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A Conferência de Revis o de Durban contra o Racismo, a Discrimina o Racial, a Xenofobia e as Formas Correlatas de Intolerancia de 2009 e o Brasil
Meridiano 47 : Boletim de Análise de Conjuntura em Rela??es Internacionais , 2010,
Abstract: O artigo discute o difícil processo negociador da Conferência de Revis o de Durban de 2009 e o papel do Brasil.
O Brasil e os direitos humanos: do conservadorismo à valoriza o
Meridiano 47 : Boletim de Análise de Conjuntura em Rela??es Internacionais , 2009,
Abstract: Analisa brevemente a política externa brasileira em direitos humanos de 1948 até hoje, demonstrando que esta evoluiu do conservadorismo à valoriza o.
Situa??es de conflito vivenciadas no contexto hospitalar: a vis?o dos técnicos e auxiliares de enfermagem
Spagnol, Carla Aparecida;Santiago, Gislene Rodrigues;Campos, Bruna Mendes de Oliveira;Badaró, Maria Tereza Melo;Vieira, Jackeline Soares;Silveira, Ana Paula de Oliveira;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62342010000300036
Abstract: this study was developed at the federal university of minas gerais hospital with the purpose to analyze how nurses deal with the conflicts that occur in the work environment. the research was developed in two data collection stages. authors applied a questionnaire, followed by a semi-structured interview. data was organized according to their thematic content. according to the interviewed workers, the term conflict has a negative denotation. some subjects pointed out the following types of conflict: intrapersonal, interpersonal and intergroup. some of them also reported that nurses are prepared to face conflict situations using dialogue and negotiation. however, others answered that nurses are not prepared, due to professional inexperience and the lack of interaction with the team. authors considered that these results must encourage nurses towards reflecting about their management practice.
A Hospitalidade, o Turismo e a Inclus o Social para Cadeirantes
Bruna Mendes,Nilma Morcerf de Paula
Revista Turismo em Análise , 2010,
Abstract: Resumo A hospitalidade pode ser compreendida como um meio de criar e fortalecer rela es sociais, pressupondo a inclus o do indivíduo em todos os sistemas organizados. Este estudo, de caráter qualitativo, tem por objetivo analisar, a partir do ponto de vista dos cadeirantes, o significado de hospitalidade no contexto da atividade turística. Com base no método empírico indutivo utilizou-se a técnica de entrevista em profundidade para coletar os dados junto a dez cadeirantes, selecionados de forma intencional. Os principais resultados demonstram que a dificuldade dos cadeirantes em participar do turismo refere-se à inospitalidade dos locais, referente a acessibilidade, sendo essa tanto arquitet nica quanto atitudinal. Palavras-Chave: turismo; hospitalidade; inclus o social; deficiência; cadeirantes. Abstract The hospitality can be understood as a way of creating and strengthen relationship, presupposing the person′s inclusion in all organized system. This studies, a qualitative character, has as an objective to analyze, through the point of view of the wheelchair users, the meaning of hospitality during the tourism activity. Based on the inductive empiric method, the profundity interview technique was used in order to collect information together to ten wheelchair users. The main results demonstrate that the difficult of this segment in participating on the tourism activity refers to the local inhospitality, referring to the lack of accessibility (architecture and attitude). Keywords: tourism; hospitality; social inclusion; deficiency; wheelchair users.
Late diagnosis and TCD8 immune response profile of cutaneous tuberculosis: A case report  [PDF]
Bruna Daniella de Souza Silva, Sueli Lemes de ávila Alves, André Kipnis, Ana Paula Junqueira-Kipnis
Open Journal of Immunology (OJI) , 2012, DOI: 10.4236/oji.2012.23015
Abstract: Introduction: Cutaneous tuberculosis (CTB) is a rare form of extra-pulmonary tuberculosis that, when associated with late diagnosis, worsen the quality of life of the sick individuals. This report presents a case of late diagnosis of CTB. Unusual clinical manifestations retarded the correct tuberculosis diagnosis for more than a year. The immune response elicited by this type of tuberculosis as well as the factors that might contribute to the delay in diagnosis was evaluated and discussed. Methodology: Clinical evaluation and flow cytometric analyses of PBMC were realized for a case of CTB and a healthy individual as a control. Results: M. tuberculosis specific TCD8+ cell response was analyzed by flow cytometry and revealed positive cells for IL-17, IL-10, TGF-β and IDO. The CTB patient presented higher percentage of those cells when compared to a healthy donor. However, TCD8 cells positive for the important protective cytokine, IFN-γ was decreased in the CTB patient. Conclusion. The assessment of the M. tuberculosis specific TCD8+ immune response showed a regulatory/modulatory phenotype with a reduced IFN-γ response when compared to the healthy control that could have contributed to the CTB infection.
Psychological Duty and Therapeutic Relationship: The Point of View of Attended Clients  [PDF]
Emanuel Meireles Vieira, Gabriela Di Paula Dias Ribeiro, Bianca Nascimento de Souza, Jacqueline de Oliveira Moreira, Paula Affonso de Oliveira
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2014.57087

This work aims to examine what the clients cared for in a service of psychological duty, guided by a person-centered therapy, and consider meaningful as for the way the psychologist on duty relates to them. For that, semi-structured interviews were done with 5 clients cared for by this service, and the phenomenological method of research was used to analyze the interviews. Thus, we reached six analysis categories: 1) feel heard; 2) interest from the psychologist on duty; 3) feel welcome; 4) confidence; 5) unlimited time; 6) self-knowledge. Through the analysis of all the categories, it was possible to reach the conclusion that, even in a service that is so distinct from the psychotherapy as the duty service is, it is possible for the client to realize those that, according to Rogers, would be the necessary and sufficient conditions for the change of personality. Besides, it was possible to perceive the relevance of the quality of the presence of the psychologist on duty in the established relationship with the interviewed clients.

Depression prevalence in Intensive Care Unit nursing workers: a study at hospitals in a northwestern city of S?o Paulo State
Vargas, Divane de;Dias, Ana Paula Vieira;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692011000500008
Abstract: this study aimed to estimate the prevalence of depression in nursing staff working in intensive care units of hospitals from a city in northwestern s?o paulo state - brazil, examining its association with participants' socio-demographic characteristics. the beck depression inventory was applied to a sample of 67 nursing workers from three general hospitals, showing an 28.4% prevalence of depression. the analysis based on the multiple model showed a significant association between depression and marital status (or=1.52), night work (or=1.46) and double shifts (or=2.11). also, there were significant percentages of workers who reported discouragement, sadness and hopelessness. in conclusion, the prevalence of depression is significant and more attention should be paid to this problem workers at these units face. further studies are needed in the attempt to broaden knowledge on the subject, which can support strategies to guarantee attention to icu nursing workers' physical and mental health needs.
Intersexuality and the Subjective Definition of Gender  [PDF]
Ana Amélia Reis de Paula, Márcia Maria Rosa Vieira
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2014.59127

Intersexuality questions how human gender definition occurs. As a baby is born, a sex, boy or girl, is assigned through genital observation. However, the simplicity to assign the gender disappears when, as the genitals are observed, their conformation is not clear. Genitals are ambiguous when their appearance imposes difficulties, or even an impossibility to assign a sex to a child. This is the case for children born with some degree of deformity or any Sexual Differentiation Disorders (SDD). Such fact places a strain, both on the parents and on those who will assist the child. The complexity of the problem demands that the child be assisted by an interdisciplinary team composed of a pediatrician, an endocrinologist, a surgeon and a psychologist in addition to a team of diagnostics experts. A study is undertaken in order to understand what caused the Genital Ambiguity (GA) and, therefore, make sex definition possible. When the SDD diagnosis is established early in life, it can cause severe angst on the parents or even the family. That is because it is the family who will be held responsible for what happens to the child. The name choice and the civil registry is the parents’ responsibility. They must make a choice. The parents decide if there will be an investigation in order to make the biological sex clear, or if they will allow the child to grow so that they can define their own sex, based on the assumption that nature itself may decide the path towards sexual clarity. Although possible, that is a perilous path to follow, since biology has already given hints that something has happened that prevented the sexual identification already at birth. The article deals with the main discoveries and psychoanalytic concepts in relation to sexual constitution and its workings in order to clarify the question that has guided and accompanied us along the way: does sexual ambiguity interfere in the assumption of sex made by the subject? Clinical medicine teaches us how the subjects have answered the question: Am I a boy or a girl?

Characteristics of Mesenchymal Stem Cells under Hypoxia  [PDF]
Bruna Amorin, Ana Paula Alegretti, Vanessa de Souza Valim, Annelise Martins Pezzi da Silva, Maria Aparecida Lima da Silva, Felipe Sehn, Lucia Silla
CellBio (CellBio) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/cellbio.2013.21002

Mesenchymal stem cells (MSC) are considered non-hematopoietic multipotent stem cells with self-renewal properties and the ability to differentiate into a variety of mesenchymal tissues. Optimal conditions for the culture of these cells have been the subject of investigation for several years. In particular, ideal oxygen tension levels have not been established in the literature. In physiological environments, oxygen tension may vary from 12% in peripheral blood to 1% in the deep zone of cartilage regions. In any case, oxygen tension is considerably lower in vivo when compared with the normal atmosphere of standard cell culture conditions (21%). The objective of this study was to review the literature available on MSC characteristics (cell cycle, survival, proliferation, differentiation, morphology, immunophenotype, cytogenetics) when cultured under hypoxic conditions. Our focus on optimal culture conditions is justified by the key role currently played by these cells in regenerative medicine.

Compara??o de aspectos da gramática em línguas indígenas brasileiras
MAIA, Marcus;FRANCHETTO, Bruna;LEITE, Yonne de Freitas;SOARES, Marília Facó;VIEIRA, Marcia Damaso;
DELTA: Documenta??o de Estudos em Lingüística Teórica e Aplicada , 1998, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-44501998000200004
Abstract: this paper compares a set of interrelated phenomena concerning the syntax/morphology interface in four brazilian indigenous languages: kuikúro, guarani, karajá and tikuna. the linearization of the sov word order is discussed following chomsky (1993) and kayne (1993). clitics, auxiliaries and functional categories are also examined, allowing a preliminary comparative overview on the structure of the clause in the languages.
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