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A intersetorialidade no Programa Saúde na Escola: avaliação do processo político-gerencial e das práticas de trabalho. / A intersetorialidade no Programa Saúde na Escola: avaliação do processo político-gerencial e das práticas de trabalho. / Intersectorality in the 'Health in Schools' Program: an evaluation of the political-management process and working practices.

Sousa, Marta Caires de; Esperidião, Monique Azevedo; Medina, Maria Guadalupe.
Cien Saude Colet; 22(6): 1781-1790, 2017 Jun.
Artigo em Português, Inglês | MEDLINE | Jun 2017 | ID: mdl-28614499
Resumo: This study analyzed inter-sectoral activities between the health and education sectors in implementing the Health in Schools program in a city within a metropolitan region in northeast Brazil. Analysis of the political-management process looked at the following dimensions: professional practices and subject understanding of intersectorality. The results show that subjects define intersectorality as partnership and joint efforts. Regarding decision making and resource mobilization, during program implementation we noticed that healthcare leads, and education tends to play a more peripheral role. Health activities in the schools use a biomedical approach and primarily consist of lectures. We believe that the program strengthened the relationship between these two sectors. However, intersectoral coordination in the political-management process and practices show weaknesses and limitations.