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Contribui o da CIPESC na execu o das políticas de aten o à saúde da crian a no município de Curitiba, Paraná
Maíra Rosa Apostolico,Márcia Regina Cubas,Denise Meira Altino,Kelly Cristina Máxima Pereira
Texto & Contexto - Enfermagem , 2007,
Contribui??o da CIPESC? na execu??o das políticas de aten??o à saúde da crian?a no município de Curitiba, Paraná
Apostolico, Maíra Rosa;Cubas, Márcia Regina;Altino, Denise Meira;Pereira, Kelly Cristina Máxima;Egry, Emiko Yoshikawa;
Texto & Contexto - Enfermagem , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-07072007000300011
Abstract: a classificatory system of nursing practice in collective health (international classification of nursing practices in collective health? - classifica??o internacional das práticas de enfermagem em saúde coletiva?) has been adopted in curitiba's primary care health services as part of its policy. this study, descriptive and exploratory, seeks to show nursing's contributions to epidemiological profile improvement in children's health. the data was collected through the reports about nursing diagnoses from the municipal computer database, and was analyzed using the nursing praxical intervention theory in collective health. the results have shown that children's health profiles in this municipality are better than in the remainder of the country. nursing practices, qualified by using nursing diagnoses and a classificatory system, have allowed assessing improvement in health-illness processes. finally nursing has been able to identify health needs and diagnoses, strengths and impairments of health-illness processes.
Método para medida do comprimento da cóclea por meio de ressonancia magnética
Pochini Sobrinho, Fernando;Lazarini, Paulo Roberto;Yoo, Hea Jung;Abreu Júnior, Luiz de;Meira, Altino de Sá;
Revista Brasileira de Otorrinolaringologia , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-72992009000200017
Abstract: we know that hearing impairment affects a large part of the population. in cases of profound and bilateral hearing loss, children may have problems in speech development, as well as communication and socialization. cochlear implants have been used as a treatment option in these cases. today, inner ear mri is a mandatory test in the preoperative evaluation of these individuals. in our daily routines, we wonder whether mri can provide not only qualitative, but also quantitative data, with real cochlear linear values built from three dimension images. aims: the aim of the present investigation is to propose a method to obtain mri cochlear length measures from the temporal bones of cadavers. material and methods: we assessed three dimensional images from the cochlea of six cadavers. by overlapping digitalized rulers on these images it was possible to measure cochlear length. results: these measures varied between 17 and 26.5 millimeters. conclusions: we have concluded that it was possible to measure cochlear length from three dimensional mri images, by employing the method hereby proposed.
Valida??o de conteúdo das atuais e de novas características definidoras do diagnóstico de enfermagem débito cardíaco diminuído
Lopes, Juliana de Lima;Altino, Denise;Silva, de Cássia Gengo e;
Acta Paulista de Enfermagem , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-21002010000600008
Abstract: objective: to validate the content defining characteristics of the currently approved and of those identified through reviewing the literature, for the nursing diagnosis: decreased cardiac output. methods: is a content validation study using the model proposed by fehring. the defining characteristics were validated by 18 experts (eight doctors and ten nurses), using the five points likert scale and according to the following classification: scores higher than 0.80 were considered as the main features; those with weight between 0, 50 and 0.79 as secondary; and, those with average less than or equal to 0.50 as irrelevant. results: of 79 defining characteristics investigated, 38 (48.1%) were validated, among which 17 were present in nanda-i, and 41 (51.9%) were considered as irrelevant to this diagnosis, of these, eight are listed in nanda-i. conclusion: the defining characteristics currently listed in the nanda-i classification taxonomy do not completely cover the nursing diagnosis: decreased cardiac output.
CIPESC? Curitiba: o trabalho da enfermagem no Distrito Bairro Novo
Altino, Denise Maria;Apostolico, Maíra Rosa;Duarte, Franciele de Oliveira;Cubas, Márcia Regina;Egry, Emiko Yoshikawa;
Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem , 2006, DOI: 10.1590/S0034-71672006000400006
Abstract: curitiba has been utilized system cipesc? - international nursing practice classification in collective health. this study goal identifies the activities of nursing staff in the health unities of bairro novo district of curitiba city. we interviewed nursing and auxiliaries using check-list. the results showed: the sheltering is done by everyone; the auxiliaries' activities are procedures caring; all the nurses do nursing consultation and most of then use computer-based system cipesc?. in conclusion, excepting the research activities, the nursing staff works all the time according municipality program, such is under organized and scientific based system to giving nursing care, emphasizing at women health. activities such as planning and education have been improved also.
Práticas de socializa??o entre adultos e crian?as, e estas entre si, no interior da creche
Martins Filho, Altino José;
Pro-Posi??es , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-73072008000100014
Abstract: this study is about a research on children's education. its main objective was to describe, analyze and interpret the dynamics of the relationships established between adults and children in the space where they stay together, a day care center. in order to capture the dynamics of the social relationships of this day care center, an ethnographic-oriented methodology was used, as well as written and photographic records. with the purpose of having a more comprehensive analysis of that social scenario, a sociospatial study of the day care center and the actors involved was carried out. with the help of children's sociology, the study focused on the analysis of relationships developed in the day care center, between adults and children, and also among children themselves, as active social actors and actresses involved in the socialization processes. by observing the analysis categories elaborated for such, it could be noticed that, both in stressful and conflicting relationships and in peaceful ones, adults and children produce symbolic representations of the world with which they interact and, in the children's case, the elaboration of infantile cultures.
A latent shared-component generative model for real-time disease surveillance using Twitter data
Roberto C. S. N. P. Souza,Denise E. F de Brito,Renato M. Assun??o,Wagner Meira Jr
Computer Science , 2015,
Abstract: Exploiting the large amount of available data for addressing relevant social problems has been one of the key challenges in data mining. Such efforts have been recently named "data science for social good" and attracted the attention of several researchers and institutions. We give a contribution in this objective in this paper considering a difficult public health problem, the timely monitoring of dengue epidemics in small geographical areas. We develop a generative simple yet effective model to connect the fluctuations of disease cases and disease-related Twitter posts. We considered a hidden Markov process driving both, the fluctuations in dengue reported cases and the tweets issued in each region. We add a stable but random source of tweets to represent the posts when no disease cases are recorded. The model is learned through a Markov chain Monte Carlo algorithm that produces the posterior distribution of the relevant parameters. Using data from a significant number of large Brazilian towns, we demonstrate empirically that our model is able to predict well the next weeks of the disease counts using the tweets and disease cases jointly.
Dynamic geometry: An agent for the reunification of algebra and geometry
Meira Hockman
Pythagoras , 2011, DOI: 10.4102/pythagoras.v33i3.119
Abstract: This paper investigates the degree of separation or unity between the algebraic and geometric modes of thought of students in tertiary education. Case studies indicate that as a student is inducted into the use of algebra the insightful and visual components of geometrical and graphical modes of thought are sidelined. Based on Vygotsky’s taxonomy of the psychogenesis of cultural forms of behaviour, I suggest that this separation occurs because the algebraic methods remain fixed at a na ve or algorithmic stage. The algebraic concepts may fail to be internalised because the stage of instrumental functioning of algebra as a ‘tool’ or ‘method’ of geometry is not successfully transitioned. I suggest that this stage of instrumental functioning may be stimulated by using dynamic geometry programs to promote the formation of images in conjunction with algebraic representations in problem solving. In this way the modes of thought in algebra and geometry in mathematics may be reunified.
Genetic and Environmental Influences on Perceptual-Motor Abilities  [PDF]
Cassio M. Meira Jr., Marcelo Massa
Psychology (PSYCH) , 2017, DOI: 10.4236/psych.2017.811110
Abstract: Ability poses limitations on a person’s potential for success in a given task. Perceptual-motor abilities are thought to be traits regarded as having been either genetically determined or developed through motor experience. This study examined genetic and environmental influences on perceptual-motor abilities in twins (13 sets of monozygotic and 18 sets of dizygotic, mean age = 17.2 ± 3.5 years) by measuring the performance on tasks whose main underlying perceptual-motor abilities are rate control, simple reaction time, hand-eye coordination, finger dexterity, and manual force control. The results suggest that little support was given to Turkheimer’s Laws of Behavior Genetics, as high proportions of variance on the performance were attributable to 1) additive genetic factors for rate control only, 2) shared family environment for finger dexterity and hand-eye coordination, and 3) nonshared environment for rate control and simple reaction time.
Para um Atlas pluridimensional: pesquisas e pesquisadores
Aguilera, Vanderci de Andrade;Altino, Fabiane Cristina;
Alfa : Revista de Linguística (S?o José do Rio Preto) , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1981-57942012000300007
Abstract: this article aims at presenting to the scientific community a report on the activities of the project atlas linguístico do brasil (alib- lingusitic atlas of brazil) concerning the constitution of new researchers and, at the same time, to demonstrate what the central committee team has produced since the beginning of this century. we divided the text into four sections: (i) the constitution of the team of investigators that deals with the formation of the national committee and the attributions of each of its members; (ii) students′ production in scientific initiation projects developed in the several alib branches; (iii) the post-graduation students′ production tutored by the scientific directors; and (iv) the production of the coordinators and scientific directors. the results indicate the diversity of theoretical-methodological perspectives in the approach of phenomena related to phonetic, lexical and morphological variation, among others, and also indicate the possibility of associating some aspects of linguistic variation found by alib to the proposal by nascentes (1953).
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