Bibliografia

BIBLIOGRAFIA DE APOIO:

14/12/2017 – Desigualdade e migrações: um novo eixo de (re)articulações globais? – Carolina Moulin Aguiar (Instituto de Relações Internacionais – PUC RIO.

1 – A política internacional da mobilidade: governamentalidade global e a produção da diferença no discurso disciplinar contemporâneo.

07/12/2017 – As mudanças climáticas e a história do século XXI: o que dificulta o ODS 13 da Agenda 2030 / Ação contra a mudança global do clima? – Palestrante: Sérgio Besserman Vianna (I. Pesquisas Jardim Botânico-RJ & Depto Economia PUC-RJ)

1 – Desenvolvimento sustentável: uma perspectiva econômico – ecológica. – Ademar Ribeiro Romeiro

2 – Veiga JE. A desgovernança mundial da sustentabilidade, editora 34,2013.

3 – os limites do possível: A economia além da conjuntura. – André Lara Resende

4 – Can a collapse of global civilization be avoided? – Paul R. Ehrlich† and Anne H. Ehrlich

5 – Planetary boundaries: Guiding human development on a changing planet. – Will Steffen1,2,*, Katherine Richardson3, Johan Rockström1, Sarah E. Cornell1, Ingo Fetzer1, Elena M. Bennett4, Reinette Biggs…

30/11/2017 – Violências contra mulheres e seus impactos na saúde. – Adriana Mota (socióloga, ativista Articulação de Mulheres Brasileiras)

1 – Dossiê Mulher 2017

2 – Mapa da Violência 2015: Homicídio de Mulheres no Brasil.

3 – Indicadores de Desigualdade de Gênero no Brasil

16/11/2017 – Equidade em saúde: a busca de indicador combinado de cobertura universal. – Aluisio Barros (UFPel).

1 – Coverage and equity in reproductive and maternal health interventions in Brazil: impressive progress following the implementation of the Unified Health System.

09/11/2017 – É preciso dar vez e voz aos refugiados ambientais. – Ricardo Felix.

1 – Migration, Environment and Climate Change: Policy Brief Series.

2 – The Impact of Climate Change: Migration and Cities in South America

26/10/2017 – Doenças crônicas não-transmissíveis: faltam ciência e ousadia nas políticas públicas? – Eduardo Faerstein:

1 – WHO Global Conference on NCDs: Enhancing policy coherence to prevent and control noncommunicable         diseases.

2 – The Lancet: Non-Communicable Diseases Series 2013.

3 – NCD Alliance: Making NCD prevention and control a priority, everywhere.

19/10/2017 – Um enfoque sistêmico do abastecimento alimentar das localidades: sistemas entrelaçados, cardápios híbridos e política dos alimentos. – Renato Sergio Jamil Maluf:

1 – Maluf, Renato S. e Luz, Lidiane F. Sistemas alimentares descentralizados: um enfoque de abastecimento na perspectiva da soberania e segurança alimentar e nutricional. In: Maluf, R. S. e Flexor, G. (orgs.) Questões conjunturais e de políticas públicas sobre temas agrários, agrícolas e rurais. R. Janeiro, 2017 (no prelo)

2 – CAISAN – Informe da Consulta Nacional Brasileira – Simpósio Regional FAO/OPAS sobre Sistemas Alimentares Sustentáveis para a Alimentação Saudável. Brasília (DF), MDS/CAISAN, 2017

3 – Goodman, D.; Dupuis, M.; Goodman, M. Alternative food networks: knowledge, place and politics. Abingdon (UK)/N. York (US): Routledge, 2012.

4 – Maluf, Renato S.; Burlandy, Luciene; Santarelli, Mariana R.; Schottz, Vanessa; Speranza, Juliana S. Nutrition-sensitive agriculture and the promotion of food and nutrition sovereignty and security in Brazil. Ciência & Saúde Coletiva (Online), v.20, p.2303 – 2312, 2015.

5 – Nierdele, Paulo. Afinal, que inclusão produtiva? A contribuição dos novos mercados alimentares. In: Delgado, G. C. e Bergamasco, S. (orgs.). Agricultura familiar brasileira – desafios e perspectivas de futuro. Brasília (DF), MDA, 2017, p. 166-194.

05/10/2017 – Pobreza e Desigualdade no Brasil e no mundo. – Carlos Antonio Costa Ribeiro:

1. A pobreza no Brasil:

2. The Capitalist Revolution:

28/09/2017 – Transformando Nosso Mundo: A Agenda 2030 para o Desenvolvimento Sustentável. – Eduardo Faerstein:

1. Relatório luz da Agenda 2030: Desenvolvimento sustentável.

2. Transformando o nosso mundo.

08/06/2017 – Gênero e Saúde Pública Global. – Miriam Ventura:

1.O acesso à contracepção de emergência como um direito?

2.A emergência do conceito saúde global: perspectivas para o campo da saúde coletiva.

3.Direitos e saúde sexual e reprodutiva: marco teórico-conceitual e sistema de indicadores.

4.Direitos Reprodutivos e o Aborto: As mulheres na epidemia de Zika.

01/06/2017 – Austeridade faz mal à saúde?. – Kenneth Camargo Jr.:

1.Austerity and Health in Europe

2.Austerity: a failed experiment on the people of Europe.

3.Financial crisis, austerity, and health in Europe.

25/05/2017 – Patentes, Medicamentos e Saúde Pública. – Marilena Villela Correa:

1.BERMUDEZ, J. et al. La propiedad intelectual enel contexto delAcuerdo de la OMC sobre los ADPIC:?` qué está enjuego? La propiedad intelectual enel contexto delacuerdo de la OMC sobre los ADPIC: desafíos para lasalud pública, 2006.

2.CASSIER, M.; CORREA, M. Aids e saúde pública: contribuicoes a reflexao sobre uma nova economia politica do medicamento no Brasil; Aids andpublichealth: contributionstoreflectionon a new politicaleconomyof medicine in Brazil. 2010.

3.CASSIER, M.; CORREA, M. Access to Medicines in Developing Countries: ethical demands and moral economy. Developing World Bioethics.Developing world bioethics, 2014.

4.CEWG. Consultative Expert Working Group on Research and Development: Financing and Coordination (CEWG). Geneva: WHO, 2012. Disponível em: <http://www.who.int/phi/news/cewg_2011/en/>. Acessoem: 8 jul. 2012.

5.CHAVES, G. C. et al. Evolution of the international intellectual property rights system: patent protection for the pharmaceutical industry and access to medicines. Cadernos de SaúdePública, v. 23, n. 2, p. 257-267, fev. 2007.

6.CHAVES, G. C.; VIEIRA, M. F.; REIS, R. Access to medicines and intellectual property in Brazil: reflections and strategies of civil society. Sur. RevistaInternacional de DireitosHumanos, v. 5, n. 8, p. 170–198, 2008.

7.FM’T HOEN, E. TRIPS, Pharmaceutical Patents and Access to Essential Medicines: Seattle, Doha and Beyond. 2002.

8.HELLER, M. A.; EISENBERG, R. S. Can Patents Deter Innovation? The Anticommons in Biomedical Research.Science, v. 280, n. 5364, p. 698-701, 1 maio. 1998.

9.HOLLIS, A. Neglected disease research: Health needs and new models for R&D. The Power of Pills, p. 125–133, 2006.

10.REICH, M. R. The global drug gap.Science, v. 287, n. 5460, p. 1979–1981, 2000.

11.RESNIK, D. B. Access to medications and global justice.PlutoPPress, p. 88, 2006.

12.TROUILLER, P. et al. Drug development for neglected diseases: a deficient market and a public-health policy failure. Lancet, v. 359, n. 9324, p. 2188-2194, 22 jun. 2002.

18/05/2017 – Força de Trabalho para a Saúde: panorama global, crise e estratégias internacionais de desenvolvimento. – Mario Dal Poz:

1. DAL POZ, MR. A crise da força de trabalho em saúde. Cad. Saúde Pública (online). 2013, vol.29, n.10, pp. 1924-1926. http://www.scielo.br/pdf/csp/v29n10/a02v29n10.pdf

2. OECD. The looming crisis in the health workforce. Health Policy Studies (2008) http://www.oecd.org/els/health-systems/41509461.pdf

3. World Health Organization. The World Health Report 2006 − Working together for health. Geneva: WHO, 2006. http://www.who.int/whr/2006/en/index.html

4. World Health Organization. Final report of the expert group to the High-Level Commission on Health Employment and Economic. Geneva: WHO. 2016.     http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/250040/1/9789241511285-eng.pdf?ua=1

5. World Health Organization. Global strategy on human resources for health: workforce 2030. Geneva: WHO, 2016 http://apps.who.int/iris/bitstream/10665/250368/1/9789241511131-eng.pdf?ua=1

11/05/2017 – Saúde de migrantes e refugiados. – Anete Trajman:

1. Abbott, A. (2016) ‘The mental-health crisis among migrants’, Nature, 538(7624), pp. 158–160. doi: 10.1038/538158a.

2. Gushulak, B. D. and MacPherson, D. W. (2011) ‘Health Aspects of the Pre-Departure Phase of Migration’, PLOS Medicine, 8(5), p. e1001035. doi: 10.1371/journal.pmed.1001035.

3. IOM (2015) Key Migration Terms, International Organization for Migration. Available at: http://www.iom.int/key-migration-terms (Accessed: 10 February 2017).

4. KNOMAD (2016) Global Knowledge Partnership on Migration and Development (KNOMAD). Available at: http://www.knomad.org/ (Accessed: 10 February 2017).

5.Lynch, C. and Roper, C. (2011) ‘The transit phase of migration: circulation of malaria and its multidrug-resistant forms in Africa’, PLoS medicine, 8(5), p. e1001040. doi: 10.1371/journal.pmed.1001040.

6. Médecins sans Frontières (2016) Obstacle Course to Europe. A policy-made humanitarian crisis at EU borders., p. 31. Available at:
https://www.doctorswithoutborders.org/sites/usa/files/2016_01_msf_obstacle_course_to_europe_-_final_-_low_res.pdf (Accessed: 10 February 2017).

7. MSF (2017) Overview – Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF). Available at: http://www.msf-me.org/en/article/about-us/overview.html (Accessed: 10 February 2017).

8. Toole, M. J. and Waldman, R. J. (1997) ‘The public health aspects of complex emergencies and refugee situations’, Annual Review of Public Health, 18, pp. 283–312. doi: 10.1146/annurev.publhealth.18.1.283.

9. UNHCR (2010) Convention and protocol relating to the status of refugees. Geneva, Switzerland, p. 56. Available at: http://www.unhcr.org/3b66c2aa10.pdf (Accessed: 10 February 2017).

10. UNHCR (2014) Global Strategy for Public Health – Hiv and Reproductive Health – Food Security and Nutrition Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (Wash). Geneva, Switzerland, p. 72. Available at: http://www.unhcr.org/530f12d26.pdf (Accessed: 10 February 2017).

11. World Bank Group (2016) Migration and Development: A Role for the World Bank Group. 1st edn. Available at: http://pubdocs.worldbank.org/en/468881473870347506/Migration-and-Development-Report-Sept2016.pdf (Accessed: 10 February 2017).

12. Zimmerman, C., Kiss, L. and Hossain, M. (2011) ‘Migration and health: a framework for 21st century policy-making’, PLoS medicine, 8(5), p. e1001034. doi: 10.1371/journal.pmed.1001034.

27/04/2017 – Clima, Meio Ambiente e Saúde Global. – Washington Leite Junger:

1. Haines A, Kovats RS, Campbell-Lendrum D, Corvalan C. Climate change and human health: impacts, vulnerability and public health. Public Health. 120(7):585-96. 2006.

2. Baker, D; Nieuwenhuijsen , M J. Environmental Epidemiology: Study methods and application. Oxford : New York, 2008. (capítulo 15).

3. WOLF, Tanja; MCGREGOR, Glenn. The development of a heat wave vulnerability index for London, United Kingdom. Weather and Climate Extremes. v. 1, p. 59-68, 2013.

4. Martens P, McMichael AJ. Environmental Change, Climate and Health: Issues and Research Methods. Cambridge University Press : Cambridge. 2002.

30/03/2017 – Globalização, agenda global em saúde e o papel das agências internacionais. – Mario Dal Poz:

1. Walt G. Globalization and international health. Lancet 1998; 351:434-7. Leia mais…

2. Negin, J., & Dhillon, R. S. (2016). Outsourcing: how to reform WHO for the 21st century. BMJ Global Health, 1(2), e000047. Leia mais…

3. Lee, Kelley et al. Who should be doing what in international health: a confusion of the United Nations? BMJ 1966; 312:302-307.

4. McCoy D, Chand S, Sridhar D. Global health funding: how much, where it comes from and where it goes. Health Policy and Planning 2009;24:407-17.Walt G. The international arena: who is driving policy. In: Walt G. Health policy: an introduction to process and power. London: led Books Ltd. 1996.

5. Portal sobre a reforma da OMS: Portal OMS

03/11/2016 – Refugiados: corpos fora do lugar – Vinicius Feitosa, Eduardo Faerstein e Anete Trajman:

1. Godoy,Gabriel Gualano. “Refúgio, hospitalidade e os sujeitos do encontro”, In: Refúgio e Hospitalidade. Curitiba. Kairós Edições, 2016. leia aqui

2.Godoy,Gabriel Gualano. “A crise humanitária na Síria e seu impacto no Brasil”, In: Cadernos de Debates Refúgio, Migrações e Cidadania, v.9, n.9 (2014). Brasília: Instituto Migrações e Direitos Humanos. leia aqui

3. Godoy,Gabriel Gualano. “O caso dos haitianos no Brasil e a via da proteção humanitária complementar”, In: 60 anos de ACNUR : perspectivas de futuro. São Paulo : Editora CL-ACultural, 2011. leia aqui

4. Godoy,Gabriel Gualano. “Indigenous Peoples in a Refugee-Like Situation: Living on the Border Between Colombia and Brazil”, In: Birkbeck Law Review Volume 3(2) leia aqui

5. ACNUR. Coletânea de instrumentos normativos de proteção a refugiados.leia aqui

20/10/2016 – Saúde urbana em perspectiva global – Ana Diez-Roux e  Fernando Proietti:

1. Gordon Mcgranahan, Daniel Schensul and Gayatri Singh. Inclusive urbanization: Can the 2030 Agenda be delivered without it?Environment & Urbanization .Vol 28(1): 13–34 (April 2016) leia aqui

2. The challenges facing Habitat III. United Nations conference on cities needs to set goals for the next 20 years.Editorial.Nature 537, 586 (29 September 2016) leia aqui

3. (Org) Carmen Beatriz Silveira, Tania Maria Fernandes, Bárbara Pellegrini. Cidades Saudáveis? Alguns olhares sobre o tema. Editora Fio Cruz. 2014. Saiba mais aqui

4. UN-HABITAT. Global Report on Urban Health; Equitable, Healthier Cities for Sustainable Development. WHO/UN-Habitat. Saiba mais aqui

5. Yvonne Rydin, Ana Bleahu, Michael Davies, Julio D Dávila, Et al. Shaping cities for health: complexity and the planning of urban environments in the 21st century.Lancet. 2012 Jun 2; 379(9831): 2079–2108. leia aqui

13/10/2016 – Zika: pandemia em progresso – Glória Teixeira e Goreti Freitas:

1. Nitwara Wikan, Duncan R Smith. Zika virus: history of a newly emerging arbovirus. Lancet Infect Dis 2016; 16: e119–26 leia aqui

2. Samir Bhatt, Peter W. Gething, Oliver J. Brady, Et al.   The global distribution and burden of dengue. Nature 496, 504–507 (25 April 2013) leia aqui

3. Claudia Caglioti, Eleonora Lalle, Et al. Chikungunya virus infection: an overview. NEW MICROBIOLOGICA, 36, 211-227, 2013  leia aqui

4.  Rosilainy Surubi Fernandes, Stéphanie Silva Campos, Anielly Ferreira-de-Brito ,Et al. Culex quinquefasciatus from Rio de Janeiro Is Not Competent to Transmit the Local Zika Virus. PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases ,September 6, 2016. leia aqui

5. Heverton Leandro Carneiro Dutra, Marcele Neves Rocha, Fernando Braga Stehling Dias,Et al. Wolbachia Blocks Currently Circulating Zika Virus Isolates in Brazilian Aedes aegypti Mosquitoes. Cell Host & Microbe 19, 771–774 June 8, 2016 ª 2016 The Author(s). Published by Elsevier Inc. leia aqui

6. Patrícia Brasil, Guilherme Amaral Calvet , André Machado Siqueira, Et al. Zika Virus Outbreak in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil: Clinical Characterization, Epidemiological and Virological Aspects. PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases  April 12, 2016 leia aqui

7. Maria G. Teixeira, PhD, Maria da Conceição N. Costa, PhD, Et al. The Epidemic of Zika Virus–Related Microcephaly in Brazil: Detection, Control, Etiology, and Future Scenarios. AJPH SPECIAL SECTION: ZIKA, April 2016, Vol 106, No. 4. leia aqui

8. Enny S. Paixão, MSc, Florisneide Barreto, PhD, Maria da Glória Teixeira, PhD, Et al. History, Epidemiology, and Clinical Manifestations of Zika: A Systematic Review. AJPH SPECIAL SECTION: ZIKA, April 2016, Vol 106, No. 4. leia aqui

 

29/09/2016 – Mapa epidemiológico da obesidade: mudanças contínuas – Rosely Sichieri, Daniela Canella e Christopher Millett:

1. DE OLIVEIRA OTTO MC. Et al, 2016 “The Impact of Dietary and Metabolic Risk Factors on Cardiovascular Diseases and Type 2 Diabetes Mortality in Brazil.” PLoS One. 2016 18;11(3).Leia aqui…

2. KANTER R AND BENJAMIN CABALLERO, “Global Gender Disparities in Obesity: A Review.” Adv Nutr. 2012 Jul 1;3(4):491-82012. Leia aqui…

3. FLEGAL MK. Et al. “Trends in Obesity Among Adults in the United States, 2005 to 2014.” JAMA. 2016;315(21):2284-2291. Leia aqui…

4. NG. M. Et al, “Global, regional, and national prevalence of overweight and obesity in children and adults during 1980-2013: a systematic analysis for the Global Burden of Disease Study 2013. Lancet.” 2014, 30;384(9945):746. Leia aqui…

5. PARAVIDINO VB. Et al. “Effect of Exercise Intensity on Spontaneous Physical Activity Energy Expenditure in Overweight Boys: A Crossover Study.” PLoS One. 2016 Leia aqui…

6. OPAS, OMS. “Ultra-processed food and drink products in Latin America: Trends, impact on obesity, policy implications. 2015 Leia aqui…

7. BATIS CAROLINA1,2, RIVERA A.JUAN1, POPIKIN M. BARRY, TAILLIE S. LINDSEY3. “First-Year Evaluation of Mexico’s Tax on Nonessential Energy-Dense Foods: An Observational Study.” 2016 Leia aqui…

22/09/2016 – Dilemas e controvérsias no campo de saúde mental global – Francisco Ortega e Benilton Bezerra

1. COLLINS PY, PATEL V, JOESTL S, MARCH D, INSEL TR, DAAR AS, et al. “Grand challenges in global mental health.” Nature. 2011; 475(7354):27-30. Leia aqui…

2. VIKRAM, PATEL. “Why mental health matters to global health.” Transcultural Psychiatry December 2014 51: 777-789. Leia aqui…

3. DAS, A., RAO, M. (2012). “Universal mental health: Re-evaluating the call for global mental health.” Critical Public Health, 22(4), 183-189. Leia aqui…

4. LAURENCE J. KIRMAYER and DUNCAN PEDERSEN. “Toward a new architecture for global mental health.” Transcultural Psychiatry December 2014 51: 759-776. Leia aqui…

5. DOERTE BEMME and NICOLE A. D’SOUZA. “Global mental health and its discontents: An inquiry into the making of global and local scale.” Transcultural Psychiatry, 2014 51: 850-874. Leia aqui…

15/09/2016 – Mortes violentas e outras guerras – Ignacio Cano

1. EISNER, MANUEL (2012) What Causes Large-scale Variation in Homicide Rates?. Institute of Criminology . University of Cambridge. Working Paper. leia aqui

2. EISNER, MANUEL (2014) From Swords to Words: Does Macro-Level Change in Self-Control Predict Long-Term Variation in Levels of Homicide? leia aqui

3. UNITED NATIONS TRUST FOR HUMAN SECURITY (2009) HUMAN SECURITY IN THEORY AND PRACTICE. An Overview of the Human Security Concept and the United Nations Trust Fund for Human Security leia aqui

4.UNDP (2016) Sustainable Development Goals.leia aqui

5. UNODC (2015) INTERNATIONAL CLASSIFICATION OF CRIME FOR STATISTICAL PURPOSES (ICCS). Viena: UNODC leia aqui

6. UNODC (2013). Global Study on Homicide 2013. leia aqui

7. WHO & UNODC & UNDP (2014) Global status report on violence prevention 2014. World Health Organization, United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime, United Nations Development Programme. leia aqui

08/09/2016 – Saúde Global: ativismo e lições aprendidas no controle do tabaco – Paula Johns Leia aqui Leia mais

01/09/2016 – Objetivos de Desenvolvimento Sustentável e Promoção da Saúde: Desafios e Oportunidades – Rômulo Paes de Souza

1.UN (2016) Progress towards the Sustainable Development Goals: Report of the Secretary-General. English Spanish

2.SDSN Secretariat and the Bertelsmann Stiftung (2016) Index & dashboards: a global report. July 2016 leia aqui

3. Global Taskforce of Local and Regional Governments (2106) Roadmap for localizing the SDGs: implementation and monitoring at subnational level. leia aqui

4. WHO (2016) World health statistics 2016: monitoring health for the SDGs, sustainable development goals. leia aqui

5. Civicus (2106) State of Civil Society Report 2016: Executive summary. leia aqui