The Portal of Scientific Journals of the São Paulo State Secretariat of Health aims to gather, organize and unify the electronic publication of the collections of institutional journals in the same virtual environment, using the OJS (Open Journal System) system.
Aiming at increasing the visibility of institutional journals, guaranteeing access to the full text and optimizing management and electronic publication services, its main purpose is to provide technical and scientific knowledge produced within the scope of SES-SP. Currently 05 titles are part of this Portal.
Created in 2004, is a publication of the Disease Control Coordination (CCD), an organ of the São Paulo State Department of Health (SES-SP).
On a monthly basis, he is mainly interested in technical and scientific productions in the areas of planning and implementing health promotion actions, prevention and control of any risks, injuries and diseases, within the scope of the Unified Health System (SUS). The publication aims to establish a communication channel between the various technical areas and instances of SUS, disseminating information, promoting updating and improvement of professionals and institutions, in addition to encouraging the production of technical-scientific works by public and private health networks.
Its mission is to promote debate in the health area based on qualified information, contributing to decision-making in the formulation of public policies, based on a broad discussion of concepts and trends in the field of Public Health, with a view to improving the System Unified Health System (SUS).
Aims to publish documents, analytical and descriptive texts, as well as iconographic collections related to topics in the areas of knowledge in the history of science and public health. This is a semiannual publication, which aims to encourage the development of the area, also opening space for the publication of works produced by young researchers.
The Journal Hansenologia Internationalis: leprosy and other infectious diseases is an official vehicle for scientific publishing, multidisciplinary and open access. It belongs to the Lauro de Souza Lima Institute, of the Health Services Coordination, São Paulo State Health Department. It aims to disseminate scientific publications in the field of leprosy and other infectious diseases with dermatological manifestations. Publishing in continuous flow mode, it is the only current Brazilian and Latin American publication that has leprosy as its main theme; with regular circulation since 1976, and with all issues available in full, online and free.
Instituto Adolfo Lutz Journal (RIAL) is a peer-reviewed annual journal of continuous flow, on line, with open access publication. It has been published by the Instituto Adolfo Lutz since 1941 in Portuguese. Articles in English and Spanish are also accepted for publication. RIAL aims to disseminate results of scientific investigations related to health promotion actions, prevention and control of diseases and diseases of interest in public health in the areas of epidemiological and health surveillance.
Being open access, RIAL does not charge a submission or publication fee.