volume 21, issue 63, P857-867 2017
DOI: 10.1590/1807-57622016.0262
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Abstract: Death and life are dimensions involved in the process of health work and are crossed by the way society relates to diseases, patients and outcomes of this process. In this paper, we set out a qualitative research with a team of palliative care, in order to debate: why the health work process produces ways to prevent, camouflage and disregard something that follows the existence, i.e. death? Does death bring us nothing but pain and feeling of vulnerability and finitude? We build arguments that articulate the l…

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