Multiprofessional Integration In Monitoring Patients With Mental Disorders: A Literature Review


Multiprofessional Integration In Monitoring Patients With Mental Disorders: A Literature Review


Fernanda Romão Aquino de Sousa

UFC


Objective: The objective of the study was to review the literature on how multiprofessional integration can positively impact the quality of life of patients with mental disorders, increasing treatment compliance and ensuring the necessary care for the patient.

Methods: A search was made in the Pubmede Scielo databases, using the descriptors found in the DECS, using as descriptors ¨ Community Mental Health¨, ¨Services Patient Care Team¨, health mental¨, ¨ community health services mental¨, a total of 242 were selected, of which 49.

Results: Considering that the field of mental health, aggregates a set of complex and particular issues of each being, a multidisciplinary treatment is essential to integrate all therapeutic possibilities. In this bias, it is perceived that the fight for hegemony over the ways of caring, how to deal optimally with the experience of illness is guided by an intentionality of reorganization of knowledge about the health/disease dichotomy, which is reflected in the models proposed for the implementation of actions and services aiming at the promotion, prevention, care and rehabilitation of human health.

Conclusion: In view of the study carried out, the need for expanding researches and the daily approach of the teams working in the multi, inter and transdisciplinary perspectives are fundamental tools for the treatment effectiveness, as well as the political action and necessary investments in the mental health area in order to guarantee better assistance to patients suffering from mental disorders.


Keywords: Community Mental Health. Services Patient Care Team. Mental Health. Community Mental Health Services.    

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Fernanda Romão Aquino de Sousa.Multiprofessional Integration In Monitoring Patients With Mental Disorders: A Literature Review. American Journal of Psychiatric Research and Reviews, 2021; 4:33. DOI: 10.28933/ajprr-2021-07-1505


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