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Juventude pobre, violência e cidadania
Lopes, Roseli Esquerdo;Adorno, Rubens de Camargo Ferreira;Malfitano, Ana Paula Serrata;Takeiti, Beatriz Akemi;Silva, Carla Regina;Borba, Patrícia Leme de Oliveira;
Saúde e Sociedade , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-12902008000300008
Abstract: this article searches, from a social historical point of view, for ways of facing the violence that afflicts teenagers and youngsters of urban popular groups in brazil. violence is a complex phenomenon of great importance in many social substrates. the vulnerability of those teenagers and youngsters, as shown by a plurality of indexes, has reached unacceptable highs in brazil, where the public policies, so far, have proven to be inadequate, insufficient and fragmented. thus, the article reports and analyzes a social intervention based on education and on the defense of human rights deriving from citizenship, targeted on socially vulnerable teenagers and youngsters, specifically those living in a deprived region lacking basic social infrastructure located in a medium-sized town in the state of s?o paulo. different projects dealt with actions based on an interdisciplinary approach, according to the following aspects: a) school violence; b) urban violence; c) human rights violation and violence in the community. the results showed a collective frame related to actions concerning teenagers and youngsters of urban popular groups and their alternatives. strategies for dealing with these matters in public spaces are formulated, from regular schools to more recent institutions concerning the contradictory logic of social rights. therefore, subsidies are provided for public policies in order to reduce the differences, discrimination and violence that afflict teenagers and youngsters in brazil.
Analysis of Nursing Care Concept: Perspective of the Person Submitted to Care  [PDF]
Camila Brasil Moreira, Ana Fátima Carvalho Fernandes, Míria Concei??o Lavinas Santos, Altamira Mendon?a Félix Gomes, Carla Monique Lopes Mour?o, Rosy Denyse Pinheiro de Oliveira, Angelica Isabely de Morais Almeida, Suzy Ramos Rocha, Cláudia Rayanna Silva Mendes, Sadrine Maria Eufrasino de Pinho, Marinna Maria de Andrade Costa, Jordana Prado Benevides, Caroline Batista de Queiroz Aquino, Iarlla Silva Ferreira, Raquel Vilanova Araujo
Open Journal of Nursing (OJN) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojn.2016.66051
Abstract: This study aimed to analyze the concept of nursing care to patients with breast cancer on chemotherapy treatment, according to the perspective of the person submitted to care. The study followed the conceptual analysis methodology proposed by Walker and Avant according to Waldow, and it was developed through consultation to SCOPUS and CINAHL databases. The selection was carried out by inclusion and exclusion criteria, constituting a sample of 7 articles. There have been identified the main uses of the risk concept, defining attributes, antecedents and consequences of the concept. The evaluation of the concept and nursing care to breast cancer patient on chemotherapy treatment allowed a broader understanding of the phenomenon, with emphasis on the skills and competencies in nursing care dispensed to woman on chemotherapy treatment for breast cancer.
"Grupos de Conversa": saúde da pessoa idosa na estratégia saúde da família
Combinato, Denise Stefanoni;Vecchia, Marcelo Dalla;Lopes, Ellen Gon?alves;Manoel, Rosimeire Aparecida;Marino, Helena Duarte;Oliveira, Ana Carla Salesse de;Silva, Katiuska Fabiana da;
Psicologia & Sociedade , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-71822010000300016
Abstract: the brazilian policy on health of the elderly indicates the importance of: the publishing of the rights of the elderly; the promotion of the active and healthy aging; the continuing health workforce education, and the support on the development of studies and research. the effects of an extent experience carried out with the partnership and the collaboration of primary care services are presented and discussed. it aimed at the development of health promotion activities with elderly, pointing towards the active aging and the quality of life of this population. it was possible to observe that the group activities consisted in an exceptional opportunity for the constitution of social support networks, for the establishment and widening of emotional bonds; reflection and consciousness upon health and illness determinants; group organization and mobilization towards effective popular participation; besides the health educational opportunity provided to all involved.
Assédio moral no trabalho no setor saúde no Rio de Janeiro: algumas características
Xavier, Ana Carolina Hungria;Barcelos, Carla Regina Veiga;Lopes, Jaqueline Peixoto;Chamarelli, Priscila Gandarela;Ribeiro, Sarah de Souza;Lacerda, Luciene da Silva;Palacios, Marisa;
Revista Brasileira de Saúde Ocupacional , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0303-76572008000100003
Abstract: this article aims at analyzing the magnitude and some characteristics of the workplace moral harassment phenomenon in rio de janeiro health sector. data from a randomized anonymous survey research developed in 2001 as part of the program "workplace violence in the health sector" was analyzed. all cases (1569) and their variables related to moral harassment were selected for the bank analysis. the professional group of nurses' aides presented the highest proportion of moral harassment victims (22.7%) and the most frequent perpetrators were co-workers, supervisors and managers (48.7%). the victims' most frequent psychological reaction was "becoming super-alert". although part of them (38.5%) reported to their bosses they had been morally harrassed, only 20% of them had an action taken. in order to evidence this kind of violence in brazil, the authors suggest increasing research and surveillance. they also emphasize the need to implement institutional measures to control violence at work and studies that will stimulate the institutional management of this kind of violence.
Avalia??o da memória operacional fonológica e impulsividade de usuários de drogas atendidos em um Centro de Aten??o Integrada à Saúde Mental
Costa, Luciana Lopes Silva;Navas, Ana Luiza Gomes Pinto;Oliveira, Christian Cesar Candido;Ratto, Lilian Ribeiro Caldas;Carvalho, Kamila Helena Prior de;Silva, Helio Rodrigues da;Lopes, Cristiane;Tieppo, Carla Andréa;
Revista CEFAC , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-18462011005000095
Abstract: purpose: to evaluate the phonological working memory abilities and check possible influences of impulsivity in patients starting treatment at the program for alcohol and drug users at caism. method: 29 patients: 21 males and 8 females, drug users, 37.9±10.5 year old and with 10.59±3.53 years of schooling; and 30 volunteers: 19 males and 11 female, 32.4±11.9 year old and 11.07±3.29 years of schooling, with no psychiatric history or substance abuse freely participated. the subjects were asked to attend the specific evaluation, aiming to assess: 1) phonological working memory for words and pseudowords, 2) impulsivity in its second order factors (attention impulsiveness, motor and non-planning). results: concerning the performance of the subjects in the drug users' group in the evaluation of phonological working memory when compared to the control group we found a reduction in both the auditory word span and pseudowords, as well as the total number of correct recalls of words and pseudowords. in the evaluation of impulsivity, the group of drug users had high scores comparing to control subjects in all subtypes related to impulsivity, including the total score of impulsivity. there were no correlations among impulsivity scores and words and/or pseudowords' span. conclusion: this pattern of responses indicates impairment in verbal working memory processing and high level of impulsivity in this population of chronic drug users. the poor performance of chronic drug users on all tests of phonological working memory is probably not due to the increased noted impulsivity. these analyses help to plan treatment strategies intended towards the detected alterations.
GuaragnaSCORE satisfactorily predicts outcomes in heart valve surgery in a Brazilian hospital
, Michel Pompeu Barros de Oliveira;Sá, Marcus Villander Barros de Oliveira;Albuquerque, Ana Carla Lopes de;Silva, Belisa Barreto Gomes da;Siqueira, José Williams Muniz de;Brito, Phabllo Rodrigo Santos de;Vasconcelos, Frederico Pires;Lima, Ricardo de Carvalho;
Revista Brasileira de Cirurgia Cardiovascular , 2012, DOI: 10.5935/1678-9741.20120003
Abstract: objective: the aim of this study is to evaluate the applicability of guaragnascore for predicting mortality in patients undergoing heart valve surgery in the division of cardiovascular surgery of pronto socorro cardiológico de pernambuco - procape, recife, pe, brazil. methods: retrospective study involving 491 consecutive patients operated between may/2007 and december/2010. the registers contained all the information used to calculate the score. the outcome of interest was death. association of model factors with death (univariate analysis and multivariate logistic regression analysis), association of risk score classes with death and accuracy of the model by the area under the roc (receiver operating characteristic) curve were calculated. results: the incidence of death was 15.1%. the nine variables of the score were predictive of perioperative death in both univariate and multivariate analysis. we observed that the higher the risk class of the patient (low, medium, high, very high, extremely high), the greater is the incidence of postoperative af (0%; 7.2%; 25.5%; 38.5%; 52.4%), showing that the model seems to be a good predictor of risk of postoperative death, in a statistically significant association (p <0.001). the score presented a good accuracy, since the discrimination power of the model in this study according to the roc curve was 78.1%. conclusions: the brazilian score proved to be a simple and objective index, revealing a satisfactory predictor of perioperative mortality in patients undergoing heart valve surgery at our institution.
Predicting risk of atrial fibrillation after heart valve surgery: evaluation of a Brazilian risk score
, Michel Pompeu Barros de Oliveira;Sá, Marcus Villander Barros de Oliveira;Albuquerque, Ana Carla Lopes de;Silva, Belisa Barreto Gomes da;Siqueira, José Williams Muniz de;Brito, Phabllo Rodrigo Santos de;Ferraz, Paulo Ernando;Lima, Ricardo de Carvalho;
Revista Brasileira de Cirurgia Cardiovascular , 2012, DOI: 10.5935/1678-9741.20120017
Abstract: objective: the aim of this study is to evaluate the applicability of a brazilian score for predicting atrial fibrillation (af) in patients undergoing heart valve surgery in the division of cardiovascular surgery of pronto socorro cardiológico de pernambuco - procape (recife, pe, brazil). methods: retrospective study involving 491 consecutive patients operated between may/2007 and december/2010. the registers contained all the information used to calculate the score. the outcome of interest was af. we calculated association of model factors with af (univariate analysis and multivariate logistic regression analysis), and association of risk score classes with af. results: the incidence of af was 31.2%. in multivariate analysis, the four variables of the score were predictors of postoperative af: age >70 years (or 6.82; 95%ci 3.34-14.10; p<0.001), mitral valve disease (or 3.18; 95%ci 1.83-5.20; p<0.001), no use of beta-blocker or discontinuation of its use in the postoperative period (or 1.63; 95%ci 1.05-2.51; p=0.028), total fluid balance > 1500 ml at first 24 hours (or 1.92; 95%ci 1.28-2.88; p=0.002). we observed that the higher the risk class of the patient (low, medium, high, very high), the greater is the incidence of postoperative af (4.2%; 18.1%; 30.8%; 49.2%), showing that the model seems to be a good predictor of risk of postoperative af, in a statistically significant association (p<0.001). conclusions: the brazilian score proved to be a simple and objective index, revealing a satisfactory predictor of development of postoperative af in patients undergoing heart valve surgery at our institution.
Working with Creativity of Gifted Students through Ludic Teaching  [PDF]
Fernanda Hellen Ribeiro Piske, Tania Stoltz, Jarci Maria Machado, Carla Luciane Blum Vestena, Carla Sant'ana de Oliveira, Samarah Perszel de Freitas, Cristiana Lopes Machado
Creative Education (CE) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2016.711167
Abstract: Educational practices that develop creativity depend on good teacher training. Teachers should be able to value the potential of their students. Teacher can promote a work with creative educational practices for this which it is necessary to develop in their students the ability to think in terms of possibility to explore various consequences and suggest changes and improvements to their own ideas. Teacher is a facilitator of the teaching-learning process and encourages the interests of their students. He/she should respect their feelings and emotions, allowing that each student has the freedom to express themselves in class in a positive emotional climate. Teacher should respect his/her students in accordance with their needs. Needs can be cognitive, social or emotional. It is possible to emphasize the importance of ludic teaching to attend psychological, cognitive, emotional and social needs of gifted students. Through ludic teaching, teachers can incite the desire to learn of these children and help them to develop their creative potential.
Barriers to Creativity, Identification and Inclusion of Gifted Student  [PDF]
Fernanda Hellen Ribeiro Piske, Tania Stoltz, Carla Luciane Blum Vestena, Samarah Perszel de Freitas, Bernadete de Fátima Bastos Valentim, Carla Sant’ana de Oliveira, Ana Aparecida de Oliveira Machado Barby, Cristiana Lopes Machado
Creative Education (CE) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2016.714192
Abstract: At most time, gifted student remains hidden in the classroom, without voice and no right to a quality education. The current educational reality can be considered a barrier to the development of creativity at school and the worst thing is that this student often does not have access to specialized service because he/she is not identified. In this sense, this research aims to highlight opportunities of identification and inclusion for gifted children. The conclusion is that the elucidation of the gifted child's needs can help many teachers to improve teaching strategies that foster creativity of this child and incite their curiosity and their desire to learn. From the moment that this child is identified, there will be the possibility of having access to specialized service so that their special needs can be attended. It is essential that teachers are prepared to promote a quality education that attends each dimension of development of gifted student. This way is possible to identify and include this child at school.
Factors That Influence the Choice of Dialysis Modality in the Elderly  [PDF]
Ana Elizabeth Figueiredo, Angélica Ribeiro de Freitas, Jéssica da Silva Lopes, Danusa Pires
Open Journal of Nursing (OJN) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojn.2014.413102
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This study aimed to identify the influencing factors on choice of dialysis modality in patients aged 60 years or more and the barriers and/or facilitators in the decision-making process. A descriptive, cross-sectional study was conducted involving patients undergoing renal replacement therapy for at least three months. Of the 55 patients included, 35 (64%) were under medical care before starting dialysis. The majority of patients, 55% (30), reported being consulted regarding the type of dialysis they would like. The most chosen therapy was hemodialysis with physician indication being the most influencing factor on the choice of dialysis modality. Visual and mobility problems were those principally reported by the elderly participants. This study suggests the need for greater pre-dialysis participation by the multidisciplinary team and emphasizes the importance of patient involvement in the decision-making process.
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