Planning in the Unified Health System: analysis of the agenda for body practices and physical activities at federal level between 2004 and 2023
Keywords:health planning, health programs and plans, health policy, public health
Body practices and physical activities (BPPA) have been incorporated into the services of the Unified Health System (SUS), with the Health Academy Program as its main exponent. However, planning, which expresses the responsibilities of managers regarding the population's health, has not yet been investigated to make these practices effective as public health policies. Thus, the aim of this manuscript was to analyze the formulation and development of the agenda for BPPA promotion from the planning instruments of the federal level of the SUS - National Health Plan, Annual Health Programming and Annual Management Report, from 2004 to 2023. Through an analytical-descriptive study based on documentary research, a search was carried out for terms such as: (in)physical activity; physically active; physical exercise; body practices; among others. The formulation and development of the BPPA promotion agenda were mainly related to facing chronic noncommunicable diseases, and there was an important disparity between what was planned and what was executed, to the detriment of the expansion of Health Academy. With the historic rescue of the BPPA agenda in SUS presented, debates and initiatives are allowed with a view to making them effective as a public health policy.
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