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Partilha do sensível na comunidade: interse??es entre psicologia e teatro
Rocha, Tatiana Gomes da;Kastrup, Virginia;
Estudos de Psicologia (Natal) , 2008, DOI: 10.1590/S1413-294X2008000200001
Abstract: this essay aims to discuss psychology and theater, their relations and possible effects when they are both involved with the production of subjectivity in popular communities. one main concept is the distribution of the sensible, created by jacques rancière. the text analyses the distribution of the sensible performed by the theater and by community psychology when they search social transformation. this study's conclusions indicate that the persistence of the conventional representation of the social conflicts constitutes an obstacle shared by psychology and theater, and point to the necessity of giving more relevance to the production of desire in the community.
Avalia??o da aprendizagem sobre saúde, em visita ao Museu da Vida
Rocha, Vania;Lemos, Evelyse dos Santos;Schall, Virginia;
História, Ciências, Saúde-Manguinhos , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-59702010000200006
Abstract: museums offer visitors both play and interactive activities that allow for learning. yet it is challenging to understand learning in this context. how does it actually influence the learning process? this article stems from research on how a visit to a science museum may contribute to shaping the health concepts held by young people. the results identify the context of the museum as an environment favorable to meaningful learning and how meanings are grasped from the content explored during activities. another important aspect of learning for these young people was the exploration of topics like the history of health, the relation between health and environment, science as a human product, and the role of the scientist within society.
Contribui??es do genograma e do ecomapa para o estudo de famílias em enfermagem pediátrica
Nascimento, Lucila Castanheira;Rocha, Semiramis Melani Melo;Hayes, Virginia Ellen;
Texto & Contexto - Enfermagem , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-07072005000200017
Abstract: the genogram and the ecomap have revealed to be valuable instruments for understanding family processes. this study aims to describe the experience of using these instruments in collecting data for a qualitative research that involved nine families of children with cancer, which used symbolic interactionism and grounded theory as a theoretical-methodological reference framework for understanding these families' experiences. it presents the positive points to using these instruments, such as an easier approach between interviewer and interviewee; an objective picture of the intra and extra family relations; the discussion and disclosure of possible changes in the family; the identification of each family member's common and singular characteristics, and the interviewee's possibility for expression through non-verbal language. these advantages were highlighted in data collection involving children. the authors also alert to a number of limitations.
Contribui es do genograma e do ecomapa para o estudo de famílias em enfermagem pediátrica
Lucila Castanheira Nascimento,Semiramis Melani Melo Rocha,Virginia Ellen Hayes
Texto & Contexto - Enfermagem , 2005,
Spanish-Language Home Visitation to Disadvantaged Latino Preschoolers: A Means of Promoting Language Development and English School Readiness  [PDF]
Virginia Mann
Creative Education (CE) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ce.2014.56051

This study reports five years of a school readiness intervention called “HABLA” (Home Based Activities Building Language Acquisition), designed to increase and enrich speech and literacy activities in the homes of economically and educationally disadvantaged Latino families with children between the age of 2 and 4. A team of trained home visitors provided two years of a 23-week program of visitation in which they met with parent(s) and child twice weekly. Both years presented a Spanish language adaptation of the parent-child home program model; home visitors provide intensive modeling and coaching of non-directive Spanish language use, conversation, and literacy activities. Administration of the PLS-3 in Spanish at the onset and culmination of each year of the program indicates significant increases in receptive and expressive language for each year of visitation (7.8 standard points for the first year, 4.4 for the second) with effect-size r ranging from .24 to 42. Participants had significantly improved their levels of oral Spanish skill and scored much higher than a comparison group of non-treated. A subset of graduates of the two-year program was tested as kindergarteners; they showed a continued advantage over a comparison group of 18 peers who had not received the intervention. For the graduates, both their Spanish PLS-3 scores and English PLS-4 scores were significantly higher, and their parents reported a continued effort to provide literacy experiences at home. The HABLA participants also showed a clear advantage for an English language test of phonological awareness, one of the strongest predictors of school success.

Leitura fenomenológica mundana do adoecer em pacientes do Servi?o de Fisioterapia do Núcleo de Aten??o Médica Integrada, Universidade de Fortaleza
Moreira, Virginia;Nogueira, Fernanda Nícia Nunes;Rocha, Márcio Arthoni Souto da;
Estudos de Psicologia (Campinas) , 2007, DOI: 10.1590/S0103-166X2007000200006
Abstract: this article aims to disclose the meanings of the getting ill experience in a worldly perspective that is, based on the notion of human life and consequently, pathology, implied in the sensible world, in the history and in the culture. through a fieldwork carried out in the servi?o de fisioterapia do núcleo de aten??o médica integrada da universidade de fortaleza, which combined the ethnographical and phenomenological methods, beyond the biological understanding about human illness, focusing the world of the experiences as a privileged field for meanings of been ill. the results show that getting ill is an experience of despotencialization and social exclusion, but it can be also an opportunity for life review, as well as secondary gains.
A new derivative of dihydroochnaflavone isolated from Luxemburgia species (Ochnaceae) and the complete 1H and 13C NMR chemical shifts assignments
Carvalho, Mario G. de;Silva, Virginia C.;Rocha Jr, José G. da;
Revista Brasileira de Farmacognosia , 2009, DOI: 10.1590/S0102-695X2009000100008
Abstract: the biflavonoid 2",3"-dihydroochnaflavone, isolated from the luxemburgia species (ochanaceae), was treated with diazomethane to obtain the trimethyl-ether that was treated with pyridine/acetic anhydride to yield a new derivative, 5-acetil-7,4'-dimethyl-flavone-(3'→o-4'")-5"-acetil-7"-methyl-flavanone. the complete 1h and 13c nmr data assignments of the new derivative were made by the one- and two-dimensional spectral analysis.
Crian?as com cancer e suas famílias
Nascimento, Lucila Castanheira;Rocha, Semiramis Melani Melo;Hayes, Virginia Hellen;Lima, Regina Aparecida Garcia de;
Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP , 2005, DOI: 10.1590/S0080-62342005000400014
Abstract: this study is aimed at reviewing the existing literature about children with cancer and their families in order to identify themes that have been researched and to survey indicators of need, thus giving subsidies for the systematization of nursing care. systemized data collection was carried out in computerized databases between 1997 and 2002 using the keywords child, cancer, chronic illness/disease, family and nursing. a non-systemized research of scientific publications was also carried out. results are grouped in three themes: impact of the child's cancer on the family system; adaptation process and coping strategies used by the parents in the face of the illness; and the process of loss and mourning in view of the child's death. the review demonstrated that nursing is constructing specific knowledge about the individual, cultural and regional needs of families of children with cancer, with a view to a nursing assistance that considers care in accordance to the singularity of each case.
Clifford and Extensor Calculus and the Riemann and Ricci Extensor Fields in of Deformed Structures
Virginia V. Fernandez,Waldyr A. Rodrigues Jr.,Antonio M. Moya,Roldao da Rocha
Mathematics , 2005,
Abstract: Here (the last paper in a series of four) we end our presentation of the basics of a systematical approach to the differential geometry of a smooth manifold M (supporting a metric field g and a general connection del) which uses the geometric algebras of multivector and extensors (fields) developed in previous papers. The theory of the Riemann and Ricci fields of the the triple (M,del,g)is investigated to for each particular open set U of M through the introduction of a geometric structure on U, i.e., a triple (U,gamma,g) where gamma is a general connection field on U and g is a metric extensor field associated to g. The relation between geometrical structures related by gauge extensor fields is clarified. These geometries may be said to be deformations one of each other. Moreover we study the important case of a class of deformed Levi-Civita geometrical structures and prove key theorems about them that are important in the formulation of geometric theories of the gravitational field.
Characterization of Genotypic Mutations and Antiretroviral Resistance among Viremic HIV-Infected Patients in a High HIV Prevalence Area: Treatment Challenge and Transmission Risk  [PDF]
AliAsad Arastu, Virginia Kan
World Journal of AIDS (WJA) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/wja.2011.13011
Abstract: There have been few reports evaluating the prevalence of genotypic mutations and antiretroviral resistance among chronic HIV-infected Veterans within the United States. This retrospective cross-sectional study characterizes the rates and changes in HIV genotypic mutations and antiretroviral resistance among viremic patients from 2001 to 2006 at the VA Medical Center located in Washington, DC. The District of Columbia is the metropolitan area with the highest HIV prevalence within the United States. De-identified, linked HIV RNA, genotypic reverse transcriptase (RT) and protease (Pr) mutations and antiretroviral resistance results were assessed for changes during the 6-year period. Aggregated clinic and antiretroviral utilization, and HIV acquisition risk data were evaluated for patients in care during this time. Among 990 viremic samples, the rate of any detected RT or Pr mutation fell from 100% in 2001 to 95% in 2006. This was primarily attributable to the 15% - 20% decrease seen for RT gene mutations against nucleoside/nucleotide class and non-nucleoside class during this period. Resistance to didanosine, stavudine, zidovudine, nevirapine and efavirenz decreased, and tenofovir resistance increased. Despite stable rates of Pr gene mutations, atazanavir resistance increased by 22% from 2003 to 2006. Some but not all changes in genotypic mutations and resistance patterns reflected our patients’ antiretroviral drug utilization. As sexual contacts (77%) and injection drug use (22%) were the leading acquisition risks disclosed by our HIV-infected patients, the high prevalence and changing patterns of HIV genotypic mutations and drug resistance among these patients have had pivotal impacts not only on HIV treatment but potential transmission into our community.
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