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Research Papers

  • “Source” Country Perspective on the Migration of Highly Trained Health Personnel: Key Informant Interviews in South Africa, Jamaica, India and the Philippines
  • In Managing Environmental Risks to Food and Health Security in Southeast Asian Watersheds Annual Report No. 2 2011.:
    • Baseline Assessment of the Health Status of Households in the Santa Rosa Sub-watershed Area.
    • A Baseline Description of the Health-related Factors of Households in the Santa Rosa Sub-watershed Area
    • A Baseline Description of the Local Health Systems of Santa Rosa City, Laguna, Philippines: An Update.
    • A Baseline Description of the Dietary Diversity of Sentinel Households in the Santa Rosa Sub-watershed Area.
    • Baseline Assessment of Food Insecurity and Coping Strategies in Households in the Santa Rosa Sub-watershed Area.
    • Historical Accounts of Changes in the Quantity, Quality and Variety of Fishes and Vegetables Sold in Community Markets in Lakeshore Barangays in the Santa Rosa Sub-watershed Area.
    • Health Assessment on Environmental Pollutant Exposure among Community Residents near the Laguna Lake Area (A PILOT STUDY).
  • The Philippine Health Care System 2006. Philippine Nurses Association of America and Philippine Nurses Association 2006 Convention in Honolulu, Hawaii, January 25-27, 2006.
  • Philippines: The Challenge of Managing Migration, Retention and Return of Health Professionals. Presented during the International Health Policy Forum sponsored by Academy Health. February 8, 2006.
  • From Idealism to Pragmatism: The Saga of the University of the Philippines College of Medicine Graduate. Presented as the Second Centennial Colloquium Paper. May 27, 2005. Science Hall. U.P.-Philippine General Hospital, Manila, Philippines.
  • The Philippine Phenomenon of Doctors Becoming Nurses – A Looming Crisis in the Health Care Delivery Ssystem. Presented at the Annual Convention of the Association of Philippine Medical Colleges, January 2005; as the Lauro Panganiban Memorial Lecture of the Far Eastern University College of Medicine Anniversary, January 2005 the Antonio Sison Memorial Lecture of the Philippine College of Physicians in May 2005.
  • The Merging of Filipino Traditional Healing into Spa Health and Wellness. Presented during the International Spa Association Convention, May 5-7 2005, Singapore and during the Leisure Fare in Moscow, Russia, September 2005.
  • Commitments to Enhance Maternal Care: Prospects for Achieving Millennium Development Goal #5. Presented during the Review of the Philippine Commitment to Achieve the MDGs. Organized by the UNDP, Philippines. Dusit Hotel. Makati, Philippines. May 2005.
  • The New Scholars of the People: In the time of meningococcemia, jueteng, graft and corruption yet with a light at the end of the tunnel. Presented during the Opening Ceremonies for Fresh Students of School Year 2005-2006 of the University of the Philippines Manila, PhilAm Life Auditorium, June 2005.\\
  • Doctor Becoming Nurses: Economic, Political and Socio-Cultural Implications to the Philippine Health System. Manila Doctors’ Hospital Monday Scientific Forum, July 19, 2004, Ermita, Manila.
  • Current Issues and Controversies in Complementary and Alternative Medicine, at the 41st Annual Convention of the Philippine Pediatric Society, April 25, 2004 at the Philippine International Convention Center, Manila.
    • Bridging Knowledge and Reality in Philippine Medical Education The Association of Philippine Medical Colleges Foundation, Inc., 37th Annual Convention of the Association of Philippine Medical Colleges, January 24, 2004, Xavier Sports and Country Club, Cagayan De Oro City, Philippines.
  • Action Plan for Advocacy and Promotion of Patients’ Rights: Views from the Philippines, International Conference on Health and Human Rights, sponsored by The Asia Foundation, December, 2003, Taipeh, Taiwan
  • The Philippine Health System Under Devolution: Issues and Challenges: A Decade After at the The Dr. Fe Del Mundo Medical Center Foundation Philippines Inc.; 46th Foundation Day, November 26, 2003; Dr. Fe Del Mundo Medical Center Conference Hall,11 Banawe Ave., Quezon City, Philippines.
  • Elimination of Lymphatic Filariasis: A Strategy for Poverty Alleviation and Sustainable Development. Perspectives from the Philippines. Presented at the 2nd Meeting of the Global Alliance for the Elimination of Lymphatic Filariasis (GAELF) held in New Delhi, India on May 2-3, 2002.
  • Health Needs of the Filipinos: How They are Met, Problems and Coping Mechanisms. Presented during the British Council-University of the Philippines Manila Workshop on Social Health Insurance held at St. Benilde College, Manila, Philippines on April 8-10, 2002.
  • Doctors for the Twenty First Century. Commencement address given to the graduating medical students of the University of La Salle-College of Medicine in April 2001, the Perpetual Help-Jonelta Foundation College of Medicine in March 2002 and the University of the East Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center College of Medicine in May 2001.
  • Innovations in Family and Community Medicine in Asia and the Pacific Region in the 21st Century, presented during the closing plenary session of the WONCA (World Organization of Family Doctors) held in Christchurch, New Zealand, 19-24 June 2000
  • Philippines Health Sector Review and Review of the Australian Aid (AusAid) Health Programs in the Philippines, presented to the Australian Aid Mission on Developing a Health Strategy for the Philippines, May 2000
  • Challenges in Advocacy for the Health of Poor People in Asia, keynote address at the Asian Community Health Action Network (ACHAN) Advocacy Workshop, Bangkok, Thailand, 25 January 1999
  • Achieving Universal Coverage in Health Insurance: The Philippine Experience, delivered during the International Conference on Health Care Financing, Bangkok, Thailand sponsored by the European Union, 08-10 March 1998
  • The Medical Curriculum of the 21st Century: Humaneness and the Environment Intertwined delivered as the 12th Jose Cuyegkeng Memorial Lecture on December 11, 1996 at the Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center, Quezon City
  • Love, Courtship and Marriage, Health Care Style: The Public and Private Sectors’ Partnerships in the Provision of Health Services, delivered at the Second Regional Conference on Health Sector Reform: Issues Related to Private Sector Growth, 05-07 March 1996, Asian Development Bank, Manila
  • Into the Third Millennium: Government and NGOs for Health: The Philippine Experience Review, delivered at the International Conference on National Medicinal Drug Policies – the Way Forward held at the Manly Pacific Park Royal, Sydney Australia on October 8-11, 1995
  • Health Policy Development and Health Advocacy: New Emphases in Public Health Training, delivered during the Workshop on Public Health and Tropical Medicine
  • An Evaluation of the Knowledge, Attitudes and Skills of the Philippine Community Health Workers in Community-Based Health Programs, as part of the evaluation of selected community-based health programs and institutions in the Philippines, November 1990
  • Challenges of the Physicians of the 1990s, delivered at the Commencement Ceremonies of the Manila Central University College of Medicine Interns Class 1990, Asian Institute of Tourism, 30 April 1990
  • Primary Health Care: A Tool for National Recovery, delivered at the Second Teresita K. Briones Memorial Lecture sponsored by the Philippine Medical Women’s Association in Manila, 19 January 1987
  • Community-Based Primary Child Health Care, delivered at the 1986 Annual Convention of the Philippine Pediatric Society in Manila, 06 June 1986
  • Primary Health Care: Health in the Hands of the People, delivered at the Health Policy Development Series of the Task Force on People’s Health held in Manila, 07 May 1986
  • Description of the Process in the Training of Community Health Workers in the Philippines, presented at the First National Consultation on Urban Primary Health Care, 16-20 May 1985, Cebu City
  • Filipinos First, Doctors Second, Commencement Address at the 5th Graduation Ceremonies of Davao Medical School Foundation, 31 March 1985, Davao City, published in Primary Health Care Reader’s Series, May-June 1983, Council for Primary Health Care, Manila
  • A Monitoring System for the Training of Community Health Workers in Non-Government Community-Based Health Programs in the Philippines, thesis written in partial fulfilment of a Masters Degree in Public Health, Prince Leopold Institute of Tropical Medicine, Antwerp, Belgium, 1984
  • Structural Analysis of Health Program, presented at the SWADCAP, WHO, UNICEF Workshop on Psychosocial Aspects of Health Care, Manila, 1979. Published in Community-Based Primary Health Care, Where the Action Should Be, November 1979, United Nations Social Welfare and Development Center for Asia and the Pacific, Makati
  • Community-Based Health Program – the Samar-Leyte Experience, presented at the Christian Conference of Asia Mutual Self-Evaluation Workshop in Community Health, Sulawesi Tengah, Indonesia, June 1978
  • The Philosophy of Community-Based Health Program, published in the following:
      Het Ziekenhuis Helpt Je Niet, Gezondjeldzorg In De Filippijnen, April 1983, Stichting Medisch Comite Filippijnen, Amsterdam

    • Philippine Journal of Nursing, Manila, 1980
    • Community-Based Approach to Health, Selected Readings on CBHP, National Secretariat for Social Action, Manila, 1978
    • An Introduction to Community-Based Health Program, National Secretariat for Social Action, Manila, 1978
  • Religious Elements in Leyte-Samar Folk Medicine, presented at the Regional Conference on Filipino Psychology, sponsored by the Philippine Psychological Society, Tacloban City, January 1977. Published in Filipino Religious Psychology, edited by Leonardo V. Mercado, Divine Word University Publications, Tacloban City, 1977
  • Basic Christian Community-Community Organization (BCC-CO) Case History: The Community-Based Health Program in Samar, presented as a working paper at Basic Christian Community-Community Organization (BCC-CO) Orientation Workshop for Social Action Directors Sponsored by the Visayas Secretariat for Social Action, Cebu City, 1977
  • MAKAPAWA: A Community-Based Health Program, presented at the Group Training Course on the role of Social Work Education on Rural Development by the UNESCAP and University of the Philippines Institute of Social Work and Community Development (UPISWCD), Manila, November 1976
  • Strategies and Methods on Community-Based Health Programs, published in the following:
    • Community-Based Approach to Health: Selected Readings on CBHP, National Secretariat for Social Action, Manila, 1978
    • Rural Missionaries of the Philippines, Guide for Community-Based Health Programs First Revised Edition, Manila, 1976
  • A Medical Graduate’s Response to the Emerging Challenges in the Education of the Obstetrician and the Gynecologist, reaction paper presented at the 1975 Annual Convention of the Philippine Obstetrics and Gynecology Society, Manila, December 1975

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