Violência obstétrica: a abordagem da temática na formação de enfermeiros obstétricos

Translated title of the contribution: Obstetric violence: theme approach in the training of certified nurse-midwives

Thalita Monteiro da Silva, Kayo Henrique Jardel Feitosa Sousa*, Adélia Dalva da Silva Oliveira, Fernanda Cláudia Miranda Amorim, Camila Aparecida Pinheiro Landim Almeida

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Abstract

Objective: To construct the Discourse of the Collective Subject of graduate nurses in obstetric nursing on obstetric violence. Methods: This is a descriptive and qualitative study carried out at a University Center in Teresina, PI. Twenty nurses participated, graduate students in obstetric nursing. Data collection took place through guided interviews using a semi-structured questionnaire. The data were processed using the software IraMuTeQ and the Descending Hierarchical Classification. The data were analyzed using the Discourse of the Collective Subject technique. Results: Through the Descending Hierarchical Classification, six classes were obtained from which the speeches emerged. It was possible to confirm the importance of training nurses in the face of obstetric violence. The main key expressions identified in the speeches were academic training, knowledge in educational practice, quality assistance, scientific, technological and humanistic mismatches, strengthening of the care model, strategic planning in the health sector, humanist base and professional clinical view. Conclusion: Through the Discourse of the Collective Subject, it was possible to partially observe the importance of training nurses, since they enable the contribution of comprehensive care, corroborating a physiological process, which can reduce obstetric violence.
Translated title of the contributionObstetric violence: theme approach in the training of certified nurse-midwives
Original languagePortuguese
Pages (from-to)1-8
Number of pages8
JournalACTA Paulista de Enfermagem
Volume33
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2020

Keywords

  • Humanizing delivery
  • Nurse midwives
  • Pregnant women
  • Students nursing
  • Violence
  • Violence against woman

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