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Apontamentos para se pensar a??es de preven??o à violência pelo setor saúde
Galheigo, Sandra Maria;
Saúde e Sociedade , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-12902008000300018
Abstract: violence is one of the contemporary phenomena which has provoked social restlessness and caused a substantial number of victims every year. international organizations, such as who and unesco, have proposed violence prevention measures and the promotion of a culture of peace. for some years now brazil has been making efforts in creating new legislation in the health sector which may contribute to violence prevention and health promotion, fulfilling international recommendations and advancing substantially if compared with previous initiatives. this paper presents these propositions and their recommendations and discusses the consequences in regard to demands for the humanization of health care provided by practitioners. it points out the challenges for human resources training and, according to hannah arendt's ideas, discusses concepts of violence, power, authority, force and strength.
O uso da música nos cuidados paliativos: humanizando o cuidado e facilitando o adeus
Seki, Natalie Hidemi;Galheigo, Sandra Maria;
Interface - Comunica??o, Saúde, Educa??o , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-32832010000200004
Abstract: living with a life-threatening disease may affect such individual and their families in various dimensions (physical, emotional, spiritual, social and economic) and require sensitive and attentive care provided by a multidisciplinary team, to deal with this unique and delicate situation. this paper has the aim of reflecting on the contributions from using music in palliative care and in humanization of care, for people beyond the therapeutic possibilities of cure. with this purpose, a literature review was undertaken through electronic searches for articles indexed in databases and by manual searching among non-indexed periodicals relevant to this study. the investigation revealed that using music in health-disease-care processes may provide comfort and quality of life for sick individuals and may be a resource for helping in family relationships, in saying farewell to their beloved ones. it may also help in keeping the healthcare team healthy and integrated.
O cotidiano, o lúdico e as redes relacionais: a artesania do cuidar em terapia ocupacional no hospital
Angeli, Andrea do Amparo Carotta de;Luvizaro, Nathália Azevedo;Galheigo, Sandra Maria;
Interface - Comunica??o, Saúde, Educa??o , 2012, DOI: 10.1590/S1414-32832012005000016
Abstract: the aim of this study was to reflect on the ways of doing, feeling and conducting story-telling actions in a pediatric ward. these practices resulted from university extension activities within the scope of occupational therapy. this reflection was done by reviewing the literature and discussing field notes on the project, and was based on a theoretical framework grounded in care technologies and in play within the context of hospital interventions, from the perspective of comprehensive and humanized care. storytelling is presented as a means of promoting listening, reception, different affectations and bonding processes, thereby making it possible to set up a support network among the players present in the ward. it thus reaffirms professional healthcare practices in the hospital through continual construction among the subjects by using individualized technological tools that promote meetings and happenings.
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