ODS/01 - Erradicação da pobreza

Objetivo: Acabar com a pobreza em todas as suas formas, em todos os lugares.


Recent Submissions

  1. Providing support to underprivileged people during the COVID-19 pandemic in Brazil: the role of the Trust Group and women leaders in São Paulo’s favelas

    CITIES AND HEALTH, v.7, n.1, p.41-45, 2023

    São Paulo was one of the epicenters of the COVID-19 pandemic in Brazil. Amongst underprivileged populations, such as slums residents, the impact of the pandemic was severe. This documentary reports the creation of the Trust Group, made up mostly of women community leaders in São Paulo’s slums, an...

  2. Vocational Rehabilitation and Length of Stay at Work after Work-Related Musculoskeletal Disorders: A Longitudinal Study in Brazil


    Vocational rehabilitation is an intervention to enhance the return to work and improve quality of life. The aim of this study was to evaluate sociodemographic and occupational factors associated with the length of stay at work among workers with work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WRMDs) who ...

  3. Analysis of education level in access and use of health care services, ISA-Capital, São Paulo, Brazil, 2003 and 2015

    CADERNOS DE SAUDE PUBLICA, v.39, n.8, article ID e00249122, 12p, 2023

    The great socioeconomic inequality that prevails in Brazil and the existence of a national health system with universal coverage places the need to monitor the evolution and social inequities regarding access to these services. This study aims to analyze the changes in the prevalence of health ca...

  4. One health approach to toxocariasis in quilombola communities of southern Brazil

    PARASITES & VECTORS, v.16, n.1, article ID 379, 11p, 2023

    Background Toxocariasis has been listed among the most neglected parasitic diseases worldwide, with approximately one fifth of the global population exposed, particularly those living under poverty. In Brazil, communities of descendants of enslaved blacks (quilombola) have historically had some o...

  5. A web-based educational therapy intervention associated with physical exercise to promote health in fibromyalgia in Brazil: the <i>Amigos De Fibro (Fibro Friends)</i> study protocol

    TRIALS, v.24, n.1, article ID 655, 19p, 2023

    Background Health education is one of the main items to enable health promotion to patients with fibromyalgia. The objective of the study ""Amigos de Fibro (Fibro Friends)"" is to evaluate the impact of an educational intervention associated with physical exercise based on the web in promoting he...

  6. Introduction to the international handbook of teaching and learning in health promotion: What and for whom is it intended?

    Akerman, M.; Germani, A. C. C. G.; Broucke, S.; Chiou, S.-T.; Fracolli, L.; Gendron, S.; Levin-Zamir, D.; Morgaine, K.; Nogueira, J. A. D.; Oliveira, A. A. P.; Rocha, D. G.; Wills, J.. Introduction to the international handbook of teaching and learning in health promotion: What and for whom is it intended?. In: . International Handbook of Teaching and Learning in Health Promotion: Practices and Reflections from Around the World: SPRINGER INTERNATIONAL PUBLISHING, 2022. p.1-7.

    Publishers have many books on teaching and learning methods for health education/health promotion focusing on patients, families, and communities, or, more specifically, to develop needs and assessment capacity. We have not found any book specifically for lecturers teaching health promotion for u...

  7. Improving Outcomes of Patients with Acute Coronary Disease in Real Life: The Case of Applying in Practice What We Already Know from Clinical Studies

    ARQUIVOS BRASILEIROS DE CARDIOLOGIA, v.120, n.5, article ID e20230283, 2p, 2023

  8. Two decades of socioeconomic inequalities in the prevalence of untreated dental caries in early childhood: Results from three birth cohorts in southern Brazil


    Objectives To estimate the socioeconomic disparities in untreated dental caries in early childhood according to socioeconomic characteristics in three birth cohorts in Southern Brazil. Methods The socioeconomic data to this study were collected at the 48-month follow-up and oral health studies of...

  9. A higher number of SARS-COV-2 infections in quilombola communities than in the local population in Brazil

    FRONTIERS IN PUBLIC HEALTH, v.11, article ID 1095162, 12p, 2023

    The historical and social vulnerability of quilombola communities in Brazil can make them especially fragile in the face of COVID-19, considering that several individuals have precarious health systems and inadequate access to water. This work aimed to characterize the frequency of SARS-COV-2 inf...

  10. Consumption of ultra-processed foods in Brazil: distribution and temporal evolution 2008-2018