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El reto por desarrollar una salud pública en contraposición a una salud privada
Torres Tovar,Mauricio;
Revista Cubana de Salud Pública , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0864-34662007000400012
Abstract: since many years ago, it has been talking about a crisis in public health and that is why, talking about the future in this field seems to be difficult. as a sort of exegesis, it might be said that if the epistemological basis of public health are not changed to lead to theoretical-methodological renovation and a change in praxis in addition to a renewal of the state, and the most important thing, renewed actions by the community-organized society, the future of the public healthcare will be, by antinomy, the private healthcare. this means that responsibility for the people's health will turn into an individual, private and market-level issue. the article analyzed the future of public health by taking into account the voices and the opinions in the field of social medicine and reviewing firstly the public health history issues in order to find out the epistemological origin of this field of knowledge, the present challenges and also to state some possible ways to overcome this crisis and be able to glimpse a future for public healthcare different from that of the mercantilist and exclusive private healthcare that makes health inequalities deeper.
Latin American Association of Social Medicine (ALAMES) XI Congress, November 17-21, 2009, Bogota, Colombia
Mauricio Torres Tovar
Social Medicine , 2008,
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ALAMES: Organizational Expression of Social Medicine in Latin America
Mauricio Torres Tovar
Social Medicine , 2007,
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XI Congress of Latin American Social Medicine & Collective Health
Mauricio Torres Tovar
Social Medicine , 2009,
Abstract: The Latin American Medical Association (ALAMES) will be hosting the 11th Congress of Latin American Social Medicine and Collective Health from November 17-21 in Bogota Colombia. This meeting will coincide with the 25th Anniversary of the founding of ALAMES and its theme is the role health in the Latin American political and social agenda. Below we present an abridged version of the planning document for the conference. The complete version is available in Spanish in Medicina Social. More information can also be found on the ALAMES website (www.alames.org) The Editors The 11th Latin American Congress of Social Medicine and Collective Health is both a convocation and a celebration. It’s a convocation to create bold and innovative alternatives to the profound crisis of neoliberal globalization, a crisis that is only beginning. The response to this crisis cannot be limited to the socialization of the losses incurred by the speculators. Now is the moment for proposing and bringing about a true change in global direction..
El impacto de los acuerdos de libre comercio sobre el derecho a la salud The impact of free trade agreements on the right to health care
Mauricio Torres Tovar
Revista Cubana de Salud Pública , 2006,
Abstract: Los cambios mundiales en las políticas económicas impulsados a comienzo de la década de los a os 80 del siglo pasado, incorporaron la idea de la importancia de la liberalización del comercio como estrategia fundamental para el avance en el desarrollo de los países. Tal tesis viene teniendo su mayor desarrollo a partir del impulso de acuerdos o tratados de libre comercio entre naciones. El planteamiento central de esos tratados es generar un gran mercado de carácter continental y mundial que permita la circulación libre de mercancías, donde las reglas que primen sean las de la oferta y demanda. Entre los principales sectores que buscan estar en la propuesta de integración económica se encuentran el mercado de bienes, de servicios, de agricultura y de compras estatales, así como el conjunto de sectores que comercializan bienes sobre los cuales se establece la propiedad intelectual. Estos sectores tienen una enorme incidencia en el sector de la salud y por lo tanto, en la garantía del derecho a la salud. Este artículo muestra el impacto que los tratados de libre comercio tienen sobre la garantía del derecho, concluye que las propuestas de esos tratados en su relación con el sector salud profundiza la vía de privatización del sector iniciada con las reformas en la década de los a os 80 y por tanto, ahonda la concepción de la salud como bien privado de consumo que se obtiene en un mercado de servicios de salud, alejándola de su realización como derecho humano y bien público The changes in the economic policies worldwide at the beginning of the 80′s introduced the idea of the importance of trade liberalization as a fundamental strategy to advance the development of countries. Such a theory has been gaining ground since the boost to free trade agreements between nations. The central statement of these treaties is to generate a large world and continental market that allows the free movement of merchandises and is ruled by offer and demand. Among the main sectors seeking to be included in the economic integration proposal is the market of goods, services, agricultural products and state purchases as well as the set of sectors in charge of trading goods upon which copyright is granted. These sectors have a high incidence on the health sector and thus, on the guarantee of the right to health care. This article showed the impact that free trade agreements have on guarantee of this right, concluded that the proposals of these treaties in relation to the health care sector paves the way to a more extensive privatization of the sector started with the reforms of the
El reto por desarrollar una salud pública en contraposición a una salud privada The challenge of developing public healthcare as opposed to private healthcare
Mauricio Torres Tovar
Revista Cubana de Salud Pública , 2007,
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El papel de la Sociedad Civil en la construcción de sistemas de salud equitativos
Vega Romero,Román; Torres Tovar,Mauricio;
Revista Cubana de Salud Pública , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0864-34662011000200008
Abstract: objective to provide evidence on the contribution of the civil society to the building of equitable health systems. data source several sources of information, search engines and databases were reviewed, such as goggle, un websites, the training and research support center, the southern africa regional network for equity in health, the civil society initiative by who, paho and public and private initiatives. the reviewed articles included research files, published peer-reviewed articles, gray literature, systematic reviews of specialized documents and reports on this topic. some of the key words were: health system-centered persons, equity and public policies, non-governmental organizations and intersectoral actions in health. data synthesis evidence showed that the civil society has contributed to the building of equitable health systems due to its subject and population-centered approach, the intersectoral action in favor of health and the empowerment and social mobilization. however, a lot of actions taken by the civil society organizations have favored the global and national policies that defen private market interests. in some cases, these actions have been targeted, minimal, biased or insignificant with respect to the challenges of health equity or they have served to hide the non-existence of commitment by the governments to the poor, the vulnerable and the excluded people. conclusions it is required to have a general ethical and political perspective directed to recognize and strenghten the role of the civil society to improve health and reduce health inequities.
El papel de la Sociedad Civil en la construcción de sistemas de salud equitativos The role of the civil society in the building of equitable health systems
Román Vega Romero,Mauricio Torres Tovar
Revista Cubana de Salud Pública , 2011,
Abstract: Objetivo Proveer evidencias sobre la contribución de la Sociedad Civil a la construcción de sistemas de salud equitativos. Fuente de datos Se revisaron diferentes fuentes de información, buscadores y bases de datos, entre ellas, Google, los sitos Web de las Naciones Unidas, el Training and Research Support Centre, The Southern Africa Regional Network for Equity in Health, la Iniciativa sobre la Sociedad Civil de la OMS, la OPS e iniciativas públicas y privadas. Los artículos que se revisaron incluyeron archivos de investigación, artículos publicados con revisión de pares, literatura gris, revisiones sistemáticas de documentos e informes especializados sobre el tema. Algunas de las las palabras clave empleadas fueron: personas centradas en sistemas de salud, equidad y políticas públicas, organizaciones no gubernamentales y sistemas de salud, organizaciones no gubernamentales y acción intersectorial en salud. Síntesis de los datos Las evidencias muestran que la Sociedad Civil ha podido contribuir a constituir sistemas de salud equitativos por su enfoque centrado en las personas y en la población, en la acción intersectorial por la salud y en el empoderamiento y movilización social. Sin embargo, muchas acciones de organizaciones de la Sociedad Civil también han sido funcionales a las políticas globales y nacionales que defienden intereses privados del mercado. Tales acciones en algunos casos han sido focalizadas, mínimas, sesgadas e insignificantes en relación con los desafíos de la equidad en salud, o han servido para ocultar la falta de compromiso de los gobiernos con los pobres, vulnerables y excluidos. Conclusiones Se hace necesaria una perspectiva ética y política general orientada a reconocer y fortalecer el papel de la Sociedad Civil para mejorar la salud y reducir las inequidades en salud. Objective To provide evidence on the contribution of the civil society to the building of equitable health systems. Data source Several sources of information, search engines and databases were reviewed, such as Goggle, UN websites, the Training and Research Support Center, the Southern Africa Regional Network for Equity in Health, The Civil Society Initiative by WHO, PAHO and Public and Private Initiatives. The reviewed articles included research files, published peer-reviewed articles, gray literature, systematic reviews of specialized documents and reports on this topic. Some of the key words were: health system-centered persons, equity and public policies, non-governmental organizations and intersectoral actions in health. Data synthesis Evidence showed that
REVISTA DE INDIAS
Carolina Tovar Torres
Revista Historia de la Educación Latinoamericana , 2010,
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XV CONGRESO COLOMBIANO DE HISTORIA MESA: LAS INDEPENDENCIAS AMERICANAS DISCURSOS POLíTICOS DE LOS CIENTíFICOS CRIOLLOS; DEL VIRREINATO A LA GRAN COLOMBIA 1809-1821
Carolina Tovar Torres
Revista Historia de la Educación Latinoamericana , 2010,
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