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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

Maria Cristina Soares Guimarães

Bachelor’s in Chemical Engineering, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (1982); MA, Information Science, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazilian Institute of Scientific and Technological Information agreement (1992); PhD, Information Science, Federal University of Rio de Janeiro, Brazilian Institute of Scientific and Technological Information agreement (1998). Researcher at the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation; permanent professor, Graduate Program in Health Information and Communication (PPGICS/Institute of Scientific and Technological Communication and Information in Health - ICICT); chair, lato sensu Specialization in Scientific and Technological Health Information, ICICT. She was the vice-director of Information and Communication at ICICT (2009-2013) and the scientific editor of Revista Eletrônica de Comunicação, Informação e Inovação em Saúde - RECIIS (2009-2013). She is currently chair of the Laboratory of Health Scientific and Technological Information (ICTS), ICICT. Her main subjects of interest are: open access and health scientific and technological information; information management; assessment in science and technology; the socialization of information and social studies on science and technology; engagement in science; and health literacy.

To access this CV: http://lattes.cnpq.br/8852127703130337

Research Projects:

ICICT Trajectories and Memory: 21 Years of Health Scientific and Technological Information

Observatory of Technologies and Communication in Health Systems and Services (OTICSSS)

From Scientific Divulgation to Community Engagement: An Exploratory Study in the Field of Health

Construction and validation of methods and prototype to create an index of citations of the Brazilian scientific production: a case study in the field of collective health

 

 

 

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