ACCDiS in Media
Five golden rules for self-care at Fiestas Patrias.
Catterina Ferreccio, head of the PhD in Epidemiology at the Catholic University and a member of the Covid-19 Advisory Committee of the Minsal, says the virus hasn't changed substantially, but people do, and that this change has changed the landscape of the pandemic. Part with a recount.
Technology transfers: lights and leftovers from a key step
Over the past decade, patent applications for scientific developments have tripled, but the lack of private supports and greater state incentives makes the process more difficult.
Heart Month: the relevance of controlling the risk factors for cardiovascular disease
August is listed as Heart Month, initiative that aims to educate on cardiovascular disease. In addition to delivering recommendations to prevent this pathology, which is the leading cause of death in Chile.
Exposure to pesticides in Chile and population health: urgency for decision-making
Recently the Spanish magazine "Gaceta Sanitaria", published a scientific paper written by the Pesticide Research Network (Riplag), which aims to collect and analyze the epidemiological evidence generated in Chile on the health effects of pesticide use.
How to encourage school research during the pandemic?
The emergence of COVID-19 forced us to suspend many aspects of our lives, work and leisure were left in the air while we waited for an eventual response to the pandemic.
Epidemiologist and deconfining process: Avoiding flare-ups depends on people
Epidemiologist Catterina Ferreccio, member of the Covid Advisory Committee of the Ministry of Health, dialogue with El Diario de Cooperativa on Saturday about the deconfunding process that is taking place in some communes of the country