2015
DOI: 10.1590/1807-57622015.0264 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: Caro Silvio, Cerca de três anos após participar de uma intervenção no Hospital Vera Cruz, localizado em Sorocaba (São Paulo), escrevo-lhe estas narrativas. Quando da intervenção, essa região do estado de São Paulo era considerada o maior polo manicomial do país, contando com sete hospitais e cerca de dois mil e setecentos leitos.Estive por três dias inteiros no interior do Vera Cruz participando de um Censo Psicossocial dos internados. Se não tenho o talento de Cláudio Edinger 1 para transformar a realidade em… Show more

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“…In the 1980s, the history of Brazilian mental health was marked by serious denunciations of mistreatment, lack of hygiene and care for patients with mental disorders who lived in psychiatric hospitals, mainly in the region of Sorocaba (São Paulo), Rio de Janeiro (Rio de Janeiro), and Barbacena (Minas Gerais) (Vidal et al, 2008;Emerich and Yasui, 2016). Social and political mobilizations that advocated for psychiatric reform and the approval of Federal law no.…”
Section: Mental Health In the Region Of Sorocabamentioning
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“…In the 1980s, the history of Brazilian mental health was marked by serious denunciations of mistreatment, lack of hygiene and care for patients with mental disorders who lived in psychiatric hospitals, mainly in the region of Sorocaba (São Paulo), Rio de Janeiro (Rio de Janeiro), and Barbacena (Minas Gerais) (Vidal et al, 2008;Emerich and Yasui, 2016). Social and political mobilizations that advocated for psychiatric reform and the approval of Federal law no.…”
Section: Mental Health In the Region Of Sorocabamentioning
“…Most of these deaths were due to an unknown cause, and they were especially common during the colder months of the year; the age of the youngest patient who died under these circumstances was approximately 53 years (Garcia, 2012;Cayres, 2015). In addition, there was a high number of resident patients who did not have the requisite civil documentation, and the number of mental health professionals was less than half of the number that was specified by the federal legislation (Garcia, 2012;Emerich and Yasui, 2016).…”
Section: Mental Health In the Region Of Sorocabamentioning
“…O modelo hospitalocêntrico, presente no Brasil a partir do século XIX, fundamentava a forma de cuidar em psiquiatria. Tinha como foco a institucionalização, uma ideologia pautada no paradigma biomédico, proposta que não contemplava novas construções coletivas dos seus saberes e práticas [1].…”
Section: Introductionunclassified
“…A estrutura manicomial das instituições funcionava como ferramenta mantenedora dos processos de exclusão e como reforço à estigmatização. Além disso, a institucionalização desse paciente conduzia à exclusão social devido a longos períodos de internações, nas quais os profissionais de enfermagem eram vistos como executores de ordens médicas, aplicando castigos, tratamentos dolorosos e punições como medidas disciplinares [1].…”
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