Designing Therapeutic Projects Within Multiprofessional Health Teams: Integrating the Dimension of Work

Abstract : This paper aims to demonstrate how the design of Therapeutic Plan (TP) is carried out by professionals of multi professional teams of Primary Care in Brazil. It is a qualitative research guided by the theoretical framework of Activity Ergonomics which included professionals from a Family Health Team (FHT) composed of: one physician, one nurse, one nursing assistant and six community health agents. The procedures of data collection were interviews and sistematic observations. The results demonstrate that the spaces for collective production of the activity, recommended for the construction of the TP, are insufficient to integrate the information coming from the real situation, as well as, to coordinate the actions that aim to solve the problems that emerge in the daily life of the service. In addition, the process of designing the TPs is still very handcrafted and little instrumentalized to favor the exchange between the different actors of the team. This frame indicates the need to deepen studies that can support the strengthening of tools and processes that favor the collective fabrication of work in the context of the Teamwork in Primary Care.
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Carmo Alonso, Pascal Béguin, Valérie Pueyo, Francisco Duarte. Designing Therapeutic Projects Within Multiprofessional Health Teams: Integrating the Dimension of Work. Proceedings of the 20th Congress of the International Ergonomics Association (IEA 2018), In press. ⟨hal-01981532⟩

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