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Hospital accreditation: the certainty of care with excellence
Sílvia Maria de Carvalho Farias, Olga Lúcia Teixeira de Carvalho, Ednéia de Oliveira Ernestino, Fabiana Concei??o A. Silva, Mariana Saraiva Porte Fernandes, Márcia Adonais Pinto, Edwalds Marques Farias Júnior, Maria Odete Pereira, Sonia Filipini
Revista de Enfermagem UFPE On Line , 2010,
Abstract: Objective: to search the history of hospital accreditation in Brazil; define the concept of hospital accreditation, analyze data on hospital accreditation. Methodology: this is a literature review. The articles were selected through the title and abstract, checking their suitability to the theme proposed in this study. Held reading and rereading the articles and books found, allowing reflection on the meanings attributed to the hospital accreditation. Results: Florence Nightingale deployed the first model of continuous quality improvement in health. The first edition of the Brazilian Manual of Accreditation was manufactured in 1998, this has been improving culminating with the release of the latest edition published in 2006 in a sample that has seven volumes. We see this approach to study the history of the first Brazilian Manual of overlaps with the emergence of the ONA, so that part of the common goal. Conclusion: believe that qualifying is paramount in the pursuit of excellence in service which is the essence of caring, building trust and good reputation so important to the pursuit of customers become increasingly demanding about the quality of their lives.
Projeto: Ylê ayié yaya ilera (Saúde plena na casa desta existência): equidade e integralidade em saúde para a comunidade religiosa afro-brasileira
Gomes, Márcia Constancia Pinto Aderne;
Interface - Comunica??o, Saúde, Educa??o , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-32832010005000015
Abstract: the national comprehensive healthcare policy for the black population has defined a set of principles, guidelines and objectives for improving this population's health conditions, including healthcare and attendance actions, among others, with the aim of promoting healthcare equity and comprehensiveness. this paper describes the experience of implementing a healthcare service linked to a candomblé yard. in undertaking the project, we found support from managers and professionals, but there were some obstacles (prejudice, religious intolerance, cordial racism and “invisibility”). we began to diagnose women's health and their families' health, and we developed healthcare and health education actions. the challenge that stood out was to establish mechanisms for sustainability, since the project did not meet all the needs of the group, while it allowed us to “open an analytical eye” regarding equity and comprehensiveness of healthcare actions for the black population with links to afro-brazilian religions.
O caso Marylin Monroe: evidências da forclus?o do sujeito e de seu ato
Pinto, Jéferson Machado;Rosa, Márcia;
ágora: Estudos em Teoria Psicanalítica , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1516-14982012000100008
Abstract: the transfer objectification is based on an epistemological position characteristic of the science discourse and implies the verwerfung of the subject's real and of its truth, excluding the possibility of the analytical act. to discuss it, this paper uses biographical data and reports of marylin monroe's last analytical sessions emphasizing that masochism, the real part of the actress' love engagements with the other, was ignored in favor of the symbolic interpretation of the unconscious and of the transfer taken as a mere repetition of the object relationships, with tragic consequences on the subject.
Stress among Brazilian Dental Students in Different Periods: Prevalence and Perceptions  [PDF]
Jean érick Langoski, Letícia Breus Klipan, Danielle Bordin, Marcelo Ubiali Ferracioli, Márcia Helena Baldani Pinto, Cristina Berger Fadel
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2015.63030
Abstract: The purpose of this exploratory study was to investigate the influence of the school year, considering different times on the academic trajectory of stress among Brazilian dental students (n = 111) as well as grasp the values established by the subject facing this prospect. The methodological grant for data collection was the Inventory of Stress Symptoms for Adults Lipp applied in the beginning and at the end of the semester, and the technique in the focus group interview. The results demonstrated academic tickets with significantly higher rates of this phenomenon at the end of the semester, when compared to graduates (p = 0.004). The perceptions of academics on the etiology of stress associated opinions unveiled the pedagogical design, teacher performance, difficulties in interpersonal relationships as well as the course extrinsic factors. It can be concluded that the stress is the present and modulate phenomenon in investigated academic trajectory.
Acolhimento e vínculo: práticas de integralidade na gest?o do cuidado em saúde em grandes centros urbanos
Gomes, Márcia Constancia Pinto Aderne;Pinheiro, Roseni;
Interface - Comunica??o, Saúde, Educa??o , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-32832005000200006
Abstract: the family health strategy, main proposal for reorganizing the health care model, is politically, institutionally and economically supported by the state, as an alternative for the consolidation of the unified health system's principles. the proposal's expansion and implementation in large urban centers has faced many difficulties, due to complex social, political and economic contexts involving the families residing in these territories. these difficulties have been largely discussed by diverse public health specialists. this article analyses the uses and meanings of the terms "integral health care, attachment and reception", identifying them as strategic elements in health practices in integral care programs, and in constructing people's right to health as a citizenship right.
Os custos de doen?as tabaco-relacionadas para o Sistema único de Saúde
Pinto, Márcia;Ugá, Maria Alicia Domínguez;
Cadernos de Saúde Pública , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-311X2010000600016
Abstract: this study aimed to identify the direct costs of hospitalizations due to three smoking-related groups of diseases - cancer and circulatory and respiratory diseases - in brazil's unified national health system (sus) in 2005. for cancer, the cost of chemotherapy was also included. the study derived cost estimates using administrative databases, relative risks, smoking prevalence, and smoking-attributable fraction. according to the estimates, smoking- attributable medical expenditures for the three disease groups amounted to r$338,692,516.02 (approximately u$185 million), accounting for 27.6% of total medical expenditures. considering all hospitalizations and chemotherapy provided by the national health system, tobacco-related diseases accounted for 7.7% of total medical expenditures. these costs also represented 0.9% of expenditures by federally funded public health services. this study provides a conservative estimate of smoking-related costs and suggests the need for continued research on comprehensive approaches to measure the total burden of smoking for society.
Alucinógenos naturais: um voo da Europa Medieval ao Brasil
Martinez, Sabrina T.;Almeida, Márcia R.;Pinto, Angelo C.;
Química Nova , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0100-40422009000900047
Abstract: this work describes the historical importance and the use of hallucinogenic plants by different civilizations. a comparison between three brazilian plants whose active principle is n,n-dimethyltriptamine (dmt), and three plant species native to europe whose active principles are tropanic alkaloids was carried out and we observed these plants promoted different types of hallucinations.
Diptera hosts of Stylogaster Macquart (Diptera, Conopidae) from Madagascar and South Africa
Couri, Márcia Souto;Barros, Gabriel Pinto da Silva;
Revista Brasileira de Entomologia , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0085-56262010000300003
Abstract: the genus stylogaster macquart (diptera, conopidae) is represented by 14 species in the afrotropical region, five of them endemic to madagascar and two recorded from south africa, one of them endemic. fifteen specimens of muscidae, 14 from madagascar and one from south africa, belonging to 10 species, impaled with stylogaster eggs were examined. among them, three new muscid host species were found. the dissected eggs were all similar, suggesting the presence of the same species in both localities, what is not recorded until now. the available data on the dipteran stylogaster eggs hosts in africa is summarized. color photos of the material examined are presented.
Custo do tratamento de pacientes com histórico de tabagismo em hospital especializado em cancer
Pinto,Márcia; Ugá,Maria Alicia Domínguez;
Revista de Saúde Pública , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-89102011005000026
Abstract: objective: to describe the costs of treating lung, laryngeal and esophageal cancer among patients with histories of smoking. methods: a longitudinal non-concurrent study on three cohorts with histories of smoking at a specialized hospital was carried out in the city of rio de janeiro, southeastern brazil, between 2000 and 2006. the sample was composed of 127 cases of lung cancer, 80 of laryngeal cancer and 35 of esophageal cancer. these cancers were selected through analyzing the frequencies and monetary values of the hospital admissions, weighted according to the fraction attributable to smoking among the population. data were gathered from the medical files. patients were classified according to their smoking profile, primary diagnosis, stage and comorbidities. the statistical analysis included the log-normal distribution to adjust for cost values and the spearman correlation. results: the patients were heavy smokers and were diagnosed at advanced stages. the burden from smoking was high, and 92%, 72% and 94% of lung, laryngeal and esophageal cancer patients, respectively, were diagnosed at advanced stages. the most frequent comorbidities were heart diseases and respiratory diseases. the mean costs of lung, laryngeal and esophageal cancers were r$ 28,901, r$ 37,529 and r$ 33,164, respectively. the main cost drivers were radiotherapy and hospitalization. there was an association between advanced stage and lower cost for lung and esophageal cancer. conclusions: since radiotherapy and hospitalization were the main total cost drivers, patients at more severe stages presented lower costs, probably because of the reduction in the number of therapeutic options.
A compreens?o do significado cultural do aneurisma cerebral e do tratamento atribuídos pelo paciente e familiares: um estudo etnográfico
Pinto, Maria Helena;Zago, Márcia Maria Font?o;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2000, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692000000100008
Abstract: this is a descriptive ethnographic study with 13 patients with cerebral aneurysm and their relatives aiming at understanding the meaning of the illness and the treatment. the data were collected by interviews and observations during the hospitalization and, after the discharge, in the outpatient clinic and at home. the central theme obtained from the study was "it had to be for me! god knows what he does". this theme reveals a religious interpretation for the illness and a magic basis for its cure.thus, cerebral aneurysm is interpreted as a material illness (body) and a spiritual illness (soul).
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