2016
DOI: 10.1590/1981-7746-sip00097
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Interdisciplinaridade E Formação Na Área De Saúde Coletiva

Abstract: Resumo O artigo apresenta os resultados da pesquisa que objetivou discutir a potencialidade da práxis e conceitos de saúde pública/coletiva envolvendo profissionais e saberes na construção do conhecimento em saúde no ambiente escolar. O estudo foi desenvolvido durante o ano letivo de 2012 em uma escola pública, na cidade do Rio de Janeiro, com a participação de professores, alunos de ensino médio e estagiários de licenciatura. A metodologia utilizada de pesquisa-ação supõe uma ação coletiva orientada em função… Show more

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“…With respect to interdisciplinarity, it has been a continuous and growing process in the health sector, in an attempt to overcome the fragmentation of human knowledge, in a search for a global view of the complex dimension of the health-disease process. 3 In the last three decades, healthcare practitioners have abandoned the strictly biological view of health, 4 acknowledging the complexity of knowledge and practices present in an healthcare model, 5 which corroborates the thought that reinforcement of these practitioners' actions is a challenge in the process to consolidate the holistic care. For this, we consider it is necessary, beginning in the universities, that the healthcare students have access to theories addressing care as an interdisciplinary topic.…”
Section: /11mentioning
confidence: 74%
“…With respect to interdisciplinarity, it has been a continuous and growing process in the health sector, in an attempt to overcome the fragmentation of human knowledge, in a search for a global view of the complex dimension of the health-disease process. 3 In the last three decades, healthcare practitioners have abandoned the strictly biological view of health, 4 acknowledging the complexity of knowledge and practices present in an healthcare model, 5 which corroborates the thought that reinforcement of these practitioners' actions is a challenge in the process to consolidate the holistic care. For this, we consider it is necessary, beginning in the universities, that the healthcare students have access to theories addressing care as an interdisciplinary topic.…”
Section: /11mentioning
confidence: 74%
“…Thus, we highlight the difference between the development of multidisciplinary work and the scope of interdisciplinary care. The first concerns an association of different knowledge, while the second goes beyond this interdependence and happens through interaction and dialogue among the different disciplines (32) .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In addition, the context of successive crises at the epistemological level in public health practices and in the training of health workers made it urgent to overcome hegemonic biologicism and functionalism (1) and a greater openness to interdisciplinarity to deal with the complexity of the subjects in their illness processes (2) . Concomitant to the emergence of Public Health and opposing the biomedical model, the Unified Health System (SUS) is constructed and legitimated in the 1988 constitution, which concretizes the debate on the importance of care practices and management In health guided by the principles of universality, integrality and equity (3) .…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Considering all that was said and assuming the importance of the intersection between Nursing and Public Health for the production of care in the SUS, this research aimed to analyze the perceptions of a group Bachelor of Nursing students about the contributions of Public Health to nursing practice In the Unified Health System. In this work, the theoretical framework delimits on Public Health (1)(2)7) , in its complexity and interdisciplinarity, as an area of knowledge linked to professional and political practice, committed to the public and contrary to the monopoly of biomedical discourse.…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%