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Revista da Escola de Enfermagem da USP

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FORTUNA, Cinira Magali et al. Cartographic notes on the work in the Family Health Strategy: relationships between workers and the population. Rev. esc. enferm. USP [online]. 2012, vol.46, n.3, pp.657-664. ISSN 0080-6234.

The objective of this intervention study was to map instituted and instituting movements present in the work of the Family Health Strategy in the development of their care practices. The theoretical framework is based on institutional analysis, using the schizoanalytic approach. Group meetings were carried out with the staff to discuss how they provided collective care in continuing health education. The study subjects were professionals from the team and students who were engaged in academic activity in the service. The average attendance was twelve people per meeting, and there were a total of eight meetings from March to July 2010. Data were grouped into two immanent strata: the relationships of the team and the relationship with clients. The strata point to the intersection of education and legal institutions and the social and technical division of labor. Collective thinking in groups appeared to be effective in denaturalizing established processes and interrogating places, knowledge and practices.

Keywords : Family health; Group processes; Primary Health Care; Health education; Patient care team.

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