2015
DOI: 10.5935/1414-8145.20150035
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Prenatal care and culture: an interface in nursing practice

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“…Ethnonursing (17)(18)(25)(26)(27)(28)(36)(37)(38)(42)(43) , Componential ethnographic analysis (15,(32)(33) , Content analysis (16,21,(30)(31)(40)(41)44) , Framework habitus, capital and the field (20) , modeling of the ethnographic decision tree (29) , analytical method in institutional ethnography (34)(35) , narrative analysis (22)(23) , grounded theory (30) , convergent-care analysis (39) , conceptual models of Critical Success Factors and Critical Success Factors and the Model for the Evaluation of Rural Sustainability (24) and document analysis (15,21) Ethical aspects and methodological rigor…”
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“…Ethnonursing (17)(18)(25)(26)(27)(28)(36)(37)(38)(42)(43) , Componential ethnographic analysis (15,(32)(33) , Content analysis (16,21,(30)(31)(40)(41)44) , Framework habitus, capital and the field (20) , modeling of the ethnographic decision tree (29) , analytical method in institutional ethnography (34)(35) , narrative analysis (22)(23) , grounded theory (30) , convergent-care analysis (39) , conceptual models of Critical Success Factors and Critical Success Factors and the Model for the Evaluation of Rural Sustainability (24) and document analysis (15,21) Ethical aspects and methodological rigor…”
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“…Regarding the theoretical and methodological aspects, Chart 3 presents the summary of the elements found in the selected articles. Among the methodological frameworks adopted were: ethnography (15)(16)(21)(22)29,31,39) , focused ethnography (19)(20)31) , institutional ethnography (24,(34)(35)(40)(41)44) and ethnonursing (17)(18)23,(25)(26)(27)(28)(32)(33)(36)(37)(38)(42)(43) .…”
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“…6 In low-risk prenatal nursing care, biologicist behaviors in health care are transcended, therefore, it is essential to understand that recognizing the social, economic, cultural, ethnicracial, psychological and behavioral factors of pregnancy is essential for establishing comprehensive care. 7 Occupied by the nurse as a prominent professional in Primary Health Care (PHC), a relevant position among the categories working in prenatal care, being a qualified professional to care for women. It is expected that the nurse, when performing the actions inherent to PHC, particularly with regard to prenatal care, be able to fully understand the pregnant woman and identify determinants and conditioning factors related to pregnancy.…”
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