The Research Lines are the framework for planning and offering compulsory and elective courses; the evaluation and guidance of student works and the development of research that is disseminated in various publications, in seminars and meetings of a multiple nature.
Area of Concentration Work, Education and Health.
It refers to the historical and contradictory process of human formation, through which individuals become aware of themselves and of social relationships. The definition of this area aims to characterize the interdisciplinarity of knowledge that structures the objects of study to be built in this course and, thus, place them in the relationship between work, education and health.
This line of research is linked to Fiocruz's institutional research areas 'Public Policies, Planning and Management in Health' and 'Education and Health'. It seeks to encompass the genesis and transformation of education and health practices in Brazil, with an emphasis on management and planning, relating them to work and education. It aims to understand the configuration of the capitalist State and its functions in different historical phases, considering the relationship between economy, politics and culture. It seeks to understand the historical development of these social policies, having as main focus the conceptions that supported the policies aimed at the education of workers and the health of the population. It considers the concepts of State and civil society and the dynamics between them, as well as global trends in the economy and the international division of labor and knowledge. It understands that the understanding of the demands movements and the formation of interest groups impose the analysis of the global political process and, therefore, of the State and of the forms of organization of the decision-making power in society, in comparison with institutionalized forms of representation of interests: unions and 6 political parties. The disputes around national education and health projects are also considered, guided by class interests and mediated by the characteristics of the development of the capitalist economy in our country, shaping cultures and sociabilities whose norms and values are present in the organization of systems and in the daily life of educational and health institutions.Teaching staff: Anakeila de Barros Stauffer | Marcela Alejandra Pronko | Alda Maria Lacerda da Costa | Monica Vieira | André Vianna Dantas | Márcia de Oliveira Teixeira | Ana Cristina Gonçalves Vaz dos Reis | Sergio Ricardo de Oliveira | Carla Macedo Martins | Márcia Valéria Guimarães Cardoso Morosini | Ana Lucia de Almeida Soutto Mayor | Filippina Chinelli | Márcio Sacramento de Oliveira | Angélica Ferreira Fonseca | Letícia Batista da Silva | Maurício Monken
Line 1 projects
This line of research is linked to Fiocruz's institutional research area 'Education and Health'. It is based on the attempt to overcome training models for health workers restricted to in-service training, which impels the development of pedagogical strategies that facilitate the appropriation and transmission of knowledge and make it possible to question working conditions. The criticism of the training model as an instrument subordinated to pragmatic and immediate action, on the one hand, and to the transmissive teaching of content detached from the reality of services, on the other, is the basis for the construction of new pedagogical perspectives adopted in the education of workers in 7 from the 1980s onwards. Therefore, in this line of research, from a historical perspective, the theoretical-methodological conceptions that support projects and political-pedagogical practices of education of health workers are studied, as well as the praxis of these projects and practices. In this sense, it seeks to understand the reasons and conceptions that guide the appropriation, by the area of health, of theories and concepts in the area of education.Teaching staff: Grasiele Nespoli | Sergio Ricardo de Oliveira | Marcia Cavalcanti Raposo Lopes | Márcio Sacramento de Oliveira | Ana Lucia de Almeida Soutto Mayor | Maurício Monken | Carla Macedo Martins | Monica Vieira
Line 2 projects