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Anvisa launched a variety of online courses aimed at Health Surveillance professionals who work in health-related sectors and are relevant to the field of health.

The action aims to enable the Brazilian Health Surveillance System (SNVS) to standardize health checks in establishments.

Training plays a key role in improving the health inspection process. In this sense, Anvisa is launching a series of online courses that focus on good inspection practices in healthcare services and areas related to healthcare.


This menu of courses currently includes four initiatives:

Este menu de cursos inclui atualmente quatro iniciativas:

Course on Good Practices in Vaccination Services in Brazil: This course was developed to guide public health professionals in carrying out inspections in locations offering vaccination services. The objective is to provide as many tools as possible to assess the application of applicable legislation.

Course on Management of Benefits and Potential Risks in Health Surveillance (Course 1 of the Visa em Foco Track):

This course covers the fundamental concepts of the Potential Risk Assessment Model (MARP®️), which is a reference for the use of Objective Inspection Guides (ROI) recommended by the Project to Improve the Sanitary Inspection Process in Health Services.

The harmonization of inspections and the reinforcement of the Brazilian Health Surveillance System (SNVS) are essential objectives for Anvisa, as these actions are significantly highlighted for improving the safety and quality of services provided to the population.

All content related to the initiative to improve the health services inspection process can be easily accessed here, directly on our portal:

Project to Improve the Sanitary Inspection Process in Health Services and of Health Interest — Brazilian Health Surveillance Agency – Anvisa

In this space, you will find planned information about how Anvisa is working to improve the efficiency and effectiveness of health inspections in health services, which, in turn, contributes to safer and quality care for our population.