyczno-economiczna w Lodzi (Polonia).20032006 €31.482,73*
  10. Title: MHEEN-I “Mental Health Economics European Network“.European Commission Public Health Program DG3.Ref: SPC20022397National coordinator (Spain)Hosp. Policlínico de Verona G.B. Rossi (Italia), Universidad de Cádiz (España), Universidad de Macedonia (Grecia), Esc. Economía y C.Políticas de Londres (Portugal), Universidad Católica de Leuven (Bélgica), Univ. Mastricht (Países Bajos), Univ. Economía y Admon de Empresas (Austria), CEPS/INSTED (Luxemburgo), Esc. Economía y C. Políticas de Londres (Irlanda), Admon de Seguridad Laboral y Salud (Islandia), Condado de North Jutland (Dinamarca), Economía de Salud de Estocolmo (Suecia), SINTEF Unimed (Noruega), Esc. Tampere de Salud Pública (Finlandia).2002-2004.  €41000 *
  11. Title: POMONA “Health Indicators for People with Intellectual Disability in the Member States“. European Commission Public Health Program DG3. Ref: SPC 20022425. National University of Ireland (Irlanda), University of Mastricht (Holanda), University of Wales College of Medicine (Reino Unido), Univ. Of Dortmund (Alemania), Univ. de Viena (Austria), Stg G. Kinsbergen (Bélgica), Kajaani, Rinnekoti (Finlandia), Montpellier (Francia), LEV (Dinamarca), Universidad de Cádiz (España), OASI, Sicily (Italia), APEMH+ARFIE (Luxemburgo), Stockholm (Suecia): 2002-2004.     €48,000*
  12. Title: IDRESNET-II “Intellectual Disability Research Network”.European Commission Public Health Program DG3.Ref: SPC 20022425National University of Ireland (Irlanda), University of Mastricht (Holanda), University of Wales College of Medicine (Reino Unido), Univ. Of Dortmund (Alemania), Univ. de Viena (Austria), Stg G. Kinsbergen (Bélgica), Kajaani, Rinnekoti (Finlandia), Montpellier (Francia), LEV (Dinamarca), Universidad de Cádiz (España), OASI, Sicily (Italia), APEMH+ARFIE (Luxemburgo), Stockholm (Suecia): 2002-2004.  €48.000*
  13. Title: IDRESNET-I “Intellectual Disability Research Network”.European Social Fund.Ref: QLAM-2001-00052Universidad de Cádiz,Universidad de Kent de Canterbury (Reino Unido), Universidad de Uppsala(Suecia), Universidad de Ghent (Bélgica), Universidad de Groningen(Holanda),Universidad de Siegen (Alemania), Universidad de Aristotle de Tessaloniki(Grecia), Hospital Bambino Gésu(Italia).   2001-2003. €10.071*
  14. Title: MEROPE “Standardising criteria for Mental Health Assessment in adults with mental retardation: an European perspective”. Program Biomed-2.Ref: PL 96/3760 National coordiantor (Spain) Universidad de Cádiz.1998 2001  €16.828,34 €*
  15. Title:  “The assessment of integration and Quality of Life (QoL) in mentally retarded adults.Section: Funtional Rehabilitation” (Working Group Nº 3).  Program Helios II. Exchange and Information Activities. European Commission. FSE.National coordinator (Spain): Universidad de Cádiz.1995-1997  €3,005,06 *
  16. Title: EPCAT. “Psychiatric rehabilitation: Standardization of procedures for the assessment of activities and cost/benefits”. BIOMED. Ref: CT94-1304National coordinator (Spain). Universidad de Cádiz.1994 1998  €18,030,36*
  17. Title:  “Vocational Assessment in Mental Handicap. Proyecto Horizon nº32”.FSE (Fondo Social Europeo)- CICYT.Ref: SEC92-0862 / ERB-PL-963760Project coordinator - PI (Spain). Universidad de Cádiz, IMSERSO.1991-1993   109,643 €*         

CANADA (since 2015)

  1. Title: Community pharmacists and people at risk of suicide: an examination of experiences, attitudes, and stigma. PIA:Profs. Andrea Murphy/David Gardner. T. Chen, C. O’Reilly, L. Salvador-Carulla, A Rosen.  College of Pharmacy, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. Dalhousie Pharmacy Endowment Fund, Nov 2015.
  2. Title: Developing a taxonomy to define bridging activities at the nexus of aging and disability.  PIA: Prof Emily Nalder. Pis: Spindel, A., Bickenbach, J., Putnam, M., Salvador-Carulla, L., Mendez, J., & Batliwalla,N.  Rehabilitation Sciences Institute, University of Toronto. Canadian Institute for Health Research Planning and Dissemination Grant, # 363747 Dates: 05/2016-04/2017. Value: CAN $20,000.
  3. 2018 DDPCP Canadian Consensus Guidelines. CIA: W Sullivan. Developmental Disabilities Primary Care Program funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care and the Ontario Ministry of Community and Social Services. Toronto, Canadian Family Physician Association (CFP), 2018.

SPAIN (since 2015)

  1. Title: Assessment of Relative technical efficiency of small mental health áreas in Andalucia (Spain). Social and Economic Impact of commonmental disorders in Spain. [Evaluación de la eficiencia técnica relativa de pequeñasáreas sanitarias en salud mental en la comunidad autónomade Andalucía. Estimación del Impacto Economico y Social de los Trastornos Mentales Comunes en España].                      Funding Source:  Dirección General de Investigación y Transferencia del Conocimiento. Partners: FUNDACIÓN UNIVERSIDAD LOYOLA ANDALUCIA and ANU (Australia). CIs: ML Rodero, … L Salvador-Carulla  REF: PY18-RE-0022 . Budget 105.800,00 euros. Dates: 30 months (2020-2022)
  2. Title: Estimación del Impacto Economico y Social de los Trastornos Mentales Comunes en España Funding Source:  Proyecto de Investigacion en Salud, Instituto Carlos III. Ref: PI18/01521 CIA: Carlos Garcia-Alonso. CIE Luis Salvador-Carulla. Universidad Loyola Andalucia – Asociacion Cientifica PSICOST. 2018-2022. 24,400 euros
  3. Title: Blind.wiki Sydney. (Visual Arts and Disabilities) Funding source: Programa para la Internacionalización de la Cultura Española (PICE) de AC/E (Ministerio de Asuntos Exteriores, España). Ref PM201503AVS9059 Project Leader (CIA): Luis Salvador-Carulla. CIs: Antoni Abad, Paula Llull.  Centre for Disability Research and Policy, Faculty of Health Sciences, University of Sydney. October 2015. $2,500. Project selected for the Art Venice Biennale 2017
  4. Title:  Diseño y desarrollo de un sistema para la evaluación de intervenciones y políticas en la gestión de la salud mental de Gipuzkoa. Financiado por el Departamento de Salud del Gobierno Vasco, y desarrollado por la Universidad Loyola Andalucía. CIA C Garcia-Alonso. CIs JA Salinas, L Salvador-Carulla 2017. 9,000 euros
  5. Title: Diseño y desarrollo de un sistema para la evaluación de intervenciones y políticas en la gestión de la salud mental de Bizkaia. Financiado por el Departamento de Salud del Gobierno Vasco, y desarrollado por la Universidad Loyola Andalucía. CIA C Garcia-Alonso. CIs JA Salinas, L Salvador-Carulla 2017. 6,000 euros.
  6. Title: “Evaluación del malestar subjetivo en la esquizofrenia: Validación y viabilidad de la Escala PRE en España. Estudio PRE-España”. Ministerio de Sanidad, Servicios Sociales e Igualdad. Code: PI16/00647. Investigadora Principal (CIA): Berta Moreno Küstner. Investigadores colaboradores: Cristina Romero López-Alberca (Unidad de Gestión Clínica Salud Mental del Hospital Universitario Puerto Real de Cádiz), Luis Salvador Carulla (Universidad de Sydney, Australia), Jordi Cid Colom (Instituto de Investigaciones Biomédicas de Gerona), Juan Luis González Caballero (Universidad de Cádiz), Isabel Ruíz Delgado (Unidad de Gestión Clínica del Hospital Regional de Málaga), Regina Vila Badia (Parc Sanitari Sant Joan de Déu de Barcelona), Massimo Moscarelli (International Center of Mental Health Policy and Economics de Milán, Italia). Fecha de inicio: Enero, 2017; Fecha fin: Diciembre, 2019. 22.990 €.
  7. Title: Evaluación de la eficiencia técnica relativa de pequeñas áreas de salud mental de Gipuzkoa. Funding source:  Departamento de Sanidad y Consumo del Gobierno Vasco, y desarrollado por la Universidad Loyola Andalucía.Project leader: C Gaarcia-Alonso. CIs: Team: José Alberto Salinas Pérez, Mencía Ruiz Gutiérrez-Colosia, María Luisa Rodero Cosano, Nerea Almeda Martínez, L Salvador-Carulla . 2014-2015 Funding: 6,000 euros.
  8. Title: Efecto de los sistemas de financiación en la calidad de la salud mental en España. Financiado por la Ayuda a Proyectos de Investigación en Salud del Instituto de Salud Carlos III. Centro solicitante: Universidad Loyola Andalucía. 2016-2018.
  9. Title: Indicadores y estado de salud en discapacidad intelectual Pomona-EspañaFunding source: Instituto de Salud Carlos III. Fondo de Investigación Sanitaria. Ministerio de Economía y Competitividad. Project Leader: Prof. Luis Salvador Carulla. Role in the project: Main Researcher until 2013 ( then expet advisor) Other participant organisation: Fundació Villablanca, Institut de Investigació Sanitaria Pere Virgili, Parc Sanitari Sant Joan de Deu, FEAPS.Dates: January 2013-December 2015Budget: 81.070,00€

UNITED STATES

  1. Title: MH/DD (Mental Health and Developmental Disabilities). NIMH  “Research, Education and Training Program” Ref. NIMH/NIH R25 MH071286Principal Investigator: A/Prof K Munir (Harvard Medical School) Role: Faculty Mentor2009-2011

QATAR

  1. Title: Atlas of  Mental Health of Qatar. Ministry of Public Health of Qatar, Hamad Medical Coorporation’s Mental Health Service. CIA Luis Salvador-Carulla. Other investigators: Nasser Bagheri, JA Salinas S 2018-2019 (AUS $30,000)

 

 

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