Resultados: 23

Confirmatory factorial analysis of the Maslach Burnout Inventory - Human Services Survey in health professionals in emergency services

Objective: to confirm the factorial validity of the Maslach Burnout Inventory - Human Services Survey version in a sample of health professionals from the emergency services. Method: a quantitative, exploratory, descriptive and analytical study. Two hundred and eighty-two health professionals participat...

Nasogastric/nasoenteric tube-related adverse events: an integrative review

Objective: to analyze in the scientific literature the evidence on nasogastric/nasoenteric tube related adverse events in adult patients. Method: integrative literature review through the search of publications in journals indexed in PubMed/MEDLINE, CINAHL, LILACS, EMBASE and Scopus, and hand searching,...

Nursing now and always: evidence for the implementation of the Nursing Now campaign

Objective: to identify the guiding axes of the documents that grounded the Nursing Now campaign and relate the recommendations of these documents to the campaign goals. Method: documentary research, based on the analysis of the documents that promoted the Nursing Now campaign. The data were collected be...

Psychosocial factors and Burnout Syndrome among mental health professionals

Objective: to identify biopsychosocial factors at work associated with the Burnout Syndrome in mental health professionals. Method: a cross-sectional study with a quantitative approach conducted with a sample of 293 mental health service workers from the public network of a municipality in the inland of...

The meaning of the social support network for women in situations of violence and breastfeeding

Objective: to understand the meanings attributed to the social support network of women breastfeeding and in situations of violence by an intimate partner. Method: a qualitative study, carried out with 21 women, through semi-structured interviews and data analyzed by the Method of Interpretation of the ...

Acceptance and use of the Information System of the National Immunization Program*

Objective: to analyze the acceptance and use of the Information System of the National Immunization Program in primary health care vaccination rooms. Method: a unique case study of a qualitative approach in the light of the Unified Theory of Acceptance and Use of Technology. Data collection included an ...

Post-vaccination anti-HBs testing among healthcare workers: More economical than post-exposure management for Hepatitis B

Objective: to compare the direct cost, from the perspective of the Unified Health System, of assessing the post-vaccination serological status with post-exposure management for hepatitis B among health care workers exposed to biological material. Method: cross-sectional study and cost-related, based on ...

Effects of interprofessional education on teamwork and on knowledge chronic conditions management

Objective: Evaluate the effect of interprofessional education on the climate of Primary Health Care teams and on the acquisition of knowledge about management of chronic non-communicable diseases. Method: Quasi-experimental study of interprofessional education intervention. Seventeen Primary Health Care...

Tips for permanent education in mental health in primary care guided by the Institutional Socio-clinic

Objective: to analyze a process of Permanent Education in Health about mental health with Family Health teams. Method: research-intervention performed with 20 workers from two teams of the Family Health Strategies. Semi-structured interviews and 12 reflection meetings were carried out with each team. Th...

Analysis of professional implication as a tool of permanent education in health

Objective: analyze professional implication with the support of humanization and articulators of permanent education in health as a tool of Permanent Education in Health. Method: this is an interventional study of qualitative approach, based on the theoretical reference of Institutional Analysis. Thirty...