A produção brasileira sobre o projeto terapêutico singular: revisão de escopo
Depole, Bárbara de Fátima
The Singular Therapeutic Project, according to the definition of the National Policy of Humanization - Extended Clinic, Reference Team and Singular Therapeutic Project, is a set of proposals for articulated therapeutic care, for individual or collective, resulted from collective discussion of an interdisciplinary team. It is a device for coproduction and co-management of the therapeutic process that must be incorporated by health services in Brazil. The academic production around this theoretical-practical device was the object of this study, aiming to analyze the Brazilian scientific production on the use of Singular Therapeutic Project in the field of health in general and its possible articulations with Occupational Therapy. For this, a literature review was conducted, with emphasis on a specific approach called scope review. This review is focused on a process of mapping relevant literature in a particular area of interest to summare the knowledge about a given research topic. The guiding question of this research was "What has been produced in Brazil about Singular Therapeutic Project?". To identify the studies, a search was made in the Virtual Health Library Network. The descriptors were: Individual Therapeutic Project OR Singular Therapeutic Project. In total, 40 studies from the scientific literature and four gray literature studies were analyzed. The studies pointed out that the use of the Singular Therapeutic Project concept is transversal to different areas of knowledge, and for diverse purposes, among them, the clinic, training and management. It was possible to describe that the Singular Therapeutic Project in the field of health is used as an instrument, device and / or tool that enables user autonomy, directs team actions and builds an interdisciplinary clinic, in spaces of care to mental health and over time, has been gaining more and more space in management and other health care areas, integrating and qualifying teamwork mainly in primary health care.