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Apprendre des économies émergentes : le cas du Brésil

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L’idée d’un dossier sur les innovations en santé au Brésil est née d’un désir de transformer de vagues impressions en connaissances tangibles. Pascale — fondatrice de Hinnovic — est revenue très enthousiaste d’un atelier organisé à Fortaleza, au Brésil. À travers ses conversations avec des chercheurs brésiliens, des représentants de l’industrie et du gouvernement, elle […]

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Learning from emerging economies : the case of Brazil

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The idea for this dossier on health innovations in Brazil stems from a desire to transform vague impressions into tangible knowledge. Pascale – the founder of Hinnovic – came back enthusiastic from a workshop hosted in Fortaleza, Brazil. Through the various conversations she had with Brazilian researchers, industry and government representatives, she discovered an emerging […]

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Le Brésil en chiffres

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Voici en quelques chiffres et pourcentages un aperçu du Brésil, de sa population, de l’état de santé de cette dernière et du fonctionnement de son système de santé. Pour en savoir davantage sur ces sujets, et sur les avancées et les défis du système de santé brésilien, nous vous suggérons la lecture de The Brazilian […]

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Science, Technology and Innovation in the Brazilian Unified Health System

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Brazil is one of the world’s biggest economies. A recently-formed, yet stable democracy, the country has fairly solid political institutions, a large and relatively young population, a national Constitution that ensures extensive social rights and a health care system designed to be public and universal – the Unified Health System (SUS).  

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Tackling Health Inequalities through the Brazilian public health system

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Brazil saw during the last thirty years an impressive decline in its infant mortality rate as well as important gains in life expectancy. Despite these important achievements, new data, produced in the period, made clear the magnitude of health inequalities present in the country. For example, in the 1980s the mean of the infant mortality […]

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From National Health System to the Health Industry Complex

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The Brazilian government has faced challenges emerging from its health extensive obligations such as national health coverage along with free and universal access to AIDS medicines. Both the burdens of high cost drugs on public finances and concerns over the stability of supply prompted the government to act. The Ministry of Health introduced measures to […]

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Apprendre du modèle brésilien d’agents de services communautaires

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On a souvent vu des innovations technologiques ou sociales développées dans les pays riches être transférées (avec plus ou moins de succès) dans des pays à plus faibles revenus. L’inverse est cependant moins fréquent. Or, des chercheurs du Royaume-Uni sont convaincus que les autorités sanitaires de leur pays pourraient tirer des leçons pertinentes du modèle […]

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On Brazil-Cuba South-South Cooperation

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South-South cooperation is one of Brazil’s pillars of foreign policy and includes diverse cooperation in health biotechnology. For example, in 1986, Brazil and Argentina established a specific programme to support their cooperation in biotechnology, the Centre Brasileiro-Argentino de Biotechnologia, the goal of which was to foster training and joint research between the two countries. Currently, […]

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