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Representa??es Sociais das implica??es legais da infec??o hospitalar e de seu controle
Sousa, Cristina Maria Miranda de;Feitosa, Maria do Socorro;Moura, Maria Eliete Batista;Silva, Antonia Oliveira;
Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-71672007000400013
Abstract: the study aimed at learning the social representations of the legal implications of hospital infections (hi) and analyze how these representations are articulated with the quality of work developed by the health and law professionals.the data were produced through interviews and processed by software alceste4.8. the descendant hierarchical analysis showed 04 classes of words, that objected the legal implications of hi, anchored in the ideological, historical and socio-cultural aspects, in the rights that the health user has not run risks, resulting of occurences caused by negligence of involved in the process having to be fiscalized by the competent organs in order the responsibles answer civily and penaltily, miscase or miscare in hospital assistance.
Infec o hospitalar no olhar de enfermeiros portugueses: representa es sociais
Maria Eliete Batista Moura,Maria Natália Ramos,Cristina Maria Miranda de Sousa,Antonia Oliveira Silva
Texto & Contexto - Enfermagem , 2008,
Abstract: La infección hospitalaria es un fenómeno complejo y conflictivo, en el cual deben ser consideradas las influencias de naturaleza socio-cultural. El objetivo de este estudio fue recoger las representaciones sociales acerca de la infección hospitalaria elaboradas por enfermeros portugueses. Se trata de un estudio exploratorio desarrollado con 35 enfermeros en Lisboa, Portugal, que trabajan en el área hospitalaria. Los datos fueron obtenidos a través de la encuesta en profundidad, en el período comprendido entre noviembre de 2006 a febrero de 2007, y fueron sometidos a la técnica de análisis de contenido temático. Los resultados se alaron tres categorías simbólicas en las que los sujetos describieron el concepto de infección hospitalaria, hablaron de las prácticas de los enfermeros ante las infecciones hospitalarias y su percepción acerca de la participación de los gestores de las instituciones de salud en la prevención y control de la infección hospitalaria. Se puede observar una preocupación de los enfermeros con los aspectos relacionados a la política institucional y funcional adoptada en la prevención y en el tratamiento de las infecciones hospitalarias.
Os direitos dos usuários da saúde em casos de infec??o hospitalar
Sousa, Cristina Maria Miranda de;Alves, Maria do Socorro da Costa Feitosa;Moura, Maria Eliete Batista;Silva, Antonia Oliveira;
Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-71672008000400002
Abstract: the study aimed ar apprehending the social representations of the health users in case of hospital infection. exploratory research with 28 health and law professionals and of a public hospital of teresina-pi. the data were produced through the interviews and processed by the software alceste 4.8. the hierarchical descendent analysis showed 4 classes of words that sized up a conflict between the proposals of the program of infection control and the practicing of health professionals, seeing that negligencing the psychological aspects and direct the focus of the attention to economical, biological and epidemiological aspects, with much attention to the rights that the health users have to be waited on the hospitals without running risk of acquiring a hospital infection.
Infec??o hospitalar no olhar de enfermeiros portugueses: representa??es sociais
Moura, Maria Eliete Batista;Ramos, Maria Natália;Sousa, Cristina Maria Miranda de;Silva, Antonia Oliveira;Alves, Maria do Socorro da Costa Feitosa;
Texto & Contexto - Enfermagem , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-07072008000400016
Abstract: hospital infection is a complex and conflicting phenomenon in which influences of the socio-cultural nature must be considered. the objective of this study is to better understand the social representations about hospital infections as elaborated by portuguese nurses. this is an exploratory study developed by 35 nurses in lisboa, portugal, who worked in the hospital area. the data was produced through in-depth interviews administered from november, 2006, to february, 2007, and submitted to the thematic content analysis technique. the results point out three different symbolic categories in which the subjects describe the concept of hospital infection, talk about nursing practices facing hospital infections, and the perception of hospital administrators in hospital infection prevention and control. among the nurses, one observes a concern for the aspects related to institutional and functional policies adopted in the prevention and treatment of hospital infections.
Infec??o hospitalar: estudo de prevalência em um hospital público de ensino
Moura, Maria Eliete Batista;Campelo, S?nia Maria de Araújo;Brito, Francisca Cortez Prado de;Batista, Odinéa Maria Amorim;Araújo, Telma Maria Evangelista de;Oliveira, Adélia Dalva da Silva;
Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-71672007000400011
Abstract: this study aimed to determine the prevalence of nosocomial infection (ni) and distribution for topography and microorganism and its antimicrobial sensibility. the study was carried out in two intensive care units (icus) of a public teaching hospital of teresina, with sampling of 394 ni cases and processed by the spss software. the respiratory infection was the biggest prevalence (61.26 %) in the general icu. it was found a bigger bacterial sensibility to amicacine (52.48 %) in the icu of the er. the microorganism with bigger prevalence was klebsiella pneumonia (35.46 %) in the general icu. in conclusion, the prevalence of ni in the two icus was 60.8 %, exceeding 45.3 % of the general rate registered in the brazilian hospitals that is 15.5 %, contributing to increase the morbi -mortality caused by infections.
Memória coletiva da Associa??o Brasileira de Enfermagem - Se??o Piauí
Nunes, Benevina Maria Vilar Teixeira;Santos, Ana Maria Ribeiro dos;Moura, Maria Eliete Batista;Silva, Maria Enóia Dantas da Costa e;Monteiro, Claudete Ferreira de Souza;Carvalho, Maria do Livramento;
Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-71672007000400021
Abstract: historical and social study that aimed at obtaining the social representations about associative practice present at the collective memory of the members from aben-pi. its primary source were 94 minutes of aben-pi created from 1959 to 1970 and from 1995 to 2005 and analyzed according to a thematic analysis of categorical content. the social representations obtained were about knowledge, positioning and feelings about nursing teaching, religiosity and honoring and political fights of aben. the dissemination of these knowledge, positioning and feelings among the members of the association, showed the spread of social representations determining the behavior of these nurses as aben-pi members.
A enfermagem e o Programa Saúde da Família: uma parceria de sucesso?
Marques, Dalvani;Silva, Eliete Maria;
Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-71672004000500006
Abstract: this was a qualitative, descriptive study that analyzed the work of the nursing staff in the family health program (psf: programa saúde da família) in campinas from 1998 to 2002. as reference, nursing is defined as work. the study was based on interviews with ten workers from the first three family health teams. thematically, the following issues were addressed: nursing work and team work, emphasizing the activities developed and the nursing work process. nursing and psf is a successful partnership that needs to be explored and addressed. by assessing this production of knowledge and procedures, it is possible to identify how broad the work of brazilian nursing is in family and public health.
Enfermagem: realidade e perspectiva na assistência e no gerenciamento
Silva, Eliete Maria;Gomes, Elizabeth Laus Ribas;Anselmi, Maria Luiza;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 1993, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11691993000100008
Abstract: the authors discuss the activities developed by nursing in two general orientations: the assistance and the management, concerning the concrete work and its perspectives. therefore, they engage in polemics around the administrative versus assistance functions and attract the attention to the impossibility of thinking the nursing work inarticulated of different health practices, as a woole they accomplish each other in attempting the necessities of health of the population in a social level.
Acolhimento e transforma??es no processo de trabalho de enfermagem em unidades básicas de saúde de Campinas, S?o Paulo, Brasil
Takemoto, Maíra Libertad Soligo;Silva, Eliete Maria;
Cadernos de Saúde Pública , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-311X2007000200009
Abstract: this article describes changes in the nursing work process resulting from implementation of the process referred to as "receptiveness", following introduction of the paidéia family health program in health care units in campinas, s?o paulo, brazil, since 2001. data were collected through participant observation and semi-structured interviews to examine the nursing work process, specifically in relation to "receptiveness". the analysis was based on two possible definitions of "receptiveness": as an attitude towards users and their needs, and as a device for reorganizing the work process. the study also analyzes "receptiveness" in relation to: organization of the work process, guarantee of accessibility, expanded demands on the health service and health team, changes in the nursing work process, humanization, and bonding.
Vigilancia epidemiológica do sarampo e da rubéola no Município de Campinas (SP), Brasil: confiabilidade dos dados
Barros,Eliana Nogueira Castro de; Silva,Eliete Maria;
Revista Panamericana de Salud Pública , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S1020-49892006000300005
Abstract: objective: to evaluate and validate the information concerning measles and rubella from the brazilian national disease notification system (bndns) (sistema nacional de informa??o de agravos de notifica??o, or sinan) for campinas, a large city in the state of s?o paulo, brazil, using as a reference the data from a control system, the syndromic surveillance system for fever and exanthem (sssfe) (sistema de vigilancia sindr?mica de febre e exantema, or vigifex), which operated from may 2003 through june 2004. method: in our study we compared: (1) annual data from bndns for the years 1999 through 2003 and (2) data from bndns and data from sssfe for the period of june 2003 through may 2004. we analyzed the rate of completion for key fields (record number, date of notification, and city of notification) as well as for name of disease, date of first symptoms, name of patient, birth date and age, sex, city of residence, date of investigation, immunization history, presence of exanthem, date at start of exanthem, presence of fever, suspected cases among pregnant women, signs and symptoms, date of collection of first sample, results with the sample, virus isolation, final classification, criteria for confirmation/exclusion of cases, diagnosis of excluded patients, development of the case, and date of closure. the level of agreement between the recorded cases in the two data banks was also analyzed. results: from june 2003 through may 2004, 211 suspected cases of measles or rubella were identified in sssfe and 275 in bndns. all the records had complete information concerning the three key fields. the rate of completion was also 100% for patient name, disease, and city of residence. the completion rate was higher than 95% for date of investigation, measles vaccine, measles and rubella vaccine, and rubella vaccine. a lower completion rate was found for other vaccination variables (number of doses and date of last dose) and for exanthem, fever, and date of start of exanthem. the
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