Gynecology & Obstetrics

Gynecology & Obstetrics
Open Access

ISSN: 2161-0932

Jose Luis Turabian

Jose Luis Turabian

Jose Luis Turabian
Department of Family Medicine
Complutense University, Spain


Dr. José Luis Turabian is having specialisation in Family and Community Medicine. He completed his studies from Complutense University, Madrid, Spain. He is presently a Family Doctor in the Health Center Industrial Park, Toledo, Spain. He is also a resident tutor of family medicine. He is a brilliant professor of numerous training courses in Family Medicine. He is a corresponding author and co-author of more than 300 publications, in medical journals including original research articles in well referenced Spanish journals of Family Medicine like Atención Primaria and Semergen. He is also an author of the books of Family Medicine: Apuntes, esquemas y ejemplos de Participación Comunitaria en la Salud; Cuadernos de Medicina de Familia y Comunitaria; Actividades Comunitarias en Medicina de Familia y Atención Primaria;. Educación Médica. Manual práctico para clínicos. Madrid: Editorial Médica Panamaericana; 2009. (Several Chapters); Cuentos de fantasmas para aprender medicina de familia. Haciendo conscientes los métodos para gestionar la incertidumbre en medicina de familia; Modelos de atención centrada en el “acompañante” del paciente. La familia y el contexto: en el borde de la relación médico-paciente en medicina de familia; The Family Doctors: Images and Metaphors of the Family Doctor to Learn Family Medicine; Relatos clínicos musicales de medicina de familia. Desarrollando las capacidades humanísticas de los médicos de familia mediante el arte.

Research Interest

-Mental health
-Morbilidad -Continuity, variability, context
-Cycle Family life and Genogram. Family
-Psycho-Social Factors -Interview And doctor-patient relationship
-Tools Diagnostic and therapeutic decisions.
-Teaching and training
-Fármacos And Family Medicine
-Qualitative research
-Humanidades Medical History of Medicine, Bioethics, Philosophy, History, Religion, Arts (Visual Arts (images, photos, video, painting, drawing, sculpture, photography), literature (prose, poetry, books, articles written (by example, stories from the perspective of patients, difficult events in our clinical practice), music (music, lyrics) and Reflect (cinema, theater), medical Epistemology, medical Education, medical Sociology, medical Anthropology, health Economics, Policy health, medical communication, cultural studies