To strengthen the scientific commitment between the entities and refine important debates which will be held on the 11th Brazilian Congress of Public Health were the topics of the agenda of the meeting of José Paranaguá Santana, Coordinator of the Center for Bioethics and Diplomacy Studies in Health and International Relations Adviser at Fiocruz Brasilia (NETHIS/Fiocruz-BSB), and Felix Rígoli, Manager of the Health Systems and Coordinator of the Technical Unit of Human Resources of Paho/WHO, with Carlos Silva, Executive Secretary of the Association. The meeting took place last Monday, June 1st.
With expertise in bioethics and health diplomacy and articulated with the Center of International Relations in Health (Cris/Fiocruz); with the Program of International Cooperation in Health (TC 41), of Paho/WHO, and with the Unesco Chair of Bioethics at the University of Brasilia (UnB), Nethis/Fiocruz BSB will be coordinating a series of activities in the biggest event of the Brazilian Public Health, which will be held between July 28th and August 1st. Among them, the round tables Chronic Diseases and State Regulation of Products for Human Use in the Context of International Inequalities in Health, and Health, Ethics and Theology, and the lectures Autonomy and Dependency of Brazil in Science, Technology and Innovation in Health, and Brazil and the Evolution of International Inequalities in Health from the Post World War II.
In addition to the estimated contributions and systematic support, the Paho/WHO defined names in the participation in many activities, such as the round table Crucial issues to the work management: remuneration, professional drive, family health and the different databases, among other activities proposed by the entity.
For Carlos Silva, the collaborations signed give more value to the event, making the Congress a space rich in the exchange of ideas, embracing the breadth of academic and professional debates in the field of health. “Partnerships like these are some of the reasons that encourage and stimulate us in the work of preparation of Abrascão 2015. We just have to thank them”.