Research and Innovation
The Stricto Sensu Graduate Program at Bahiana had a whole day of lectures and debates, in order to mark the beginning of the academic semester 2023.1. The activities took place remotely, on February 10, with a live broadcast on the Zoom platform. The welcoming words were given by the dean of Research, Innovation and Stricto Sensu Graduate Studies, prof. Atson Souza Fernandes.
"It is important to highlight that we, masters and doctors, according to the survey carried out by the OECD, represent less than 1% of the Brazilian population. This places us not only in a differentiated place in society, but also in the leading role of scientific development and improvement in the quality of life of our country's population", highlighted prof. Atson Souza Fernandes.
The morning program had prof. doctor Michel Jean Marie Thiollent, who presented the lecture "Research-Action in Health: possible dialogues". Author of several books on the action-research method, Thiollent was open to questions from professors, masters and doctoral students who participated in the meeting. In the afternoon, the theme "Who is afraid of academic writing?" was presented by guest professor Dr. Priscila Tamis, also author of books such as "ESAIOS DE UM BELO OUTBREAK: what do the memories, health and experiences of a body tell?" and "Health and Subjectivity in Urban Mobility. Cartographic Experience of an (Im)Possible City".
Lecture "Research-Action in Health: possible dialogues" with lecturer Dr. Michel Thiollent, professor at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ).
Event takes place on February 10, with transmission via Zoom.
30 years ago in Bahiana, Professor Bernardo Galvão Castro Filho is recognized for a life dedicated to Health Sciences.
Research had the participation of academic leagues of the School Bahiana and across the country.