Reference : Prevention Library and Resources in four languages (QP Library)
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Prevention Library and Resources in four languages (QP Library)
[es] Biblioteca Virtual de Prevención Cuaternaria (Biblioteca Virtual P4)
[es] Biblioteca Virtual de Prevenção Quaternária (Biblioteca Virtual P4)
[fr] Bibliothèque virtuele et ressources sur la prévention quaternaire
Comité de Bibliografía en Prevención Cuaternaria []
Pizanelli, Miguel [Associate professor of Family Medicine, > Department of Family and Community Medicine, UdelaR, > University of Montevideo, Uruguay > > >]
La Valle, Ricardo [Buenos aires, Argentina > > > >]
Jamoulle, Marc mailto [Université de Liège - ULiège > > > Doct. sc. médicales (Bologne)]
[en] Family medicine ; Quaternary prevention ; Bibliography
[en] Since Quaternary Prevention is very extensive and complex, during the design process for database input, an indexing structure with the use of coding tools and categories was considered.
This design will allow the addition of materials and will provide easy access to them.

To add documents, 13 data fields must be populated. To access the input data form, for the purpose of adding documents, use this link:
To avoid duplication of data entries, it is necessary to review and perform an audit. In the beginning, we will provide this tutorial to a few data entry collaborators. To become a data entry collaborator, please send an e-mail to the following address:
Charts are available in eight languages to code with Q-Codes:
Researchers ; Professionals ; Students
Since the beginning of the work on Latin American networks on Quaternary Prevention, it has been necessary to provide a bibliographic database and resources with the objective of disseminating the concept and its application.

The current platform has been designed to be augmented from various sources and shared with whomever necessary.
The documents and materials that are uploaded to the platform can be shared through an Excel document. The entries have been coded with the multilingual terminology of general practice and family medicine, Q-Codes (

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