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O teatro em foco: estratégia lúdica para o trabalho educativo na saúde da família
Soares, S?nia Maria;Silva, Líliam Barbosa;Silva, Patrícia Aparecida Barbosa;
Escola Anna Nery , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-81452011000400022
Abstract: it reports on the experience of nursing students who used the theatre as a ludic strategy for the educational work with family healthcare teams. a situational health diagnosis was completed in the state of minas gerais inland. its more frequent illnesses were used then as arguments to be addressed in the scenes. in three months nine acts were written and performed for a varied audience. we observed a rupture in the community daily routine in which, under a ludic dimension , the people allowed the flowing of a more pleasant side of life and interpreted the world their own way in an agreeable combination of art and science. this experience in drama therapy allowed us to witness its many uses in the context of family healthcare. it constitutes a valuable ludic strategy for the acquisition of health concepts, an effective leisure alternative and a get together space. it is necessary however to train community agents so they would be able to carry on the organization of theatre workshops towards the construction of a collective knowledge.
Oficinas sobre sexualidade na adolescência: revelando vozes, desvelando olhares de estudantes do ensino médio
Soares, S?nia Maria;Amaral, Marta Araújo;Silva, Líliam Barbosa;Silva, Patrícia Aparecida Barbosa;
Escola Anna Nery , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-81452008000300014
Abstract: this is a research with adolescents from a public municipal school located in a district of the north area of minas gerais brazil, with the objective of understanding how they live and they exercise their sexuality. the study was developed through of playful-pedagogical workshops in the qualitative approach. the results show that the sexuality concept is limited to the sexual relationship between two people of opposite sex. the students emphasized the risk of an undesired pregnancy and they recognized the importance of the use of contraceptive methods. the workshops have propitiated a favorable environment to discuss of attitude changes on the adolescents through the information, reflection and expression of ideas and feelings, representing a process to be complemented by the family, school and local social politics.
Utiliza??o de tecnologias no trabalho com grupos de diabéticos e hipertensos na Saúde da Família
Fernandes,Maria Teresinha de Oliveira; Silva,Líliam Barbosa; Soares,S?nia Maria;
Ciência & Saúde Coletiva , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-81232011000700067
Abstract: this study aimed to reveal the technologies of working with groups of diabetic and hypertensive peoples in the perspective of family health professionals. it is a qualitative research, carried through in the primary care units of a sanitary district of belo horizonte, minas gerais state, brazil. the data had been analyzed according to the technique of content analysis proposed by bardin. the study showed that the groups coordinators need a theoretical foundation and that exist the incorporation of technologies that embrace the context of a practice sometimes exists little criticized and differentiated and others wrapped up by diversified elements of the care. in this direction, sensitization for the necessity of the technologies that allows humanized attitudes, not only in the perspective of the coordinators, but also in the users', as the look at the diabetic and hypertensive peoples goes beyond the monitoring related to the use of medicines.
Comunica??o sazonal sobre a dengue em grupos socioeducativos na aten??o primária à saúde
Silva,Líliam Barbosa; Soares,S?nia Maria; Fernandes,Maria Teresinha de Oliveira; Aquino,Ana Luiza de;
Revista de Saúde Pública , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-89102011005000077
Abstract: objective: to analyze how seasonal communication for dengue control and prevention is conveyed in educational peer groups of family health teams. methodological procedures: an exploratory and descriptive qualitative study was performed with 25 coordinators of peer education groups, distributed among eight basic health units of belo horizonte, southeastern brazil. data collection occurred from march to june 2009, by non-participant observation and semi-structured interviews with coordinators. content analysis and the principal theories in health communication were utilized in data interpretation. analysis of results: three thematic units were identified: seasonal communication; subjects discussed and information sources about dengue; and information versus communication for action. dengue prevention and control actions were principally discussed in groups during outbreaks, based on actions previously programmed by the ministry of health. the topics addressed focused on epidemiology, life cycle, modes of transmission, symptoms, prevention, domiciliary visits by zoonosis control units and vaccination for dengue. conclusions: the predominant communication action is information conveyance by the coordinator, centered on a behavioralist and prescriptive discourse. communication practices focused on dialogue is recommended, allowing the coordinator and group members freedom in regards to emergent issues in the group, so they learn to recognize and reflexively discuss them in context.
Boron Nitride Nanostructured: Synthesis, Characterization and Potential Use in Cosmetics  [PDF]
Líliam Márcia Silva Ansaloni, Edésia Martins Barros de Sousa
Materials Sciences and Applications (MSA) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/msa.2013.41004

The hexagonal boron nitride has been well investigated. Its layered structure is similar to that of graphite. In the manufacture of cosmetics, this structure is intended to improve the appearance, sensory aspect and makes it easy to mix excipients contained in the formulation in the mixture process. In cosmetology, the efficiency and the penetration of active substances into skin are known to be directly related to the particle size. However, only recently their nanostructured properties have been explored. In this work, the synthesis of hexagonal boron nitride in the nanoscale, its composition, structure, morphology and potential for future application in sunscreens are being investigated. The boron nitride was synthesized from boric acid and melamine to a heat treatment at 1600. The crystal structure was characterized by (XRD) and its morphology was examined by (SEM) and (TEM); the chemical composition was studied by (FTIR), (EDS) and (EELS), the texture characterization by (BET) and its potential in sunscreens by (FTIR and UV/VIS). Results have shown that boron nitride may be synthesized in the nanoscale and that this material has the potential to be incorporated into cosmetics.

Kapiwayá repertoire and its place in a Desana clan music-coreographic-ritual universe, upper Rio Negro, Amazonas
Líliam Cristina da Silva Barros
Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi. Ciências Humanas , 2012,
Abstract: The paper presents a description of a specific musical repertoire (Kapiwayá) and its place in the Desana clan musical-choreographic ritual universe. The survey was conducted in S o Gabriel da Cachoeira, state of Amazonas, Brazil, through dialogues with the bayá (chant specialist). The text introduces aspects of the humanity creation and the human being formation through performances and rites, taking as its starting point the myth of creation of the world and the musical repertoires of this indigenous group.
Fronteiras étnicas nos repertórios musicais das 'festas de santo' em S?o Gabriel da Cachoeira (alto Rio Negro, AM)
Barros, Líliam Cristina da Silva;Santos, Ant?nio Maria de Souza;
Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi. Ciências Humanas , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S1981-81222007000100003
Abstract: this paper aims to explicit the ways thru what indigenous people in contact situation, actually living in the urban zone of s?o gabriel da cachoeira, explicit their ethnical identity. in the context of "festas de santo" (saint festivals), musical repertories manifests the ethnical frontiers using the language as principal signal of identity.
Ethnical frontiers in the music of ‘festas de santo’ in S o Gabriel da Cachoeira (upper Negro river, AM)
Líliam Cristina da Silva Barros,Ant?nio Maria de Souza Santos
Boletim do Museu Paraense Emílio Goeldi. Ciências Humanas , 2007,
Abstract: This paper aims to explicit the ways thru what indigenous people in contact situation, actually living in the urban zone of S o Gabriel da Cachoeira, explicit their ethnical identity. In the context of “festas de santo” (saint festivals), musical repertories manifests the ethnical frontiers using the language as principal signal of identity.
Longitudinal Care Evaluation in Child Healthcare  [PDF]
Dandara Rayssa Silva de Souza, Tainara L?rena dos Santos Ferreira, Fábia Barbosa de Andrade
Open Journal of Nursing (OJN) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojn.2016.610087
Abstract: Objective: To evaluate the essential attribute of Primary Health Care, longitudinal care, care directed at children from birth to two years old. Methods: This is a descriptive and exploratory study of evaluative character and quantitative approach, conducted with parents/caregivers of 186 children, younger than two years old, patients of primary health care services in the city of Santa Cruz/RN, Brazil. For data collection, the instrument Primary Care Assessment Tools (PCA Tools) was used, and the results of the questions dealing with longitudinal attribute were evaluated. The data were stored and processed in Statistical Package for Social Sciences (SPSS). The study was approved by the Research Ethics Committee of the Health Sciences School of Trairí, under number 348896. Results: The mean age of children in months was 8.21; 84.4% (n = 157) were assisted by the same doctor/nurse every time; in 81.7% (n = 152) of cases the doctor/nurse know the full medical history of the child; 73.7% (n = 137) answered that the professional know their child more as a person than just as someone with a health problem; 48.9% (n = 91) stated that the doctor/nurse do not know their family very well; 86.6% (n = 161) reported finding the doctor/nurse understands what is saying or questioning; 96.2 (n = 179) of respondents said the doctor/nurse answers the questions so that they understand; 96.2% (n = 179) of the interviewed said they feel comfortable telling the concerns or problems of their child to the doctor/nurse; 66.7% (n = 124) claimed that they would not change the service/doctor/nurse to another health service. Conclusion: It is concluded that the attribute was well rated by the mothers of children seen in primary health care services and that they can establish good communication and relationship with the health professionals who treat their children.
Cost of material or information flow in complex transportation networks
L. A. Barbosa,J. K. L. da Silva
Physics , 2009, DOI: 10.1209/0295-5075/90/30009
Abstract: To analyze the transport of information or material from a source to every node of a network we use two quantities introduced in the study of river networks: the cost and the flow. For a network with $K$ nodes and $M$ levels, we show that an upper bound to the global cost is $C_{0,max}\propto KM$. From numerical simulations for spanning tree networks with scale-free topology and with $10^2$ up to $10^7$ nodes, it is found, for large $K$, that the average number of levels and the global cost are given by $M\propto \ln(K)$ and $C_0\propto K\ln (K)$, respectively. These results agree very well with the ones obtained from a mean-field approach. If the network is characterized by a degree distribution of connectivity $P(k)\propto k^{- \gamma}$, we also find that the transport efficiency increases as long as $\gamma$ decreases and that spanning tree networks with scale-free topology are more optimized to transfer information or material than random networks.
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