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O PPGENF-UFRGS no compasso dos avan os da pós-gradua o em enfermagem El PPGENF-UFRGS al compás de los avances del postgrado en enfermería PPGENF-UFRGS and the advances of graduate studies in nursing
Clarice Maria Dall'agnol
Revista Gaúcha de Enfermagem , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/s1983-14472010000300001
Privacidade dos pacientes: uma quest?o ética para a gerência do cuidado em enfermagem
Soares, Narciso Vieira;Dall'Agnol, Clarice Maria;
Acta Paulista de Enfermagem , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-21002011000500014
Abstract: objective: to identify patient perceptions in an inpatient unit with respect to issues related to privacy in the hospital. methods: this was a qualitative, exploratory, descriptive study. the sample consisted of 12 patients admitted to a general hospital; data collection occurred through semi-structured interviews and simple observation of the ambience of this setting. results: everyday situations showed the occurrence of violation of personal space and the patient's body, sometimes without apparent reason. the experience of exposure of one's body and the inadequate professional posture of the nursing staff, the vision of patients was formed under conditions that generated anxiety, embarrassment and stress that impacted on their health and well-being. conclusion: the statements made clear the low expectation of patients about privacy in the care received at the institution, with privacy related to technical competence and knowledge of professionals about the procedures they perform, such as linking ideas including helpfulness and kindness with their treatment.
Desafios do processo grupal em reuni?es de equipe da estratégia saúde da família
Grando, Maristel Kasper;Dall'agnol, Clarice Maria;
Escola Anna Nery , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-81452010000300011
Abstract: considering the pichonian reference of an operative group, a qualitative, exploratory study was developed to analyze the meetings of a family health strategy team through observation and focus groups. among the findings a protocol practice appeared, focusing on technical aspects, to the detriment of important issues which provide support to the group process, including those involving the organization and logistics. difficulties in expressing ideas and giving contrary opinions emerged as obstacles to group dynamics and the adoption of a critical attitude risked segregation of the group. however, the debates favored new insights among the participants, breaking down the illusion of a "perfect team" with the gradual recognition that this concept remained only at the level of idealization. the operative group technique postulated by pichon-rivière (2005) is proposed as a possibility of genuine collective construction, considering not only the results, but the process undergone by the subjects, with a view to group learning.
Situa??es significativas no espa?o-contexto da hemodiálise: o que dizem os usuários de um servi?o?
Pietrovsk, Vanusa;Dall'Agnol, Clarice Maria;
Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-71672006000500007
Abstract: a qualitative study performed at a hemodialysis clinic in the interior of paraná. semi-structured interviews were used to look at significant situations for chronic renal patients, experienced in the space and context of hemodialytic treatment. the results indicated difficulties associated with the communication process, causing discomfort and a feeling of helplessness, especially at the beginning of the treatment. it was shown that importance was assigned to the family, to the relationship with the other service users and with the members of the health care team, as a way of contributing to the recovery and adaptation process, amidst the adversities imposed by the disease and treatment. aspects related to the presentation, esthetics and cleanliness of the environment also emerged as factors that interfere in client satisfaction.
Immediate adverse reactions to intravenous iodinated contrast media in computed tomography
Juchem, Beatriz Cavalcanti;Dall'Agnol, Clarice Maria;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692007000100012
Abstract: this exploratory-descriptive, non-experimental quantitative research aimed to learn about immediate adverse reactions to intravenous iodinated contrast media in hospitalized patients submitted to computed tomography at a teaching hospital in the south of brazil. during the study period, all adverse reactions showed mild intensity, at a frequency of 12.5% with ionic iodinated contrast media, and 1% with non-ionic contrast agent. the extravasation of contrast occurred in 2.2% of the injections in a peripheral vein without complications in any of the cases. the results are within the limits cited in international literature and suggest that tomography service professionals should know their own rates of adverse reactions to iodinated contrast agent, as well as the conditions in which they occur, in order to obtain evidence to evaluate the respective care delivery processes.
Concep??es de uma equipe multidisciplinar sobre fuga de pacientes
Vieira, Sílvio Ant?nio;Dall'Agnol, Clarice Maria;
Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-71672009000100012
Abstract: a qualitative study that aimed at learning the way an emergency care multidisciplinary team at a public university hospital conceives and deals with the problem of patients who run away from hospital was carried out. data were collected using the focus groups technique, whose sample was constituted by ten individuals, approached by non-directive group dynamics. three thematic classes resulted from content analysis: a certain ambivalence; emergency, a place of (lack of) control; fears and insecurities. the study indicates the chaotic situation encountered by emergency services and, in this context, when patients run away, the health care team is imminently subject to a triple judgment: social, legal and institutional.
Processo grupal: reflex?es de uma equipe de enfermagem
Cardoso, Adriana Serdotte Freitas;Dall'Agnol, Clarice Maria;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62342011000600019
Abstract: the objective of this qualitative, exploratory-descriptive study was to analyze the group process of a nursing team at hospital de clínicas de porto alegre (hcpa), under the light of pichon-rivière's operative group theory. data collection took place in 2008, using a semi-structured questionnaire and focal group. the group work concept is one of the four categories that resulted from the study, and is the object of approach in the present article. it was found that the knowledge about the group process must be shared, disseminated and discussed since the undergraduate studies and developed across the professional career. as the team learns and is able to identify the main indicators of the group process, it becomes possible to improve operatively, considering not only the outcomes but mainly the course covered until achieving the goal, aiming at group learning.
Social representations of health surveillance among workers
Souza, Dirciara Bara?ano;Dall'Agnol, Clarice Maria;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692008000300019
Abstract: this is a qualitative, exploratory-interpretative study, with the purpose of investigating the social representations of health surveillance among members of the national health surveillance agency - anvisa, in rio grande do sul state. it was found that health surveillance is represented by subjects as a process that, despite the contradictions, is being constructed and lived in the job routine with signs of renovation of existing representations. thus, health protection acquires a new understanding, deviating from the prevention limits that traditionally focus on disease in order to return to promotion itself. also, the image of health police is displaced from punishment to health education, establishing links between normative and educative performance. moreover, professionalism is based on responsibility and knowledge, and professional devaluation is anchored in the idea of exclusion. the results allow for an analysis of the elements that can be causing permanencies and influencing the movements of daily practice, being able to revert into a benefit for the construction of a professional profile.
Participative leadership in the management process of nightshift nursing
Costa, Diovane Ghignatti da;DallAgnol, Clarice Maria;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2011, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692011000600005
Abstract: this is a qualitative, exploratory, descriptive study, aiming to identify the perceptions of nurses regarding the leadership process and to analyze how this process takes place on the nightshift. data collection was performed through the focus groups technique, with 13 nightshift nurses of a public teaching hospital. two categories that resulted from the thematic analysis are the focus of this article: the context of nightshift nursing work and leadership from the perception of the nightshift nurses. teamwork is an important condition to vitalize the participatory perspective of the leadership process, given the necessary relationship of support and integration, above all in the nightshift nursing work. this exercise challenges the nurse in the solidification of a culture that promotes spaces for reflection regarding the work, integrating leadership with a learning process that is constituted through constructive bonds between the workers.
Health and self-care among garbage collectors: work experiences in a recyclable garbage cooperative
Dall'Agnol, Clarice Maria;Fernandes, Fernanda dos Santos;
Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-11692007000700003
Abstract: study performed with garbage pickers who organized a cooperative to sort recyclable garbage in porto alegre, brazil, in a shed loaned by the city administration. this activity, which has attracted an increasing number of people excluded from the formal job market, presents peculiar health risks and patterns of disease. the study aimed to learn about the participants' concepts and self-care actions, proposing discussions and jointly reflection on their problems. it focuses on the working environment and on attitudes towards health risks. through the focal group technique with ten female subjects, the expression of capacity of situational analysis of those involved was privileged, giving rise to three main themes. each theme discussed was followed by the construction of a plan of action in order to meet compatibly the more pressing needs according to the operational feasibility of the solutions proposed.
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