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ASSISTêNCIA EM SAúDE MENTAL. A INSER O DA FAMíLIA NA ASSISTêNCIA PSIQUIáTRICA
Elizabeth Esperidi?o
Revista Eletr?nica de Enfermagem , 2001,
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Repensando a forma o do Enfermeiro: o processo de conscientiza o e práticas docentes à luz do referencial ético-humanista
Elizabeth Esperidi?o
Revista Eletr?nica de Enfermagem , 2005,
Abstract: Diante da reforma curricular, que está ocorrendo em todo o Brasil, na maioria dos cursos de gradua o, assistimos o movimento das institui es de ensino superior em se posicionar buscando eixos e estratégias que direcionem a prática pedagógica ao atendimento das atuais demandas na capacita o de pessoas e do campo da assistência em saúde, a fim de transpor dificuldades na forma o profissional, formulando projetos políticos-pedagógicos transformadores. Considerando que as Diretrizes Curriculares para o Curso de Gradua o em Enfermagem mantêm, na sua essência, princípios ético-humanistas, elaboramos este estudo, de natureza descritiva-exploratória, realizado junto ao corpo docente da Faculdade de Enfermagem da Universidade Federal de Goiás (FEN/UFG), com o objetivo de desenvolver um processo de constru o de tomada de consciência em rela o ao referencial ético-humanista, partindo inicialmente da compreens o acerca dele, para posteriormente, identificar as práticas docentes necessárias à implementa o do projeto político-pedagógico que estava sendo elaborado. Para tanto, utilizamos a metodologia da pesquisa-a o, a qual prevê uma intera o entre o pesquisador e os participantes do estudo, que conjuntamente e durante o transcorrer da pesquisa, v o refletindo sobre a problemática em quest o, procurando encontrar a es possíveis de serem empreendidas na resolu o das dificuldades encontradas ou estratégias a fim de que seja possível a transforma o desejada. Os dados foram obtidos por meio de encontros grupais, observa o participante, além do uso da sucata como recurso auxiliar da comunica o, que se complementaram trazendo elementos importantes para a análise. O resultado deste trabalho foi desenhado a partir da descri o do processo de conscientiza o do grupo durante o aprendizado de apreender e viver a ética humanista. Se, inicialmente, os docentes n o tinham muita clareza sobre o significado do referencial em estudo e suas implica es para a prática pedagógica, no decorrer da pesquisa foi possível a elucida o de algumas concep es da abordagem humanista e, o mais importante a disponibilidade de grande parte dos docentes em discutir quest es relacionadas ao ensino humanizado foi a t nica desse processo desenvolvido pelo grupo. Esse resultado sinaliza um particular momento de mudan as que a unidade acadêmica experimentou, na medida em que as discuss es relativas à reforma curricular da FEN/UFG n o estavam apenas enfocando os elementos estruturais do currículo, como carga horária e disposi o de disciplinas. Ao contrário, vimos um movimento de conscient
HOLISMO Só NA TEORIA: A TRAMA DOS SENTIMENTOS DO ACADêMICO DE ENFERMAGEM SOBRE SUA FORMA O
ELIZABETH ESPERIDI?O
Revista Eletr?nica de Enfermagem , 2002,
Abstract: As tendências atuais na capacita o de recursos humanos apontam para o desenvolvimento de profissionais comuma postura crítica e reflexiva, com habilidades que v o além dos aspectos técnicos, constituindo-se um grandedesafio para as institui es formadoras. Na forma o do enfermeiro notamos também esse movimento e apesardo amplo discurso da integralidade do ser humano, acreditamos que a dimens o técnica é ainda mais enfatizada,desconsiderando a necessidade de instrumentalizar o processo de crescimento interno do profissional.Entendemos que n o há como desvincular a dimens o profissional da pessoal, ou seja, a pessoa reside no serprofissional e o profissional integra a pessoa humana, de forma dialética. A partir de um referencial humanístico,desenvolvemos este estudo em uma abordagem qualitativa, com o objetivo de identificar e analisar aspercep es e os sentimentos do aluno do curso de gradua o em Enfermagem, com rela o à sua forma ocomo pessoa/profissional. Os dados foram coletados através de entrevistas individuais com acadêmicos daFaculdade de Enfermagem da Universidade Federal de Goiás, cujas falas foram submetidas a análise temática deconteúdo. Os resultados revelaram que os alunos percebem a forma o acadêmica centrada em conhecimentostécnico-científicos, voltados especialmente ao atendimento das necessidades daqueles que v o ser assistidos,sem considerar a pessoa que os assiste, além de sinalizar que a trajetória acadêmica é permeada por váriossentimentos que aparecem em fun o das experiências ocorridas ao longo dela. Ficou evidenciado ainda que, emsitua es específicas, principalmente ligadas à área de saúde mental, o aluno tem tido a oportunidade deexpressar e lidar com seus próprios sentimentos. Consideramos que esta pesquisa oferece elementosimportantes a serem repensados pelas Escolas de Enfermagem, visando a forma o do aluno como pessoaintegral e integrada em suas a es.
Departamento Científico de Enfermagem Psiquiátrica e Saúde Mental da ABEn Departamento Científico de Enfermería Psiquiátrica y Salud Mental de la ABEn Scientific Department of Psychiatric Nursing and Mental Health of ABEn
Elizabeth Esperidi?o
Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem , 2013,
Abstract:
The generic representation theory of the Juyumaya algebra of braids and ties
Elizabeth O. Banjo
Mathematics , 2011,
Abstract: In this paper we determine the complex generic representation theory of the Juyumaya algebra. We show that a certain specialization of this algebra is isomorphic to the small ramified partition algebra, introduced by P. Martin.
Comparative study of thermophilic and mesophilic anaerobic treatment of purified terephthalic acid (PTA) wastewater  [PDF]
Michael O. Daramola, Elizabeth F. Aransiola, Adeniyi G. Adeogun
Natural Science (NS) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/ns.2011.35050
Abstract: The paper provides a critical comparison between mesophilic and thermophilic anaerobic treatment of PTA wastewater through diagnosis of a case study. Aspects covered are bioavailability, biodegradability, microbial population, thermodynamics, kinetics involved and bio-reactor design for PTA wastewater treatment. The results of the case study suggests that one- stage thermophilic anaerobic reactor coupled with coagulation-flocculation pre-treatment unit and an aerobic post treatment unit could be techno-economically viable for PTA wastewater treatment to ensure that the final effluent quality conforms to the international standard. The in-formation emanated from this study could be useful and thought provoking to the professionals and academia in the area of PTA wastewater treatment and can serve as impetus toward the development of research lines in similar problems like the treatment of other petrochemical wastewater such as phenol-con- taining wastewater, benzene/benzoic acid-con- taining wastewater or wastewater from other similar industrial settings.
Particle Association of Enterococcus and Total Bacteria in the Lower Hudson River Estuary, USA  [PDF]
Elizabeth Suter, Andrew R. Juhl, Gregory D. O’Mullan
Journal of Water Resource and Protection (JWARP) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/jwarp.2011.310082
Abstract: Bacterial particle association has important consequences for water-quality monitoring and modeling. Particle association can change vertical and horizontal transport of bacterial cells, as well as patterns of persistence and production. In this study, the abundance and particle association of total bacteria and the fecal-indicator, Enterococcus, were quantified between June and October 2008 in the lower Hudson River Estuary (HRE). Twelve sites were sampled, including mid-channel, near shore, and tributary habitats, plus a sewage outfall. Total bacterial cell counts averaged 9.2 × 109 ± 6.4 × 109 cell l–1 (1 standard deviation), comparable to previous sampling in the HRE. Unlike earlier studies, bacterial abundance did not change consistently along the north/south estuarine salinity gradient. Enterococcus concentrations were highly variable, but mid-channel stations had significantly lower values than other habitat categories. Counts of total bacteria and Enterococcus were both correlated with turbidity, which was also significantly lower at mid-channel stations. A larger fraction of Enterococci were associated with particles (52.9 ± 20.9%, 1 standard deviation) than in the pool of total bacteria (23.8 ± 15.0%). This high frequency of particle association, relative to total bacteria, could cause Enterococcus to be preferentially retained near input sources because of enhanced deposition to bottom sediments, where they would be available for later resuspension. In turn, retention and resuspension in nearshore environments may explain the observed cross-channel variability of turbidity and Enterococcus. Assessments and predictive models of estuarine water quality may be improved by incorporating cross-channel variability and the effects of particle association on key indicators.
MicroRNAs and their target gene networks in breast cancer
Elizabeth O'Day, Ashish Lal
Breast Cancer Research , 2010, DOI: 10.1186/bcr2484
Abstract: MicroRNAs (miRNAs) are an evolutionarily conserved class of small, approximately 22-nucleotide non-coding RNAs that decrease gene expression post-transcriptionally in a sequence-specific manner. Most miRNAs are transcribed in the nucleus by RNA polymerase II (although some miRNAs are also transcribed by RNA polymerase III [1]) as long primary transcripts (primiRNAs) that undergo processing by Drosha and DGCR8, resulting in an approximately 70-nucleotide stem-loop RNA (pre-miRNA). Pre-miRNAs are subsequently exported to the cytoplasm via Exportin 5 and cleaved by Dicer, giving rise to approximately 22-nucleotide RNA duplexes. The strand with decreased base-pairing at its 5' end is then selected to function as a mature miRNA, while the other strand (also referred to as the passenger strand) is typically degraded [2,3]. The mature miRNA associates with Argonautes and other proteins to form the RNA-induced silencing complex (miRISC), which then binds to target mRNAs via partial complementarity. Many transcription factors that regulate mRNA transcription also control miRNA biogenesis. Although transcription plays a major role in miRNA biogenesis, additional mechanisms, such as DNA methylation, can also regulate miRNA expression [4]. Mammalian miRNAs predominantly act by binding to the 3' untranslated region (UTR) of cognate mRNAs. However, there is growing evidence that they can also downregulate the expression of some genes by base-pairing to the coding region [5-8] or the 5' UTR of some mRNAs [9].Initially, miRNAs were thought to function mainly by suppressing mRNA translation [10]. However, two recent studies combined proteomics and microarrays to reveal that changes in protein expression mediated by a miRNA are usually associated with altered mRNA expression, suggesting that mRNA degradation may be the major component of mammalian miRNA repression [11,12]. Although most studies suggest that miRNAs negatively regulate gene expression by base-pairing to the 3' UTR, a f
Repensando estratégias de ensino no processo de aprendizagem
Stacciarini, Jeanne Marie R.;Esperidi?o, Elizabeth;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 1999, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11691999000500008
Abstract: this is a qualitative research that aimed at finding out opinions on the learning process that was used with the participants of the workshop "learning what is to be a nurse", presented at the 47o brazilian nursing congress, in goiania, in 1995, in order to analize the teaching strategies introduced during the workshop. data were collected from an evaluation questionnaire that was answered by the participants who were the subjects of this research. we submitted the answers to a content analysis using a thematic categoryzation and identified classes which distinguish or sometimes emphasize the searched strategies.
Retrospective analysis of chronic hepatitis C in untreated patients with nonlinear mixed effects model  [PDF]
Jian Huang, Kathleen O’Sullivan, John Levis, Elizabeth Kenny-Walsh, Orla Crosbie, Liam Fanning
Journal of Biomedical Science and Engineering (JBiSE) , 2008, DOI: 10.4236/jbise.2008.12014
Abstract: It is well known that viral load of the hepatitis C virus (HCV) is related to the efficacy of interferon therapy. The complex biological parameters that impact on viral load are essentially unknown. The current knowledge of the hepatitis C virus does not provide a mathematical model for viral load dynamics within untreated patients. We car-ried out an empirical modelling to investigate whether different fluctuation patterns exist and how these patterns (if exist) are related to host-specific factors. Data was prospectively col-lected from 147 untreated patients chronically infected with hepatitis C, each contributing be-tween 2 to 10 years of measurements. We pro-pose to use a three parameter logistic model to describe the overall pattern of viral load fluctua-tion based on an exploratory analysis of the data. To incorporate the correlation feature of longitu-dinal data and patient to patient variation, we introduced random effects components into the model. On the basis of this nonlinear mixed ef-fects modelling, we investigated effects of host-specific factors on viral load fluctuation by in-corporating covariates into the model. The pro-posed model provided a good fit for describing fluctuations of viral load measured with varying frequency over different time intervals. The aver-age viral load growth time was significantly dif-ferent between infection sources. There was a large patient to patient variation in viral load as-ymptote.
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