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Changes in hospital nursing care due to the Brazilian Unified Health System

, : Changes in hospital nursing care due to the Brazilian Unified Health System. Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem 6(4): 5-14

Considering changes in the Health System, this survey analyses the view of 31 nurses from a hospital institution linked to the Brazilian Unified Health System (SUS) in order to learn how they face the changes and their actions in 1995. To better understand the content of the interviews, authors use a thematic analysis proposed by BARDIN (1977). This analysis shows that some nurses recognize a different action after the SUS inclusion and others do not. However, when their actions are analysed as a whole, they are mainly directed to be a physician complementary action. The inadequate management by the nurse has contributed for a not entire nursing care. Authors suggest the management improvement of nurses in order to redirect nursing actions.


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