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Immunizations of Children from 0 to 2 Years: Knowledge of Caregivers and Actions of the Nurse in Family Health Strategy

( Vol-5,Issue-12,December 2018 ) OPEN ACCESS
Author(s):

Bárbara Emanuela Coutinho de Lima Araújo, Dislene do Nascimento Lima, Libia Fabiele Edi Lobo da Silva, Juliana Silva Pinheiro, Marcuce Antonio Miranda dos Santos, Leonardo Severo da Luz Neto, Teresinha Cícera Teodora Viana

Keywords:

Children. Caregiver. Nurse. Immunization. Knowledge.

Abstract:

[1] ANDRADE, Deyse Rodrigues de Souza; LORENZINI, Elisiane; SILVA, Eveline Franco da. (2014). Knowledge of mothers about the schedule of vaccination and factors that lead to delayed childhood vaccination. Cogitare enfermagem, Rio Grande do Sul, v. 19, n. 1, Jan-Mar. Available at: . Accessed on: 11 May 2016. [2] ARAÚJO, Carolina Pires. (2010) Communication as a strategy for health promotion. Intercom - Brazilian Society of Interdisciplinary Communication Studies. XXXIII Brazilian Congress of Communication Sciences - Caxias do Sul, RS - 2-6 Sep. Available at: http://www.intercom.org.br/papers/nacionais/2010/resumos/R5-0882-1.pdf >. Accessed on May 10, 2016. [3] BARBIERI, Carolina Luísa Alves. (2014). Child Care and (non) vaccination in the context of Medium Laying Families in São Paulo / SP. 2014. 208 f. Thesis (Doctorate in science) - Faculty of Medicine of the University of São Paulo - São Paulo. Available at: http://www.teses.usp.br/teses/disponiveis/5/5137/tde02122014-164155/en- br.php. Accessed on: 11 May 2016. [4] BRAZIL, Ministry of Health. (2014). Manual of Norms and Procedures for Vaccination. 1st Edition. Brasília: Publisher Ministry of Health-MS. [5] BRAZIL, Ministry of Health. (2014). Manual of Epidemiological Surveillance of Adverse Events after Vaccination. 3rd Edition. Brasília: Publisher Ministry of Health-MS. [6] CAMPOS, Roseli Márcia Crozariol et al. (2011). Nursing consultation in childcare: the experience of nurses in family health strategy. Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem, v. 2, n. 45, n.3, p. 566-574, Jun. Available at: . Accessed on: May 10, 2016. [7] CARNEIRO, Samara guerra et al. (2013). Evaluation of Vaccination Coverage in children aged 2 months to 5 years in the Family Health Strategy. Notebooks UNIFOA, Rio de Janeiro, n. 22, Aug. Available at: http://web.unifoa.edu.br/cadernos/edicao/22/63-72.pdf>. Accessed on: 11 May 2016. [8] CARVALHO, Isabela Vitória Rodrigues Leal de et al. (2015). Knowledge of Mothers Regarding Vaccines Administered in the First Year of Life. Brazilian Journal of Health Sciences, Piauí, v. 19, n.3, p. 205-210. Available at: http://periodicos.ufpb.br/ojs/index.php/rbcs/article/view/15885/15071>. Accessed on: 11 May 2016. [9] CAVALCANTE, Anne Caroliny Morais et al. (2015). The non-continuity of the vaccination scheme in children enrolled in Family Health Strategies units. Revista de enfermagem - REVOL, Recife, n. 9, s. 3, Apr. Available at: file: /// C: /Users/francimar/Downloads/5286-70813-1-PB.pdf. Accessed on: 11 May 2016. [10] CAVALCANTI, Marília Abrantes Fernandes; BIRTH, Ellany Gurgel Cosme do. (2015). Aspects Interventions of the child, family and health services in child immunization. Journal of the Brazilian Society of Pediatric Nurses, Rio Grande do Norte, n.1, v. 15, p. 31 to 37, Jun. Available at: http://www.sobep.org.br/revista/images/stories/pdf-revista/vol15-n1/vol_15_n_2-artigo-de-revisao-1.pdf. Accessed on: 11 May 2016. [11] COFEN. (2015). Research - Nursing Profile. May. Available at: http://www.cofen.gov.br/pesquisa-inedita-traca-perfil-da-enfermagem_31258.html. Accessed on: May 27, 2016. [12] COESA, CONGRESS OF EDUCATION IN THE HEALTH OF THE AMAZON, (2014), 3, Pará. Report of experience on the vaccination situation of children in a neighborhood of Belém, Pará, 12-14 nov. 2014. Available at: http://www.coesa.ufpa.br/arquivos/2014/expandidos/relatoexperiencia/REL266.pdf. Accessed on: 11 May 2016. [13] FIGUEIREDO, Glória Lúcia Alves. (2011). Family experiences in the immunization of Brazilian children under two years old. Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem, São Paulo, n. 19, Jun. Available at: http://www.scielo.br/pdf/rlae/v19n3/en_20.pdf. Accessed on: 13 Apr. 2014. [14] FRANCA, Inácia Sátiro Xavier de et al. (2009). Vaccine coverage and infant mortality in Campina Grande, PB, Brazil. Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem, Brasília, v. 62, n. 2, p. 258-271, Apr. Available at: http://www.scielo.br/pdf/reben/v62n2/a14v62n2.pdf. Accessed on: May 10, 2016. [15] GUTIERREZ, Denise Machado Duran; MINAYO, Maria Cecília de Souza. (2010) Production of knowledge about health care within the family. Science & Collective Health, Rio de Janeiro, v. 15, suppl. 1, p. 1497-1508, Jun. Available at: http://www.scielo.br/pdf/csc/v15s1/062.pdf. Accessed on: 11 May 2016. [16] HORBUCH, A; STEFANO, S. R. (2008). Organizational motivation: a study in the Prudentópolis-PR hotels. Revista Eletrônica Lato Sensu, year 3, no. 1, mar. [17] MASSUIA, Dalva Rodrigues; MENDES, José Dinio Vaz. (2010). Satisfaction Survey of SUS Users. Coordinator of Disease Control/SES, São Paulo. Available at: http://portal.saude.sp.gov.br/resources/ses/perfil/gestor/homepage//gais-informa/revista_satisfacao_sus.pdf. Accessed on: 20 May 2016. [18] MEDEIROS, Cássia Regina Gotler et al. (2010). The turnover of nurses and physicians: an impasse in the implementation of the Family Health Strategy. Science & Collective Health, Rio de Janeiro, v. 15, s. 1, p. 1521-1531, Jun. Available at: http://www.scielo.br/pdf/csc/v15s1/064.pdf. Access in: 4 april. 2016. [19] OLIVEIRA, Valéria Conceição. (2013). Nursing supervision in the vaccine room: the nurse's perception. Text Context Nursing, Florianópolis. Oct-Dec; 22 (4): 1015-2. Available at: http://www.scielo.br/pdf/tce/v22n4/18.pdf. Accessed on May 10, 2016. [20] PEREIRA, Maria Aparecida Diniz; BARBOSA, Sandra R. de Souza. (2007). Nursing care in immunization: the myths and the truth. Journal of Environment and Health, Minas Gerais, v.2, n.1, p. 76-88. Available at: http://www.faculdadedofuturo.edu.br/revista/2007/pdfs/RMAS%202(1)%207688.pdf. Access in: 4 april. 2016. [21] PIACENTINI, Sabrina; CONTRERA-MORENO, Luciana. (2011). Adverse events after vaccination in the municipality of Campo Grande (MS, Brazil). Science & Collective Health, Mato Grosso do Sul, v. 16, n.2, p. 531-536. Available at: http://www.scielo.br/pdf/csc/v16n2/v16n2a16.pdf. Accessed on: 22 May 2016. [22] RAMOS, Camilo Ferreira et al. (2010). Compliance with the schedule of vaccination of children in a family health unit. Pan-Amazonian Health Magazine, Ananindeua, v. 1, n. 2, p. 55-60, jun. Available at: http://scielo.iec.pa.gov.br/pdf/rpas/v1n2/es_v1n2a06.pdf. Accessed on: 12 Apr. 2014. [23] ROBBINS, S. P. (2008). Fundamentals of organizational behavior. São Paulo: Prentice Hall. [24] ROCHA, Jesanne Barguil Brasileiro; Zeitoune, Regina Célia. (2007). Profile of the nurses of the Family Health Program: a need to discuss professional practice. Journal of Nursing-UERJ, Rio de Janeiro, v. 15, n. 1, p. 46-52, Jan-Mar. Available at: http://www.facenf.uerj.br/v15n1/v15n1a07.pdf. Accessed on: 03 jun. 2016. [25] SANTOS, Leiliane Bezerra. et al. (2011). Mothers' perception of the importance of infant immunization. Rene Magazine. Fortaleza, v.12, n.3. Available at: http://www.redalyc.org/articulo.oa?id=324027976024. Accessed on: 04 Mar. 2014. [26] SILVA, Fernanda Dias da. (2014). Evaluation of Vaccination Coverage in the first year of life in Ceilândia-DF. 63 f. Monography (Nursing graduation) - University of Brasília - Faculty of Ceilandia. Brasília. [27] SILVA, Vanusa; BORGE, Georgia Cristian. (2011). Survey of the vaccination coverage of children from 0 to 1 year registered in a FHU of the city of Dourados / MS. Multidisciplinary Journal of the Faculty of Biological Sciences and Health of UNIGRAN, Mato Grosso do Sul, v. 5, n. 1. Available at: http://www.unigran.br/interbio/paginas/ed_anteriores/vol5_num2/arquivos/artigo4.pdf. Accessed on: 10 May 2016. [28] SOUSA, Catrine de Jesus, VIGO, Zaira de Lima; PALMEIRA, Cátia Suely. (2012). Understanding parents about the importance of childhood vaccination. Revista Enfermagem Contemporânea, Salvador, p. 44-58, Dec. Available at: . Accessed on: 11 May 2016. [29] TERTULIANO, Gisele Cristina; STEIN, Airton Tetelbom. (2011). Vaccine delay and its determinants: a study in the locality served by the Family Health Strategy. Science & Collective Health, Rio de Janeiro, v. 16, n. 2. Available at: http://www.scielo.br/pdf/csc/v16n2/v16n2a15.pdf. Accessed on: 26 Mar. 2014. [30] VASCONCELOS, Mara; GRILLO, Maria José; CABRAL, Sônia Maria. (2009). Module. 4: pedagogical practices in basic health care. Technologies to approach the individual, family and community. Belo Horizonte: Editora UFMG - Nescon UFMG. p. 70. Available at: https://www.nescon.medicina.ufmg.br/biblioteca/imagem/1704.pdf. Accessed on: May 10, 2016. [31] VASCONCELOS, Viviane Mamede et al. (2012). Nursing and health education: perceptions of mothers in family health strategy. Anna Nery School, Rio de Janeiro, v. 16, n. 2, p. 326-331, Jun. Available at: . Accessed on: May 10, 2016. [32] YOKOKURA, Ana Valéria Carvalho Pires et al. (2006). Vaccination coverage and factors associated with incomplete basic vaccination schedule at 12 months of age, São Luís, Maranhão, Brazil. Public Health Report, Rio de Janeiro, v. 29, n. 3, p. 522-534, Mar. 2013. Available at: http://www.scielosp.org/pdf/csp/v29n3/a10v29n3.pdf. Accessed on: 10 Apr. 2014.

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[1] ANDRADE, Deyse Rodrigues de Souza; LORENZINI, Elisiane; SILVA, Eveline Franco da. (2014). Knowledge of mothers about the schedule of vaccination and factors that lead to delayed childhood vaccination. Cogitare enfermagem, Rio Grande do Sul, v. 19, n. 1, Jan-Mar. Available at: . Accessed on: 11 May 2016.
[2] ARAÚJO, Carolina Pires. (2010) Communication as a strategy for health promotion. Intercom - Brazilian Society of Interdisciplinary Communication Studies. XXXIII Brazilian Congress of Communication Sciences - Caxias do Sul, RS - 2-6 Sep. Available at: http://www.intercom.org.br/papers/nacionais/2010/resumos/R5-0882-1.pdf >. Accessed on May 10, 2016.
[3] BARBIERI, Carolina Luísa Alves. (2014). Child Care and (non) vaccination in the context of Medium Laying Families in São Paulo / SP. 2014. 208 f. Thesis (Doctorate in science) - Faculty of Medicine of the University of São Paulo - São Paulo. Available at: http://www.teses.usp.br/teses/disponiveis/5/5137/tde02122014-164155/en- br.php. Accessed on: 11 May 2016.
[4] BRAZIL, Ministry of Health. (2014). Manual of Norms and Procedures for Vaccination. 1st Edition. Brasília: Publisher Ministry of Health-MS.
[5] BRAZIL, Ministry of Health. (2014). Manual of Epidemiological Surveillance of Adverse Events after Vaccination. 3rd Edition. Brasília: Publisher Ministry of Health-MS.
[6] CAMPOS, Roseli Márcia Crozariol et al. (2011). Nursing consultation in childcare: the experience of nurses in family health strategy. Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem, v. 2, n. 45, n.3, p. 566-574, Jun. Available at: . Accessed on: May 10, 2016.
[7] CARNEIRO, Samara guerra et al. (2013). Evaluation of Vaccination Coverage in children aged 2 months to 5 years in the Family Health Strategy. Notebooks UNIFOA, Rio de Janeiro, n. 22, Aug. Available at: http://web.unifoa.edu.br/cadernos/edicao/22/63-72.pdf>. Accessed on: 11 May 2016.
[8] CARVALHO, Isabela Vitória Rodrigues Leal de et al. (2015). Knowledge of Mothers Regarding Vaccines Administered in the First Year of Life. Brazilian Journal of Health Sciences, Piauí, v. 19, n.3, p. 205-210. Available at: http://periodicos.ufpb.br/ojs/index.php/rbcs/article/view/15885/15071>. Accessed on: 11 May 2016.
[9] CAVALCANTE, Anne Caroliny Morais et al. (2015). The non-continuity of the vaccination scheme in children enrolled in Family Health Strategies units. Revista de enfermagem - REVOL, Recife, n. 9, s. 3, Apr. Available at: file: /// C: /Users/francimar/Downloads/5286-70813-1-PB.pdf. Accessed on: 11 May 2016.
[10] CAVALCANTI, Marília Abrantes Fernandes; BIRTH, Ellany Gurgel Cosme do. (2015). Aspects Interventions of the child, family and health services in child immunization. Journal of the Brazilian Society of Pediatric Nurses, Rio Grande do Norte, n.1, v. 15, p. 31 to 37, Jun. Available at: http://www.sobep.org.br/revista/images/stories/pdf-revista/vol15-n1/vol_15_n_2-artigo-de-revisao-1.pdf. Accessed on: 11 May 2016.
[11] COFEN. (2015). Research - Nursing Profile. May. Available at: http://www.cofen.gov.br/pesquisa-inedita-traca-perfil-da-enfermagem_31258.html. Accessed on: May 27, 2016.
[12] COESA, CONGRESS OF EDUCATION IN THE HEALTH OF THE AMAZON, (2014), 3, Pará. Report of experience on the vaccination situation of children in a neighborhood of Belém, Pará, 12-14 nov. 2014. Available at: http://www.coesa.ufpa.br/arquivos/2014/expandidos/relatoexperiencia/REL266.pdf. Accessed on: 11 May 2016.
[13] FIGUEIREDO, Glória Lúcia Alves. (2011). Family experiences in the immunization of Brazilian children under two years old. Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem, São Paulo, n. 19, Jun. Available at: http://www.scielo.br/pdf/rlae/v19n3/en_20.pdf. Accessed on: 13 Apr. 2014.
[14] FRANCA, Inácia Sátiro Xavier de et al. (2009). Vaccine coverage and infant mortality in Campina Grande, PB, Brazil. Revista Brasileira de Enfermagem, Brasília, v. 62, n. 2, p. 258-271, Apr. Available at: http://www.scielo.br/pdf/reben/v62n2/a14v62n2.pdf. Accessed on: May 10, 2016.
[15] GUTIERREZ, Denise Machado Duran; MINAYO, Maria Cecília de Souza. (2010) Production of knowledge about health care within the family. Science & Collective Health, Rio de Janeiro, v. 15, suppl. 1, p. 1497-1508, Jun. Available at: http://www.scielo.br/pdf/csc/v15s1/062.pdf. Accessed on: 11 May 2016.
[16] HORBUCH, A; STEFANO, S. R. (2008). Organizational motivation: a study in the Prudentópolis-PR hotels. Revista Eletrônica Lato Sensu, year 3, no. 1, mar.
[17] MASSUIA, Dalva Rodrigues; MENDES, José Dinio Vaz. (2010). Satisfaction Survey of SUS Users. Coordinator of Disease Control/SES, São Paulo. Available at: http://portal.saude.sp.gov.br/resources/ses/perfil/gestor/homepage//gais-informa/revista_satisfacao_sus.pdf. Accessed on: 20 May 2016.
[18] MEDEIROS, Cássia Regina Gotler et al. (2010). The turnover of nurses and physicians: an impasse in the implementation of the Family Health Strategy. Science & Collective Health, Rio de Janeiro, v. 15, s. 1, p. 1521-1531, Jun. Available at: http://www.scielo.br/pdf/csc/v15s1/064.pdf. Access in: 4 april. 2016.
[19] OLIVEIRA, Valéria Conceição. (2013). Nursing supervision in the vaccine room: the nurse's perception. Text Context Nursing, Florianópolis. Oct-Dec; 22 (4): 1015-2. Available at: http://www.scielo.br/pdf/tce/v22n4/18.pdf. Accessed on May 10, 2016.
[20] PEREIRA, Maria Aparecida Diniz; BARBOSA, Sandra R. de Souza. (2007). Nursing care in immunization: the myths and the truth. Journal of Environment and Health, Minas Gerais, v.2, n.1, p. 76-88. Available at: http://www.faculdadedofuturo.edu.br/revista/2007/pdfs/RMAS%202(1)%207688.pdf. Access in: 4 april. 2016.
[21] PIACENTINI, Sabrina; CONTRERA-MORENO, Luciana. (2011). Adverse events after vaccination in the municipality of Campo Grande (MS, Brazil). Science & Collective Health, Mato Grosso do Sul, v. 16, n.2, p. 531-536. Available at: http://www.scielo.br/pdf/csc/v16n2/v16n2a16.pdf. Accessed on: 22 May 2016.
[22] RAMOS, Camilo Ferreira et al. (2010). Compliance with the schedule of vaccination of children in a family health unit. Pan-Amazonian Health Magazine, Ananindeua, v. 1, n. 2, p. 55-60, jun. Available at: http://scielo.iec.pa.gov.br/pdf/rpas/v1n2/es_v1n2a06.pdf. Accessed on: 12 Apr. 2014.
[23] ROBBINS, S. P. (2008). Fundamentals of organizational behavior. São Paulo: Prentice Hall.
[24] ROCHA, Jesanne Barguil Brasileiro; Zeitoune, Regina Célia. (2007). Profile of the nurses of the Family Health Program: a need to discuss professional practice. Journal of Nursing-UERJ, Rio de Janeiro, v. 15, n. 1, p. 46-52, Jan-Mar. Available at: http://www.facenf.uerj.br/v15n1/v15n1a07.pdf. Accessed on: 03 jun. 2016.
[25] SANTOS, Leiliane Bezerra. et al. (2011). Mothers' perception of the importance of infant immunization. Rene Magazine. Fortaleza, v.12, n.3. Available at: http://www.redalyc.org/articulo.oa?id=324027976024. Accessed on: 04 Mar. 2014.
[26] SILVA, Fernanda Dias da. (2014). Evaluation of Vaccination Coverage in the first year of life in Ceilândia-DF. 63 f. Monography (Nursing graduation) - University of Brasília - Faculty of Ceilandia. Brasília.
[27] SILVA, Vanusa; BORGE, Georgia Cristian. (2011). Survey of the vaccination coverage of children from 0 to 1 year registered in a FHU of the city of Dourados / MS. Multidisciplinary Journal of the Faculty of Biological Sciences and Health of UNIGRAN, Mato Grosso do Sul, v. 5, n. 1. Available at: http://www.unigran.br/interbio/paginas/ed_anteriores/vol5_num2/arquivos/artigo4.pdf. Accessed on: 10 May 2016.
[28] SOUSA, Catrine de Jesus, VIGO, Zaira de Lima; PALMEIRA, Cátia Suely. (2012). Understanding parents about the importance of childhood vaccination. Revista Enfermagem Contemporânea, Salvador, p. 44-58, Dec. Available at: . Accessed on: 11 May 2016.
[29] TERTULIANO, Gisele Cristina; STEIN, Airton Tetelbom. (2011). Vaccine delay and its determinants: a study in the locality served by the Family Health Strategy. Science & Collective Health, Rio de Janeiro, v. 16, n. 2. Available at: http://www.scielo.br/pdf/csc/v16n2/v16n2a15.pdf. Accessed on: 26 Mar. 2014.
[30] VASCONCELOS, Mara; GRILLO, Maria José; CABRAL, Sônia Maria. (2009). Module. 4: pedagogical practices in basic health care. Technologies to approach the individual, family and community. Belo Horizonte: Editora UFMG - Nescon UFMG. p. 70. Available at: https://www.nescon.medicina.ufmg.br/biblioteca/imagem/1704.pdf. Accessed on: May 10, 2016.
[31] VASCONCELOS, Viviane Mamede et al. (2012). Nursing and health education: perceptions of mothers in family health strategy. Anna Nery School, Rio de Janeiro, v. 16, n. 2, p. 326-331, Jun. Available at: . Accessed on: May 10, 2016.
[32] YOKOKURA, Ana Valéria Carvalho Pires et al. (2006). Vaccination coverage and factors associated with incomplete basic vaccination schedule at 12 months of age, São Luís, Maranhão, Brazil. Public Health Report, Rio de Janeiro, v. 29, n. 3, p. 522-534, Mar. 2013. Available at: http://www.scielosp.org/pdf/csp/v29n3/a10v29n3.pdf. Accessed on: 10 Apr. 2014.