Problematization Methodology and Convergent Healthcare Research: praxis proposal in research.

Problematization Methodology and Convergent Healthcare Research: praxis proposal in research. Rev Bras Enferm. 2018 Mar-Apr;71(2):440-445 Authors: Cortes LF, Padoin SMM, Berbel NAN Abstract OBJECTIVE: Presenting theoretical subsidies for the nursing care practice based on the possibility of convergence between research practice and educational practice. METHOD: The Convergent Healthcare Research was developed from February to August 2015, with an intersectoral working group formed by 32 participants, including health, social services and public safety professionals. Ten group meetings were organized, based on the Problematization Methodology with Maguerez's Arch. RESULTS: The reflection-action movement resulted in the shared (re)building of the flowchart of care to women subjected to a situation of violence, as a device for communication between the services. FINAL CONSIDERATIONS: The research practice based on the Problematization Methodology with Maguerez's Arch proved to be useful and viable in qualitative research, which has as purpose the transformation of the reality studied. PMID: 29412304 [PubMed - in process]
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