dimensions of biomedical knowledge, covering important political and cultural processes both in national and transnational contexts. Chronologically, the text's purview extends from the development of legislation and institutional structures and practices of
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importantly, the role is understood as the link between traditional and biomedical knowledge as well as between the community and the health team. In sum, AIS are perceived as key participants in the practice of differentiated attention. For successful