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Title: Autocuidado de mulheres residentes no município de Benevides/PA na prevenção e controle de HPV: participação da(o) enfermeira(o)
metadata.dc.creator: MIRANDA, Shirley Aviz de
metadata.dc.contributor.advisor1: GONÇALVES, Lucia Hisako Takase
Keywords: Autocuidado
Papillomavírus humano
Prevenção de doenças transmissíveis
Saúde da mulher
Benevides - PA
Pará - Estado
Amazônia brasileira
Issue Date: 13-Dec-2013
Publisher: Universidade Federal do Pará
Citation: MIRANDA, Shirley Aviz de. Autocuidado de mulheres residentes no município de Benevides/PA na prevenção e controle de HPV: participação da(o) enfermeira(o). 2013. 116 f. Dissertação (Mestrado) - Universidade Federal do Pará, Instituto de Ciências da Saúde, Belém, 2013. Programa de Pós-Graduação em Enfermagem.
Abstract: INTRODUCTION: Infection with Human Papilloma Virus (HPV) is one of the most common STIs in the world and has high carcinogenic potential for uterine cervix. OBJECTIVES: To identify possible deficits of competence for self-care behavior on the sexual health of women attending the Health Units of Family Paradise of Murinin with positive findings of HPV and develop strategies for health education that contribute to healthy sexual behavior in prevention and control HPV and its consequences. METHODS: A survey conducted in the city of Benevides, Pará. This study was configured as a convergent - care research (PCA), which had as its theoretical framework of Orem self-care. The educational strategy was applied in 11 women aged between 25 and 64 years who were examined in PCCU between the years 2011 and 2012 and who had income from changes related to HPV infection. We use in the development of educational the strategy to focus group technique, which lasted for two months (19/03/13-14/05/2013) with seven group meetings. The procedure for analyzing information collected during group activities, was based on PCA and reference Orem self-care focused on defined objectives, seeking to assess how the change in the perception of health behaviors in the prevention and control of HPV was processed before developed the educational strategy , guided by the precepts of the nursing support OREM - education system. RESULTS: We identified during the research deficit of competence for self-care in the prevention, treatment/control of HPV and appropriate care, lack of knowledge about HPV, its consequences and its confrontation; deficit of competence for self-care practices in sex life satisfactorily shared; deficit of competence to care related to the reduction of socioeconomic risks, lack of self-care health disorders related to the treatment and control of HPV. Later taxpayers educational actions for safer sexual behaviors towards HPV and other STIs have been developed. Throughout the educational process, women began demonstrating cognitive competence for HPV infection and competence in self-care practices successfully shared sex life. CONCLUSION AND IMPLICATIONS: We concluded that educational strategies used contribute to the learning of HPV infection in women as they showed signs of acquiring skills and abilities to self-care and hygiene healthier sexual practices, shared with their partners so. The implications for nursing practice are related to nursing needs to develop mechanisms to better accommodate the sexual partner as users, according to the policy of prevention of STIs and promotion of women's health. For teaching, we emphasize the importance of in-service training to meet the woman / man unit as marital / sexual partner, as well as training professionals with a comprehensive overview of the unit involved: the couple, the family. For research, the investigation of human behaviors that maintain the high incidence of human papillomavirus, is essential to find strategies in extinction of its incidence, control, treatment and disease prevention by HPV.
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