Profiles And Contributions To This Article

Mais Médicos program: provision of medical doctors in rural, remote and socially vulnerable areas of Brazil, 2013-2014

Lucélia  Pereira

Lucélia Pereira

qualifications: MSc

contribution: Study design, data analyses, writing the first draft and the final version of the manuscript

position: Professor

Brazil


Leonor  santos

Leonor Santos

qualifications: PhD

contribution: Study design, data analyses and revision of the manuscript

position: Professor

Brazil

Interested in health research systems, public health, healthcare professional equitable distribution.


Wallace  Santos

Wallace Santos

qualifications: MSc

contribution: Quantitative data analyses and revision of the manuscript

position: Professor


Aimê  Oliveira

Aimê Oliveira

qualifications: Bachelor in Biology

contribution: Spatial data analyses and revision of the manuscript

position: Research assistant

Brazil


Daphne  Rattner

Daphne Rattner

qualifications: PhD

contribution: Data analyses, revision of the draft and final manuscript

position: Professor

Brazil

Daphne Rattner, MD, PhD, Epidemiologist, Adjunct professor, University of Brasilia Research interests: Quality of Health Care, Maternal and Child Health, Epidemiology, Humanization of Childbirth


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