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SANTANA, Fabiana Ribeiro et al. Care completeness: conceptions and practice of nursing graduation professors in Goiás State. Ciênc. saúde coletiva [online]. 2010, vol.15, suppl.1, pp.1653-1664. ISSN 1413-8123.

Care completeness has been defined as a leading axle of the changing process into the nurse formation. In this context, a descriptive-exploratory study was performed aiming to analyze the conceptions of completeness care present in the professors speech and the used strategies to the apprehension of care completeness by students. The research involved three institutions of higher education (HE). The data were collected through interviews with professors and documental analysis of teaching plans. The material was submitted to content analysis according to Bardin1. Three conceptions emerged: Care completeness - from singular to global; Care completeness - the ways to SUS; Care completeness - strategies to teaching. The study showed the reasons of taking care of human being in his social reality, with specificities and subjectivities; the idea of care and social net into the care practice; strategies to teaching how to care incorporating the learn how to learn, to do, to be and to live together. We want that the results contribute for the reflection of the professors on the directions of the completeness of the care, as well as to reorient the formation process, giving potency to the human resources and to the strategies that have already been used in the direction of the construction of completeness.

Keywords : Care completeness; Nursing graduation; Strategies to teaching.

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