User embracement in practices care in psychosocial care centers the perspective of local managers

Andreza Kelly Cardoso da Silva Soares, José Maria Ximenes Guimarães, Aretha Feitosa de Araújo, Cleide Carneiro, Ana Patrícia Pereira Morais, Claudine Carneiro Aguiar, Leonardo Saboia Paz, Marcélid Berto Da Costa, Maria do Socorro Sousa, Maria Elidiana De Araújo Gomes, Fernando Luiz Affonso Fonseca, Erasmo Miessa Ruiz (+1 others)
2017 International Archives of Medicine  
Psychosocial care centres (CAPS), strategic IN articulation of psychosocial care network and health system gateway, propose to the reorganization of health practices, by adopting a new ethic of care, based on respect to the singularity of the subjects and in the reception to the health needs of the users. Reception is a device for transforming practices and humanizing health care. Objective: To analyse the operation of the host users of CAPS from the perspective of local coordinators in
more » ... dinators in Fortaleza, Ceará, Brazil. Method: Qualitative research with case study design, performed with CAPS coordinators of the city of Fortaleza, Ceará, Brazil. Data were collected through semi-structured interviews and observation, being submitted to the analysis of thematic content. Results: The host constituted innovative device in mental health practices, as triggered the construction of new ways of dealing with the subject in psychological distress, by incorporating technologies such as qualified listening, building autonomy, with attention focused on the user. Provided a reorientation of work and service processes, requesting the articulation for network care. In addition, it was configured as a strategy for humanization in the CAPS. Was presented, however, operational difficulties related to the environment and to the effectiveness of the network of attention. Final considerations: The host device configured for reorienting health practices, enhancing the consolidation of psychosocial care model, with humanization and increased solvability. However, challenges remain to be overcome, related to the environment and to the effectiveness of the network of care.
doi:10.3823/2363 fatcat:4m75z4wq5fceji3ozulmiuojii