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FAGUNDES NETTO, Marcus Vinícius Rezende  e  KERNKRAUT, Ana Merzel. Contributions of psychoanalysis to medicine: group with residents of a clinical cancerology program. Rev. SBPH [online]. 2019, vol.22, n.spe, pp. 133-156. ISSN 1516-0858.

In our work in an oncology unit we often face the suffering of physicians who belong to the hospital's residence program in clinical cancerology. Difficulties with transference/countertransference management, precipitated in the doctor-patient relationship, the fall of the ideals concerning knowledge, as well as the feeling of impotence due to the curative impossibility of the oncological treatment, usually appears as an issue during the liaison, or, indirectly, through symptomatic productions and acting-outs. Thus, the creation of a group, as a place for elaborating such issues, was the strategy proposed to the coordination of the residency program. Therefore, we have two objectives with this article: a) to delineate and discuss the themes that were often discussed in group work; b) present the work we do, discussing its technical, methodological and theoretical strategies. We used the metapsychological diary and lacanian orientation discourse analysis as a method of recording and analyzing the clinical situations presented. We observe through our work, not only a minimization of the suffering of medical residents, but also effects in their formation, in what concerns the place given to subjectivity and transference in the medical clinic.

Palavras-chave : psychoanalysis; medicine; transference; medical training.

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