2011
DOI: 10.1590/s1413-81232011000200002
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Abstract: Vacinação, varíola e uma cultura da imunização no Brasil Vaccination, smallpox, and a culture of immunization in BrazilResumo O objetivo deste artigo é discutir a emergência e o estabelecimento de uma "cultura da imunização" no Brasil contemporâneo a partir da erradicação da varíola. Essa cultura está associada a um longo processo de introdução de vacinas, de campanhas de vacinação e de vacinação em massa empreendidas pelo Estado brasileiro desde o final do século XIX. Particular importân-cia é atribuída à cam… Show more

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“…In other words, the acceptability appears to be anchored less in legality and more in the hegemonic cultural dimension attributed to this preventive measure. This perception corroborates what Hochman 24 calls a "culture of immunization" in contemporary Brazil. The author contends that nationwide mass vaccination, especially the campaigns to eradicate smallpox from 1967 to 1980 (driven by the World Health Organization), like the progressive introduction of available vaccines for the population, vaccination on a nationwide scale, marketing strategies with vaccination of famous individuals, and events in public squares during a period of political repression were determinant in the emergence of the "culture of immunization" in the country.…”
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confidence: 77%
“…In other words, the acceptability appears to be anchored less in legality and more in the hegemonic cultural dimension attributed to this preventive measure. This perception corroborates what Hochman 24 calls a "culture of immunization" in contemporary Brazil. The author contends that nationwide mass vaccination, especially the campaigns to eradicate smallpox from 1967 to 1980 (driven by the World Health Organization), like the progressive introduction of available vaccines for the population, vaccination on a nationwide scale, marketing strategies with vaccination of famous individuals, and events in public squares during a period of political repression were determinant in the emergence of the "culture of immunization" in the country.…”
Section: Think It's Because Families See This As Very Important I supporting
confidence: 77%
“…O acordo entre o Brasil e Organização Pan-Americana da Saúde/Organização Mundial da Saúde (OPAS/OMS) na década de 60 para modernizar e aumentar a produção de vacinas permitiu a transferência de tecnologias e equipamentos, e as vacinas produzidas em laboratórios nacionais foram testadas no Canadá. 1 Até 1971 a produção foi de 268.226.000 doses de vacinas liofilizadas, sendo a base para a criação do Programa Nacional de Imunizações (PNI) em 1973, que existe no Brasil até hoje, sendo formulado para coordenar as ações de vacinação no país que estava em descontinuidade na época. 1 O PNI possui uma ampla atribuição na normatização da vacinação com a produção de calendários de vacinas na rotina e ciclos de vida (infantil, adolescente, adulto e idoso).…”
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“…1 Até 1971 a produção foi de 268.226.000 doses de vacinas liofilizadas, sendo a base para a criação do Programa Nacional de Imunizações (PNI) em 1973, que existe no Brasil até hoje, sendo formulado para coordenar as ações de vacinação no país que estava em descontinuidade na época. 1 O PNI possui uma ampla atribuição na normatização da vacinação com a produção de calendários de vacinas na rotina e ciclos de vida (infantil, adolescente, adulto e idoso).…”
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“…The health promotion, as an example of action, can be carried out in the kindergarten by covering different topics, starting with the care as an element of health promotion, formation of hygienic habits based on the education, and even the establishment of a link between health professionals and students (8) . Concerning disease prevention, there are numerous examples to mention, such as the vaccination campaign, introduced in Brazil in 1962 (9) (the first National Campaign Against Smallpox) and "Fashion Targets Breast Cancer" started in 1994 in the United States (10) and in 1995 in Brazil. Among the themes that stand out in Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology, there is the Voice Campaign as the necessarily educational intervention, with greater population reach, greater media coverage, and involvement of the professionals of the field.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%