Regina Vila Badia
Ayudante de investigación
The researcher Regina Vila-Badia graduated in Psychology in 2014 from the University of Barcelona and in 2018 received the title of Master General Health. Currently pursuing the Master's Degree in Neuropsychology at the Open University of Catalonia. From 2019 she benefits from a predoctoral fellowship that can be enjoyed until 2022.
- Vila-Badia R, del Cacho N, Butjosa Molines A, Serra-Arumí C, Esteban Santjusto M, Abella M, Cuevas-Esteban J, Morelló G, Pardo M, Muñoz Samons D, Group PROFEP and Usall J Prevalence and types of childhood trauma in first episode psychosis patients. Relation with clinical onset variables. JOURNAL OF PSYCHIATRIC RESEARCH . 146: 102-108.
- Vila-Badia R, del Cacho N, Butjosa Molines A, Ochoa S, Serra-Arumí C, Marina Esteban Sanjusto, Pardo M, Dolz M, Casado-Ortega A, Coromina M, Usall J and PROFEP Grup Cognitive functioning in first episode psychosis. Gender differences and relation with clinical variables. EARLY INTERVENTION IN PSYCHIATRY . 15(6): 1667-1676.
- Calderon-Mediavilla M, Vila-Badia R, Dolz M, Butjosa Molines A, Barajas A, del Cacho N, Sánchez Fernández B, Pardo M, Baños I, Usall J, Ochoa S, GENIPE Group and PROFEP Group Depressive symptoms and their relationship with negative and other psychotic symptoms in early onset psychosis. EUROPEAN CHILD & ADOLESCENT PSYCHIATRY . 30(9): 1383-1390.
- Project name:
- Ajuts per a estudis o projectes fora de Catalunya
- Regina Vila Badia
- Funding entities:
- Fundació Universitària Agustí Pedro i Pons
- Fund. Agustí Pedró i Pons
- Starting - finishing date:
- 2021 - 2021
A study published in the Journal of Psychiatric Research and conducted by Regina Vila, a predoctoral researcher, and led by Dr. Judith Usall, co-coordinator of the Ethiopathogenesis and Treatment of Severe Mental Disorders (MERITT) group at the Institut de Recerca Sant Joan de Déu, analyzes factors and sociodemographic variables that may influence the onset and evolution of a first episode psychotic.
Study reveals that a high percentage of children and adolescents with early onset psychosis suffer from clinical depression
A study carried out by researchers from the Institut Sant Joan de Déu and the Parc Sanitari Sant Joan de Déu reveals that a high percentage of children and adolescents with early onset psychosis suffer from clinical depression. The article has been published in the scientific journal European Child & Adolescent Psychiatry.