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Activities have a multidisciplinary team

With the theme of the prevention of covid-19 during the return to face-to-face lessons, the School Health Program (PSE) began, this Tuesday (8), its activities at the CIEP 125 Professor Paulo Roberto Macedo do Amaral, in Mutondo. For the occasion, a team of nurses, psychologists, nutritionists and community health workers has been appointed to be distributed among the classes from kindergarten to grade 5.

Washing your hands, wearing a mask, knowing how to greet, among other preventive gestures were on the program for the day. The 102 units concerned by the project will receive 13 actions, ranging from the prevention of covid-19 to the promotion of bodily practices, physical activity and leisure in schools.

“As a multi-professional team, we feel privileged to transmit information that will contribute to a better quality of life and are gratified by the feedback received from the students”, commented the coordinator of the PES, Mônica Marques.

The director of Ciep 125, Ana Lúcia Palmeirim, pointed out that the PSE is very relevant and that, since last year, it has carried out activities that enrich the school’s work with students.

“The program that is being developed on covid-19 comes at a very important moment, when our students return to face-to-face, in an integral way. We still have to surround them with care and advice, so that they don’t “remember to maintain hygiene habits and concern for their health. Talking about covid and listening to news reports only adds to the learning. This partnership has been very valuable for our trajectory and for our school community”, said Ana Lúcia Palmeirim.

The 13 actions of the PES are:

1 – Control actions against the Aedes aegypti mosquito.

2 – Promotion of bodily practices, physical activity and leisure in schools.

3 – Prevention of the consumption of alcohol, tobacco, crack and other drugs.

4 – Promotion of a culture of peace, citizenship and human rights.

5 – Prevention of violence and accidents.

6 – Identification of students showing possible signs of aggravation of diseases in elimination.

7 – Promotion and evaluation of oral health and topical application of fluoride.

8 – Verification of vaccination status.

9 – Promotion of food and nutritional security and healthy eating and prevention of childhood obesity.

10 – Promoting hearing health and identifying students with possible signs of impairment.

11 – Sexual and reproductive rights and prevention of STDs/AIDS.

12 – Promotion of eye health and identification of students showing possible signs of impairment.

13 – Covid-19 prevention action.

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