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Santa Casa da Misericórdia de Lisboa na linha da frente na resposta à COVID-19

Santa Casa da Misericórdia de Lisboa na linha da frente na resposta à COVID-19

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March 2020 will be forever marked as the month in which all the social services and responses of Santa Casa da Misericórdia of Lisbon had to adapt to the pandemic situation generated by the SARS CoV 2 coronavirus and the Covid-19 disease. The reorganisation of the services was reflected in the contingency plans, which followed the guidelines of the Directorate-General for Health and were fundamental for the prevention and non-dissemination of the virus. The context of uncertainty and risk that we are going through, as well as the need to act in an emergency should not prevent us from reflecting on the problems that we had to face, the strategies and responses that we developed and the challenges that still lie ahead. In this sense, I considered it extremely relevant to collect a set of information that would not only reflect the route taken collectively, but also provide us with elements to envisage future challenges. (...) This book reflects what we have experienced over the last few months, once again becoming written in the history of SCML, the way in which the whole City was cherished and protected by all of us. I am sure that in the future we will say with pride that we were all the ones who fought this pandemic.
Sérgio Cintra
Executive Administrator of Social Action,
Entrepreneurship and Social Economy of SCML

Coordination: Alexandra Castro and Isabel Guerra
Authors: Cátia Vale (UTA), Elisabete Lopes (UTA), Sofia Costa (NMAG), João Fernandes (NMAG), Lara André (NMAG), Luís Conceição (NMAG), Paulo Ferreira ( NMAG), Rogélia Vargues (NMAG), Ana Firmino (DIEPE), Genoveva Borges (DIEPE), Hélder Oliveira (DIEPE)

Design: TVM Designers

Year of publication: November, 2021
Editor: Editorial Center of Santa Casa da Misericórdia de Lisboa
ISBN: 9789899021495

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