Reflect on the health of the black population with a commitment to combat all forms of racism, xenophobia, religious intolerance, lgbtphobia and any related discrimination. This is the purpose of the “I North-Northeast Seminar on Black Population Health: An Interdisciplinary and Intersectional Approach”, which will be held on November 28 and 29, 2019, at the Federal University of Bahia (UFBA), in Salvador.

The event also aims to integrate the commemorations for the passage of Black Awareness Day and promote the exchange of the North and Northeast regions of Brazil through technical-scientific discussion between researchers, health professional managers, representatives of social movements and the community, contributing to a greater understanding of the interrelationships between ethnicity and black race and their health outcomes.

The proposal for the seminar is an initiative of the Integrated Community, Family and Health (FA-SA) and Population Health Epidemiology and Impact Assessment Programs of the Institute of Collective Health (ISC / UFBA), in partnership with Procad-AM in which UFBA, UFPA and Uefs participate, in addition to the support of the Racism and Health working group of the Brazilian Association of Collective Health (Abrasco).

For more information, visit the event website:  https://seminariosaudedapopulacaonegra.webnode.com/

 

PROGRAMMING

  • DAY 1
    11/28/2019
    PAF AUDITORY 1 – ONDINA

08:00 Accreditation

08:30 Greetings and Opening of the Event – Leny Trad (ISC / UFBA), Joilda Nery (ISC / UFBA), Darci Neves (ISC / UFBA), Cassia Virginia Bastos (PROAE)

09:30 – 11:00 Table 1: Health of the Black Population: advances and challenges in the national and North-Northeast scenario. Coordination: Edna Araújo (Uefs)

Leny Trad – UFBA

Carlos Alberto de Paulo – UFRB

Hilton Pereira da Silva – UFPA

Edcarlos Venâncio – Street Population Movement

11:00 – 12:30 Table 2: Morbidity and Mortality of the Black Population in Brazil and North-Northeast. Coordination: Florisneide Barreto (UFBA)

Nelson Veiga – UFPA

Altair Lira – ABPN

Andréia Santos – Uefs

Eduardo Ribeiro – UFBA

12:30 Lunch break

13:30 – 16:30 Oral Presentations of Abstracts

UNIVERSITY HEALTH LIBRARY AUDITORIUM – CINNAMON

THEME 1 and 6 – Epidemiological studies on black population health and violence and genocide of black people. Coordination: Joilda Nery and Diogo Sousa Silva

NURSING SCHOOL AUDITORIES – CINNAMON

THEME 2 – Racism and health: contributions from the Humanities and Social Sciences in Health. Coordination: Maria Cândida Alencar de Queiroz

THEME 3 – Resistance and activism in the health field of the black population. Coordination: Gabriela Silva

  • DAY 2
    29/11/2019
    AUDITORY OF THE COLLECTIVE HEALTH INSTITUTE – CINNAMON

08:30 – 10:30 Table 3: Decolonizing Public Health: New Approaches, Aesthetics and Territorialities – Coordination: Leny Trad (UFBA)

Fran Demétrio – UFRB

Jeane Saskia – UFRB

Naira Gomes – March of Curly Empowerment

10: 30-12: 00 Table 4: Health of Traditional Peoples. Coordination: Diana Annunciation (UFRB)

Roberto Lacerda – UFS

Denize Ribeiro – UFRB

Climene Camargo – UFBA

Maria do Socorro Bastos – UFPA

12:00 Lunch Break

13:30 – 16:30 Oral Presentations of Abstracts

PAC ROOMS – CINNAMON

THEME 4 – Health of traditional peoples. Coordination: Hilton Pereira da Silva / Roberto Lacerda

THEME 5 – Gender, race and health. Coordination: Emanuelle Góes / Clarice Mota

5:00 pm Closing