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Fiocruz International News - November 2023

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Fiocruz News

Bimonthly newsletter of the Fiocruz Global Health Center (Cris/Fiocruz)

November / 2023
Climate change, pandemic preparedness and universal access to medical care were some of the topics addressed at the event, in which the Foundation played an active role in panels, workshops and bilateral meetings
The World Health Organization Hub for Pandemic and Epidemic Intelligence is based in the German capital. According to president Mario Moreira, Fiocruz can contribute to the development of surveillance tools and the preparation of information systems in countries that lack consistent databases
Minister Armindo Daniel Tiago spoke with president Mario Moreira and representatives of at least ten units of the Foundation to define priorities. Three main axes began to emerge: research, training and technical assistance
The Brazilian experience, led by IFF/Fiocruz, has become a world reference model and is the basis for the creation of similar programs in countries in Latin America, the Caribbean, the Iberian Peninsula, Africa and also in the Brics
The study of Ensp/Fiocruz, National Cancer Institute (Inca) and University of California San Diego showed an increase from 1990 to 2019, in the opposite direction of the global trend
The document establishes collaboration in the area of research, training and qualification of SUS professionals, in addition to reinforcing diagnosis and the epidemiological and molecular surveillance
This is a megastructure for studies on the interaction between health and climate, considering the Brazilian continental territory and the vast diversity of climate and ecosystems, with socioeconomic, geographic
The vice-president of Education, Information and Communication (Vpeic/Fiocruz), Cristiani Machado, was in Luanda and participated in activities aimed at strengthening bilateral cooperation in ​​health
Researchers from Fiocruz and Harvard University carried out the first national study assessing suicide among indigenous and non-indigenous people in Brazil

Fiocruz International News
Bimonthly report of the Fiocruz Global Health Center (Cris/Fiocruz), edited by the Fiocruz Coordination of Social Communication

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