- Autores: Abath M, Bezerra L, Costa J, Felisberto E, Hartz Z
- Ano de Publicação: 2017
- Journal: Anais do Instituto de Higiene e Medicina Tropical
- Link: http://ihmtweb.ihmt.unl.pt/PublicacoesFB/Anais/Anais_vol16_suplemento2_2017/files/assets/common/downloads/An%20Inst%20Hig%20Med%20Trop%202017-VOL16%20_Supl.%202_site.pdf
The knowledge Management (KM) aggregates strategies of development, improvement, dissemination and use of knowledge influencing actions and decisions in the organizational context. It has to do with the creation, identification, capture, sharing and use of knowledge, approaching what is expected in response to a Public Health Emergency (ESP). The objective of this study was to analyze the GC of the Zika Virus Congenital Syndrome (SCZ) epidemic, in Pernambuco, state of the northeastern Brazil. Based on an analytical model that explores dyadic capabilities fundamental to the value chain of the KM: Mapping and acquisition of knowledge; production an destruction of knowledge; integration and knowledge sharing; multiplication and protection of knowledge; knowledge performance and innovation, adapted to the components of an ESP. A qualitative study was conducted with open interviews and documentary analysis. The results point to the production of events and registrations in the criteria defined for the five dyadic capacities of the KM studied at the time of the CSZ epidemic, finding only knowledge/ innovation performance gaps, especially with regard to the measurement of results and consequences achieved by the reproduction of knowledge.