Rivanha Soares Pinto SaraivaNGO-Association , Brazil
Title: Continuous quality improvement in specialized education programs, with a focus on optimization of care for metabolic pathologies such as obesity and diabetes
Endocrine disorders such as diabetes compromise human physiology. causing in patients with a sudden diagnosis, what we call psychological disorders and social life, that is, changes in social life, in self-acceptance and in the difficulty of living with the pathology. The challenging objective of the health professional is to transmit the acute condition to the patient and chronic diseases, as well as the specificity of the benefit of adequate treatment. The professional of Well-qualified health professionals tend to be encouraged by differentiated care based on family acceptance, climbing the pillars of effective treatment. The organizational factors of care management and the decentralization of insulin stocks is a public health issue. However, the contribution of health promotion and prevention through the training of all professionals is extremely important. Since, post-pandemic, the level of metabolic impairment resulting from obesity is evolving considerably towards heart disease and diabetes, it is estimated that more than 642 million people by the year 2035 may have diabetes with complications and comorbidities. Patients diagnosed late with hyperglycemia may result in a higher risk of hospitalization and death or abruptly progress to ischemic/hemorrhagic stroke. Effective training of specialist and primary care professionals can reduce modifiable metabolic disorders such as hypertensive coagulopathies.
My name is Rivanha Soares Pinto Saraiva, I am Master in Health Management, Graduated in Hospital Management, Clinical Analysis and Microbiology, Teaching in Higher Education, Bachelor in Biomedicine and Nursing Technique.
She has 22 years of experience as a health professional, working as a biomedical pathologist and nursing technician in basic and hospital units. In health management, she is vice-president of an NGO-Association that cares for diabetics. It is qualified in humanized training and its skillful administrative management in the philanthropic health association corroborates with the prevention and guidance of diabetics, having served since 2015 more than 4500 people, including adults and children, distributed in 14 municipalities in the state of Paraíba, northeast region of Brazil, making its work the most significant national program of its kind. Their health skills earned them the 2021 and 2022 Biomedical Recognition Award, granted by the Federal Council of Biomedicine. In addition to being co-author of the book Herois da Saúde, the work is aimed at health professionals, with reports of personal and professional experiences.