O cuidado e a percepção sensível do ambiente hospitalar
Palavras-chave:Cuidado sensível, Ambiente hospitalar, Ética, Corpo, Intervenção
Este artigo é fruto das reflexões oriundas de intervenções em educação ambiental desenvolvidas durante a 35ª Semana Riograndina de Enfermagem no Hospital Universitário da Universidade Federal do Rio Grande – FURG, no primeiro semestre de 2011. Sua temática aponta para um novo olhar sobre o processo saúde-doença, buscando estratégias de ressignificação do ambiente hospitalar através de um cuidado de enfermagem mais sensível. Para tanto, propõe-se, dentro de uma ética interventiva, trazer o afeto para as relações, chamando a atenção para uma nova concepção de vida, além da lógica capitalista. Tais intervenções engendram-se como práticas educativas ambientais a partir de processos multidisciplinares. As mesmas envolvem diferentes campos do saber, não menos passíveis de serem articulados, quais sejam: Saúde, Teatro (clown), Artes Visuais (audiovisuais).
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