Camila Foresti Lemos
School of Health Sciences (ESCS), Brazil
Camila Foresti Lemos is a Nurse, has worked for four years in the private area and for six years as a public servant. She loves to take care of children and has a profile for acting in an emergency unit. However, she faces in Brazil the difficulties of standardization of routines that promote the constant evaluation of patient safety in public hospitals. The difficulties for the system of nursing assistance instigate her to conduct research that seeks to contribute to nursing assistance in Brazil. She has worked for four years in an adult intensive care unit. She is a Postgraduate in Nephrology Nursing, and has a Master's degree from the University of Brasília. She acted in the last six years with children in a public hospital in Brazil; of these four years she was in the pediatric surgical clinic and also attended children with fecal incontinence and intestinal constipation. She is currently a Researcher, Nurse Controller of the hospital admission regulation service of the Federal District and Professor at the School of Health Sciences in Brasilia, DF, Brazil (ESCS).