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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: [social Thinking In Health In Latin America: Revisiting Juan César García].
Author: Nunes, Everardo Duarte
Abstract: The article reconstitutes the social thinking in health by Argentine physician and sociologist Juan César García (1932-1984), analyzing the main publications approaching his work and activities. The article situates his thinking in the two fields that marked his production: social medicine and the social sciences from the 1960s to the late 1980s. The article highlights his work with the Pan American Health Organization and his perspective of analyzing social medicine and the social sciences by relating them not only to the Latin American historical, social, economic, and political context, but also to historical materialism: linking medicine to the social structure; the influence of the social structure on the production and distribution of diseases; internal analysis of the production of medical services; and the relationship between training of health personnel and the medical field. As demonstrated, even today his work can be a reference for the discussion of such themes as medical education, health personnel training, the role of science and technology, the social sciences in medical education, and historical aspects of public health.
Subject: Education, Medical
History, 20th Century
Latin America
Public Health
Social Medicine
Social Sciences
Rights: aberto
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Date Issue: 2013
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