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Type: Artigo
Title: Analysis Of The Experience Of Cuban Physicians In A Brazilian Metropolis In Accordance With The Paideia Method
Title Alternative: Análise Da Experiência De Médicos Cubanos Numa Metrópole Brasileira Segundo O Método Paideia
Author: Vidal Terra
Lilian Soares; Borges
Fabian Tonaco; Lidola
Maria; Hernandez
Silvia S.; Martinez Milian
Juan Ignacio; de Sousa Campos
Gastao Wagner
Abstract: We had hoped that the Mais MEdicos Program (More Doctors Program) would have generated several changes and reflections in each municipality in which it was deployed. In order to observe those changes, we sought to analyze the experience of Cuban physicians in the Mais Medicos program from an actor-centered perspective, based on the Paideia Method - an approach that seeks to enhance the ability of the subjects to analyze and intervene in their practice. We performed semi-structured interviews to analyze our research object that consisted in the experience of those actors included professionally in the Mais MEdicos program in a metropolis with unique characteristics. In order to assess the interviews, we applied Content Analysis followed by Thematic Analysis. From the discourse of the actors, of which illustrative excerpts are transcribed in this article, we can affirm that the program's potential surpassed any initial barriers, presenting itself as fine-tuning instrument for replacing the biomedical model in line with the Paideia Method.
Subject: Foreign Graduate Physicians
Medically Deprived Areas
Anthropology
Heath Care
Paideia Method
Editor: ABRASCO
Rio de Janeiro
Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.1590/1413-81232015219.15312016
Address: http://www.scielo.br/scielo.php?script=sci_arttext&pid=S1413-81232016000902825&lng=pt&tlng=pt
Date Issue: 2016
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