2016
DOI: 10.1590/1518-8345.1092.2673 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Objective: to discuss possibilities of nursing contribution for universal health coverage. Method: a qualitative study, performed by means of document analysis of the World Health Organization publications highlighting Nursing and Midwifery within universal health coverage. Results: documents published by nursing and midwifery leaders point to the need for coordinated and integrated actions in education, leadership and partnership development. Final Considerations: this article represents a call for nurses, in… Show more

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“…This was the expected result of the fragmented silo efforts in improving nursing education and weak inter-professional and interdisciplinary collaboration among education, service, research and nursing institutions as well as lack of awareness of many nurse educators and leaders about contemporary health issues related to national and global health agenda. It is imperative that nursing emphasizes the wider health context, including its social determinants, financing, and sustainable development 7 - 8 , 10 , 23 .…”
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“…This was the expected result of the fragmented silo efforts in improving nursing education and weak inter-professional and interdisciplinary collaboration among education, service, research and nursing institutions as well as lack of awareness of many nurse educators and leaders about contemporary health issues related to national and global health agenda. It is imperative that nursing emphasizes the wider health context, including its social determinants, financing, and sustainable development 7 - 8 , 10 , 23 .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
“…The occurrence of one of these complications is related to the limitation of the number of services, human and material resources available for the care of users of urinary catheterization, which poses risks to care and quality of care, thus delaying the rehabilitation process (5) . Adding study indicators, which showed that doctors and nurses do not bother to routinely investigate the symptoms of urinary tract infection and when investigating do not know the proper conduct to be adopted in the face of the problem (6) .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…In this sense, one of the main challenges for nursing care in rehabilitation is the prevention of complications or secondary disabilities, which must be overcome in order to improve people's functional potential. This acquisition, according to a study report, can be amplified by the teaching of infection prevention and control practices in the training of nurses (5) .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…Diabetes Mellitus type 2 (DM2) is one of the guaranteed pathologies, due to its morbidity and mortality rate, and among others, to the economic expenses associated with complications. In order to respond to the needs of population, it is essential that ( prestaciones en salud garantizadas ) guaranteed health benefits be timely and good quality, that is to say, they must allowed to move from Universal Coverage to Effective Coverage, since universal health coverage is not in itself a guarantee of efficacy and efficiency of care provided 4 , it is better understood as the coverage of health services and protection against financial risks and it is still far from the goal of universal coverage 4 . For this reason, it is necessary to develop researches that design indicators for the evaluation of policy progress of universal health coverage 4 .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
“…In order to respond to the needs of population, it is essential that ( prestaciones en salud garantizadas ) guaranteed health benefits be timely and good quality, that is to say, they must allowed to move from Universal Coverage to Effective Coverage, since universal health coverage is not in itself a guarantee of efficacy and efficiency of care provided 4 , it is better understood as the coverage of health services and protection against financial risks and it is still far from the goal of universal coverage 4 . For this reason, it is necessary to develop researches that design indicators for the evaluation of policy progress of universal health coverage 4 . A good indicator is the Universal Effective Health Coverage 5 , since it guarantees all, in an equal way, the maximum achievable level of health outcomes from a package of high quality services that also avoids financial crises through the reduction of out-of-pocket costs 6 .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning