The third edition of “escuta!”, A new tool to follow the activities of the Institute of Collective Health of UFBA, is now available for consultation. Among the highlights, you can see the video “Health, University and Society”, which shows some of the main health services that UFBA offers directly to the population.
Still in the videos section, he has the documentary “After Zika: The Consequences of an Epidemic and the Fight for Social Inclusion in Primary Care,” which points out the social impact of zika for families living in Salvador.
In addition to other studies, the bulletin brings a research on the universe of transsexuality, from the difficulty of recognizing one’s gender identity, to the main dilemmas of these people in the search for health services in Salvador.
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