TITLE

Estrategias de gerenciamento de riscos psicossociais no trabaiho das equipes de saúde da famíia

AUTHOR(S)
Camelo, Silvia Helena Henriques; Angerami, Emília Luigi Saporiti
PUB. DATE
December 2008
SOURCE
Revista Eletronica de Enfermagem;2008, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p915
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The Program of Health Family has the objective of the reorganization the basic health attention through of professional teams that fulfill the necessity of the population. The development of this activity besides the community, where the reality of individual is near, the problems are diverse and the limitations are present, expose the workers to the physical and psychosocial risks that can to cause stress. This investigation identified and analyzed the control strategies utilized to alleviate fraying effects of those risks. This study had a character mainly exploratory and the analysis of the present study was based on the qualitative interpretation, thematic modality. The participants in this study were 24 workers and was employed a interview that it happened in the year of 2005. The strategies utilized to the relieve of the risks are mainly individuals such as physical exercise, religion and cinema, however, the institution contribute organizing meetings weekly, to discuss problems and create suggests. The interventions that promote benefic results to the worker in terms of psychological and physiologic can relieve the effects of the stress situations at work.
ACCESSION #
36280610

 

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