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Francijane Oliveira da Conceição; Cyntia Mendes Aguiar; Jorge Juan Zavaleta Gavidia; Cristiane da Cruz Lamas; Renato Cerceau
The Instituto Nacional de Cardiologia (INC), a public tertiary referral cardiology centre located in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, aims to structure and organize all available institutional data into one single space that is easily accessible to its workers and also to the wider scientific community and
the general public. At present, these data are dispersed in different sources, with little accessibility and low safety. International experience suggests the most adequate way to preserve the institutional memory and to diffuse knowledge is through a structure called a repository. Technological tools make the creation of a repository easier nowadays. Our Project aims to structure the ATRIUM, INC’s institutional repository. The ATRIUM will store all relevant institutional data and allow members of the public safe and timely access to it.
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About the authors:
Francijane Oliveira da Conceição is a Librarian, with a MSc in Information Science (Fiocruz). She works at the Instituto Nacional de Cardiologia
Cyntia Mendes Aguiar is a Librarian, with a MSc in Information Science (Fiocruz). She works at the Instituto Nacional de Cardiologia.
Jorge Juan Zavaleta Gavidia is a Postdoctoral Researcher fellow in Machine Learning methods to Fake News in heath. He has a PhD in Engineering and Computer Systems (Artificial Intelligence area) from the PESC/COPPE of the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro (UFRJ – Brazil). He also has a Master’s Degree in Computer Science from the Informatics Institute of the Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul (UFRGS – Brazil). Graduation in Mathematics and Bachelor of Physical Sciences and Mathematics from the National University of Trujillo (UNT-Perú). His research is mainly on Information Systems, Artificial Intelligence, and Data Science with applications in Education, Heath, and Meteorology.
Cristiane da Cruz Lamas is an infectious diseases physician, currently a member of the Professional Master Course in Cardiovascular Diseases and Head of the Teaching Division in Instituto Nacional de Cardiologia. She also works in Instituto Nacional de Infectologia Evandro Chagas, Fiocruz, Rio de Janeiro, where she is a mentor to medical residents and postgraduate students from overseas. She is a senior lecturer in Infectious Diseases at Unigranrio University. Her main interests are infection and teaching.
Renato Cerceau (Presenting author) is a senior researcher, epidemiologist and physician. Currently, he is a member of the Professional Master Course in Cardiovascular Diseases and PostDoc in Telemedicine and Health at Universidade Estadual do Rio de Janeiro. His main interests are data science and health applied computing.