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Constructing intersectorality in the field of occupational health: perspective of professionals in the services network of the City of São Paulo


Activities developed in the field of occupational health extend beyond a narrow definition of health to include aspects of social security, justice, and work. Objectives: Knowing how to analyze and lend visibility to the work processes of people involved at different points in the field of occupational health public policy and to consider the proposed intersectionality raised by the National Policy for Occupation Health and Safety (PNSST); Detect overlaps and gaps and develop advances to consolidate the intra- and intersectoral networks in order to activate an integrated, comprehensive system for attention to workers' health. Methods: This is a case study under the research-action rubric to be carried out in the city of São Paulo. Due to the number and diversity of the sectors and services involved, the design proposal is to organize them along two lines: 1) Analysis of public policy documentation, mapping the system of services that act at the interface of health and work, and interviews with key informants involved in developing policies and their respective implementation; 2) Study of the work process of those in each of the services involved, seeking explicit formulations for practices they implement and for aspects that interfere in intra and inter sectorality. Along these lines, reflection groups with guidelines from the psychodynamics of work will be prioritized, and if not possible to carry out these, in-depth interviews will be done. Expected Results. At the end of the process, it is expected to be able to transform not just the work of those who participated in the study, but to promote change in the communications process and overall work system. Key Words: Public Policy; Occupational Health and Safety Networks; Occupational Health; Work Processes; Psychodynamics of Work; Occupational Therapy. (AU)

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BARROS, JULIANA DE OLIVEIRA; BRUNI DALDON, MARIA TERESA; ROCHA, THAINA DE OLIVEIRA; SZNELWAR, LAERTE IDAL; LANCMAN, SELMA. Intersectoriality in health and work in the current brazilian context: the utopia of reality?. Interface (Botucatu), v. 24, . (14/25985-2)
ANDREA TOSHYE SATO; SELMA LANCMAN. Políticas públicas e a inserção da pessoa idosa no mercado de trabalho no Brasil. Rev. bras. geriatr. gerontol., v. 23, n. 6, . (14/25985-2)
JULIANA DE OLIVEIRA BARROS; MARIA TERESA BRUNI DALDON; THAINÁ DE OLIVEIRA ROCHA; LAERTE IDAL SZNELWAR; SELMA LANCMAN. Intersetorialidade em saúde e trabalho no contexto atual brasileiro: utopia da realidade?. Interface (Botucatu), v. 24, . (14/25985-2)
BÁRBARA IANSÃ DE LIMA BARROSO; SELMA LANCMAN. Adaptação transcultural do quadro de estruturação para a modelagem conceitual de resultados de dispositivos de tecnologia assistiva para o português (Brasil)1. CADERNOS BRASILEIROS DE TERAPIA OCUPACIONAL-BRAZILIAN JOURNAL OF OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY, v. 28, n. 2, p. 485-499, . (14/25985-2)
DE LIMA BARROSO, BARBARA IANSA; CABRAL GALVAO, CLAUDIA REGINA; DA SILVA, LUIZ BUENO; LANCMAN, SELMA. A Systematic Review of Translation and Cross-Cultural Adaptation of Instruments for the Selection of Assistive Technologies. OCCUPATIONAL THERAPY INTERNATIONAL, . (14/25985-2)

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