Research article of International Journal of Communications and Networks
To establish protocols of multiprofessional team for oncology service in the Hospital das Clínicas of Pernambuco
Ramos, M.F.L¹; Almeida, G.G²; Lisboa, M.F.A³; Oliveira, P.S.B4; Brito, J.S5; Macêdo, E.F.T6
¹Psicológa do Hospital das Clínicas da Universidade Federal de Pernambuco; ²Médico do HC/UFPE, 3,4Enfermeira do HC/UFPE, 5Terapeuta Ocupacional do HC/UFPE, 6Assistente Social do HC da UFPE
Introduction: Multiprofessional team is the joining of efforts and interests of professionals who recognize the interdependence with other components in a cooperative work, to achieve synchronized and coordinated activity. Objectives: To establish protocols for patient care through discussion and construction of a plan of care for each patient admitted to the ward of the Oncology Service of the Hospital das Clínicas of Pernambuco (HC-PE); Promote security for the professional performance and integration between them; Stimulate the updating and constant training of the Multiprofessional Team. Methodology: Within 72 hours of hospitalization, we constructed the care guidelines for patients, in addition to preparing them for care after hospital discharge. The components of this team are social worker, doctor, nurse, speech therapist, nutritionist, psychologist, occupational therapist and pharmacist. Meetings are held on Tuesdays, Thursdays and Fridays at 10:30 am in the ward on the eleventh floor of the HC-PE. The instruments of work are forms where we record the goals of care for the current hospitalization of each patient, planning after the discharge and another where the meetings with relatives and the respective referrals are registered. Communication and dissemination takes place through an email group and drive for document sharing. Every week, each member of staff presents aspects of their area of expertise. Results and Discussion: The formation of the group started on 09/08/17 and in each meeting we divided the time in referrals and discussion of a case with registration of the therapeutic plan. The future perspective will be to present the work of the multidisciplinary group to all employees of the HC-PE Oncology Service and later to every hospital. Conclusion: The performance of this group in the oncology ward has ensured an integral care for the patients and unifying the working language of all the team, besides bringing more safety to the patient and his family.
Keywords: Equipe Multiprofissional; Integralidade em saúde; Segurança do paciente
How to cite this article:
Ramos, M.F.L; Almeida, G.G; Lisboa, M.F.A; Oliveira, P.S.B; Brito, J.S; Macêdo, E.F.T. To establish protocols of multiprofessional team for oncology service in the Hospital das Clínicas of Pernambuco. International Journal of Communications and Networks, 2018, 1:4. DOI: 10.28933/ijcn-2018-05-2804
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