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Escola de Enfermagem de Ribeir?o Preto da Universidade de S?o Paulo: Centro Colaborador da Organiza??o Mundial da Saúde
Mendes, Isabel Amélia Costa;Gir, Elucir;Trevizan, Maria Auxiliadora;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 1993, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11691993000300008
Abstract: the objectives of this article were to divulge the nursing school of ribeir?o preto - university of s?o paulo as a world health organization collaborating center for nursing research development and to contribute to is history, by registering the facts concerning this designation. based on the theoretical framework about the influence of external environment in organizations of excellence, some factors that guide such designation by world health organization are identified. since the concept of collaborating center was expressed, this center is characterized by its reference terms and compromises accomplished from 1988 through 1992, considering the tendencies and perspectives.
Al encuentro de la competencia del cuidado según Boff: una nueva perspectiva de conducta ética de la enfermera gerente
Trevizan, Maria Auxiliadora;Mendes, Isabel Amélia Costa;Melo, Marcia Regina Antonietto da Costa;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692003000500013
Abstract: in this study, authors characterize nurse's managerial conduct in the perspective of the work, illustrated through the analysis of three investigations. understanding the fragility of managerial nurse's situation, considering the commitment with the users and with the ones who provide the services, authors advocate in favor of an intervention to change this situation. therefore, they propose an alternative of reflection about the changes that are necessary. they defend a new ethics articulating a new sense of providing care proposed by boff, in which the relationship is based on the companionship, interaction and sharing. according to this way of being, nurse's care is an attitude of concern, responsibility and affective commitment with the other. thus, the instrumental reasoning is substituted by the sensible reasoning and the spirit of deep feelings. considering these new values, nurses understand better the other's dimension, the respect, reciprocity, and complementarity in the managerial relationship.
Classifica??o dos pesquisadores/consultores da área de enfermagem no CNPq: contribui??o para um banco de dados
Mendes, Isabel Amélia Costa;Leite, Joséte Luzia;Santos, Regina Maria dos;Trevizan, Maria auxiliadora;
Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem , 2003, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-71672003000500004
Abstract: this study is an analysis of the themes and the knowledge subareas where nursing researchers from cnpq (brazilian council for technological and scientific development) are included, based on the projects assessed over the períod from 2002 through 2003. their goals were to present the distribution of researchers according to their present classification in the nursing area adopted by cnpq and discuss the representativity of the researchers from this knowledge area. results evidenced that the predominant subareas regarding research in this category were: fundamentais of the care process, followed by the area of adult nursing care. this study also revealed the existing concentration of researchers and pointed out for the need to establish inclusion strategies and to stimulate the return on financial resources to the research they develop. authors emphasize the importance of an update in the subareas as well as a strengthening effort in scientific production.
Lideran?a situacional: um modelo para aplica??o na enfermagem brasileira
Galv?o, Cristina Maria;Trevizan, Maria Auxiliadora;Sawada, Namie Okino;Mendes, Isabel Amélia Costa;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 1997, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62341997000200005
Abstract: leadership is a very important theme to the management of nursing care provided to the patient. this study aimed at presenting key-concepts of the leadership model developed by hersey and blanchard, entitled situational leadership. we believe that this model can bring relevant contributions to nurse's leadership skills.
La búsqueda del compromiso actitudinal: tendencia de la conducta ética del enfermero gerente
Trevizan, Maria Auxiliadora;Mendes, Isabel Amélia Costa;Hayashida, Miyeko;Godoy, Simone de;Nogueira, Maria Suely;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62342009000300031
Abstract: historically, nurses' management functions have evidenced that their conduct is compatible with programmatic commitments. this fact was observed in the analysis of 18 studies carried out in healthcare services located in different brazilian regions. since the 1990's, management experts have alerted that traits such as commitment, interdisciplinarity, risk, uncertainty, spirituality, and ethical involvement will frame the characteristics of the human capital of 21st century organizations. in this much more humane environment, people's integrity and their way of relating at work must be based on the dimension of being. in order to face the new century institutions' healthcare demands, nurses are now urged to present a conduct permeated by the ethics of the attitudinal commitment. thus, this study aims to stimulate a critical reflection on this ethical trend of nurses and finally propose that this trend be an essential value in nursing management processes.
O referencial da educa??o popular na a??o gerencial e de lideran?a do enfermeiro
Mendes, Isabel Amélia Costa;Trevizan, Maria Auxiliadora;Shinyashiki, Gilberto Tadeu;Nogueira, Maria Suely;
Texto & Contexto - Enfermagem , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-07072007000200013
Abstract: this reflection initially addresses nursing management in the context of current service delivery. in the belief that popular education paradigms can offer an important contribution to nursing activities in health organizations, the authors consider this education process as an alternative for valuing nurses? management conduct and leadership.
Nurses' management in the clinical practice: problems and challenges in search of competence
Trevizan, Maria Auxiliadora;Mendes, Isabel Amélia Costa;Shinyashiki, Gilberto Tadeu;Gray, Genevieve;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692006000300022
Abstract: with the purpose to enable reflections concerning nurses' managerial performance in hospitalization units, three studies conducted in three different decades, in the same university hospital, were analyzed. from this analysis, it was observed that nurses' managerial practice has been mainly characterized by the accentuated compliance to pre-established norms, thus showing a reiterative praxis. understanding the fragility of this managerial situation in terms of involvement with and commitment to clients and service givers, an alternative managerial conduct, which is based on the creative praxis, is presented to nurses.
Professional socialization: students becoming nurses
Shinyashiki, Gilberto Tadeu;Mendes, Isabel Amélia Costa;Trevizan, Maria Auxiliadora;Day, René A;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692006000400019
Abstract: usually colleges are evaluated by the quality of the knowledge and technical training offered to the students. little attention is given to the acquisition of the values, behaviors and attitudes necessary to assume their professional role. this exploratory study aims to increase understanding of the professional socialization process that occurs at nursing schools and the results obtained through the socialization of professional values and standards. the educational experience of nursing students involves more than a body of scientific knowledge and the acquisition of abilities to provide care to patients. questionnaires were filled out by 278 students of two public nursing schools in s?o paulo state, 164 in school a and 114 in school b. the results indicated that some professional values, norms and behaviors are influenced by college years, studying at a college of nursing during four years leads to a difference in values, norms and professional behavior.
La gerencia aclarada en el trabajo del enfermero
Mendes, Isabel Amélia Costa;Trevizan, Maria Auxiliadora;Louren?o, Maria Regina;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2002, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692002000500012
Abstract: informed management presupposes that all individuals will prioritize a taming and determined conduct in detriment of a passive one. it also presupposes deep concern about issues related to the human species, ethical problems, the relationship with nature and, finally, about men's future. in this way, the authors, based on the assumptions underlying the policies of informed management proposed by maslow, aim at focusing on this type of management in nurses' work. they believe that, by means of such reflection, nurses will be able to incorporate new values which are more harmonized with human nature.
Investment in nursing human assets: education and minds of the future
Trevizan, Maria Auxiliadora;Mendes, Isabel Amélia Costa;Mazzo, Alessandra;Ventura, Carla Aparecida Arena;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692010000300024
Abstract: this paper analyzes issues related to education, crises and changes in light of the postmodern order, emphasizing efforts towards human capital as the impetus to promote changes. focusing on universities and organizations, we discuss the main five types of minds valued by modern and future societies, proposing investment in human assets through the use of strategies and technologies to ensure continuing education throughout life.
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