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On Primary Health Care and Teaching literacy: Science and Education Professionals in Training

Journal: International Journal of Advanced Engineering Research and Science (Vol.9, No. 11)

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Page : 080-085

Keywords : Primary Health Care; teaching literacy; formation.;

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This research aimed to discuss, scientifically, about Primary Health Care and Teaching Literacy, reflecting on science and education professionals in training, both initial and continued. Not only from biopolitical perspective lenses (FOUCAULT, 2002), our analyses gain corporality when we resort to the need that these health professionals (doctors, nurses, physiotherapists, health agents, speech therapists, etc.) and education (teachers, pedagogues, psychopedagogues) are in constant training processes. We understand that there is a need for training for these professionals, and the ideal is that there are restructurings and resignifications through literacy techniques tied to new educational technologies. Thus, the objective of our work is to discuss how training and training processes for health and education professionals are essential to improve the execution of their practices, in addition to contributing to the refiguration of training materials from ministries (Health [HS] and Education [MEC]). Therefore, we present strategies to enhance the practice of these professionals aiming for excellence in the spheres of work.

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