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Revista Médica de Risaralda

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MARTINEZ, Mateo D; MARANON, Rodrigo O; JOO TURONI, Claudio M  and  PERAL DE BRUNO, María. Health management and its articulation with the scientific sector in the primary health care. Revista médica Risaralda [online]. 2014, vol.20, n.2, pp.80-85. ISSN 0122-0667.

Aim: To determine programs and projects of research and intervention, including diagnosis of health, during April 2001 to December 2007, in the Province of Tucuman, Argentina. Material and Methods: Data were obtained from public organisms of the Province of Tucuman. For research in health were used the data base of the National Scientific and Technical Research Council - Argentina (CONICET) and the National University of Tucuman (UNT). For research in Health and social care were realized interviews to key actors directly involved in knowledge management, Government officials of the Ministry of Health and the Secretary of Science and Technology of Productive Innovation of the Province of Tucuman, and Ministry of Social Development and the officials of the Health System of Tucuman. Results: Medicine accounted 4.9% of all projects funded by the University and 1.9% of total approved by the Ministry of Science and Technology of UNT. A similar situation is described for our province in relation to grants from CONICET with the 2% of total funding. Clinical and Epidemiological Research were the most investigated according to the classification presented. According to the survey, 32% of respondents felt that “articulates quite” the scientific research programs with Primary Health Care. Conclusions: There is little knowledge about health research projects funded by public entities in different geographical areas studied (Metropolitan, Agroindustrial and SILOS). It was noted that in a university institutional area, Health Sciences, and Medicine in particular, is an area of vacancy

Keywords : Primary care; Research; Public Health; Argentina.

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