AbstractAims: to verify the understanding of professionals regarding the Ongoing Health Education and the Standard Operation Proceedings (SOP); to identify if the health team uses the SOP during care procedures to the patient under hemodialysis; to describe possible challenges to implement SOP by the team that assists hemodialysis; to implement the Ongoing Education program to assist the use of SOP in the Dialysis Center; to elaborate a computer software that will facilitate the use of SOP. Method: this is a descriptive study, based on Convergent Care Research; qualitative approach; data collection through semi-structured interviews and workshops. Registered in photographs and audio-recording. Participants: staff members and resident physicians of the Dialysis Center of the Antonio Pedro College hospital. Criteria of inclusion: staff members at service and working in the Dialysis Center. Treatment of information: analysis of content, according to Bardin, for the interviews; and analysis of discourse for the workshops, according to the theoretical reference of Paulo Freire. Results: this study will provoke the discussion over the importance of Ongoing Education in hemodialysis
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