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Yesica Yolanda Rangel Flores

Personal Data:
Academic Degree:  PhD Degree
SNI Level: I
Institutional Data:
Affiliation: Faculty of Nursing and Nutrition

Office Address: Av. Niño Artillero 130 CP. 78240 San Luis Potosí
Phone Number: (+52) 4448262300
Ext.: 5083
  1. PhD Degree in Social Sciences
    El Colegio De San Luis
  2. Master's Degree in Nursing Sciences
    Universidad de Guanajuato
  3. Bachelor's Degree in Nursing
    Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí

Academic feminist, social activist for the right of girls and women to live a life without violence and with respect to their sexual and reproductive rights.  For the above reason, she was selectedas one of the women who formed the First Women's Parliament of the State of San Luis Potosí. 

Researcher level 1 in the National System of Researchers of CONACyT and profile PRODEP. Certified as a Teaching Nurse by the MexicanNursing Certification A.C. Winner of the National Research Prize 2018, awarded by the Mexican Federation of Associations of Faculties and Schools of Nursing A.C., (FEMAFEE).

She has conducted research with state, national and international funding, including the European Union (EU), the Mexican Association for International Development Cooperation (AMEXCID), the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), the National Commission to Prevent and Eradicate Violence against Women (CONAVIM), State Population Council (COESPO-SLP) and Government of the State of San Luis Potosí.

Her academic profile allows it to problematize health and well-being from anthropological and sociological theories that make it possible to generate evidence for political advocacy on the issue of sexual and reproductive rights, Through the proposal of public policies based on human rights, interculturality and gender perspective, it seeks to contribute to the eradication of inequalities in health.

Personal Researchs Interest
  1. Sexual and reproductives right
  2. Midwefery
  3. Maternal Health
  4. Violence against women
Research Interests of Research Group