Po115 Pró-Matre Maternity Hospital: Health Attention Network/stork Network Pethealth Experience

Ana Rosa Murad Szpilman1, Monica Barros de Pontes2, WANÊSSA LACERDA POTON3 e Patricia Giesbrecht4
1Universidade Vila velha (UVV); 2University Vila Velha; 3Vila Velha University; 4Universidade Vila Velha, Espírito Santo
The infantile mortality rate, that reflects the society life conditions, in Holly Spirit State, in Brazil, in 2011, was 11,9. The majority of children’s deaths can be avoided, as long as the qualified health service access is assured, in opportune time. It is intended to describe an experience of implantation, as from the Health Ministry edict, of the Health Attention Network/Stork Network PET-Health in the Pro-matre Maternity Hospital in partnership with Vila Velha University (UVV) and Holly Spirit State Health Secretariat (SESA). The activities started in August 2013, with two tutorials groups, Stork Network and Baby FriendlyHospital Initiative (BFHI), conducted by three tutors from UVV and twelve preceptors from Pró-matre Maternity Hospital following up 28 students from Medicine, Nursing, Physiotherapy and Psychology courses, coherent with an interdisciplinary practice performed in the new born and women attention during the pregnant and puerperal cycle. The groups are developing intervention projects, researches and effective actions, following and acting in everyday maternity and its team. In the beginning it was offered a qualification cycle and the practice internship began in September 2013. As the activities started, the preceptors were getting organized and interacted creating a true research and multiprofessional acting community. There are many projects in progress – Hypothermia and neonatal infection; Episiotomy; Congenital Syphilis Incidence; caesarean infection; neonatal mortality; maternal mortality; oxytocin administration; parturient reception system; director collegiate implantation; Child Friend Hospital Initiative implantation; qualified practices on delivery and childbirth attention; and so on. As from the groups’ interventions, a great change in the new born and parturient attention proposals happened. In a few months, counting with the management support, there was a significant decrease in the puerperal breast fissures, increase in the first hour labour room breastfeeding, use of non medicamental techniques to relief labour pain and other techniques to develop a humanized labour. From these changes, the maternity hospital image by the medical class and the community is converting from negative to positive. Notice that the experience has all the conjectures to be successful and to achieve the assistance qualification, impacting in the infantile mortality, but we still have a long way to go.
Maternal-Child Nursing. Health Education. Public Health. Delivery of Health Care.