The program has four classrooms (304, 305, 306 and 308), with a total capacity of 90 seats. Both provide TV, DVD, sound, and data-show equipment. By opening a divider, the two rooms become an auditorium that seats 70. Other program rooms include the Registrar’s Office (307), the Office of the Program Chair (307), and two rooms for short courses or meetings.
The student room (302) has six computers connected to the Internet and the Fiocruz intranet, as well as lockers for storing material. Students can access the CAPES Journal Portal here. The computers are also linked to the Printing and Binding Service, located next door, where black-and-white photocopies can be purchased for a small fee. The student room is open Monday through Friday from 9:30 am to 5:00 pm.
The Casa de Oswaldo Cruz, with which the PPGHCS is affiliated, has an archives and a library on the history of the sciences and health. Students also have access to the Oswaldo Cruz Foundation Library Network, which comprises ten interlinked facilities.
A restaurant is located in the PPGHCS building. A shuttle service operates between the building and the main Fiocruz campus, where bank branches, postal services, restaurants, and an urgent care clinic can be found.
More information on infrastructure and services available at the PPGHCS building and the Fiocruz campus can be found on the Public Services page.
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