The Family Health Support Core (NASF) And Health Practices: Are There Many Challenges To Be Overcome?
Objective: Describe and characterize NASF health practices.
Method: It is a review of current literature carried out by consulting the database Lilacs and Virtual Library of SciELO in the period from December 2016 to January 2017.
Conclusion: It is concluded that, although the NASF is recognized as a support to the Family Health Strategy (FHS), still does not act in an articulated way, being fundamental that changes take place in the organization of the services and in the conduct of the health professionals who contemplate it.
Descriptors: Primary Health Care. Family Health; Public Health Policies. Nursing.
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