Ivet Bayes Marin
Ayudante de investigación
Epidemiology and Health Care
Ivet Bayés Marín graduated in Psychology, with a specialization in Clinical and Health Psychology in 2013 from the University Barcelona. She then pursued his Master's Degree in General Health Psychology (MUPGS) at the same university, where he obtained his degree in 2015.
Since 2016 she has been working as a researcher at Sant Joan de Déu Health Park, where she participates in several projects of the research group: Ageing Trajectories of Health: Longitudinal Opportunities and Synergies (ATHLOS); Mental health, physical and functional trajectories: evaluation of an adult Spanish population cohort; Mental Disorders in Immigrant and Refugee Population: Prevalence, Associated Factors and Received Treatment; and Postmigration Health and Wellness Study: Detection of Psychosocial and Health Needs. In addition, he is doing his dissertation within the doctoral program "Medicine and Translational Research", at the Faculty of Medicine, at the University of Barcelona.
- Bayes-Marin I, Sánchez-Niubó A, Fernández D, Haro JM and Olaya B Risk of all-cause mortality associated with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and the role of healthy ageing trajectories: a population-based study of middle-aged and older adults. BMJ Open . 11(7): e050947.
- Sánchez-Niubó A, Forero CG, Wu YT, Giné-Vázquez I, Prina M, De La Fuente J, Daskalopoulou C, Critselis E, De La Torre-Luque A, Panagiotakos D, Arndt H, Ayuso-Mateos JL, Bayes-Marin I, Bickenbach J, Bobak M, Caballero FF, Chatterji S, Egea-Cortés L, García-Esquinas E, Leonardi M, Koskinen S, Koupil I, Mellor-Marsá B, Olaya B, Pajak A, Prince M, Raggi A, Rodríguez-Artalejo F, Sanderson W, Scherbov S, Tamosiunas A, Tobias-Adamczyk B, Tyrovolas S and Haro JM Development of a common scale for measuring healthy ageing across the world: results from the ATHLOS consortium. INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF EPIDEMIOLOGY . 50(3): 880-892.
- Nguyen H, Chua KC, Dregan A, Vitoratou S, Bayes-Marin I, Olaya B and Prina AM Factors Associated With Multimorbidity Patterns in Older Adults in England: Findings From the English Longitudinal Study of Aging (ELSA). JOURNAL OF AGING AND HEALTH . 32(9): 1120-1132.