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Faculty member of the School of Public Health of the University of Sao Paulo. Bachelor of nursing, Master and Ph.D. from the USP and degree in Clinical Research. Nurse at the Immunization Program of the State of SP in the Epidemiological Surveillance Center In the School of Public Health (out/2012-fev/2014). Teaching Courses in bachelor?s/master?s/Ph.D?s level: Epidemiologic Study Designs, Infectious Disease Epidemiology, Field Epidemiology. Research interests: vaccination coverage, immunization program, epidemiology of infectious diseases and enviromental epidemiology. (Source: Lattes Curriculum)
Objectives: To evaluate the effect of a conditional cash transfer program on the timeliness of childhood vaccination, Araraquara, SP. Methods: This retrospective cohort study will analyze secondary and primary data (vaccination survey). The vaccination status until 24 months of age, in 2014-2016 birth cohorts, will be collected in an electronic immunization registry (EIR). This database...
Introduction: Vaccination is considered one of the most cost-effective and safe measures in preventing infectious diseases. Its effectiveness is conditioned to high coverage and equity of access to vaccines. However, coverage estimates are based on administrative data and present limitations, hiding large intra-urban differences. Nominal immunization information systems are in full deve...
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