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RETROSPECTIVE 2020 – ISC promotes series of virtual debates on Covid-19

To bring information to the community during the period of social isolation, the Institute of Collective Health at UFBA created the “ISC at Home”...

RETROSPECTIVE 2020 – ISC/UFBA research investigates vaccination coverage in children from...

Article published on October 4, 2020 According to data from the National Immunization Program (PNI), none of the nine mandatory vaccines for children up to...

RETROSPECTIVE 2020 – Watch the video of the campaign “July of...

July 25 is the International Day for Afro-Latin American and Caribbean Black Women. In Brazil, the day also honors Tereza de Benguela, a quilombola leader...

RETROSPECTIVE 2020 – Young people represent 45% of deaths from motorcycle...

Article published on July 3, 2020. A study prepared by the Institute of Collective Health (ISC) of the Federal University of Bahia (UFBA) traced the...

RETROSPECTIVE 2020 – ISC study points out neighborhoods with the best...

Article published on May 26, 2020. Social isolation measures have irregular adherence between the neighborhoods of Salvador and vary according to the population’s living conditions. This...

RETROSPECTIVE 2020 – Covid-19 shows greater vulnerability for informal workers, warns...

Article published on May 5, 2020 Without registration in the portfolio, they are not entitled to FGTS, maternity leave or any government assistance in case...

RETROSPECTIVE 2020 – UFBA participates in a global study to investigate...

Article published on April 17, 2020 In 2019, Bahia registered 1,292 cases of cutaneous leishmaniasis, an infectious, non-contagious disease that causes ulcers on the skin...

RETROSPECTIVE 2020 – Children affected by Zika can accumulate five...

Article published on March 24, 2020 In addition to microcephaly, children diagnosed with congenital Zika virus syndrome can simultaneously show up to five brain damage...

Watch the ISC at Home seminar on “Covid-19: science, politics, history...

“Covid-19: science, politics, history and the persistent mysteries of pandemics' is the theme of ISC at Home this Friday (4th). Our guest is professor...