Gómez Bravo

Specialist of Family and Community Medicine (Madrid, 2009), Expert in Mental Health in Primary Care (2009) and Expert in Quality Management in Health Care (2011).  Chief of Residents (2009-2010) at the Emergency Department of University Hospital La Paz, Madrid. Involved in Medical Education, mentoring residents and students in the same Hospital and at “Universidad Autónoma de Madrid ”(2009-2012), as a lecturer teaching new technologies and communication skills. 

She has combined always different working environments, working as a clinician and consultant in different Emergency Departments (Hospital La Paz, Madrid and Hospital Can Misses, Ibiza), realizing teaching audits in several Hospitals in Spain, working as Freelance QA Editor for BMJ Best Practice and Learning and lately being a member of the team of the WHO collaborative centre of the Andalusian School of Public Health in integrated health services based on Primary Health Care.

She is member of the International section of the Spanish Scientific Society of Family and Community Medicine (semFYC) and member of the Executive of the Special Interest Group of Family Violence of WONCA (SIGFV).

In May 2016 she joined the research group Self-Regulation and Health as a Doctoral Researcher under the supervision of Prof. Dr Claus Vögele. 

Her research interests include:

  • Medical Education
  • eHealth
  • Family Violence
  • Gender Violence
  • Primary Care
  • Leadership
  • Quality 
  • Social Media
  • Emergencies
  • Rural Medicine
Research interests
Medical Education
Family Violence
Gender Violence
Primary Care
General Practice

Latest content Raquel Gomez Bravo took part in

Behavioural & Cognitive Sciences
The impacts of COVID-19 on our sexual and reproductive health
An international study, in which the University of Luxembourg is taking part, is launching an online survey to better understand the impacts of the health crisis on sexual health, intimate violence and access to essential reproductive health products and services.
Behavioural & Cognitive Sciences
Using e-learning to combat domestic violence
Domestic violence costs European countries billions of Euros a year in terms of healthcare and economic downturn.
The aim of a new project in the Institute of Health and Behaviour is to develop an on-line training to improve doctor's response to domestic violence.