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KOLACHI, Sara Helen; BECKER, Ana Paula Sesti  and  CREPALDI, Maria Aparecida. Humanizing signs between psychology and nursing: intervention report in a neonatal intensive care center. Aletheia [online]. 2020, vol.53, n.2, pp. 142-153. ISSN 1413-0394.

The experience report aimed to develop humanization practices that promote health in the Nursing team of a Neonatal ICU in a hospital in Santa Catarina. Seven professionals participated in the activity; of these, three were nurses and four were Nursing techniques. Weekly meetings were held for one hour, and the method was structured in three modules: Module 1: Self-care; Module 2: Teamwork and Module 3: Reflective processes. Techniques of group dynamics and conversation wheels were established to reach the objectives. The results allowed for new reflections on selfknowledge, exchange of knowledge among professionals, as well as conflict resolution strategies. We suggest the continuation of interventions that advocate humanization, not only in this context, but also in several health care services.

Keywords : Humanization; Health practices; Intervention.

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