Autonomia na unidade de terapia intensiva: comecemos por cuidar de nós
Vargas, Ambrosina Oliveira
Ramos, Flávia Regina Souza
Revista brasileira de enfermagem 2010 Nov-Dec; 63(6): 956-63
This study, a qualitative investigation anchored in Foucaltian analysis with approximations to post-structuralist theory, explores the question of autonomy as one of the tensions of nursing performance/knowledge which can be discursively articulated to bioethics and to techno biomedicine. From such perspective, from the multiples vies that may emerge to completing a critical reading of the analyzed texts (articles produced by nurses) and of the interviews with intensive care nurses, the theme of autonomy was analytically explored from the concept of self-care, unfolding itself into categories which express privileging: morals as obedience to the Law; conduct and morals concerning technical knowledge; self-governing in its confront with technique. These are configured as ethical possibilities for the intensive care nurse/subject, not as sequential or competitive stages, but connected and confluent in the experience of the current historical period.
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