Training of the Nursing in Health of Workers Based on the Perspective of the Holism of Fritjof Capra

Introduction: The nurse in occupational health has been gaining more space in organizations, assuming an increasingly important role worth mentioning. That professional contributes to the employee's quality of life, guiding and preventing accidents in the workplace. Therefore, the concern with the formation of nursing professionals arises.

Objective: To discuss the nurse’s formation given the changes in the area of health care and occupational safety, in a perspective of changes in the labor market.

Method: Reflexive study, supported by the Holism paradigm of Fritjof Capra.

Conclusion: Regarding occupational health, there is still much to change to meet the political and market needs. Regarding the nursing training process in the occupational health perspective, holism of Fritjof applied to nursing education in occupational health transfigures as benefit to build a pedagogical approach valued by a paradigm that improves the training and practice work process in the area of occupational nursing.


Aline Dannyele Souza de Oliveira, Soraya Maria de Medeiros, Yanna Gomes de Sousa, Danielle Rezende Ferreira, Ana Elisa Pereira Chaves, Xênia Alves Freire

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