Nursing health care practices in the scenario of Portuguese-speaking countries



Palabras clave:

Nursing, Community of Portuguese-Speaking Countries, Integral Healthcare Practice.


Care is essential for men from birth to death and nursing permeates this whole process since it participates from the search for the best evidence-based health care practices to the execution of this care. These practices are present in the reception, in the construction and establishment of intersubjective bonds, and in qualified listening, aspects that constitute the elements inherent to the constitution of holistic care. Nursing is inserted in this care since it is a science committed to improving this care based on evidence-based practices. This unique contribution from nursing affects and transforms the reality of health in several countries, including those of the Portuguese language.


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de Souza Maciel Ferreira, J. E., de Oliveira, L. R., & Cavalcante, T. F. (2022). Nursing health care practices in the scenario of Portuguese-speaking countries. Cultura De Los Cuidados, 26(62), 1–6.