2014
DOI: 10.1590/s0104-12902014000200011
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Abstract: Anthropological study carried out by ethnographic method within the members of two HIV support groups for people living with HIV/AIDS, in the city of Brasilia. The research aims to understand the potential benefits of these forms of social organization for facing the daily life with the virus and the contribution to antiretroviral adherence. The methodological approach focused on the development of ethnographic work which included techniques such as participant observation and interviews with members and group… Show more

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“…The role of health practitioners in promoting adherence to antiretroviral therapy is essential, since they are facilitators in the follow-up and identification of factors related to the weaknesses and failures of adherence (15)(16) . In the study of these authors, carried out in Recife, only one of the specialized outpatient services carries out activities with adherence groups.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…The role of health practitioners in promoting adherence to antiretroviral therapy is essential, since they are facilitators in the follow-up and identification of factors related to the weaknesses and failures of adherence (15)(16) . In the study of these authors, carried out in Recife, only one of the specialized outpatient services carries out activities with adherence groups.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…When studying the social representation of practitioners working in an emergency mobile unit in Rio de Janeiro, authors identified how the elements of suffering and death are classified in an imaginary dimension of the representation of care to the person at risk of life as a negative attribute (13) . Practitioners working in hospital-based units have outlined a similar representation, possibly because they unders-tand their performance as non-resolving, and admit the existence of human and technological barriers to care for the person living with HIV/AIDS, besides the patient's own suffering (16) .…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…A partir de la introducción de la terapia antirretroviral (TARV), fue posible percibir el control en la multiplicación viral y el curso más lento de la enfermedad, generando la reducción de la morbimortalidad asociada y posibilitando a las personas que viven con VIH/Sida (PVHA) una mayor expectativa y calidad de vida, así como pasando a considerar el grave perfil crónico posible de control (2,3) . El año de 2016 se inició con cerca de 16 millones de PVHA en uso de TARV en todo el mundo, y con la expectativa de alcanzar 30 millones hasta 2020 (4) .…”
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“…Las fallas en la comprensión de las informaciones y/o escasez de esas orientaciones sobre la TARV reflejan lagunas en el conocimiento de las PVHA, y ese escenario implica la posibilidad de conducción del usuario al consumo irregular de los antirretrovirales o tomadas de dosis insuficientes. Como resultado, el éxito de la terapéutica puede ser comprometido, ocasionando limitación de las opciones de tratamiento y posibilitando la transmisión de virus multirresistentes, configurando consecuencias para el/a paciente y para la salud pública (2,3,14) . En ese sentido, este estudio tuvo como objetivo analizar el conocimiento de PVHA sobre la TARV.…”
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“…Pode também o aumento da satisfação com o suporte nesse grupo de participantes estar relacionado com o suporte oferecido pela família, a qual além de fonte de apoio emocional, estimula e encoraja para a manejo de questões práticas, como na tomada do medicamento, o que impacta na melhora da adesão à TARV e na QV (PICELLI; DÍAZ-BERMÚDEZ, 2014).…”
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