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Process of construction of an educational booklet for health promotion of pregnant women
Reberte, Luciana Magnoni;Hoga, Luiza Akiko Komura;Gomes, Ana Luisa Zaniboni;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692012000100014
Abstract: this study aimed to describe the production process of an educational booklet focusing on health promotion of pregnant women. the action research method was used in this process composed of the following steps: choice of the content based on the needs of pregnant women, creation of illustrations, content preparation based on scientific literature, validation of the material by experts and pregnant women. this work resulted in the final version of the booklet, which was entitled "celebrating life: our commitment with the health promotion of pregnant women". active participation of health professionals and pregnant women through dialogue and collective strategy permeated the process of development of the booklet. the opinions of pregnant women and experts who considered the booklet enriching and enlightening justify the use of it as an additional resource of educational activities carried out during the prenatal care.
Estágio em uma casa de parto do Jap?o: relato de experiência
Hoga, Luiza Akiko Komura;
Interface - Comunica??o, Saúde, Educa??o , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-32832005000300015
Abstract: an understanding of birth care as provided in other societies can promote self-criticism regarding our own professional practices. this article is a report on a traineeship held at a japanese birth center, an institution offering pre-natal care, health education groups, yoga, water-exercise, birth and postpartum care, newborn care, home visits, and postpartum and newborn nursing consultations. the care principles guiding birth care at that institution are in line with the recommendations of the world health organization. they provide support for recommending the adoption of the methods that the birth center in question employs, subject to adapting them to specific socio-cultural contexts.
Casa de parto: simbologia e princípios assistenciais
Hoga, Luiza Akiko Komura;
Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-71672004000500004
Abstract: the first birth center of the family health program has specific symbols. the purpose was the identification of symbols that permeate the ideas, beliefs, values, practices, and principles that guide the assistance given at the birth center. ethnography was the research method; thematic oral history was the resource employed to interview obstetric nurses in the house. results: the house has the symbolic value of innovation in assisted deliveries. humanized care to pregnant women is the principle that guide practices. final considerations: the symbols of the house and the care practices developed constitute a reference to the other birth centers being proposed in brazil, and should be known by obstetrical nurses.
A dimens?o subjetiva do profissional na humaniza??o da assistência à saúde: uma reflex?o
Hoga, Luiza Akiko Komura;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62342004000100002
Abstract: this article reflects upon the humanization of health care, the demand for which is growing. it involves several complex and interdependent dimensions. the professional's subjective perspective and the interpersonal relationship are discussed and shown to be important factors in the humanization of health care. the necessity of professional's self-awareness and the awareness of their defenses are emphasized since they are considered to be important for the creation of an real encounter between professionals and patients. these topics are essential for the humanization and promotion of health care.
Illness care at home or in health institutions: the decision process in a low income community
Hoga, Luiza Akiko Komura;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692008000100018
Abstract: the aim of this research was to describe the experiences of a group of women about the decision making process related to illness care at home or in health care institutions. the thematic oral history method was applied. the descriptive categories were: a) the poor have their own way of taking care of health and illness; b) the main support to fight the illness is belief in god; c) medical care is the last resource, when healing resources are not enough and the illness is dangerous. in low income families, the cultural background, associated to the socioeconomic conditions, permeate the decision with regard to taking care of the illness at home or to seek institutionalized medical care. this knowledge is essential for meaningful health care from the perspective of individuals and families.
Adolescent maternity in a low income community: experiences revealed by oral history
Hoga, Luiza Akiko Komura;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692008000200017
Abstract: adolescent maternity involves relevant factors associated with each family, culture and society. this research aimed to describe the experiences in the trajectory of adolescent maternity. the oral history method was used, obtaining the narratives of 21 adolescent mothers living in a low income community located in s?o paulo city, brazil. the following descriptive categories emerged from the narratives: pregnancy: an event in the initial phase of the relationship; insufficient knowledge and access to contraceptives, gender inferiority and god's will: the ways to look at pregnancy; to escape from family problems and define the life course: the personal meanings attributed to pregnancy; more gain than pain: the balance of adolescent maternity. adolescent maternity in low income contexts involves very complex factors and requires an integral, integrated, personal and family centered care.
Magnoni Reberte,Luciana; Komura Hoga,Luiza Akiko;
Ciencia y enfermería , 2010, DOI: 10.4067/S0717-95532010000100012
Abstract: the aim of this research was to describe the experience of fathers, participating in a health education group during prenatal care. an action research strategy was adopted to carry out the study and handle the group, at a university hospital, city of s?o paulo, brazil. the group was conformed by eight pregnant women and four husbands. from the individual interviews carried out with the husbands, fully recorded, transcribed and analyzed in an inductive and interpretive way, three descriptive categories emerged from the experience: a) the participation in the group permitted to share the experiences in a more intensive way, b) the participation in the group permitted a better understanding of the pregnant woman and promoted the quality of support offered to her, c) the knowledge and the development of body techniques promoted the integration of the couples and among the participants of the group. the fathers′ active participation in the educational activities carried out in prenatal care should be encouraged to produce benefits for him and, consequently, to his family and the society.
Técnicas corporais em Grupo de Gestantes: a experiência dos participantes
Hoga, Luiza Akiko Komura;Reberte, Luciana Magnoni;
Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-71672006000300011
Abstract: the objective this study was evaluate the effectiveness of the use of the body thechniques in a group of pregnant women according to the experience of the subjects. they were all interviewed before the end of the group developed in a university hospital. the descriptive categories of the experience were: the body thecniques reliefed the pregnancy discomforts, had encouraged the participation in the sessions and had been evaluated positively; the use of body techniques in a group of pregnant women promoted selfcare of the members; body techiniques intensified the link among the couples and gave conditions for the integration of the members; there are limitations in use of the body thechniques in a group of pregnant women and in its applicability at home. the positive evaluation of the use of body thecniques in a group of pregnant women justifies its recommendation.
Relato de experiência sobre o processo educativo para a promo??o da saúde de adolescentes
Hoga, Luiza Akiko Komura;Abe, Catarina Terumi;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62342000000400014
Abstract: this article is a experience report about a group developed with adolescents, living in a low income community in sao paulo city. the aim of the task was the adolescent's health promotion, with sociocultural contextualization for this group. took part in 34 adolescents of both sex, from 12 to 18 years old. it was realized nine health classes when the adolescents reported their doubts related to health. the methodology of the work was based on participative approach during the educational process. the adolescent's doubts about health were classified according to the similarities, and answered according to the scientific literature. these answers were formulated in popular language. the educational resource's contents were validated with the adolescents and they have suggested the necessary modifications. the experience permitted to know the charactheristics of this particular group and to plan a kind of orientations meaningful to the adolescents.
Pesquisa-a??o como estratégia para desenvolver grupo de gestantes: a percep??o dos participantes
Hoga, Luiza Akiko Komura;Reberte, Luciana Magnoni;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62342007000400004
Abstract: the aim of this study was to verify the perception of participants regarding the use of the action-research methodology in the development of a group of pregnant women. the group was sponsored by the university of s?o paulo's hospital universitário. individual interviews were conducted in order to obtain data from the group's 12 participants. the action-research strategy brought benefits to the development of the group, stimulated participation, promoted the mutual identification of the group members, and responded to specific necessities. some limitations imposed by the use of the strategy were mentioned and suggestions for improvement were cited. based on the group members' positive evaluation, the use of the action-research strategy is encouraged.
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