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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: [family Relationships With Pediatricians: The Maternal Views].
Author: Carvalho, Simone de
Filho, José Martins
Abstract: To analyze the perception of pediatric guidelines by mothers at the time of consultation in private offices, in order to know how they assimilate, process and use the information received from the pediatricians. Data collection was carried out by a questionnaire sent to participants by A total of 200 mothers from a virtual community in social networks participated in the research. The answers were transcribed using the Discourse of the Collective Subject method. The analyses were supported by the research qualitative perspective, from the viewpoint of the social representation theory. Three categories were obtained through data analysis: (1) assessing the pediatric guidelines (2) confronting theory and practice and (3) developing a critical view of the pediatric guidelines. These categories have elucidated that the level of knowledge of pediatric issues by mothers and their ability to use them when making decisions about the care of their babies, have a direct association between following or not the pediatric guidelines. The mother's decision on following the pediatrician's recommendations depends on two main factors: (a) certification of the updated and proven recommendations, according to the official health agencies; (b) support and recognition by the pediatrician of the maternal empowerment during the follow-up process. The mothers' practice of accessing knowledge through social networks hinders the pediatric monitoring.
Subject: Child Guidance
Grupo De Mulheres
Orientação Da Criança
Pediatra
Pediatrician
Women's Group
Rights: fechado
Identifier DOI: 10.1016/j.rpped.2015.10.006
Address: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/26846739
Date Issue: 2016
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