La ciencia en tiempos de neoliberalismo

Una breve entrevista con Karina Ramacciotti, Investigadora Independiente Conicet, sobre el momento actual de la ciencia en Argentina.

“Entre 30 y 35% de los diagnósticos son muy tardíos”

Una breve entrevista con Massimo Ghidinelli, Jefe de la Unidad de VIH de la Organización Panamericana de la Salud, sobre el perfil epidemiológico actual del SIDA en América Latina y el Caribe.

A referendum on Trump’s policies and leadership

Eric D. Carter, Edens Associate Professor of Geography and Global Health at Macalester College examines the midterm election results and the prominence of themes such as healthcare and immigration.

What happened in the recent elections in Brazil?

James N. Green, Professor of Modern Latin American History at Brown University analyzes possible dangers to public health and universities, and some ideas about the political future of Brazil.

Una eugenesia latina

Marisa Miranda y Gustavo Vallejo, editores invitados del último número de HCS-Manguinhos, analizan las diferencias entre las denominadas eugenesia anglosajona y eugenesia latina.

El nuevo gobierno mexicano y la salud

Ana María Carrillo, profesora titular en la UNAM, México, analiza los desafíos del país en el área de salud pública y las tendencias del presidente mexicano con respeto a este tema.

History to large audiences

“Science, health and medicine are vibrant topics of public history,” said Thomas Cauvin, President of the International Federation for Public History.

Against the global trend

Fiocruz researchers argue that tobacco consumption in Brazil goes in the opposite direction to global trend, which is the migration of the problem of tobacco from the developed countries to low income regions.

“The rise of smoking in the Global South constitutes a health crisis of enormous proportions.”

In this interview to our blog, Professor of the History of Medicine at Harvard University Allan M. Brandt said that the cigarette remains today the most deadly, legal product sold around the world.

Looking ahead to 2019: 25 years of HCSM

Our journal will celebrate its 25th anniversary in 2019. In the editor’s note of our current issue, science editors André Felipe Cândido da Silva and Marcos Cueto reflected on the progress made so far and the hurdles still to be overcome.