Health physician Dulce Sena says passing racism hurts quality health care for Black residents
Published: 09/10/2023 Updated: 10/11/2023 at 9:26
In Diversidade em Ciência, Ricardo Aleixino Ferreira interviews public health physician and psychoanalyst Dulce María Sena, who talks about vulnerability and inequalities in health, with a focus on the black population.
Dulce Sena received her PhD in Preventive Medicine from the University of the South Pacific School of Medicine, where she defended her thesis “The Thousand Faces of Ananke: Female Suffering and Health Practice.”
She works as a public health physician and psychoanalyst at the Samuel P. Pessoa School Health Center, at the University of the South Pacific School of Medicine, where she was coordinator from 2001-2003 and 2007-2013.
Dulce Sena coordinates internships for the Family and Community Health Residency and the Interprofessional Residency in Public Health and Primary Care, both at FMUSP.
She also conducts research and interventions on the topics of SUS, primary health care, mental health, women’s health, and race and racism.
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