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JULIETA GABIOLA, MD, RN BIO Julieta Gabiola, MD is a Clinical Professor of Medicine at Stanford University. She is an Educator’s for CARE faculty, teaching the Practice of Medicine at Stanford Medical School, while mentoring medical students longitudinally. She is involved in mentoring medical students with their MedScholar projects with focus on global health outreach programs. Her specialty is Internal Medicine with interest in chronic diseases like Hypertension and Diabetes. She is a Stanford CIGH faculty fellow.She practices Internal Medicine at Stanford Express Care, involved heavily in her foundation, ABC’s for Global Health with a mission to improve chronic disease management and outcomes in Filipinos in the Philippines and in the US. She collaborates with hospitals and universities in the Philippines to mitigate disparities in health care and improve health care access. She has partnered with institutions in the Philippines in research and health education. She provides opportunities for global health immersion in the Philippines to students from high school to medical school. She co-authored an interdisciplinary textbook in clinical assessment, published by Pearson. This book is poised to provide clinical assessment tools to various disciplines like medical students, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and other paramedical practitioners. She was also one of the authors for DISRUPT, a book by Filipina leaders with the idea that in order to effect change, we must be willing to disrupt the status quo.Most recently, she was instrumental in launching the first medical mobile clinic in Pampanga, Philippines with a vision to promote community outreach programs, continuity of care, education, prevention and research in health care. Focus is on improving health outcomes in chronic non- communicable diseases and decreasing health disparity. Specific target populations are: disenfranchised population with chronic cardiovascular diseases with limited access to care and the indigenous population (AETAS tribes).http://www.abcsforglobalhealth.orgShe is now involved with the planning and execution of Stanford Digital MEdIC in the Philippines where academic institutions and non- profit organizations partner with Stanford to enhance digital medical education.http://www.digitalmedic.comHer passions are teaching, community outreach programs, and integration of work and life balance. Her motto: LIVE LIFE EACH DAY!
Creation of medical mobile clinics in he Philippines as part of outreach programs to ensure continuity of care, enhance access, prevention and education to improve health and well-being of the population in underserved areas.
Telemedicine with telemonitoring and teleconsultation with use of doctorgram bluetooth enable vital signs in underserved areas
Preventive medicine research, education
Chronic disease management
Help rebuild medical infrastructure in Tacloban
ABC's for Global Health and Corporal Works of Mercy
Tacloban and surrounding areas
Sustainable medical mobile vans to serve the underprivileged
ABC's for Global Health
ABC's for Global Health and Manila Doctor's Hospital
Filipinos in the Philippines
medical care to communities in the Philipines
Philippine Medical Society of Northern California
In the Philippines where hypertension and prehypertension are prevalent and medication not affordable, we are looking into prevention of hypertension through education and lifestyle modification as a practical alternatives.