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Subjectivity in family care for the child with a stoma from the construction of his autonomy

A subjetividade no cuidado familiar à criança ostomizada a partir da construção de sua autonomia
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Menezes, Harlon França de; Góes, Fernanda Garcia Bezerra; Maia, Simone Maria de Araujo; Souza, Ana Luísa Silva

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Abstract Objective: To unveil the subjectivity present in family care for the child with a stoma, from the understanding of the construction of his autonomy. Method: A descriptive and exploratory study using a script of interviews with qualitative analysis with 07 mothers of children with a stoma. The place was a university pediatric hospital located in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. The data collection took place from September to November 2011. Results: The interpretation of the speech was made through the Thematic Analysis. After categorization of the speeches, emerged the following category, the subjectivity of families in child care with a stoma. Conclusion: The experience of families facing a new reality imposed by the treatment makes reflections of sensations, which we consider as subjectivity. The maternal senses in relation to care and child development are based on subjectivity, in which are involved cultural nuances inherent in every being, becoming important the alliance of knowledge between professional and client.
Keywords child; nursing; family; child care; welfare care; mother; social factors; cultural factors; Brazil
Classification Medicine, Social Medicine
Free Keywords pediatric nursing; personal autonomy; child health
Document language Portugese
Publication Year 2013
Page/Pages p. 3731-3739
Journal Revista de Pesquisa: Cuidado é Fundamental Online, 5 (2013) 2
DOI http://dx.doi.org/10.9789/2175-5361.2013v5n2p3731
ISSN 2175-5361
Status Published Version; reviewed
Licence Free Digital Peer Publishing Licence