Health care: Caregiver sociabilities and emancipatory subjectivities

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Contatore, OA
Malfitano, APS
de Barros, NF
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2018
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Although technical/technological applications in health care predominate as a parameter and qualification of care actions, a wider approach regarding the life of the subjects is becoming more common, with the recognition that social support and emotional concern are constitutive and fundamental for an effective care. The research objective was to understand the reflections about health care focusing on sociability and subjectivity in care actions. Therefore, it was performed a systematic review of the literature between 2003 and 2013, on ten databases. 262 articles were identified and 36 of them selected for analysis. There is a questioning regarding the biomedical care potential and its limitations to answer the multiple demands implicit in health and disease. It is concluded that subjectivity and, in its interior, sociability are intrinsic parts of care actions.

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Psicologia e Sociedade

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30

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© 2018 Psicologia and Sociedade. The attached file is reproduced here in accordance with the copyright policy of the publisher. Please refer to the journal's website for access to the definitive, published version.

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Clinical sciences

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