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Title: Dilemas das redes de cooperação interorganizacionais e a formação dos profissionais de saúde. O caso da Enfermagem
Authors: Arco, Helena
Silva, Carlos
Keywords: Redes sociais
Issue Date: 2012
Publisher: Associação Portuguesa de Sociologia
Abstract: Supported by the indispensability of the resource sharing, health care organizations and university teaching organizations search for understanding platforms and action schemes to better respond to the learning needs in loco of the nursing students’ clinical training, the professionals’ continuous training as well as the demands of their community. Bearing in mind such assumptions there is a need for the promotion of such debate and of the sociological discussion about the logic cooperation network between university and health care organizations, questioning on one hand, the different government forms of the network actions, and on the other hand, the emancipator strategy towards knowledge development and susceptible of generating health capital. To answer these questions we made our research in twelve organizations (eleven are health organisations and one higher nursing education) using qualitative methodologies and also the network analysis techniques, namely through the use of the applications UCINET and NETDRAW. In this study we unveiled the structure; content and dynamic of the established inter organizational relations, checking the existence of a cooperation supported by a formal and informal relation network, which use norms, but also in symbolic and ideological values related to the profession, but also the of trust and friendship relations who were themselves conditioners of their functioning.
Type: article
Appears in Collections:SOC - Artigos em Livros de Actas/Proceedings

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