TITLE

Trabalho em equipe e interdisciplinaridade: desafios para a efetivação da integralidade na assistência ambulatorial às pessoas vivendo com HIV/Aids em Pernambuco

AUTHOR(S)
Lopes Borges, Maria Jucineide; Soares Sampaio, Aletheia; Dantas Gurgel, Idê Gomes
PUB. DATE
January 2012
SOURCE
Revista Ciência & Saúde Coletiva;2012, Vol. 17 Issue 1, p147
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The complexity of providing healthcare to people with HIV/Aids requires investment in comprehensive action and care, constituting a challenge for the multidisciplinary work teams to build an interdisciplinary practice. This study sought to analyze comprehensive healthcare in the Specialized Assistance Services for HIV/Aids (SAE-HIV/Aids) in Recife, in the State of Pernambuco, starting with the process and organization of team work. This is a case study developed in three SAE-HIV/Aids units, based on a qualitative approach using different research techniques. The results show that SAE-HIV/Aids have complied with most of the Brazilian Health Ministry recommendations in terms of basic infrastructure, though none of them had a team of appropriate size. These services have shown signs of fragmentation and difficulty in establishing a systematic intersectorial and interdisciplinary practice, with failings in ensuring the reference and counter-reference flow. It was seen that there was little appreciation of the role of the manager as team leader. The need to perceive the user as a whole was identified, as well as for the team to work in a coordinated manner in order to ensure communicative and relational activities.
ACCESSION #
72335580

 

Related Articles

  • Indirect costs in ambulatory patients with HIV/AIDS in Spain: a pilot study. Oliva, Juan; Roa, César; del Llano, Juan; Roa, César // PharmacoEconomics;2003, Vol. 21 Issue 15, p1113 

    Objective: To estimate indirect costs in Spanish ambulatory patients with HIV/AIDS and to identify changes in employment status and their current QOL.Method: Information was obtained through 32 interviews/enquiries carried out with ambulatory patients receiving medical...

  • The cost of antiretroviral treatment service for patients with HIV/AIDS in a central outpatient clinic in Vietnam. Long Thanh Nguyen; Bach Xuan Tran; Cuong Tuan Tran; Huong Thi Le; Son Van Tran // ClinicoEconomics & Outcomes Research;2014, Vol. 6, p101 

    Introduction: Antiretroviral treatment (ART) services are estimated to account for 30% of the total resources needed for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) control and prevention in Vietnam during the 2011-2020 timeframe. With international funding...

  • Training Internal Medicine Residents in Outpatient HIV Care: A Survey of Program Directors. Adams, Jennifer; Chacko, Karen; Guiton, Gretchen; Aagaard, Eva // JGIM: Journal of General Internal Medicine;Sep2010, Vol. 25 Issue 9, p977 

    The care of patients with HIV is increasingly focused on outpatient chronic disease management. It is not known to what extent internal medicine residents in the US are currently being trained in or encouraged to provide primary care for this population of patients. To survey internal medicine...

  • Editorial Commentary: Viva No Différence! Saag, Michael S. // Clinical Infectious Diseases;Nov2012, Vol. 55 Issue 9, p1252 

    An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses the article related to the outcomes measures among the patients suffering from HIV infection who are receiving outpatient care in the clinic of East Baltimore, Maryland.

  • A national study of AIDS and residency training: experiences, concerns, and consequences. Hayward, Rodney A.; Shapiro, Martin F.; Hayward, R A; Shapiro, M F // Annals of Internal Medicine;1/1/91, Vol. 114 Issue 1, p23 

    Objective: To examine residents' experiences in the care of patients with the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS), and to examine factors that may influence their attitudes about such care.Design: Cross-sectional, self-administered questionnaire survey conducted...

  • The cost of antiretroviral treatment service for patients with HIV/AIDS in a central outpatient clinic in Vietnam. Long Thanh Nguyen; Bach Xuan Tran; Cuong Tuan Tran; Huong Thi Le; Son Van Tran // ClinicoEconomics & Outcomes Research;2014, Vol. 6, p101 

    Introduction: Antiretroviral treatment (ART) services are estimated to account for 30% of the total resources needed for human immunodeficiency virus (HIV)/acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) control and prevention in Vietnam during the 2011-2020 timeframe. With international funding...

  • Influence of time stress and other variables on counseling by pharmacists about antiretroviral medications. Smith, Scott R.; Golin, Carol E.; Reif, Susan // American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy;6/1/2004, Vol. 61 Issue 11, p1120 

    Purpose. The medication counseling practices of pharmacists caring for patients with HIV infection and the factors influencing their counseling behaviors regarding anti- retroviral medications were examined. Methods. A questionnaire was mailed in February 2000 to pharmacist-managers of 573...

  • The variability and predictors of quality of AIDS care services in Brazil. Battistella Nemes, Maria Ines; Melchior, Regina; Basso, Cáritas Relva; Lodeiro Castanheira, Elen Rose; de Britto Alves, Maria Teresa Seabra Soares; Conway, Shaun // BMC Health Services Research;2009, Vol. 9, Special section p1 

    Background: Since establishing universal free access to antiretroviral therapy in 1996, the Brazilian Health System has increased the number of centers providing HIV/AIDS outpatient care from 33 to 540. There had been no formal monitoring of the quality of these services until a survey of 336...

  • Severe morbidity after antiretroviral (ART) initiation: active surveillance in HIV care programs, the IeDEA West Africa collaboration. Abo, Yao; Djimon, Marcel Zannou; Messou, Eugène; Balestre, Eric; Kouakou, Martial; Akakpo, Jocelyn; Ahouada, Carin; de Rekeneire, Nathalie; Dabis, François; Lewden, Charlotte; Minga, Albert // BMC Infectious Diseases;2015, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p1 

    Background: The causes of severe morbidity in health facilities implementing Antiretroviral Treatment (ART) programmes are poorly documented in sub-Saharan Africa. We aimed to describe severe morbidity among HIV-infected patients after ART initiation, based on data from an active surveillance...

  • Implementation of an innovative, integrated electronic medical record (EMR) and public health information exchange for HIV/AIDS. Herwehe, Jane; Wilbright, Wayne; Abrams, Amir; Bergson, Susan; Foxhood, Joseph; Kaiser, Michael; Smith, Luis; Ke Xiao; Zapata, Amy; Magnus, Manya // Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association;May2012, Vol. 19 Issue 3, p448 

    Louisiana is severely affected by HIV/AIDS, ranking fifth in AIDS rates in the USA. The Louisiana Public Health Information Exchange (LaPHIE) is a novel, secure bi-directional public health information exchange, linking statewide public health surveillance data with electronic medical record...

Share

Other Topics