Perspectivas de um graduando de educação física no PET-Saúde Interprofissionalidade
Montera, Flávio Casetta
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In an attempt to guide the training of health professionals, the National Curriculum Guidelines (DCN) were proposed for higher education, which, for the area of Physical Education, was established by Resolution No. 7, of March 31 2004, which instituted the National Curriculum Guidelines for the referred course. Even so, several years after the institution of the DCN for higher education, the Physical Education course still presents some weaknesses in the teaching-learning process. Thus, it is necessary to structure and elaborate a counter-hegemonic curricular proposal, in an attempt to break with the organization and execution of curriculum frameworks that intensify the dichotomy between theory and practice. Thus, the creation of the Department of Labor Management and Health Education (SGTES), in 2003, made it possible for the Ministry of Health (MS) and Education (MEC) to formulate policies inducing this change. Among them, the Education through Work for Health Program (PET-Saúde) stands out, which instigated the elaboration of this study. Therefore, the objective of this work is to analyze the perspectives of a Physical Education student in the public health network of São Carlos, through PET-Saúde Interprofessionalidade. For that, the work was guided by qualitative, autobiographical research and used the memorial descriptive (MD) as a source of information collection. Data analysis took place from the elaboration of the following categories: 1) Curriculum/structural weaknesses of Physical Education as an area of public health, in which teaching centered on biological content is located, emphasizing the technical-scientific character, making it difficult to understand the social reality, the distance between departments and interaction between courses in the health area; 2) PET-Health Interprofessionality: some weaknesses, indicating the conflict/incompatibility of time, the difficulty of communication and municipal management to coordinate teamwork/network; and 3) PET-Saúde Interprofessionalidade: potentials, revealing the expansion of vision articulator that breaks with disciplinary thinking, fragmented and shattered, providing new approaches between students and users, which, through teamwork, provides a more integral and humanistic health. In this way, it is necessary to pay more attention, elaborate, develop and transform successful programs, such as PET-Saúde Interprofessionalidade into pedagogical projects and consistent public policies for the training of future professionals in the area of health, which, in addition to the theoretical and practical successes of the SUS, make it possible to provide, significantly, the construction of a quality public health service for all.
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