TITLE

COMPANION'S PARTICIPATION DURING PRENATAL CARE: CHALLENGE FOR NURSING

AUTHOR(S)
Davi, Maria Tavares Guerreiro; Solano, Lorrainy da Cruz; Martin, Patr¡cia Helena de Morais Cruz; Pedrosa, Karla Simäes Cartaxo; Maia, Diana Kerley Cab¢; Fernandes, Amlia Carolina Lopes
PUB. DATE
November 2011
SOURCE
Journal of Nursing UFPE / Revista de Enfermagem UFPE;Nov2011, Vol. 5 Issue 9, p2077
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Objective: identifying the involvement of the companion of pregnant women during low risk prenatal in a primary care unit of a municipality of Rio Grande do Norte, post as a challenge to the nursing work. Method: descriptive, exploratory study with qualitative approach, based on a report of six pregnant women. Data collection was accomplished through interviews with a semi-structured guide with thematic analysis, during the month of September 2010, as approved by the Ethics Commitee in research involving humans, with the protocol: 131/2010 and CAEE:3524.0.000.351-10. Results: it was found that pregnant women consider it very important the accompaniment of someone close to them, therefore they feel more confident and secure. It showed as the main justification for the absence of that companion to the labor relations of their respective partners, expressing as related to the pregnant woman the responsibility for monitoring, eliminating the need to exempt the husband or other relative to accompany her during the consultations. Conclusion: it was perceived that it is of utmost importance to promote the Law 11,108 of 2005 by nurses, as well as considering strategies for inclusion of caregivers during prenatal care, to ensure a humanized assistance to both mother and child as foreseen in the policy of prenatal care and birth humanization.
ACCESSION #
67295710

 

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