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Year: 2013  Vol. 17   Num. Suppl. 1  - Print:
BIBLIOGRAPHIC STUDY ON THE PRACTICE OF SPEECH THERAPY IN THE FIELD OF WORKER HEALTH
Author(s):
Jssica Jacomini Rocha Lemos, Helenice Yemi Nakamura
Abstract:

PURPOSE: Search literature articles that report the role of the speech therapist in the field of worker health (WH). The current study is a quantitative and qualitative search. METHOD: We conducted a bibliographic review by using the integrated search of the Universidad Estadual de Campinas and Scientific Electronic Library Online with the subject headings "worker health" and "speech therapist." The study took into consideration texts published in national magazines between 2008 and 2012 with summaries that fit the purpose of this study. RESULTS: We found 18 scientific articles within that period. One of these studies was indexed on 2 search networks and counted only 1 time. These articles were classified according to the guidelines of National Policy on Worker Health and Safety (NPWHS). We found 7 works in the audiology field, 7 in the voice field, 2 studies on or facial motricity, 1 study on health vigilance, and 1 study concerning humanization. Nine studies were published in CEFAC magazines, 6 studies were published in the Journal of the Brazilian Society of Speech; 2 studies were published by the International Association of Otolaryngology; and 1 study was published in the Brazilian Journal of Otolaryngology. The productions found that 89% of the works had an expert outlook on the speech therapy practice on WH, and 11% of the works had a generalist outlook on speech therapy practice on WH. CONCLUSION: Most productions followed the study and research guidelines of the NPWHS and had an expert look on speech therapy in ST. There is a lack of publications concerning practical actions in service. Most (83%) publications were in specific speech therapy journals.

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