TERRITÓRIO E ACESSO: QUESTÕES SOBRE AS POLÍTICAS DE SAÚDE
Territory and Access: Issues about Brazilian Health Policies;
Territorio y acceso: cuestiones sobre las políticas de salud brasileras
This article aims to discuss the articulations between territory and ways of having access to health, from the reflection about brazilian Health Policies and the epidemiological profile they circumscribe. It problematizes and puts under analysis some elements in order to reflect on health practices by considering both the Health Policies field and what they produce as forms of subjectivation. The text is based on a post-structuralist perspective of Social Psychology, focusing mainly on Foucauldian conceptual tools. It begins with the discussion about the relation between Health Policies and epidemiological profile; from the consideration of this relation, the problems of territory and forms of access are articulated. Based on these elements, in order to conclude the reflection, it aims to raise some issues that enable us to think about the difference produced by the encounter of health practices with the territory
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