Saúde para o desenvolvimento, parcerias de investigação e equidade: uma revisão de literatura

  • António Carvalho Bolseiro de Pós-Doutoramento IHMT/GHTM
  • João Arriscado Nunes Professor Catedrático, Faculdade de Economia da Universidade de Coimbra
  • Zulmira Hartz Professora Catedrática e Vice-Diretora do IHMT
Palavras-chave: Parcerias de Investigação, saúde para o desenvolvimento, Equidade, Desigualdades Globais

Resumo

Apesar dos esforços recentes das Nações Unidas em desenvolver parcerias globais para o desenvolvimento, até ao momento não existem instrumentos concretos para avaliar as dinâmicas das parcerias internacionais de investigação ao nível da saúde. A Iniciativa para a Equidade na Investigação assume-se como um mecanismo para colmatar esta lacuna, tendo para esse efeito recolhido um conjunto de documentos e práticas que constituem uma base de evidências sobre as melhores práticas ao nível das parcerias de investigação, em particular na área da saúde. 

Neste artigo iremos levar a cabo uma revisão de literatura sobre a base de evidências recentemente criada no âmbito do RFI em relação ao domínio da Equidade de Oportunidade (1). A literatura compilada para esse efeito inclui artigos científicos, relatórios, documentos de estratégia e várias diretrizes, entre outros. Os vários tópicos subjacentes a este domínio incluem temas como o relevo para as comunidades, o envolvimento inicial dos parceiros e práticas equitativas de contratação e de cofinanciamento. 

Através da seleção dos documentos mais significativos, iremos elencar as questões, definições e soluções mais relevantes subjacentes ao domínio da equidade de oportunidade, analisando de que forma o RFI promove uma mudança de paradigma ao nível das parcerias de investigação na saúde e na investigação e desenvolvimento de uma forma mais geral. 

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Carvalho A, Arriscado Nunes J, Hartz Z. Saúde para o desenvolvimento, parcerias de investigação e equidade: uma revisão de literatura. ihmt [Internet]. 22Jun.2018 [citado 12Jun.2024];16:93-04. Available from: https://anaisihmt.com/index.php/ihmt/article/view/62