Research Journal of Pharmacology and Pharmacy


HEALTH EDUCATION IN THE PAULO FREIRE’S CONSTRUCTS: PET-HEATH EXPERIENCE

Research Article of Research Journal of Pharmacology and Pharmacy HEALTH EDUCATION IN THE PAULO FREIRE’S CONSTRUCTS: PET-HEATH EXPERIENCE LÚCIO, F.P.S.1, SILVA, A.L.M.A1, BUARQUE, B.S1, ALMEIDA, I.J.S1, PEREIRA, M.A.S.P1 Federal University of  Pernambuco/ UFPE1 To describe the health education actions based on dialogue and questioning constructs to prevent dengue. Experience report from the perspective of PET- Health preceptorship conducted in the municipality of Garanhuns -PE. We conclude that PET -Health has contributed to the training of future professionals, enabling the inclusion of health policy, from the perspective of education, community, promoting and guaranteeing the right to information in order to link health actions in basic education environments. Keywords: health education; Primary Health Care; Education, Nursing ...

BURNOUT SYNDROME: INFLUENCES ON THE HOSPITAL NURSES WORKING

Research Article of Research Journal of Pharmacology and Pharmacy BURNOUT SYNDROME: INFLUENCES ON THE HOSPITAL NURSES WORKING NEVES, V.S1, OLIVEIRA, J.T.M1, SANTOS, C.M1, FARRE, A.C1. Federal University of Sergipe/UFS. Lagarto-Sergipe, Brasil1. To analyze the stress factors for the development of burnout syndrome in nurses of the hospital area. Integrative review with research on the electronic databases LILACS, BIREME and SCIELO. Through controlled descriptors were selected Brazilian publications focusing on registed nurses working and after application of inclusion and exclusion criterias the final sample were nine cientifical articles. The predominant stressors were: emotional exhaustion, insusficiente remuneration, lack of human resources and excessive working hours. These factors contributed to a low works performance and impared patient care. Keywords: Burnout; stress; Nursing and Professional Burnout ...

NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF SCHOOL CHILDREN FROM THE LOW AMAZON RIVER

Research Article of Research Journal of Pharmacology and Pharmacy NUTRITIONAL STATUS OF SCHOOL CHILDREN FROM THE LOW AMAZON RIVER SANTOS, S.F.S1, DUARTE, M.G1, MINATTO, G2, CARVALHO, A1, PAULO, T.R.S1, FREITAS JÚNIOR, I.F3 Federal University of Amazonas/UFAM. Parintins - AM, Brasil1. Federal University of Santa Catarina/UFSC, Florianópolis–SC, Brasil2. Estadual University Paulista Júlio de Mesquita Filho/UNESP3. To investigate the nutritional status of children (3-19 years) of both sexes of Parintins, AM. This is a cross-sectional epidemiological survey conducted in 2013 in public schools linked to the School Health Program (PSE). The nutritional status of children was assessed by body mass indicators, height and BMI adequate for age, according to the growth curves of the World Health Organization. Descriptive measures and comparison between proportions were adopted, with 5 % significance level. The prevalence of nutritional inadequacy according to indicator of low height for age highlighted the prevalence of stunting, which proportions are different between boys (16.2 %) and girls (83.9 %) in all age groups. Stunting among girls warns for the need for preventive measure to avoid malnutrition and growth deficits. Keywords: anthropometry, body growth, child health, adolescent health, Height-age ...

Athropometric Standards of Children Assisted by Ngo, According to the Growth Curves of WHO

Article of Research Journal of Pharmacology and Pharmacy Athropometric Standards of Children Assisted by Ngo, According to the Growth Curves of WHO CAVALCANTE, N.R.S1; NEVES, L.N.S1; FREIRE, A.G.1; SILVA, K.S1; RAMOS, R.C.F3; SILVA, E.V1; ANJOS, F.B.R1. Federal University of Pernambuco/UFPE1, Federal University of Pernambuco/UFPE2. Based on the socioeconomic conditions are, in most cases, factors crucial to the growth and development of children and adolescents, this study aims to analyze the demographics of children served by PROCRIU NGO, located in the City Recife Pernambuco. The height of children was checked with fixed metal anthropometer to the wall, according to the WHO criteria, the Frankfurt plane; while the weight was obtained by positioning the center of the scale, with little clothing as possible; the data (height, weight and BMI) were recorded and later applied to the WHO curves. The percentage of children between z-scores (+3) and (+2) was 11.3 %, indicating that there is an obesity, according to their age, height and wheight10. The children overweight (z-score corresponded to 18 % of the studied Among these children, 61 % are eutrophic, rating given by z-scores: > (- 2) and <(+1) have children with unsatisfactory weight account for 9 % of the total, with 4.5 % classified as thin and markedly thin as 4.5 % Keywords: anthropometry, WHO, malnutrition, undernourishment ...

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