2018
DOI: 10.1590/1413-81232018236.07082018
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Abstract: T This article presents a historical and epistemological study of the construction of public policies about mental health and psychosocial care in Brazil´s Unified Health System, the SUS. To that end, it proposes an approach that identifies actions and strategies related to social participation in the construction of policies, one of the founding principles of SUS, seeking to delineate its importance in the specific trajectory of the psychiatric reform process. Subsequently, it highlights the originality and i… Show more

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“…Besides the underfunding of psychosocial care services is the publication of resolutions 15 , such as 32/2017, which propose guidelines for RAPS, but guidelines that clash with the Psychiatric Reform and Law 10.216/2001 by reinforcing the maintenance and expansion of psychiatric beds 16 . These readjustments maintain the hospital-centered model guided by medicalization, sensitive only to the lenses of those who work daily in a mental health service that does not receive the necessary funds for activities in pursuit of the autonomy of people with mental disorders 14 .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Besides the underfunding of psychosocial care services is the publication of resolutions 15 , such as 32/2017, which propose guidelines for RAPS, but guidelines that clash with the Psychiatric Reform and Law 10.216/2001 by reinforcing the maintenance and expansion of psychiatric beds 16 . These readjustments maintain the hospital-centered model guided by medicalization, sensitive only to the lenses of those who work daily in a mental health service that does not receive the necessary funds for activities in pursuit of the autonomy of people with mental disorders 14 .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The number of Residential Therapeutic Services grew by 200% over three years, rising from 289 licensed units 18 in 2014 to 578 in 2017 23 . Added to this are new therapeutic practices, psychosocial technology, social participation strategies, rehabilitation and social inclusion, all of which have had concrete impacts on the lives of a significant number of people who experience psychic suffering, as attested by a substantial number of studies [24][25][26][27] .…”
Section: Brazilian Psychiatric Reform: Progress Stagnation and Retreatmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…It is the performance of trained professionals who can welcome and assist this pregnant woman, which is of fundamental importance for the definition of care lines, and many international studies address the neonatal outcomes, the appropriate management and the various specificities of this population. 2, It is revealed that, currently, this population remains in the Unified Health System in two lines of attention: obstetric and mental health, however, even after reformulation of obstetric care from the implementation of the Stork Network and restructuring of health mental and, after years of struggle for the Psychiatric Reform and social insertion of patients with mental disorders, [39][40][41][42][43] it is observed that there is no point of discursive intersection that problematizes and sustains the humanized and specialized care for those with major mental disorders during their gestational and puerperal period.…”
Section:  Approached Disordersmentioning
confidence: 99%