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SEMERGEN, Soc. Esp. Med. Rural Gen. (Ed. Impr.) ; 46(8): 538-544, nov.-dic. 2020. tab, graf
Artículo en Español | IBECS-Express | IBECS | ID: ibc-FGT-5931

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OBJETIVO: Analizar el nivel de preparación, conocimiento y experiencia sobre la violencia de género de las/os tutoras/es médicas/os y las/os residentes de medicina de familia de las Unidades Docentes de Atención Familiar y Comunitaria de Galicia. MÉTODO: Estudio descriptivo transversal en las siete Unidades Docentes de Atención Familiar y Comunitaria de Galicia. Se utilizó el cuestionario Physician Readiness Manage Intimate Violence Survey (PREMIS), en su versión validada en español. Esta encuesta permite recoger información de las/os profesionales sanitarios de atención primaria sobre sus actitudes, conocimientos y prácticas con respecto a la violencia de género. Se realizó análisis estadístico descriptivo y comparativo de los datos. RESULTADOS: Se recibieron 159 cuestionarios, 72,32% procedían de mujeres, 59,1% de las respuestas fueron de médicas/os tutoras/es. Se apreció que existían diferencias estadísticamente significativas en la detección/diagnóstico de violencia a favor que aquellas/os profesionales que tenían conocimiento del protocolo de violencia de género o que habían recibido formación sobre esta materia (p < 0,01). En la autopercepción de la formación sobre violencia de género se observaron peores resultados con significación estadística en aquellas/os profesionales con mayor carga asistencial (p < 0,05). CONCLUSIONES: Haber recibido formación o conocer el protocolo de atención sanitaria se asocia con una mayor detección de casos de violencia de género. Se ha constatado déficit en formación en violencia de género tanto en tutoras/es como en residentes de medicina de familia, especialmente en los que tienen mayor carga asistencial, por lo que es una prioridad desarrollar estrategias de formación médica en este campo


OBJECTIVE: To analyse the level of preparation, knowledge and experience of gender violence of medical tutors and family medicine trainees of the Teaching Units of Family and Community Care of Galicia. METHODS: Descriptive cross-sectional study conducted in the 7 Teaching Units of Family and Community Care in Galicia. The Physician Readiness Manage Intimate Violence Survey (PREMIS), in its validated version in Spanish was used. This survey allows the collection of information from primary health care professionals about their attitudes, knowledge, and practices as regards gender violence. A descriptive and comparative statistical analysis was performed on the data. RESULTS: Out of a total of 159 questionnaires received, 72.32% came from women, and 59.1% of the responses were from doctors / tutors. It was noted that there were statistically significant differences in the detection / diagnosis of violence by those professionals who were aware of the gender violence protocol or who had received training in this area (P<.01). In the self-perception of gender violence training, statistically significant worse results were observed in those professionals with greater care burden (P<.05). CONCLUSIONS: Having received training or knowing the health care protocol on gender violence is associated with greater detection of cases of gender violence. There has been a deficit in training in gender-based violence both in tutors and in family medicine residents, especially in those with greater care burden, so it is a priority to develop medical training strategies in this field

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Semergen ; 46(8): 538-544, 2020.
Artículo en Español | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-32536438

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OBJECTIVE: To analyse the level of preparation, knowledge and experience of gender violence of medical tutors and family medicine trainees of the Teaching Units of Family and Community Care of Galicia. METHODS: Descriptive cross-sectional study conducted in the 7 Teaching Units of Family and Community Care in Galicia. The Physician Readiness Manage Intimate Violence Survey (PREMIS), in its validated version in Spanish was used. This survey allows the collection of information from primary health care professionals about their attitudes, knowledge, and practices as regards gender violence. A descriptive and comparative statistical analysis was performed on the data. RESULTS: Out of a total of 159 questionnaires received, 72.32% came from women, and 59.1% of the responses were from doctors / tutors. It was noted that there were statistically significant differences in the detection / diagnosis of violence by those professionals who were aware of the gender violence protocol or who had received training in this area (P<.01). In the self-perception of gender violence training, statistically significant worse results were observed in those professionals with greater care burden (P<.05). CONCLUSIONS: Having received training or knowing the health care protocol on gender violence is associated with greater detection of cases of gender violence. There has been a deficit in training in gender-based violence both in tutors and in family medicine residents, especially in those with greater care burden, so it is a priority to develop medical training strategies in this field.

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