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How is the current economic crisis shaping Brazil's health system? Strengthening health workforce and provision of services in São Paulo and Maranhão

Abstract

This project aims to evaluate the impact of the current economic crisis in the Brazilian Health System, especially in health human resources and in the offer of health services to vulnerable population. To archive that, we will analyze secondary data, collect primary quantitative and qualitative data. The study will be conducted in the states of São Paulo and Maranhão, chosen for their disparities in economic reality, health system organization, availability of medical workforce and in the health status of the population. We expect, with the result of this study, to support policy making and adoption of measures to attenuate eventual impacts of the economic crisis in Brazil's health. (AU)

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Scientific publications (6)
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RUSSO, GIULIANO; LEVI, MARIA LUIZA; SOARES DE BRITTO E ALVES, MARIA TERESA SEABRA; CARNEIRO ALVES DE OLIVEIRA, BRUNO LUCIANO; BRITTO FERREIRA DE CARVALHO, RUTH HELENA DE SOUZA; ANDRIETTA, LUCAS SALVADOR; FILIPPON, JONATHAN GONCALVES; SCHEFFER, MARIO CESAR; GARCIA, JONATHAN. How the `plates' of a health system can shift, change and adjust during economic recessions: A qualitative interview study of public and private health providers in Brazil's Sao Paulo and Maranhao states. PLoS One, v. 15, n. 10 OCT 26 2020. Web of Science Citations: 0.
SCHEFFER, MARIO CESAR; PASTOR-VALERO, MARIA; CASSENOTE, ALEX JONES FLORES; COMPAN ROSIQUE, ANTONIO F. How many and which physicians? A comparative study of the evolution of the supply of physicians and specialist training in Brazil and Spain. HUMAN RESOURCES FOR HEALTH, v. 18, n. 1 APR 21 2020. Web of Science Citations: 0.
RUSSO, GIULIANO; CASSENOTE, ALEX J. FLORES; GUILLOUX, ALINE G. ALVES; SCHEFFER, MARIO CESAR. The role of private education in the selection of primary care careers in low and middle-income countries. Findings from a representative survey of medical residents in Brazil. HUMAN RESOURCES FOR HEALTH, v. 18, n. 1 FEB 17 2020. Web of Science Citations: 0.
ANDRIETTA, LUCAS SALVADOR; LEVI, MARIA LUIZA; SCHEFFER, MARIO C.; SOARES DE BRITTO E ALVES, MARIA TERESA SEABRA; CARNEIRO ALVES DE OLIVEIRA, BRUNO LUCIANO; RUSSO, GIULIANO. The differential impact of economic recessions on health systems in middle-income settings: a comparative case study of unequal states in Brazil. BMJ GLOBAL HEALTH, v. 5, n. 2 FEB 2020. Web of Science Citations: 0.
MAINARDI, GIULIA MARCELINO; FLORES CASSENOTE, ALEX J.; ALVES GUILLOUX, ALINE G.; MIOTTO, BRUNO A.; SCHEFFER, MARIO CESAR. What explains wage differences between male and female Brazilian physicians? A cross-sectional nationwide study. BMJ OPEN, v. 9, n. 4 JUN 2019. Web of Science Citations: 0.
MIOTTO, BRUNO ALONSO; ALVES GUILLOUX, ALINE GIL; FLORES CASSENOTE, ALEX JONES; MAINARDI, GIULIA MARCELINO; RUSSO, GIULIANO; SCHEFFER, MARIO CESAR. Physician's sociodemographic profile and distribution across public and private health care: an insight into physicians' dual practice in Brazil. BMC HEALTH SERVICES RESEARCH, v. 18, APR 23 2018. Web of Science Citations: 2.

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