Maria Montserrat Gil Girbau
The researcher Mª Montserrat Gil Girbau has a degree in Pharmacy and has a Master's Degree in Assistive Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Care from the University of Barcelona (UB). She obtained her Doctor of Pharmacy degree from the UB in January 2020.
She is a researcher in the research group in Primary Care and Mental Health (PRISMA) of the San Juan de Dios Research Institute and an expert in Qualitative Research. It belongs to the Research Network on Preventive Activities and Health Promotion (redIAPP).
She is currently working on various projects related to pharmacological adherence and strategic planning projects in mental health in municipalities and regions throughout Catalonia.
She is a member and a reference for adherence in the "Spanish Society of Family and Community Pharmacy" (SEFAC) of Catalonia.
She has more than 15 years of experience in Community Pharmacy and subsequent influxration into research since 2014.
Professional network profiles
- Represas-Carrera F, Couso-Viana S, Méndez-López F, Masluk B, Magallón-Botaya R, Recio-Rodríguez JI, Pombo H, Leiva-Rus A, Maria Montserrat Gil Gribau, Motrico E, Martí-Lluch R, Gude F and Clavería A Effectiveness of a Multicomponent Intervention in Primary Care That Addresses Patients with Diabetes Mellitus with Two or More Unhealthy Habits, Such as Diet, Physical Activity or Smoking: Multicenter Randomized Cluster Trial (EIRA Study). INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF ENVIRONMENTAL RESEARCH AND PUBLIC HEALTH . 18(11): .
- Peñarrubia-María MT, Maria Montserrat Gil Gribau, Maria del Carmen Gallardo González, Aznar-Lou, Ignacio, Serrano-Blanco A, Mendive Arbeloa JM, Garcia-Cardenas, Victoria, Sanchez-Vinas, Alba and Rubio-Valera M Non-initiation of prescribed medication from a Spanish health professionals' perspective: A qualitative exploration based on Grounded Theory HEALTH & SOCIAL CARE IN THE COMMUNITY . : .
- Maria Iglesias Gonzalez, Maria Montserrat Gil Gribau, Peñarrubia-María MT, Blanco-García E, Fernández-Vergel R, Serrano-Blanco A, Carbonell-Duacastella C, Alonso J and Rubio-Valera M Barriers and opportunities for the treatment of mild-to-moderate depression with a watchful waiting approach. PATIENT EDUC COUNS . 104(3): 611-619.