2013
DOI: 10.1590/s0104-59702013000100011 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Trata o surgimento da medicina tradicional indígena como objeto de discurso no campo das políticas públicas de saúde indígena. Os sentidos que nesse campo informam a noção de medicina tradicional indígena são diversos e constantemente revisados e/ou criados em situações dialógicas concretas, o que lhes confere caráter emergente. Se os discursos oficiais usam o poder de nomear para conceituar as medicinas tradicionais, as falas indígenas remetem a saberes e a práticas de autoatenção inscritos em contextos locai… Show more

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“…Centrality is at the heart of knowledge of the health professional, whose values are common to the system of meanings that permeate the political, social and cultural scenario of care, which is the Unified Health System (Sistema Único de Saúde-SUS). In turn, this system's operationalization is predominantly based on the biomedical model of health care 8,18 . Ethnocentric practices in health can be avoided through relativization, which is aligned with decentralized health approaches to disease that appreciate the diversity of values and types of health care.…”
Section: Ethnocentrismmentioning
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“…Centrality is at the heart of knowledge of the health professional, whose values are common to the system of meanings that permeate the political, social and cultural scenario of care, which is the Unified Health System (Sistema Único de Saúde-SUS). In turn, this system's operationalization is predominantly based on the biomedical model of health care 8,18 . Ethnocentric practices in health can be avoided through relativization, which is aligned with decentralized health approaches to disease that appreciate the diversity of values and types of health care.…”
Section: Ethnocentrismmentioning
“…This fact was favorable to local farmers, whose possessions were expanded with the invasion of indigenous lands 24 , whose real owners, with justification such as that of mestizos, were forgotten. Western nations, with the motto of colonization and development, historically subordinated indigenous people and still do it through asymmetrical power relations 8 . Statements of professionals reveal signs of ethnocentrism, represented by the denial of indigenous cultures.…”
Section: You Have To Think That He/she [Indigenous] Is a Human Being mentioning
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