Resultados: 12

Knowledge and practices of Primary Care professionals on diabetic neuropathy: study of social representations

Rev. bras. enferm; 74 (1), 2021
ABSTRACT Objectives: to analyze the knowledge and practices of Primary Health Care professionals about diabetic neuropathy through their social representations. Methods: a qualitative, descriptive study, anchored in the procedural aspect of the Theory of Social Representations. It was carried out in fo...

Suicide in indigenous and non-indigenous population: a contribution to health management

Rev. bras. enferm; 73 (supl.1), 2020
ABSTRACT Objective: To analyze the sociodemographic and epidemiological profile of suicide in the indigenous and non-indigenous population and the spatiality of the event. Method: Epidemiological, descriptive research, carried out with data from the Mortality Information System. Suicide mortality rates...

HIV infection in pregnant women and its challenges for the prenatal care

Rev. bras. enferm; 74 (supl.4), 2021
ABSTRACT Objective: To analyze the epidemiological profile of HIV infections in pregnant women. Methods: Analytical study with a quantitative approach. Results: The HIV rate in pregnant women increased from 1.5/1000 babies born alive, in 2010, to 3.3/1000 in 2017. There was a significant association b...

Behaviors related to Quilombola womens health: a social representations study

Rev. bras. enferm; 73 (supl.4), 2020
ABSTRACT Objective: To Identify Quilombola women's social representations about health care and to characterize practices performed by them. Method: a descriptive, qualitative study, applying the Social Representations Theory, conducted with 30 women from a Quilombola community in the Brazilian Amazon....

Spatial patterns of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis: correlation with sociodemographic variables and type of notification

Rev. bras. enferm; 73 (supl.5), 2020
ABSTRACT Objective: Correlate the cases of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis and its spatial patterns with the type of notification and sociodemographic variables. Method: Ecological study carried out in the municipality of Belém, with 77 cases of multidrug-resistant tuberculosis registered in the Spec...

Tuberculosis: evaluation of the time between identification of symptoms and beginning of treatment

Rev. bras. enferm; 73 (6), 2020
ABSTRACT Objective: To analyze the time elapsed between the identification of respiratory symptoms and the beginning of tuberculosis treatment, considering the sputum smear microscopy and the RMT. Method: Descriptive, retrospective epidemiological study, carried out in two Health Units, which were the ...

Behaviors related to Quilombola women's health: a social representations study

Rev. bras. enferm; 73 (supl.4), 2020
ABSTRACT Objective: To Identify Quilombola women's social representations about health care and to characterize practices performed by them. Method: a descriptive, qualitative study, applying the Social Representations Theory, conducted with 30 women from a Quilombola community in the Brazilian Amazon....

Knowledge of primary health care professionals on health policies for the riverside population

Rev. bras. enferm; 73 (5), 2020
ABSTRACT Objectives: to analyze the knowledge of health professionals on the health policies for the riverside population; identify how health practices with this group are developed; and discuss facilitators and barriers for the implementation of these policies. Methods: qualitative and descriptive st...

Spatial analysis on tuberculosis and the network of primary health care

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (5), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: to analyze the spatial distribution of new cases of tuberculosis compared to the location of the Primary Healthcare Units that performed the compulsory notification. Method: ecological study conducted in Belém, Pará, with 5,294 new cases of tuberculosis notified to Sistema de Info...

Avaliação do serviço de coleta para exame colpocitológico pela escala SERVQUAL

Rev. bras. enferm; 72 (1), 2019
ABSTRACT Objective: To analyze women's perception of the quality of the service provided for colposcopy test in the city of Belém (PA), Brazil. Method: Quantitative-descriptive study on 400 women who underwent Pap test on the public healthcare network, using the Service Quality (SERVQUAL) model. We us...