publication . Preprint . 2005

Salud y mortalidad infantil en Brasil

Denisard Alves; Walter Belluzzo;
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  • Published: 01 Apr 2005
Abstract
(Disponible en idioma inglés únicamente) La salud infantil es un aspecto fundamental del programa de políticas públicas de los países en desarrollo. A lo largo de los años se han puesto en práctica numerosas políticas destinadas al mejoramiento de la salud infantil, con diversos grados de éxito. En Brasil, dichas políticas han llevado a una disminución considerable de los niveles de mortalidad infantil durante los últimos 30 años. Sin embargo, a pesar de esa mejora, las tasas de mortalidad siguen siendo elevadas con respecto a los niveles internacionales, y existe una variación considerable entre municipios en Brasil, lo que sugiere que convendría diseñar políti...

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