Public Sciences & Policies

Volume III, Number 1, 2017

Special Edition:

Social service in health - challenges from the configuration of health policies in Brazil and Portugal

ISSN 2183-7384 | E-ISSN 2184-0644 

 

 

Guest editors:

Carla Pinto
Maria Irene Carvalho
Centre for Public Administration and Public Policies / Institute of Social and Political Sciences, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

Fernanda de Oliveira Sarreta
Faculdade de Ciências Humanas e Sociais, Universidade Estadual Paulista, Brazil

 

 

On this edition:


 


Editorial

DOI:10.33167/2184-0644.CPP2017.VIIIN1/editorial

Carla Pinto, CAPP, ISCSP, ULisboa, Portugal

Maria Irene Carvalho, CAPP, ISCSP, ULisboa, Portugal

Fernanda de Oliveira Sarreta, UNESP, Brazil


Counter-Reform in Brazilian Health Policy and impacts on Social Work

DOI:10.33167/2184-0644.CPP2017.VIIIN1/pp.17-37

Raquel Soares, UFPE, Brazil

Ana Vieira, UFPE, Brazil

Edgar dos Santos, UFPE, Brazil

Ruthelcy de Andrade, UFPE, Brazil

Renato da Silva, UFPE, Brazil

Irla da Silva, IMIP, Brazil


Participation of the social worker in the Municipal Health Councils in the state of São Paulo

DOI:10.33167/2184-0644.CPP2017.VIIIN1/pp.39-55

Andréia Liporoni, UNESP, Brazil


The social case in health: a dimension of Social Work in a hospital context

DOI:10.33167/2184-0644.CPP2017.VIIIN1/pp.57-79

Inês Guerra, UCP, Portugal


Mental health in Portugal, constraints and challenges for Social Work

DOI:10.33167/2184-0644.CPP2017.VIIIN1/pp.81-104

Isabel Fazenda, UCP, Portugal


Health Policy and Social Work: A study on intersectoriality in ituiutaba / MG Brazil

DOI:10.33167/2184-0644.CPP2017.VIIIN1/pp.105-125

Lorrainy Mendes, UNESP, Brazil


The mental health of social workers in Portugal

DOI:10.33167/2184-0644.CPP2017.VIIIN1/pp.127-146

Sónia Ribeiro, ULP, Portugal

Maria Amaro, ISCTE, Portugal


Research as a form of resistance of social workers and response to neoliberal principles

DOI:10.33167/2184-0644.CPP2017.VIIIN1/pp.147-160

Aline Martins, IFF/FIOCRUZ, Brazil

Camila Fernandes, UFRJ, Brazil

Géssica Mororó, PUC, Brazil


Public Sciences & Policies

About Public Sciences & Policies

Public Sciences & Policies is a scientific periodical published by the Centre for Public Administration and Public Policies, Institute of Social and Political Sciences, Universidade de Lisboa. Papers submitted for publication ago through a double-blind peer review, limiting possible bias in the process. The journal has reviewers specialized in its many areas of publication. Editors have the final decision on the publication of each paper, based on the reviewers’ judgment. Papers submitted for publication must be original texts following the journal submission rules.

 

 

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Editorial Board

Diretor and Editor-in-Chief:

Pedro Miguel Alves Ribeiro Correia, Centre for Public Administration and Public Policies, Institute of Social and Political Sciences, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

 

Editor for Internationalization:

Pedro Gomes Rodrigues, Centre for Public Administration and Public Policies, Institute of Social and Political Sciences, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

 

Executive Editor:

Ireneu de Oliveira Mendes, Centre for Public Administration and Public Policies, Institute of Social and Political Sciences, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal

Advisory Board:

Adalmir Gomes, University of Brasilia, Brazil

 

André Soares, Coventry University, United Kingdom

 

Edson Filho, Federal University of Paraná, Brazil

 

Fernanda Guarido, Brazilian Institute of Social Studies and Research, Brazil

 

Julián Aliseda, University of Extremadura, Spain

 

Nuno Garoupa, George Mason University, USA

 

Tomás de Aquino Guimarães, University of Brasilia, Brazil

 

Editorial Assistant:

Sandra Patrícia Marques Pereira, Institute of Social and Political Sciences, Universidade de Lisboa, Portugal