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Type: Artigo
Title: Collective Health In Brazil: Analyzing The Institutionalization Process
Title Alternative: La Salud Colectiva En Brasil: Analizando El Proceso De Institucionalización
Author: Nunes E.D.
Abstract: This work first analyzes the construction of a typology of the studies on collective health and its institutionalization process in Brazil, in which three stages are proposed: the preventive project, social medicine and collective health. Secondly, the work examines the phases of institutionalization, disciplinarization and professionalization of collective health in Brazil. Within the institutionalization phase, the study analyzes connectivity and communication, regularization of discourses and practices, the construction of a separate identity and political actions, and the incorporation and legitimation of these elements. It is concluded that the trajectory of the construction of collective health is marked by three dimensions: the theoretical-critical, the political-sanitary and the pedagogical-professional.
Subject: Brazil
Collective Health
Editor: Universidad Nacional de Lanos
Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.18294/sc.2016.894
Date Issue: 2016
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