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As representa??es da saúde bucal na mídia impressa
Cavaca, Aline Guio;Gentilli, Victor;Marcolino, Eliana Martins;Emmerich, Adauto;
Interface - Comunica??o, Saúde, Educa??o , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-32832012005000039
Abstract: this study aimed to understand how information on oral health is carried in the printed media in the state of espírito santo, brazil. this was a qualitative study using content analysis on 66 articles relating to the subject that were carried in the newspapers a gazeta and a tribuna between march 2004 and june 2009. the empirical material originated seven analytical categories: accountability of the individual, extreme realities, popular image of dentists and their offices, pathologization of halitosis, aesthetic valuation, determinants of oral health and prevention and habits. the media's approach towards oral health cuts across a complex of social, cultural, political, biological and economic factors. this highlights the importance of communication in context with the interests of society. thus, the communication may be interactive, with dialogue, and its critical power in education and health promotion may be explored, thereby consciously relaying consumerism in oral health.
A saúde bucal na mídia impressa: análise das matérias jornalísticas nos anos de 2004-2009
Cavaca,Aline Guio; Gentilli,Victor; Zandonade,Eliana; Cortellete Júnior,Moacyr; Emmerich,Adauto;
Ciência & Saúde Coletiva , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-81232012000500027
Abstract: this study seeks to outline the main characteristics of the texts on oral health that appeared in the printed media in the state of espírito santo from 2004 to 2009, in order to analyze and compare the issues, approaches and journalistic relevance related to the theme prioritized in a tribuna and a gazeta newspapers. exploratory documentary research was conducted, based on quantitative content analysis of the material, which established that the issues included ranged from information about oral health policies, community service and prevention of oral health diseases, to the "aesthetic tendencies" of the smile. it also covered the dissemination of new technologies and dental specialties and there was a predominance of even-numbered pages, fewer first page texts and full-page coverage. this implies a moderate appreciation of these issues, different editorial projects, plus the difference in target audience that determined the journalistic standard and the predominance of specialized sources. despite the oral health articles not revealing journalistic "scoops", they can be reworked using conscious journalistic techniques, in order to elicit the extraordinary from the ordinary, giving rise to texts of social relevance in both newspapers.
A rela??o professor-aluno no ensino da Odontologia na Universidade Federal do Espírito Santo
Cavaca, Aline Guio;Esposti, Carolina Dutra Degli;Santos-Neto, Edson Theodoro;Gomes, Maria José;
Trabalho, Educa??o e Saúde , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1981-77462010000200008
Abstract: the aim of this study was to analyze the professor-student relationship at the federal university of espírito santo's school of dentistry and to discuss the possible impact this relationship has in the teaching-learning process. this is a quantitative exploratory study under which questionnaires containing both closed and open questions were applied to 130 students and 40 professors. the results show that 49% of the students and 45% of the professors believe the professor-student relationship is good. when asked whether they had been reprimanded by the professors in front of a patient, 35% of students responded they had never been, while 65% said they had at least once. the trust in education was worked on by asking the professor if he or she would bring a relative to be treated at the school's clinics. in total, 47% responded positively, showing confidence in the students, in the professors' guidance, and in the quality of care as a guide for their decisions. the professor-student relationship is considered good for both, but a few factors were singled out as negative interferences in the quality of the teaching-learning process, such as the lack of accessibility and educational and social interaction among the players, the professors' arrogance and bullying, and the students' lack of understanding of their limits.
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