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The April edition opens with two editorials on highly relevant and current issues. The first addresses Zika in Cadernos de Saúde Pública, discusses efforts by researchers, policymakers, and health professionals in the Unified Health System (SUS) to rapidly and consistently expand the knowledge base on the relationship between Zika virus infection during pregnancy and microcephaly. In this context, the editorial highlights the decision by the journal's Editorial Board to adopt a "fast track" system for reviewing and publishing articles on Zika in CSP.

The second, entitled Democracy and Collective Health. The editors reflect on Brazil's current political crisis and emphasize the need to reclaim the "principles and values of Collective Health that contribute to the consolidation of democracy and inspire strategies to deal with problems in health services and the population's health" (p. 1).

This edition includes two Perspectives and one Brief Communication on Zika. The article Threats of retrocession in sexual and reproductive health policies in Brazil during the Zika epidemic discusses the setbacks written into Bill of Law 5.059/2013 in relation to the current Zika epidemic. According to the authors, "Brazil runs the risk of counteracting the measures needed to guarantee women's sexual and reproductive health..." (p. 3).

Meanwhile, the author of From Ebola to Zica: international emergencies and the securitization of global health argues that "only an efficient health system can guarantee continuity of care for persons affected by the crisis" (p. 3) and highlights the relevance of measures targeted to the social determinants of health.

The Brief Communication addresses the issue of microcephaly in the State of Pernambuco and its epidemiological characteristics and the assessment of diagnostic accuracy in cutoff points for reporting cases of microcephaly.

The April edition as a whole features the journal's traditional diversity.

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Cadernos de Saúde Pública

Cadernos de Saúde Pública/Reports in Public Health – CSP – is a monthly journal published by the Sergio Arouca National School of Public Health, Oswaldo Cruz Foundation (ENSP/FIOCRUZ).

The journal is devoted to the publication of scientific articles focusing on the production of knowledge in Collective Health. CSP also aims to foster critical reflection and debate on current themes related to public policies and factors that impact populations' living conditions and healthcare.

All articles undergo in-depth assessment by the CSP Editorial Board, organized on a peer review basis and respecting the diversity of approaches, objects of study, and methods from the different disciplines that characterize the field. Originality, relevance, and methodological rigor are the main characteristics considered in the review process.

CSP is currently one of the principal sources of scientific information in Public Health in Latin America. The periodicity and regularity of CSP, along with the careful selection of articles for publication, have guaranteed the journal's wide dissemination in both the academic and scientific community and health services.

CSP is indexed in the leading international bibliographic databases.

CSP adopts an attribution type Creative Commons license – CC-BY – which permits distributing, remixing, adapting, and building upon articles, even for commercial purposes, provided that appropriate credit is given to the authors, as specified by CSP.

 

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