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  • The Importance of Health Education in Coping With Violence Against Women, Through the Program of Health at School: a Case Report

    The Importance of Health Education in Coping With Violence Against Women, Through the Program of Health at School: a Case Report SILVA, S.C.S.P1; FLORÊNCIO, T.M.B1; ARAÚJO, W.M1; GOMES, B.M.R2 Nursing Academic of University of Pernambuco (UPE)1, Dr.Professor of Universidade of Pernambuco (UPE)2 In the world, 35 % of women suffer physical violence and/or sexual.The most effective way of reducing this type of aggression is through education, since the school is a space that contributes to the construction of personal values,…

  • A Differential Look for the Family of a USF Through Nursing Care

    A Differential Look for the Family of a USF Through Nursing Care LOIOLA, A.M.A1, SANTOS, C.S1, PEREIRA, J.F.M1, LOPES, K.A.M1, ALMEIDA, N.M1, ARAÚJO, W.A1 University of Pernambuco1. Inadequate structuring of the network is one of the factors that have inevitably contributed to the overload of Emergency and Emergency services available to the host of the population1. Research work carried out in 2010 on the contracting of the Cardiac Emergency Hospital of Pernambuco (PROCAPE) found that the hospital’s mission was clearly…

  • Sexuality in Adolescence: the Family Role and Nursing

     Sexuality in Adolescence: the Family Role and Nursing GOMES, B.M.R1; ARAUJO, M.R.A1, SOUZA, M.F1, VASCONCELOS, M.P.S1, TAVARES, M.S1, GONÇALVES, M.K.S1. University of Pernambuco1 Adolescence is regarded as one of the stages of human development, and this is marked by numerous changes, especially with regard to sexuality. The lack of flexibility of dialogue with parents, the teenager looking for other sources of information about sexual initiation, contributing in this way to practice sex in an unsafe manner. Nurses, especially that which…

  • Health Education: Child Development Stimulation by the Caregiver in the Hospital Environment

    Health Education: Child Development Stimulation by the Caregiver in the Hospital Environment SANTOS, A.C.C.S1; OLIVEIRA, M.P.C.A1; OLIVEIRA LEMOS, S.O1; FERREIRA, A.P.A1; RABELO, A.R.M1. Federal University of Pernambuco. Satisfactory growth and development in the early years of life establish a critical base for child health. But, the illness may predispose the child to vulnerabilities, requiring hospitalization to re-establish health. This process promotes a dichotomy: on the one hand to benefit child health, structuring and stimulating environment; on the other side predisposes…

  • Of Obstetric Assisted Women in Primary Care in a Municipality of Agreste Alagoano

    Of Obstetric Assisted Women in Primary Care in a Municipality of Agreste Alagoano SILVA, A.F1; SANTOS, B.B1; NASCIMENTO, C.A1; SILVA, D.M1; TIAGO FERREIRA DANTAS, T.F1; KAROL FIREMAN DE FARIAS, K.F1. Federal University of Alagoas (UFAL)1. Pregnancy is period of biological somatic psychological and social experience by women. It’s a time of restructuring, new experiences and discoveries that bring impacts on the lives of pregnants. Brazil has demonstrated reduction in maternal mortality since 1990 and this can be attributed to improvement…

  • Itinerary of Traffic Accidents Victims Assisted in Olinda/pe Public Healthcare Units

    Itinerary of Traffic Accidents Victims Assisted in Olinda/pe Public Healthcare Units ARAÚJO, W.M1; FURTADO, B.M.A.S.M1; MAIA, F.E1; ANNES, LM.B1. Nossa Senhora das Graças Nursery School, University of Pernambuco. This study will try to trace the route of the victims of traffic accidents occurred in the city of Olinda. Traffic accidents are complex events that involve human error, vehicles, in addition to environmental factors.1 In Brazil, accident rates increase in traffic only occurred since the popularization of the use of automóvel.2…

  • Do-in as a Relaxation Technique for High Risk Pregnant Women in a Hospitalization Unit: an Experience Report

    Do-in as a Relaxation Technique for High Risk Pregnant Women in a Hospitalization Unit: an Experience Report FLORÊNCIO, T.M.B1; SILVA, S.C.S.P1; ARAÚJO, W.M; NASCIMENTO, A.X2. Nursery Students, Federal University of Pernambuco1. Nurse, Master in Herbiatry, Specialist in Acupuncture, Professor in Federal University of Pernambuco2. Man experiences in history the evolution of science and the creation of new theories. Einstein and quantum physics adopts an interpretation of energy fields that interact, leaving behind the body’s vision as a machine.1 Gerber in…

  • Ethical and Legal Aspects of Nursing Assistance in Adoption

    Ethical and Legal Aspects of Nursing Assistance in Adoption BOTELHO, R.S1; PEREIRA NETA, M.J2; GONÇALVES, M.K.S1; SANTOS, N.I.M1; ALMEIDA, N.M1; PEREIRA, R.C.M1 Nursing Student, Federal University of Pernambuco/UFPE1; Nursery Professor and Counselor2. History clearly shows that adoption is not a postmodern practice and process within that family health professionals are fully interconnected, as should assist in all spheres of Caution1. The adoption process has gone through several changes and enhancements to reach the creation of the child’s status and adolescents…

  • The Perception of Nursing Students of Palliative Care: a Review

    The Perception of Nursing Students of Palliative Care: a Review STRATMANN, P.F1; FLORENCIO, T.M.B1; PIMENTEL; A.B.B1; SANTOS, N.I.M1. Federal University of Pernambuco1 Palliative care is the care provided to the healthcare professional to the patient, providing quality of life in its final stages. The nurse is closely linked to the process of death and surveys showed that students feel unprepared for the thematic and teachers, in turn, anguished front of them. The objective was to identify national and international scientific…

  • Health Education to Caregivers in Pediatric Ward

    Health Education to Caregivers in Pediatric Ward SANTOS, A.C.C.S1; OLIVEIRA, M.P.C.A1; FERREIRA, A.P.A1; RABELO, A.R.M1; CAVALCANTI, A.M.T.S1 Federal University of Pernambuco1 The hospitalization of the child process can overload the caregiver, leading him to develop feelings of helplessness, exhaustion, anxiety and irritability. In this sense, the caregiver can introduce an imbalance in occupational performance during the hospital routine, being the most overlooked area self-care, as caregivers tend to diminish the care for themselves, in an attempt to better assist the…