PREDICTIVE FACTORS AND OBSTACLES TO THE APPLICATION OF THE NATIONAL COMPREHENSIVE CARE POLICY TO MEN'S HEALTH: AN INTEGRATIVE REVIEW

Authors

  • Iasmin Belém Silva Queiroz Mestrando da Atenas College University
  • Allex Sobral de Sousa https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5237-6507
  • Cícera Alves de Luna Universidade Athenas College.
  • Samyra Maria Lima Sampaio Universidade Athenas College.
  • Joanacele Gorgonho Ribeiro Nóbrega Universidade Athenas College
  • Marta Coêlho Bezerra Dantas Universidade Athenas College
  • Maria Aparecida Feitosa Candido Herculano Universidade Athenas College
  • Dayse Christina Rodrigues Pereira Luz UNIJUAZEIRO
  • Willma José de Santana UNIJUAZEIRO

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14295/aimj.v5i9.129

Abstract

Abstract: Male health has been little discussed for a long time, although men constitute a prominent population in causes of morbidity and mortality and present socio-cultural factors that contribute to this epidemiological health condition of this public. The aim of this study was to identify in the literature the predictive factors and obstacles to the application of the National Policy for Integral Attention to Men's Health. To this end, it was decided to carry out an integrative review with a qualitative approach using the databases LILACS, PubMed and SciELO, studies in Portuguese, English and Spanish, available in full and published in the period from 2014 to 2020. Apart from combination of the following descriptors (DeCS): "Public Policy", "Nursing" and "Men's Health". The study sample consisted of 11 articles, building two thematic categories: Predictive factors and obstacles to the application of the National Policy for Integral Attention to Men's Health. The articles showed a compendium of important knowledge about men's health, identifying the main factors and obstacles such as gender barriers and inattention to male singularities and vulnerabilities. Therefore, it is recommended that these issues be addressed within the scope of primary health care, aiming at a more holistic and integral view of men's health, as well as an expectation of action in relation to this policy that provides greater participation and empowerment of the man in his own health. The study can spark new research and reflections on the subject, so that the male health scenario is improved.

 

Keywords: Public Policies. Nursing. Men's Health

Author Biographies

Iasmin Belém Silva Queiroz, Mestrando da Atenas College University

Fisioterapia

Allex Sobral de Sousa

2 Master's student in Public Policy at Universidade Athenas College. Email: allexsobralfisio@hotmail.com;

Cícera Alves de Luna, Universidade Athenas College.

3 Master's student in Public Policy at Universidade Athenas College. Email: cicinha_luna@hotmail.com;

Samyra Maria Lima Sampaio, Universidade Athenas College.

4 Master's student in Public Policy at Universidade Athenas College. Email: samyrasampaio3@hotmail.com;

Joanacele Gorgonho Ribeiro Nóbrega, Universidade Athenas College

5 Master's student in Public Policy at Universidade Athenas College. Email: joanacelegorgonho@hotmail.com;

Marta Coêlho Bezerra Dantas, Universidade Athenas College

6 Master's student in Public Policy at Universidade Athenas College. Email: martha_30jpeg@hotmail.com;

Maria Aparecida Feitosa Candido Herculano, Universidade Athenas College

7 Master's student in Public Policy at Universidade Athenas College. Email: cidinhacandido@gmail.com;

Dayse Christina Rodrigues Pereira Luz, UNIJUAZEIRO

8 Post Doctoral Student in Health Sciences at the Health University Center of ABC-FMABC, Professor at the University Center of Juazeiro do Norte - UNIJUAZEIRO. Email: dayse.dcrp@hotmail.com;

Willma José de Santana, UNIJUAZEIRO

9 Post Doctoral Student in Health Sciences - FMABC, PhD in Biological Sciences at UFPE and Professor at Centro Universitário de Juazeiro do Norte - UNIJUAZEIRO and Faculty of Technology - FATEC - CARIRI. Email: wjsantana@hotmail.com.

 

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Published

2020-07-30

How to Cite

Queiroz, I. B. S., Sousa, A. S. de, Luna, C. A. de, Sampaio, S. M. L., Nóbrega, J. G. R., Dantas, M. C. B., Herculano, M. A. F. C., Luz, D. C. R. P., & Santana, W. J. de. (2020). PREDICTIVE FACTORS AND OBSTACLES TO THE APPLICATION OF THE NATIONAL COMPREHENSIVE CARE POLICY TO MEN’S HEALTH: AN INTEGRATIVE REVIEW. Amadeus International Multidisciplinary Journal, 5(9), 103–118. https://doi.org/10.14295/aimj.v5i9.129

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