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Journals in surgery and gastroenterology: indexing in databases and bibliometric indicators
Castro, Regina C. Figueiredo;
Acta Cirurgica Brasileira , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-86502006000300002
Abstract: introduction: publishing research results as journal articles is the most common format used by researchers for dissemination of advancements in science. to select where to publish, authors must know how to identify the most recognized journals in each field, adopting quality criteria. purpose: to discuss journal selection criteria and bibliometric indicators for evaluation of scientific production and to analyze the status of indexing of brazilian and international journals in health science databases, mainly for journals in surgery and gastroenterology fields. results: the totals of journals indexed in health science databases are presented, highlighting the relative participation of journals in surgery and gastroenterology in each database. conclusion: the decision to publish in a national or international journal should be based on bibliometric indicators and status of indexing in databases, but the objectives of the research must be the main point considered by authors.
Impacto da Internet no fluxo da comunica??o científica em saúde
Castro,Regina C Figueiredo;
Revista de Saúde Pública , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-89102006000400009
Abstract: communication flow of scientific information has been restructured with the development of new technologies and the internet and their impact on social relations worldwide. the production of scientific knowledge has also been influenced by these cultural, social and economic changes and has contributed to new patterns of scientific communication. the objective of the study was to present the traditional scientific communication model and its evolution to electronic scientific communication stimulated by the use of electronic media and internet and networking. while the traditional model is based on printed publications, the new one focuses on electronic publishing and open unlimited access to published literature. the challenges faced are in using all the potential of electronic media for improving traditional communication flow of scientific information and defining policies to support the new model of scientific communication to ensure quality, preservation and dissemination of information as a common good.
Journals in surgery and gastroenterology: indexing in databases and bibliometric indicators
Castro Regina C. Figueiredo
Acta Cirurgica Brasileira , 2006,
Abstract: INTRODUCTION: Publishing research results as journal articles is the most common format used by researchers for dissemination of advancements in science. To select where to publish, authors must know how to identify the most recognized journals in each field, adopting quality criteria. PURPOSE: To discuss journal selection criteria and bibliometric indicators for evaluation of scientific production and to analyze the status of indexing of Brazilian and international journals in health science databases, mainly for journals in surgery and gastroenterology fields. RESULTS: The totals of journals indexed in health science databases are presented, highlighting the relative participation of journals in surgery and gastroenterology in each database. CONCLUSION: The decision to publish in a national or international journal should be based on bibliometric indicators and status of indexing in databases, but the objectives of the research must be the main point considered by authors.
Impacto da Internet no fluxo da comunica o científica em saúde
Castro Regina C Figueiredo
Revista de Saúde Pública , 2006,
Abstract: Com o advento da Internet e das novas tecnologias houve uma reestrutura o do fluxo da comunica o científica, assim como das rela es sociais no mundo. A produ o de conhecimento científico também foi influenciada por essas mudan as culturais, econ micas e sociais e contribuiu para transformar os padr es de comunica o científica. O objetivo do estudo é apresentar o modelo de comunica o tradicional e sua evolu o para a comunica o científica eletr nica, estimulada pelo uso de meios eletr nicos e da Internet e pelo compartilhamento em rede. Enquanto o modelo tradicional está voltado para a publica o impressa, o novo modelo prop e a publica o eletr nica e o acesso livre e irrestrito ao material publicado. Os desafios consistem na utiliza o de todas as potencialidades dos meios de comunica o eletr nicos para aprimorar aspectos positivos do fluxo de comunica o científica tradicional e na defini o de políticas que sustentem a nova estrutura do fluxo de comunica o científica, garantindo a qualidade, preserva o e dissemina o da informa o como bem público.
Concep??es sobre a doen?a mental em profissionais, usuários e seus familiares
Rodrigues, Cássia Regina;Figueiredo, Marco Antonio de Castro;
Estudos de Psicologia (Natal) , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-294X2003000100013
Abstract: transforming mental health institutions has been defying because it is necessary to deconstruct ideologies in all areas of knowledge. therefore we want to discuss contents, beliefs and values held by professionals, mental health service patients and their families in relation to mental health. reification is a concept of the social psychological theory and it has been used to discuss people's concepts towards mental health. this study has been developed with thirty people: 10 professionals, 10 users and 10 family members in marília area (sp) outpatient service. data were collected in semi-structured interviews, according to a technique developed by figueiredo (1989). the interviews were a technical adaptation of content analysis. based on these data analysis, the following subcategories were found: emotional instability, loss of normality pattern, biological vision, inherited predisposition and stigma. these six subcategories suggested that often mental health concepts are stereotyped from acquired knowledge and praxis maintains the status quo, without creating new intervention models.
Use of Male Condoms among Adolescents with Free Access at Emergency Contraception—Study among Students from the Public Education System of the Sao Paulo, Brazil  [PDF]
Regina Figueiredo, Neuber Jose Segri
World Journal of AIDS (WJA) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/wja.2014.42023
Abstract:

The research conducted in public schools in Sao Paulo city, Brazil, studied the awareness and use of emergency contraception (EC) and its possible implications on the condoms use. Among the 4929 students, 55.6% had already had sex, 19.5% had got pregnant and 7.3% had had abortions. Condoms were used by 88.6% and were options for those who did not have a steady relationship. The EC was used by 30.3% after a faulty condom usage, and by the older ones, with a steady partner. It is needed to be given contraceptive alternatives to reduce the risk and provide access to other contraceptives.

Uso de preservativos, risco e ocorrência de gravidez n?o planejada e conhecimento e acesso à contracep??o de emergência entre mulheres com HIV/aids
Figueiredo,Regina;
Ciência & Saúde Coletiva , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-81232010000700026
Abstract: this paper focuses both the risk and the occurrence of non-planned pregnancy, abortions, as well as the awareness about and the use of emergency contraception among hiv/aids-infected women. a quantitative observational approach was used after a domiciliary survey in santo andre, s?o paulo state, brazil, where it was found that, after receiving the information about the infection, 62.8% adopted the use of male condom, 77.2% using it exclusively, 13% associated with hormone injections, and 9.8% alternated with either interrupted intercourse, fertility schedule or vaginal shower. mechanical flaws by the use of the preservative occurred to 38%. added to flaws associated to the alternation with behavioral methods, they caused together 40% of non-planned pregnancy, which occurred to 24% of the interviewed women, 22% resulting in self-provoked abortions. emergency contraception was known by 51.4%, although only 2.7% had used it. the conclusion is that mechanical or behavioral flaws related to the use of preservative by hiv/aids-infected women increased their exposure to non-planned gestations and abortions. it is needed to amplify both the options and the supply of contraceptive methods, including emergency contraception, with constant re-orientation on the use of preservative among this public.
Symptomatic myocardial bridging or cardiac Whipple's Diseas
Cabral, Virgínia L. Ribeiro;Knecht, Daniella;Pego, Regina Célia;Silva, Nuno C. Figueiredo;
Arquivos Brasileiros de Cardiologia , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0066-782X2003000300009
Abstract: this report concerns a patient with articular and cardiac manifestations of whipple's disease. the disease was diagnosed only when gastrointestinal symptoms had appeared, because all cardiac symptoms were attributed exclusively to myocardial bridging. after 18 months of treatment with trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole, the patient is fully asymptomatic with a normal echocardiogram.
Symptomatic myocardial bridging or cardiac Whipple's Diseas
Cabral Virgínia L. Ribeiro,Knecht Daniella,Pego Regina Célia,Silva Nuno C. Figueiredo
Arquivos Brasileiros de Cardiologia , 2003,
Abstract: This report concerns a patient with articular and cardiac manifestations of Whipple's disease. The disease was diagnosed only when gastrointestinal symptoms had appeared, because all cardiac symptoms were attributed exclusively to myocardial bridging. After 18 months of treatment with trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole, the patient is fully asymptomatic with a normal echocardiogram.
Hepatitis C and hemodialysis: a review
Moreira, Regina Célia;Lemos, Marcilio Figueiredo;Longui, Carlos Alberto;Granato, Celso;
Brazilian Journal of Infectious Diseases , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-86702005000400001
Abstract: hepatitis c is a serious public health problem throughout the world; chronic renal patients are highly exposed to this infection. this could be due to a failure to identify carriers of this disease or because of a lack of truly effective biosafety measures implemented in the dialysis units. molecular biology techniques have allowed for the understanding of this virus in detail, including its replication mechanisms. epidemiological studies have been made throughout the world, with the goal of determining the dissemination dynamics of this agent, in addition to examining the predominance of the different genotypes, and the possible mutants that are involved. many questions must still be answered concerning infection by hepatitis c virus (hcv); this is especially important for immunosuppressed patients.
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