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Daniel Felipe Martin Suarez-Baquero

Postdoctoral Fellow, ACTIONS Program, University of California-San Francisco
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About Daniel Felipe

Suarez-Baquero received his Ph.D. in Nursing from the University of Texas at Austin and his BSN and MSN in Maternal/Perinatal Nursing Care from the Universidad Nacional de Colombia. His research and practice concern Latina/e’s reproductive health experiences, community/cultural memory of ethnic minoritized women, and nursing theory.

Contributions

In the News

"Abortion Doesn’t Have to Be an Either-Or Conversation," Daniel Felipe Martin Suarez-Baquero (with Linda Franck, Monica R. McLemore, Amy Alspaugh, Renée Mehra, Nikki Lanshaw, and Toni Bond), Health, Scientific American, December 8, 2021.
Daniel Felipe Martin Suarez-Baquero quoted by Spectrum News Staff, "UT Nursing Students Translate COVID-19 Information to Spanish" Spectrum News 1, April 30, 2020.
Daniel Felipe Martin Suarez-Baquero quoted by Nataleah Small, "UT Nursing Students Translate About Diagnosing, Managing COVID-19 Into Spanish" The Daily Texan, April 21, 2020.
Daniel Felipe Martin Suarez-Baquero quoted by Natalie Martinez, "UT Students Translate COVID-19 Handbook Into Spanish" Fox7 Austin, April 16, 2020.
Daniel Felipe Martin Suarez-Baquero quoted , "Nursing Students Translate COVID-19 Handbook into Spanish" UT News, April 14, 2020.

Publications

"Accompanying the Path of Maternity: The Life History of a Colombian Doula." The Journal of Perinatal Education 30, no. 3 (forthcoming).

Discusses the path to becoming a doula evolved from life experiences involving health inequities, and a sense of femininity, maternity, and the women's role in rural Colombia.

"The Embodiment of Traditional Parteria in the Columbian Pacific Region" Qualitative Health Research 32, no. 2 (2021).

Discusses philosophical reflections and implications of knowing other world perspectives, describing a sensitive triad central in theTraditional Partería practice.

"Critical Analysis of the Nursing Metaparadigm in Spanish-Speaking Countries Is the Nursing Metaparadigm Universal?" ANS 44, no. 2 (2021): 111-122.

Intends to facilitate an awareness with which researchers can overcome language barriers in theoretical development for settings in which English-speaking and Spanish-speaking nurses must work together, sensitivity to differences in linguistic nuances is important.

"Expanding the Conceptualisation of the Art of Caring" Scandinavaian Journal of Caring Sciences 35, no. 3 (2021): 860-870.

Provides tools to help nurses to understand and be understood regardless of linguistic differences.

"Rural Women in Columbia, Facing the Postconflict: A Qualitative Synthesis" (with Martha Patricia Bejarano-Beltrán and Jane Dimmitt Champion). Trauma, Violence, & Abuse (2021).

Comprises 10 categories and 20 subcategories that provide support to the inductive qualitative synthesis. Provides a comprehensive synthesis of the Colombian armed conflict focused on the victimization of women.

"Traditional Partería Providing Women’s Health Care in Latin America: A Qualitativetive Synthesis" (with Jane Dimmitt Champion). International Nursing Review 68, no. 4 (2021): https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/inr.12719.

Refers to ancestral knowledge used by laypersons, mainly parteras tradicionales, to provide health care to women and children. Initiates prior to formalization of health care continues today.