The Brazilian Ministry of Health has developed a report with the results of the PET-Saúde/Interprofessionality Program.
This program, which reached 120 universities and public health services in Brazil, had the participation of more than 6000 participants, including students, health professionals and professors.
Currently the report is only in Portuguese and released in Brazil. There are plans to translate it into English and Spanish.
The report, organized into six parts, seeks to demonstrate the results of the PET-Saúde and the application of the IPECP as a mobilizing force to reorient education and health work in Brazil, making the national health system more resilient, collaborative, interdependent and effective.
Access the report via this link: https://bvsms.saude.gov.br/bvs/publicacoes/contribuicoes_pet_saude_interprofissionalidade.pdf
For more information contact José Rodrigues Freire Filho at firstname.lastname@example.org.