Health  Vol.7 No.13 , December 2015
Report on the Educational Process for the Promotion of Health of Women Attended in a Reference Center of Social Assistance
Abstract: This article discusses one experienced by students and preceptors of Programs Pro-Pet-Health and Health of the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte/Faculty of Health Sciences of Trairí in the Reference Center for Social Assistance (CRAS) in the municipality of experience Santa Cruz/RN, with a view to the relationship between preventive health activities and social assistance. The proposed work of Pro-Pet in the assistance unit sought to unravel the life of the target audience in order to know the risk factors and suggest the adoption of health measures for disease prevention. Work to guide the educational process for health promotion with socioeconomic and cultural contextualization built on scientific papers surveyed in Lilacs and Scielo data was used. On average, 12 women aged between 35 and 60 years participated in the group. Eight group sessions occurred in the period from March to May 2014. Regarding work methodologies, we used dynamic integration and self-knowledge; dialogued lectures; lectures; reports of experiences; thematic workshops; educational videos; wheels conversation complemented by the use of texts and poems; as well as application of the checklist in conducting health and anthropometry. The experience helped identify the characteristics of the group and plan understandable and meaningful guidance for women, facilitating the understanding of the importance of self-care in preventing disease.
Cite this paper: Bezerra, D. , Gomes, J. , de Souza, M. , de Azevedo Medeiros, A. , de Araújo, D. and de Andrade, F. (2015) Report on the Educational Process for the Promotion of Health of Women Attended in a Reference Center of Social Assistance. Health, 7, 1793-1799. doi: 10.4236/health.2015.713196.

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