2020, Number 3
Rev Cuba Enf 2020; 36 (3)
Martínez TN, Díaz BZ, Martínez BY, Chao FM, Dandicourt TC, Vera RJ, Elers MY
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ABSTRACTIntroduction: Nursing care practices from a public health perspective require an interdisciplinary approach.
Objective: To propose a theoretical-conceptual model that explains nursing practice from the health perspective.
Methods: A development research was carried out in the period from 2016 to 2019. A qualitative systematic procedure was used that allowed to generate the theoretical, practical and educational body.
Results: The premises and the philosophical foundations (epistemological, ethical, aesthetic, ontological and axiological), as well as the theoretical references (concepts, definitions, affirmations and assumptions) were defined from the fields of anthropology, sociology, psychology and community nursing. The interdisciplinary assumptions, and the form of integration into practice through the process of nursing care, as well as the aspects to be considered for their teaching in the classroom, were enunciated.
Conclusions: The Model considers care practices as a sociocultural and interdisciplinary product in which the participants are active subjects, since they provide knowledge to their relationship from their health perspective.