PHC gaps for people with stigmatized manifestations of functional diversity (with disabilities): A participatory and integrative review
Keywords:Disable Persons, Primary Health Care, Intersectional Framework, Unified Health System, Human Rights
This paper maps the gaps in Primary Health Care perceived and experienced by disabled persons to subsidize health care network, starting from collective appropriation of academic and technical-institutional production. The methodology consisted in integrative and participative literature review, selecting papers from 2008 to 2021, in the following bases: Lilacs, Embase, PubMed, Scopus and Web of Science and Google Scholar databases. The chosen studies were discussed over a year with researchers, in simultaneous stages, health workers and managers, disabled people and social movement leaders. The theoretical framework is inspired by the emancipatory critical theory and considers the centrality of intersectionality for the understanding of health inequities mobilized by disability and for the proposition of public policies. It was identified that the observed progress in the proposal of a comprehensive primary care does not fully materialize for disabled persons, who face, when accessing Primary Health Care services, limiting or preventing barriers to the bond formation, the resignification of this group, the resoluteness of the comprehensive and coordinated health, from prevention and health promotion, fragmenting care and impacting in the quality of care offered with disproportionate effects for this population. Overcoming these gaps is a fundamental challenge for the policy of attention to disabled persons.
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Copyright (c) 2022 Lais Costa da Silveira, Carolina Nascimento, Annibal Amorim, Sonia Gertner, Maria Helena Magalhães de Mendonça, Cinthya Pereira da Silva Rodrigues Freitas, Isadora Vianna Sento-Sé, Maira Covre-Sussai
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