The Cuban Institute of Friendship with the Peoples (ICAP) on Monday defended the integrity of the Cuban doctors who are working in Brazil and condemned the derogatory statements by President-elect Jair Bolsonaro about them.
The President of the Workers Party (PT) of Brazil, Gleisi Hoffman, thanked the government and Cuban doctors for their solidarity with her people, who today regret the withdrawal of their professionals from the More Doctors Program.
Health authorities from small cities in northeastern Brazil fear a health gap might result from the departure of Cuban doctors due to the offensive positions of the future government of far right politian Jair Bolsonaro.
A photograph of the first Cuban doctors and health workers who arrived in Sierra Leone in 2014 to combat Ebola illustrates this Thursday one of the multiple dimensions of Latin America’s global leadership in South-South cooperation.
Health authorities from small cities in northeastern Brazil fear a health blackout on Thursday due to the departure of Cuban doctors, in the face of offensive positions of the future government of the far right Jair Bolsonaro.
Cuba’s Ministry of Public Health (Minsap) announced on Wednesday that it will not continue in Brazil”s More Doctors Program, given the conditions set forth by the president-elect of the South American country, Jair Bolsonaro, for the island”s professionals.
The International Symposium on Sudden Cardiovascular Death, started on Tuesday in Havana, should give a lot of information to continue learning about the reality of Latin America and the Caribbean, Peruvian physician Jonathan Quispe said.
The 16th Pan-American Nursing Research Colloquium concludes Friday in Havana with the assistance of delegates from 21 countries after four scientific days, dedicated to improve the quality of care to patients.
The 16th Pan-American Nursing Research Colloquium is focusing on Wednesday on the provision of services in Latin American and Caribbean communities with participation of representatives of 21 countries at Havana”s Conference Center.
Cuba has one nurse for every 123 inhabitants, Cuban Health Minister Jose Angel Portal said on Tuesday during the inaugural conference of the 16th Pan-American Colloquium on Nursing Research attended by delegates from 21 countries.