Nursing and Assistance to Family Planning at the Primary Attention: the Contraception’s Interface
AbstractIntroduction: The familiar planning is represented as an essential component at the Primary Attention to health, in which conforms the entrance door to the acting promotion and health prevention. Above all, it is noticed that the care at this sphere is marked by action and service fragmentation, without programming the activities by the team, unavailability of contraceptive Technologies, as by the lack of permanent education turned to those professionals. Given the above, the objective was to analyze the assistance according to the familiar planning conducted by the nurse at the Primary Attention under the integral health attention perspective. Method: Qualitative Research, exploratory and descriptive, conducted with fifteen nurses at the primary care from Iguatu in Ceara, Brazil, in February and March 2015, through a semi-structured interview. The empirical data were organized through contents analysis. Results: The knowledge about the familiar program planning assumptions, however, in practice, the assistance turned to the behavior-complains principle, given that some units were restricted to the method delivery, with perpetuation of curative actions, over the Professionals joint agenda elaboration. Final Consideration: It is effective the need for union between the theory and practice at the nursing living at the familiar planning, when integrality, interdisciplinary and intersectoriality would justify the work process.
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