CAPES code: 33019010014P7
CAPES Assessment Area: COLLECTIVE HEALTH
CAPES Grade: Academic Masters – Grade 4/ Doctorate – Grade 4
Course recognized in accordance with MEC Ordinance No. 609, of 3/14/2019 – DOU of 3/18/2019.
The program seeks to develop the student’s ability to formulate and conduct research in the field of Public Health in order to contribute to the production of academically solid and socially relevant knowledge in the area, which can be applied to the National Health Policy, resulting in improved health conditions. of the population. For the Master’s, 3 compulsory disciplines will be offered (Theoretical-Conceptual Foundations of Collective Health, Research Methods in Collective Health and Oriented Research Seminars) and several electives associated with each of the lines of research. As for the Doctorate, the definition of disciplines will be made by the student with their advisor, with no mandatory disciplines being defined in principle, except for the Oriented Research Seminars and Scientific Article Writing Workshop.
Graduates of undergraduate courses at a higher level.
Course subjects and activities take place on Thursday afternoons; on Fridays (morning and afternoon) and eventually on Saturdays.
Master: 24 months, PhD: 48 months.
Master: 25 credits / Doctorate: 12 credits / Direct Doctorate: 30 credits.
Academic Masters: The selection process comprises: multiple-choice test, dissertation, curriculum analysis and interview.
Doctorate: The selection process includes analysis of the curriculum and the scientific merit of the research project (prepared together with the supervisor), which will be analyzed by the Program Board.
Coordination: Profa. Dra. Maria Amélia de Sousa Mascena Veras
Vice-Coordination: Profa. Dra. Patrícia Martins Montanari
Profa. Dra. Maria Amélia de Sousa Mascena Veras
Profa. Dra. Patrícia Martins Montanari
Prof. Dr. Paulo Artur Malvasi
Profa. Dra. Ana Paula França
Sofia Fromer Manzalli
Vice: Heloisa Souza Campos
The Collective Health program, Academic Masters / Doctorate level, is contemplated in an Area of Concentration and four lines of research, detailed below:
1 – LIVING, WORKING AND ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS IN THE METROPOLIS
Description: Projects that, under different theoretical and conceptual approaches, deal with health problems and the social processes that determine them in metropolises. Processes such as migration, homeless people, transformations in the world of work, urban environment, sexual and reproductive behavior, discrimination, poverty, social exclusion, mental health and others are analyzed with reference to their repercussions on the health of different social groups that inhabit the metropolis and the social responses to these problems, within the scope of health policy.
Teachers involved: Cássio Silveira / José Tarcísio Penteado Buschinelli / Nivaldo Carneiro Junior / Rita de Cássia Barradas Barata / Maria Amelia de Sousa Mascena Veras / Renata Guedes Mourão Macedo / Karina Barros Calife Batista / Marta Campagnoni Andrade
2 – DISTRIBUTION OF DISEASES AND HEALTH PROBLEMS AND THEIR DETERMINANTS
Description: Projects whose object is the study of population distribution of diseases (transmissible, cardiovascular, cancer, mental) and health problems (violence and accidents), their social determinants, and health control policies and programs
Teachers involved: José Cássio de Moraes / Marco Aurélio Palazzi Sáfadi / Maria Amelia de Sousa Mascena Veras / Rita de Cássia Barradas Barata / Ana Paula França
3 – HEALTH POLICY AND MANAGEMENT OF HEALTH PROGRAMS AND SERVICES
Description: Analytical and evaluation studies of public policies, programs and services within the SUS; performance analysis in the management of public and private providers of health services; identification and development of indicators and instruments to improve the quality of services; regionalization of the health system, emphasizing the relationships between the spheres of government, between managers and providers and between the SUS and the supplementary system; modalities of organization of services.
Teachers involved: Danielle Bivanco de Lima / Nelson Ibañez / Nivaldo Carneiro Junior / Oziris Simões / Paulo Artur Malvasi / Karina Barros Calife Batista / Marta Campagnoni Andrade.
4 – HUMAN RESOURCES FOR HEALTH
Description: Projects that analyze different aspects of training, distribution, labor market, work process, professional profiles and expectations, reasons for professional choice, job satisfaction, turnover and others related to health professionals.
Professors involved: Danielle Bivanco de Lima / Patrícia Martins Montanari.