Cotidiano feminino da vivência com o HIV em grupo de autoajuda

@article{Lemos2011CotidianoFD,
  title={Cotidiano feminino da viv{\^e}ncia com o HIV em grupo de autoajuda},
  author={L. Lemos and Maria Luciana Teles Fiuza and Marli Teresinha Gimeniz Galv{\~a}o},
  journal={Northeast Network Nursing Journal},
  year={2011},
  volume={12},
  pages={613-620}
}
Objetivou-se apreender as reflexoes acerca das experiencias de mulheres na vivencia do HIV. Estudo documental retrospectivo o qual avaliou registros de participacoes de mulheres em grupo de autoajuda desenvolvido em ambulatorio de referencia para HIV/aids, em Fortaleza, nos anos de 2008 e 2009. Relatorio de 90 grupos indicou participacao de 25 mulheres. Falas e depoimentos registrados durante as atividades grupais foram analisados e categorizados. Os dados apontam revolta e medo ante a… Expand
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