Scientific Repository of the National Health Institute Doutor Ricardo Jorge
Digital institutional repository that provides free access to the collection of scientific and technical literature produced in the institution, whenever possible. It aims to collecting, preserve in the long term and disseminate the publications, increasing its visibility and accessibility in order to increase the impact of its research and contribute to the promotion of the research and scientific knowledge in the field of Public Health. Another objective is to preserve the historical identity of the institution.
Assédio no trabalhoSee
Descrição do processo de assédio no trabalho e respetivas consequências para o individuo e para a organização. Medidas de prevenção.
Risk assessment for public health from human interaction with ornamental watersSee
Water is essential to life; nevertheless ingestion of contaminated water could result in death caused by waterborne diseases such as cholera. Pathogens present in the water can cause diseases, other than those resulting from water ingestion, being registered an increase in the number...
Newsletter Profissionais em Risco - Nº 1 (5 fev. 2016)See
Tem como objetivo a divulgação, junto do público em geral e dos profissionais de SST (Segurança e Saúde no Trabalho) e de Saúde em particular, de informação referente aos riscos profissionais.
Classic and new approaches to evaluate risk assessment for public health related to exposure to Halogenated Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons present in ludic watersSee
Risk assessment for public health related to exposure to Halogenated Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons present in ludic waters
Using new scanning electron microscopy (SEM) approaches to elucidate bacterial biofilm architectureSee
Healthcare-associated infections (HAI) are a major public health problem being Klebsiella pneumoniae and nontuberculous mycobacteria, both with high antibiotic resistance rates, among their etiological agent. Since biofilme assembly is pointed as one of the mechanisms involved in emergence of antibiot...