COMPREHENSIVE CARE PROGRAM FOR CHRONIC CONDITIONS​

COVITEL

Covitel is a national survey, with representation for Brazil and the country’s five largest regions: Mid-West, Northeast, North, Southeast, and South. Its findings illustrate the magnitude of the impact of the risk factors for chronic non-communicable diseases (NCDs) in the adult population, above 18 years old. 

Information regarding physical activity, diet, mental health, health state, arterial hypertension and diabetes was collected, amongst other data related to the consumption of alcohol and tobacco, comparing the pre-pandemic period with the first trimester of 2022 (when the interviews were conducted) when vaccines against Covid-19 were already widely available to the population.

Click here to access the full report.

Also get to know the book published by CONASS: Covitel – an illustration of the impacts of the pandemic on the risk factors of chronic non-communicable diseases.

To navigate Covitel’s data, access the APS observatory.

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Interviews conducted in 2022
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Scientific articles published
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Final report published and the availability of microdata

Result:

Improvement in the quality of life of the Brazilian adult population, through public policies oriented by data that aim to reduce the morbimortality caused by NCDs as a consequence of the Covid-19 Pandemic.

Scope:
Brazil and vast regions

Benefitted Public:
The entire Brazilian population

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