2019
DOI: 10.1590/2317-6369000019018
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Abstract: Resumo Diante da gravidade da crise envolvendo graves retrocessos de políticas sociais em curso no Brasil, a proposta deste ensaio é pensar alternativas para futuras intervenções em Saúde do Trabalhador em uma perspectiva emancipatória. Trata-se de um convite à reflexão de novos horizontes teóricos e políticos que façam dialogar a Saúde do Trabalhador com os referenciais da abordagem pós-colonial e da proposição das Epistemologias do Sul (EdS). As EdS substanciam a obra do cientista social português Boaventura… Show more

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“…In Brazil, the devaluation and precariousness of the work of health professionals are historic. This work is characterized by low wages, lack of a career plan, weakened employment relationships, high workloads, and insufficient continuing education actions targeting workers (Romero & Delduque, 2017;Porto & Martins, 2019).…”
Section: Precarious Work Unemployment and Worker Health: Emergency mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…In Brazil, the devaluation and precariousness of the work of health professionals are historic. This work is characterized by low wages, lack of a career plan, weakened employment relationships, high workloads, and insufficient continuing education actions targeting workers (Romero & Delduque, 2017;Porto & Martins, 2019).…”
Section: Precarious Work Unemployment and Worker Health: Emergency mentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Since 2016, we have been writing articles that incorporate ecological and epistemological dimensions that expand the connections and alternatives for collective health based on the struggle for environmental and cognitive justice. For instance, for health surveillance in questioning the development and regulation model based on the risk concept 26 ; for the construction of sensitive collaborative methodologies that incorporate artistic, poetic and popular languages into the dialogue with science for social transformation 27 ; the implications for the environmental and workers´ health areas in the understanding of industrial disasters, considering the radical exclusions against blacks, women and the poor 28 ; and the proposition of an emancipatory promotion for health based on the struggles in the cities (slums, the homeless and periphery dwellers) and in the countryside (peasants, indigenous people, quilombolas and other traditional populations) 29 .…”
Section: Brief Notes To Decolonize and Reinvent The Emancipation In Pmentioning
confidence: 99%