Research article of Global Journal of Anesthesia and Clinical Research
HEALTH OF THE WORK OF THE COMMUNITY HEALTH AND ENDEMY AGENT OF THE MESSIA ALAGOAS
Ariana da Silva Santos¹*, Simone Farias dos Santos², Ana Patrícia da Silva Santos³, Katia Januário da Silva4, Ana Quitéria da Silva5, Eliane Buarque de Melo Ferreira6.
123456 Núcleo de Apoio à Saúde da Família Secretaria Municipal de Saúde de Messias Alagoas
Introduction The project of valorization of the workers of the Municipal Health Secretariat of the city of Messias brings as priority the worker health of the community health agent and of endemics. The project was created according to the reports of the professional daily target audience during conversation rounds, which shared the need for a broader attention to the working and health conditions of the category. Thus, strategies were created aiming at actions involving the continuous care line, including health education, promotion and prevention. The actions are carried out with a multiprofessional Primary Care team, Family Health Support Center and specialized service actions involving integral, individual and collective care. Objectives To promote and prevent health education, seeking to improve physical, psychological and social aspects and strengthen the professional bond.
Methodology The project is a descriptive study with a cross-sectional quali-quantitative approach. An individual assessment was performed based on the WHOQOL-bref questionnaire with some adaptations by the Family Health Support Center team. This questionnaire will be reapplied and analyzed every four months for reevaluation with the multiprofessional team to continue the care of each member of the group. The meetings are held monthly and according to the need of the community.
Results Improve interaction, cooperation, rapprochement and flexibility in the category of Community Health and Endemic Agents and with other professionals, thus awakening to health care.
Conclusion As a permanent project, continuous and having started this year, it has been possible to observe several reports and shared evaluations since the last monthly meeting where there was an improvement in the team relationship and acceptance of self-care. In contact with other professional categories of primary care, it can be seen in daily living, the enthusiasm of community health agents to participate in the project.
Keywords: occupational health, prevention, self-care.
How to cite this article:
Ariana da Silva Santos, Simone Farias dos Santos, Ana Patrícia da Silva Santos, Katia Januário da Silva, Ana Quitéria da Silva, Eliane Buarque de Melo Ferreira. HEALTH OF THE WORK OF THE COMMUNITY HEALTH AND ENDEMY AGENT OF THE MESSIA ALAGOAS. Global Journal of Anesthesia and Clinical Research, 2020, 3:6. DOI: 10.28933/gjacr-2020-01-2005
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