The power of the bond for healthcare production: What guiding users teach us

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This article discusses the findings of a research on production of care in healthcare networks in a municipality in the South of Brazil, regarding the power of the bond as a tool-concept to reorganize work processes of healthcare teams. The methodology was a cartographic approach that consisted in following the experiences of three “guiding users” in order to provide researchers with a perspective that is closer to that of users. We considered mutual acknowledgment and symmetric relationships, associated with a shift in the positions of recognized knowledge, as an ethical condition to the development of bonds. We argue that the construction of bonds is a powerful strategy to transform daily healthcare practices, based on an ethical-esthetic-political project that focuses on users’ demands and health needs, taking into account their singularities, and established through symmetric relationships.

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Seixas, C. T., Baduy, R. S., da Cruz, K. T., Bortoletto, M. S. S., Slomp Junior, H., & Merhy, E. E. (2019). The power of the bond for healthcare production: What guiding users teach us. Interface: Communication, Health, Education, 23. https://doi.org/10.1590/Interface.170627

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