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Cien Saude Colet ; 26(8): 3077-3086, 2021 Aug.
Artigo em Português, Inglês | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-34378699

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This paper discusses the low power of traditional care offers for so-called complex users in the health sector. It aims to show, from the narratives of two guiding-users, that professionals, services, and policies disregard the multiple singularities involved in the care and attempt to overlap their knowledge in asymmetrical relationships. They are often put at stake in their ability to generate interesting and more life-producing offers. In this sense, this work built on two qualitative, cartographic studies that aimed to reflect, based on two guiding-users, promoting considerations on how contact with the field/territory and the meeting with these two women (guiding-users) deterritorialized concepts and affected researchers and research. The results indicate that cartography allows the production of the common, understood as a way of operating health work. Here, one seeks to consider each subject's unique individual power as a fundamental issue for the production of care. The disease leaves the scenario as a guide, vulnerability as fragility or impotence, to make way for the "defense of a life worth living" as a guide. Possible lives that users generate, whether or not they are in the streets and a vulnerable condition.


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Pessoas em Situação de Rua , Feminino , Humanos , Masculino , Narração , Pesquisa Qualitativa
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Ciênc. Saúde Colet ; 26(8): 3077-3086, ago. 2021.
Artigo em Português | LILACS-Express | LILACS | ID: biblio-1285945

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Resumo O presente artigo problematiza a baixa potência das ofertas tradicionais para o cuidado de usuários ditos complexos no campo da saúde. A partir das narrativas de duas usuárias-guia buscou-se mostrar que profissionais, serviços e políticas que desconsideram singularidades envolvidas no cuidado, apoiados em relações assimétricas são, frequentemente, questionados na sua capacidade de produzir ofertas significativas. Duas pesquisas qualitativas de ethos cartográfico buscaram refletir com base em duas usuárias-guia em seus territórios e que no encontro com pesquisadores e profissionais de saúde, estes experimentaram o impacto da desterritorialização de si e de seus conceitos. O processo cartográfico permitiu a produção de um "comum", ou um modo de operar o trabalho em saúde. Sai de cena a doença como guia, a vulnerabilidade como impotência, para dar lugar à "defesa de uma vida que vale a pena ser vivida" como guia. Vidas possíveis que os usuários engendram, estejam ou não em situação de rua ou qualquer vulnerabilidade.


Abstract This paper discusses the low power of traditional care offers for so-called complex users in the health sector. It aims to show, from the narratives of two guiding-users, that professionals, services, and policies disregard the multiple singularities involved in the care and attempt to overlap their knowledge in asymmetrical relationships. They are often put at stake in their ability to generate interesting and more life-producing offers. In this sense, this work built on two qualitative, cartographic studies that aimed to reflect, based on two guiding-users, promoting considerations on how contact with the field/territory and the meeting with these two women (guiding-users) deterritorialized concepts and affected researchers and research. The results indicate that cartography allows the production of the common, understood as a way of operating health work. Here, one seeks to consider each subject's unique individual power as a fundamental issue for the production of care. The disease leaves the scenario as a guide, vulnerability as fragility or impotence, to make way for the "defense of a life worth living" as a guide. Possible lives that users generate, whether or not they are in the streets and a vulnerable condition.

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