Dr. Antonietta Cappuccio is presently Workig as a Project Manager and Researcher in the Healthcare Area of ISTUD Foundation with particular expertise in Narrative Medicine and Qualitative research analisys. Dr.Cappuccio was born in Negrar in the year 17/11/1987. After a degree in pharmaceutical biotechnology at the University of Padua and a brief experience in research at the University of Lausanne, she attended the master "Scientists in Company” of ISTUD Foundation, through which she became familiar with the projects carried out by the Healthcare Area. Currently involved in research projects on healthcare and to deepen the knowledge of the Narrative Medicine, not only analyzing the stories of patients, caregivers and medical team, but also echoing this new approach to the doctor-patient relationship.
1. Qualitative Research
2. Narrative Medicine.
ï‚§ 1. Cappuccio A, Limonta T, Parodi A, Cristaudo A, Bugliaro F, Cannavò SP, Rossi O, Gurioli C, Vignoli A, Parente R, Iemoli E, Caldarola G, Pità O, Nuzzo SD, Cancian M, Potenza C, Caminati M, Stingeni L, Saraceno R, Trevisini S, Piccirillo A, Sciarrone C, Panebianco R, Gola M, Costanzo A, Grieco T, Massaroni K, Reale L, Marini MG. “Living with Chronic Spontaneous Urticaria in Italy: A Narrative Medicine Project to Improve the Pathway of Patient Care.” Acta Derm Venereol. 2016 Jun 8. [Epub ahead of print]
ï‚§ 2. “Storie Luminose. Esperienze di straordinaria quotidianità nei racconti delle persone che vivono con la sclerosis multipla”, Sole 24 Ore Cultura, 2015
ï‚§ 3. CAPPUCCIO, A., et al. 'Living with chronic urticaria': a study through narrative medicine to improve the quality of care. In: ALLERGY. 111 RIVER ST, HOBOKEN 07030-5774, NJ USA: WILEY-BLACKWELL, 2015. p. 103-103. (EAACI Congress)
ï‚§ 4. Marini MG, Reale L, Cappuccio A, Spizzichino M, Zini P, Amato F, Mameli S, Raffaeli W. Narrative medicine to highlight values of Italian pain therapists in a changing healthcare system. Pain Manag. 2014;4(5):351-62.
ï‚§ 5. Marini M.G. Cappuccio A., Abruzzese E. et al. (2014, June). Back to live–living, treating, managing myelofibrosis: the burden of illness for patients and their families. In European Hematological Association congress. Poster session. ï‚§ EADV Congress in 2015 for Oral Poster Presentation