Esta pesquisa objetivou mapear as principais evidências de pesquisas brasileiras de abordagem qualitativa, de modo a trazer as principais percepções e demandas trazidas por quem está no centro do processo produtivo: os trabalhadores. Trata-se de uma Revisão de Escopo realizada nas bases de dados, LILACS, SciElo e Biblioteca Virtual em Saúde (BVS). Dos 156 estudos encontrados, 10 compuseram esta revisão, trazendo como resultados para discussão desta pesquisa: os sentidos do trabalho e a autonomia do trabalhador, as relações interpessoais no trabalho, a questão de gênero no trabalho, território e acesso aos serviços de saúde e as condições de trabalho para promoção da saúde. Ao dialogar com as atuais políticas de promoção da saúde e saúde do trabalhador foi possível evidenciar lacunas importantes para construção de um instrumento legal que unifique, ou proponha abranger tais aspectos não contemplados, que foram discutidos nesta revisão.
Reward could damage health with stress repercussions. A high level of organisational justice has been linked to better mental health (Elovainio, et al., 2002). Results agree with Rodriguez-Martinez (2011) and Rodriguez-Bracho (2013), regarding exposure to emotional demands, predictability and leadership quality. Avendaño, et al (2009) found that relationships quality with superiors are important to face daily stressors. This also may indicate that company' leaders lack of teams' surveillance, with insufficient information to carry out the work expressed by Predictability. However, Colleagues/Superiors Social support, Clarity/Conflict roles and group feeling, were in favourable conditions. Factors as work compensation, social capital, emotional demands, leadership and predictability, were with greater consequences in mental health and employers must use important resources to manage daily stressors.
BACKGROUND: Health promotion is an important strategy for companies as it helps identify risks at work and the health needs of workers. Nursing, as a profession committed to promoting decent work, plays an important role in this strategy. OBJECTIVE: This manuscript aims to discuss the experience of the Nursing Service in the construction of knowledge about work, to support actions in favor of health promotion. METHODS: This is a discussion article in the field of occupational health conducted at a Research Center in the nuclear area. RESULTS: Based on actions centered on guidelines on lifestyles and scheduling visits to the workplace, with the Internal Public Health Commission, limitations were identified that allowed us to discuss and understand the role of nurses as occupational health professionals. CONCLUSION: Knowing the work and understanding it in its specificities and limitations of the production process has allowed to expand the possibilities of action with workers to transform working conditions and promote health.
Em virtude do modelo historicamente androcêntrico e sexista, as mulheres não avançam na carreira científica na mesma proporção que os homens. Dessa forma, objetivou-se neste estudo explorar a condição da mulher e da mulher negra na ciência brasileira, obstáculos e superações. Palavras-chave: Ciência. Gênero-Classe-Raça. Raça-Cor. Mulheres Negras.
BackgroundIt is known that the investment in promoting health, both at the individual level and at the organizational level can bring benefits to all individuals included in this process. This Scoping Review compares the main results addressed in Brazilian qualitative researches and in other countries that addressed the topic of workers’ health promotion.Methods Thirty-three articles were selected for analysis from the SciELO, BVS - BDENF/Index, PubMed, and LILACS databases. Scientific articles that used a qualitative or quantitative-qualitative approach in Portuguese, English or Spanish, during the period from 2009 to the present moment of our Review (October 2019) were included. This Scoping Review was guided by Arksey and O’Malley’s framework.Results The literature review allowed the discussion on the following related topics: worker’s social participation in health decisions, perceptions/meanings about health promotion, working conditions and worker’s suffering, working conditions and the risk of illness, worker’s awareness, and changes in lifestyles, employers’ stereotypes about their workers and health promotion, the use of technology in health promotion interventions, the importance of communication in promoting workers’ health and social support at work for carrying out health promotion actions.ConclusionThis study showed differences in the research analyzed and provided the mapping of the main results that may support future research and changes in worker’s health policies in general. While in Brazil, studies are still focused on workers’ perceptions about health promotion and the assessment of working conditions risks to their health, in other countries, most qualitative research has been used to assess workers’ perceptions after a given workplace health promotion intervention.
O trabalho objetivou discutir os desafios e potencialidade do Programa Saúde na Escola (PSE) diante da prática da sexualidade de compartilhar imagens íntimas e da exposição não autorizada da intimidade de meninas. O debate teve como base pesquisa sobre as experiências de violências e cuidados de meninas e mulheres que tiveram imagens íntimas divulgadas sem autorização, realizada por meio de 27 entrevistas em profundidade com mulheres expostas e profissionais da saúde e assistência que atenderam mulheres nessa situação. Observou-se que tais práticas da sexualidade e de violência trazem novas demandas às escolas, com as quais o PSE pode potencialmente contribuir.
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