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Revista Cient..fica Multidisciplinar RECIMA21 ; 2(11), 2021.
Article in Portuguese | GIM | ID: covidwho-1727533


This integrative literature review aims to describe the importance of care provided by nursing professionals to women in pregnancy and childbirth during the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic. The integrative research methodology was applied, following the Literature Review plan by Mendes, Silveira and Galv..o (2019). The survey included primary, original articles, complete in English and Portuguese from the last 5 years. The studies were verified in the VHL, SciELO, MEDLINE, BDENF, LILACS, Bireme and academic Google. It was noted that nursing professionals had to look at the health of themselves and their patients holistically, as with the new adaptations of the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic, patients and also health professionals had to betaken care of by the fact of the challenges in the emotional sphere that both had to overcome, however, the full nursing process as a work strategy contributed to a meaningful and affective quality care, supported by concise guidelines for the care of nursing professionals and women in pregnancy and childbirth during the SARS-CoV-2 pandemic under each circumstance.

Turismo e Sociedade ; 13(2):92-106, 2020.
Article in Portuguese | CAB Abstracts | ID: covidwho-1726587


The main points contained in the "Second Training Workshop on Community Tourism and its Post Coronavirus Effects (COVID-19)" gave continuity to the objectives set out in the previous training event. In this session, it was emphasized that both workshops are part of the project "Economic development with identity: Strengthening traditional knowledge for resilience, based on tourism". This document summarizes the approach to the issues, the analysis and considerations on the next and possible challenges that the indigenous communities that develop community tourism in the Bolivian territory will have to face. The Salar de Uyuni and gastronomic culture were considered as the great attractions to be developed in a new tourist offer. The ongoing pandemic represents uncertainty and forces tourism ventures to strengthen their organizational system, create a new product offering aimed at a national market, and involve all relevant institutions in a new system that supports sustainable and resilient Community tourism.

Turismo e Sociedade ; 14(1):42-57, 2021.
Article in Portuguese | CAB Abstracts | ID: covidwho-1602733


With the accelerated spread of COVID-19 and the growing impact of the economic crisis in the tourism sector, the Fund for the Development of Indigenous Peoples in Latin America and Caribbean has developed the first training workshop on Community Tourism and its effects post Coronavirus (COVID - 19). The workshop had the objective of developing training processes and training with organizations of women and young leaders on economic enterprises related to tourism and its effects post Coronavirus (COVID-19), based on traditional knowledge in order to strengthen management capacities in public policies. The main approaches focused on analyzing conventional tourism, the organizational crisis, historical resilience of the tourist activity, potentialities of the Bolivian community tourism and the current legislation among others. This context analysis, information, as well as the dialogue and reflection brought an initial conclusion that domestic tourism will be the option that guarantees the reactivation of the sector in the short term. Likewise, it was observed that for this, public and private institutions linked to the Bolivian tourism sector must invest, from now on, time and resources in order to guarantee compliance with the distancing and biosafety regulations, as well as redefining their tourism offer for the national market.