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PPGICS | Pós-Graduação:Informação e Comunicação em Saúde

Programa de Pós-Graduação em Informação e Comunicação em Saúde

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Corpo Docente

Carlos Eduardo Freire Estellita-Lins

Bachelor’s in Medicine, State University of Rio de Janeiro (1983); MA, Philosophy, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (1993); PhD, Philosophy, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (2001). He is active as a clinical psychoanalyst and psychiatrist. He teaches graduate courses at the Institute of Scientific and Technological Communication and Information in Health (ICICT), Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (Fiocruz), as a Brazilian Federal Agency of Support and Evaluation of Graduate Education (CAPES) accredited professor (PhD, MA), as well as specialization, refresher, and outreach courses. He is a researcher at Fiocruz. He has experience in Medicine (clinical psychiatry), with emphasis on child and adolescent psychiatry, mainly focusing on the following subjects: psychoanalysis, care, therapeutic monitoring, health education, psychoeducation, the mother-infant relationship, the face, child and adolescent psychiatry, and community psychiatry. He also conducts research on the epistemology of health and social studies of science focusing on biomedicine, with emphasis on the work of Georges Canguilhem, clinical epidemiology, and evidence-based medicine (EBM). Since 2007, he has devoted himself to studies on suicidology and its clinical, epidemiological, and public health connections as well as information and communication science and health.

To access this CV: http://lattes.cnpq.br/4160996671087824

Research Projects:

Investigation of the experience of illness as a strategy to promote adherence to treatment among patients with tuberculosis in the primary care setting

Approaching the epidemiology of suicide risk at AP1&3 through the psychiatric emergency department of CPRJ/SES: health surveillance and interventions based on qualitative-quantitative research

Patient Nietzsche: the consequences of diagnosis

 

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