Analysis of professional practices as a multiprofessional residency education tool

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The complexity of the population’s health needs increasingly demands collaborative work qualification in the Brazilian National Health System (SUS). This article aims at reflecting on the possibilities, limits and challenges of using the Institutional Analysis of professional practices as an interprofessional education tool in a multiprofessional health residency program. This was a participatory intervention research based on the Institutional Analysis’ theoretical and methodological framework that provided subjectivities through self-analysis, acknowledgement of non-knowledge and of the education needs, collective listening, and analysis of possibilities of roles and of knowledge sharing. It was also possible to highlight contradictions in the work context and aspects of interprofessional relationships that can impose limits on collaborative practices.




Lago, L. P. de M., Matumoto, S., da Silva, S. S., Mestriner, S. F., & Mishima, S. M. (2018). Analysis of professional practices as a multiprofessional residency education tool. Interface: Communication, Health, Education, 22, 1625–1634.

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