Contraceptive care: development of proposals with the Family Health Teams
ESC Congress Library. Maus L. May 10, 2018; 208072; ESC30
Luciana Cristina dos Santos Maus
Luciana Cristina dos Santos Maus
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This is a qualitative Convergent Care Research developed in the Primary Health Care environment of the city of Florianopolis, Brazil. The general goal of this research is to develop health initiatives in partnership with the local Family Health Teams in order to enhance contraceptive care. The theoretical framework that supported this research is based on the legal and political frameworks related to sexual and reproductive health, nationally and internationally. The data collection was conducted through semi-structured interviews and focus groups carried out between June and October 2015. In total, 62 Family Health Teams agents took part. With the analytical support of webQDA (a qualitative analysis software), datasets were sorted and coded. The analysis followed four generic stages: apprehension, synthesis, theorization and transference. Resulting from the field research, which intended to develop education and awareness group interventions on contraception care with members of Family Health Teams under the light of the Paideia Support, in order to validate the proposed actions to improve contraceptive care, indicates, by the prospect of Family Health Teams, that user's access to basic health services and initiatives carried out in partnership with schools are the ones with the highest potential to improve contraception. Together with that, the social vulnerability profile of users who demand contraception is highlighted, especially for teenagers. Lastly, to face the implications of the lack of contraceptive care (or their inadequacy),as disinterest and inadequate understanding of users, the deficit in the teams and the lack of central level support, the Family Health Teams, that operate under the Primary Health Care guidelines have demonstrated the capacity to develop health interventions that ensure sexual and reproductive rights.  
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