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Care rituals operated by families during the gestational process: an ethnographic study

Lisie Alende Prates, Andrêssa Batista Possati, Marcella Simões Timm, Luiza Cremonese, Juliane Scarton, Lúcia Beatriz Ressel

Abstract


Aim:  to  know  the  care  rituals  developed  by  the  family  in  the gestational process. Method: ethnographic research, to be developed during the months of April and December 2016, with pregnant women and their families in their homes. Will be adopted the model of observation-participation-reflection and in-depth interview. Will be used a diary to record the data. The study has fundamentals of data analysis of the ethnonursing.  Expected  results:  to  contribute  to  the  construction  of  knowledge  in  the field  of  nursing,  enabling  reflection  on  the  importance  of  valuing  the  care  rituals developed by the family in the gestational process, as well as the cultural characteristics and the uniqueness of each family context.

Keywords


Ceremonial Behavior; Qualitative Research; Health; Family Relations

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.17665/1676-4285.20165571