María Martínez Vázquez  

Profesora asociada tipo 3 (ASOC-3)

Department Health Sciences
Knowledgment area Nursing
Research  Research group Grupo de Investigación Salud y Podología
Research lines No data available from Curriculum Management System at UDC. (SUXI).
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Teaching

Subjects taught

This section shows the teaching given in degrees, masters and other officers studies in last 6 years.

Subject and involved studies Distance hours Total hours
Final Year Dissertation
Degree in Podiatry
0 0
Work Placement I
Degree in Podiatry
0 70
Work Placement II
Degree in Podiatry
0 40
Work Placement III
Degree in Podiatry
0 70
Subject and involved studies Distance hours Total hours
Final Year Dissertation 0 10.5
Work Placement I 0 70
Work Placement II 0 40
Work Placement III 0 70
Subject and involved studies Distance hours Total hours
Final Year Dissertation
Degree in Podiatry
0 2
Work Placement I
Degree in Podiatry
0 45
Work Placement II
Degree in Podiatry
0 45
Work Placement III
Degree in Podiatry
0 90
Subject and involved studies Distance hours Total hours
Final Year Dissertation
Degree in Podiatry
0 2
Work Placement 2
Degree in Podiatry
0 49
Work Placement 3
Degree in Podiatry
0 91
Work Placement I
Degree in Podiatry
0 42
Subject and involved studies Distance hours Total hours
Final Year Dissertation
Degree in Podiatry
0 2
Work Placement 1
Degree in Podiatry
0 70
Work Placement 2
Degree in Podiatry
0 45
Work Placement 3
Degree in Podiatry
0 65
Subject and involved studies Distance hours Total hours
Work Placement 1
Degree in Podiatry
0 55
Work Placement 2
Degree in Podiatry
0 45
Work Placement 3
Degree in Podiatry
0 90

Research results

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Foot health-related quality of life among elderly with and without lesser toes deformities: a case-control study

Authors Daniel López López, María Martínez Vázquez, Marta Elena Losa Iglesias, César Calvo Lobo, David Rodríguez Sanz, Patricia Palomo López, Ricardo Becerro de Bengoa Vallejo
Journal Patient Peference and Adherence