Medical student wins award at 61st CBGO

National Congress took place in November, in Rio de Janeiro.


"Use of Technology in Adherence to Reproductive Health in the Postpartum Period: A Randomized Clinical Trial". With this work, 9th semester Medicine student Anelise Maria Nicolau Silva won 2nd place in the Original Study category, in the area of ​​gynecology, at the 61st Brazilian Congress of Gynecology and Obstetrics, held from November 14th to 17th, in Rio of January.

The work was developed under the guidance of professor of the Master's and Doctorate Program in Medicine and Human Health, Dr. Milena Bastos Brito. The study aimed to compare rates of adherence to postpartum monitoring, breastfeeding and the use of contraceptives in the first six weeks after birth among women who received or did not receive remote information.

Just like Anelise, other students from undergraduate courses at Bahiana have achieved prominence in academic and scientific events, which demonstrates the importance of interaction between the institution's undergraduate and postgraduate programs.

Escola Bahiana de Medicina e Saúde Pública