Vítor Manuel dos Reis Raposo is Assistant Professor at the Faculty of Economics of the University of Coimbra (FEUC). PhD in Business Management and Organization, in the area of Science Systems in Organizations, in the University of Coimbra (2008); Master of Science in Information Management in Organizations, in the area of Scientific Management Methods (1998); graduated in Business Management and Organization (1994).
Researcher of the Centre of Health Studies and Research of the University of Coimbra (CEISUC), since February 1998; President of the Association for University Extension/Faculty of Economics, University of Coimbra, since May 2015; Member of the Directive Board of CEISUC, since June 2013 and between 2000-2008; contributor of the Portuguese Observatory of Health Systems (OPSS), since June 2001; member of the Portuguese Health’s Economics Association (APES), since October 2003; Member of the Directive Board of the Portuguese Health’s Economics Association (APES) between 2003-2008.
Is author and co-author of several books, chapters of books, articles in national and international journals with referee (Patient Education and Counseling, Quality in Primary Care, Family Practice).
Governing Hospitals in Europe (2009-2011) – World Health Organization and European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies;
Hospital Governance in Europe (2004-2005) – funded by the European Association of Hospital Managers and the European Hospitals and Healthcare Federation;
Implementation of patient involvement instruments to improve general practice care for older people in Europe – IMPROVE (2000-2003).
National: Satisfaction Monitoring of Primary Health Care users (2014-2015) for the Central Administration of the Health System;
Attitudes and Beliefs of Clinicians and Managers in the Governance of Portuguese Hospitals (2010-2011);
EUROPEP 2003/2004 - The voice of Health Centres users (2003-2005);
Assessment of Satisfaction with Private Health Care (2002).