Care of Child's Hygiene From Zero to Two Years Old

2014-08-27 03:17:51 | BioPortfolio


This study aimed to identify the perceptions of family caregivers and professionals of the Family Health Strategy (FHS) for health care for children from 0 to 2 years, and actions on this issue developed by the FHS.


This study aimed to identify the perceptions of family caregivers and professionals of the Family Health Strategy (FHS) for health care for children from 0 to 2 years, and actions on this issue developed by the FHS. Chosen by a descriptive exploratory with a qualitative approach, consisting of 19 subjects while they were 9 professionals and 10 family caregivers. For data collection was used a semi-tour interview and for the treatment of empirical data, the technique of content analysis recommended by Bardin. For presentation and discussion of results the categories from the speech made the interviewers grouped as the possibility of confrontation between the speaches of the two groups, total of 6 categories: hygienist model: focus on personal hygiene, model medicocêntrico x extended care, environmental risk: the care with hygiene and socioeconomic conditions, family and life experience influence care with hygiene, process work x on caregiver perception of guidance received by the health service, link child / caregiver. The perceptions found in the discourse of professionals and caregivers showed that the biologically vision and focus on the body prevalent in health care, and that such care is still centered in the figure of the doctor because of the historical and cultural hegemony curative.

Study Design

Observational Model: Case-Crossover, Time Perspective: Cross-Sectional


Children Health Under Two Years Old


Faculdade Santa Marcelina
São Paulo




Faculdade Santa Marcelina

Results (where available)

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