Sabemos realmente quem é deixado para trás e quem corre o risco de ficar para trás?

Palavras-chave: health inequalities, child health, adolescent health, primary healthcare

Resumo

 Há evidências para mostrar a importância dos primeiros 1000 dias de vida para a sobrevivência e o desenvolvimento da criança e dos próximos 8000 dias para a criança atingir a idade adulta. Entretanto, o local de residência, o status socioeconômico, a discriminação e as desigualdades dentro e entre os países contribuem para a mortalidade precoce e morbidades significativas para as mães e seus filhos, particularmente em ambientes com recursos limitados, sendo que muitas crianças, adolescentes e suas famílias estão em situação de vulnerabilidade. Como contribuição ao campo da saúde pública, o Journal of Human Growth and Development (JHGD) tem promovido discussões acerca das questões de saúde pública relacionadas às desigualdades e direito à saúde. Nesta edição, os artigos geram debate em torno da dignidade humana e das disparidades de saúde. Diversos artigos discutem a veracidade das questões de saúde, particularmente na região amazônica e nordeste. Além de saúde escolar, que também foi discutida nesta edição. Três estudos foram conduzidos em escolas do Rio Grande do Sul, Brasil. Pesquisas indicam que muitas crianças e adolescentes são negligenciados. Estamos perdendo muitas oportunidades para preencher a lacuna da desigualdade. Ações precisam ser tomadas agora para garantir que ninguém seja deixado para trás.

 

 

Biografia do Autor

Khalifa Elmusharaf, University of Limerick

Senior Lecturer in Public health. Graduate Entry Medical School

Tania Brusque Crocetta, Universidade do Estado de Santa Catarina (SC)

PhD

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Publicado
2018-11-27
Seção
Editorial