He is 47 years-old. Madeiran to the core, despite his subtle accent; and since 2018, he is principal investigator of the research group 2D4H - Secondary Data for Healthcare Research, of the Thematic Line 3 of CINTESIS. He lived in Madeira until he was admitted to study Applied Mathematics, branch of Computer Science, at the Faculty of Sciences of the University [...]
What do you know about Basic Life Support (BLS)? Would you be able to perform BLS in an emergency situation? What are you missing to be able to save a life? Researchers from CINTESIS - Center for Health Technology and Services Research wanted to evaluate the general public's knowledge on this matter. Globally, almost 80% of the individuals admit to [...]
From May 30 to June 1, the II Congress on Preventive Medicine will take place with the support of CINTESIS – Center for Health Technology and Services Research. After the first edition had been dedicated to prevention as a key factor for health sustainability, the main topic this year will be: “Promote health to protect us from disease.” The second edition, [...]
Canal S+ // Manuel Gonçalves Pinho, from CINTESIS, Reveals 81 Thousand Hospitalizations Due to Bronchiolitis in 16 Years
Acute Bronchiolitis looks a lot like a common cold. However, as the illness progresses, the person presents worsening respiratory distress and fatigue. In an interview to Canal S+, Manuel Gonçalves Pinho, from CINTESIS - Center for Health Technology and Services Research, reveals that this pathology is responsible for 25% of the hospitalizations of children under 2 years of age and [...]
TSF // Engineers, Doctors and Therapists Together in a Project to Give Voice to People with Dysphonia
Engineers, doctors and speech therapists come together in a project to create a mobile application that aims to reconstruct the "natural voice" of people who suffer from some type of dysphonia. The project's title is DyNaVoiceR and Jorge Spratley, otolaryngologist and CINTESIS researcher , takes part in it. Learn more about it here.
When a research team from CINTESIS – Center for Health Technology and Services Research goes to school, something Scientifically Provable can happen. Cristina Jácome was one of the researchers from CINTESIS who participated in the activity in the context of the initiative Scientifically Probable This April, a group of researchers from CINTESIS left the university premises and went back to school, [...]