The attention to women victims of domestic and family violence: Care technologies of occupational therapy in basic health Care1

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Introduction: The objective of this work is the construction of care technologies of occupational therapy care in attention to women victims of violence in primary health care. Objective: To identify and analyze occupational therapeutic practices and intervention technologies in attention to these women. Method: The qualitative study adopted the perspective defined by intervention research, with participant observation and semi-structured interviews as the main techniques for data production. For data analysis, the triangulation procedure of Methods was used. Results: The results of the research were systematized in three axes: (a) characterization of the participants; (b) territory data and team action (c) occupational therapy’s care practices. Conclusion: It is concluded that Occupational Therapy contributes with its actions of the field of Primary Health Care in the attention to women victims of violence with multiple methodologies and a wide hall of relational technologies of care from the identification, elaboration and confrontation of the situations of violence through interventions in the sphere of women’s everyday life and their contexts as well as in the potential for their transformation, with an emphasis on interrupting the cycle of violence.

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de Oliveira, M. T., & Ferigato, S. H. (2019). The attention to women victims of domestic and family violence: Care technologies of occupational therapy in basic health Care1. Brazilian Journal of Occupational Therapy, 27(3), 508–521. https://doi.org/10.4322/2526-8910.ctoAO1729

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