Journal of Multiprofessional Health Research 2022-08-04T22:50:22-03:00 Prof. Dr. Magno Merces Open Journal Systems <p>The Journal of Multiprofessional Health Research -JMHR (ISSN 2675-8849) is an open access, peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary scientific journal, with publications in continuous flow, linked to Editora Sanus. It covers the following areas of knowledge: Health Sciences, Public Health, Human and Animal Medicine. Thus, it ratifies its interdisciplinary and multiprofessional character regarding the dissemination of scientific knowledge.</p> <p><strong>Open Access - </strong>free for readers, with article processing charges (APC) paid by authors or their institutions.</p> <p><strong>Indexing - </strong>Directory of Research Journals Indexing (DRJI); Google Scholar; Microsoft Academic; Sumários de Revistas Brasileiras (Sumá</p> <p><strong>Reviewer Recognition -</strong> Reviewers who provide full peer review reports receive vouchers that give them a discount on the APC for their next publication in any Editora Sanus magazine.</p> The day-to-day life of Family and Community Medicine: What it was like to be a resident in "Covidian" times 2022-01-24T18:12:19-03:00 Luzia Poliana Anjos da Silva Leila Guedes Pitangueiras Mazarakis <p><strong>Introduction: </strong>Family and Community Medicine (MFC) has been growing exponentially in the world, especially in countries with universal health systems, such as England and Canada, in Latin America, Europe and in the Arab Emirates, MFC has been showing good results in overcoming the biomedical model and focusing on primary health care to overcome health inequalities. However, the daily practice in SUS is challenging with many complex problem situations involving several subspecialties, and how to handle with hard technologies, with little therapeutic arsenal available, especially in large cities with low ESF coverage such as Salvador. <strong>Objective:</strong> To analyze, from the perspective of the experience report, how was the path of medical residency after the COVID-19 pandemic19. <strong>Methodology:</strong> Description of an experience report from the perspective of Mynayo's qualitative analysis, focusing on the potential and challenges of the resident's role in primary health care. <strong>Results:</strong> The experience report reveals the daily life in primary health care and raises questions such as the medical residency being conducted and the role of MFC in the front line of the pandemic. <strong>Conclusions:</strong> Medical residency is a time of challenge and in-service learning with the new coronavirus pandemic, bringing the biggest public health crisis of the century. The reality has changed, and the many hours inside the COVID-19 room have changed the learning landscape and brought repercussions for training in family health.</p> 2022-10-14T00:00:00-03:00 Copyright (c) 2022 Journal of Multiprofessional Health Research