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Type: Artigo de periódico
Title: Territorial Support And Multi-referential Team: Cartographies Of The Confluence Between The Method Of Support And The Guidelines For Harm Reduction At A Street-level Among Crack Users And At The Health Network In The City Of Campinas, Sp, Brazil [apoio Territorial E Equipe Multirreferencial: Cartografias Do Encontro Entre O Apoio Institucional E A Redução De Danos Nas Ruas E Redes De Campinas, Sp, Brasil] [apoyo Territorial Y Equipos Multirreferenciales: Cartografías Del Encuentro Entre El Método De Apoyo Y La Orientación De Reducción De Daños En Las Redes De Salud Y En Las Calles En La Municipalidad De Campinas, Sp, Brasil]
Author: Souza T.P.
Carvalho S.R.
Abstract: In this study we analyze some of the challenges presented to health care delivery and management after some support actions undertaken by harm reduction workers in coverage areas of Psychosocial Care Centers - Alcohol and other drugs - and basic health units existing in Campinas, SP, Brazil. We seek to map the movement of drug users on the streets and at the health care network. As a result of this process we achieved some reflections, questions and propositions that may contribute to the (re) invention and consolidation of health management arrangements, such as management support aiming to operationalize networks of care and attention committed to the production of life. A support that often arises as a “non-place” activated by movements from outside the management structure in which harm reduction workers seek to offer room to affirm the existential territories of drug users.
Editor: Fundacao UNI Botucatu/UNESP
Rights: aberto
Identifier DOI: 10.1590/1807-57622013.0518
Address: http://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?eid=2-s2.0-84921293872&partnerID=40&md5=dff392b4c1da652b672b23bc31ae30db
Date Issue: 2014
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