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The domiciliary visit as a practice of reception in the medical program of family/ Niterói

A visita domiciliar como prática de acolhimento no programa médico de família/ niterói
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Santos, Sheila de Almeida Souza; Souza, Ândrea Cardoso de; Abrahão, Ana Lúcia; Marques, Dalvani

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Abstract Objectives: to describe as the integrant ones of a team of family doctor they carry through the practical one of the shelter during the domiciliary visit and e to identify the potentialities of the Domiciliary Visit as a device for the shelter. Method: a exploratory research with qualitative boarding was carried through, having been adopted as research techniques: documentary survey, participant comment and semi-structured interview with actors of the teams of the Medical Program of Family of Niterói of the following modules: Cafubá II, Engenho do Mato I, Palácio e Viradouro. Results: the data had been analyzed through the content analysis, of which the following categories had emerged: the potentiality of the domiciliary visit as a shelter device; planning of the domiciliary visit in the medical program of family; domiciliary visit as instrument of resignificar the practical one of the professionals. Conclusion: The Domiciliary Visit made possible the construction of bonds between users, familiar and professional, fact this that potencializou the Domiciliary Visit as a device for the shelter in health.
Keywords family physician; need for care; health care; nursing; family; health policy; Brazil
Classification Medical Sociology
Free Keywords Primary Health Care; Family Health; User embracement.
Document language Portugese
Publication Year 2013
Page/Pages p. 3698-3705
Journal Revista de Pesquisa: Cuidado é Fundamental Online, 5 (2013) 2
DOI 10.9789/2175-5361.2013v5n2p3698
ISSN 2175-5361
Status Published Version; reviewed
Licence Free Digital Peer Publishing Licence