Your browser doesn't support javascript.
Mostrar: 20 | 50 | 100
Resultados 1 - 20 de 83
Filtrar
2.
Enferm. clín. (Ed. impr.) ; 29(6): 352-356, nov.-dic. 2019. tab
Artículo en Español | IBECS | ID: ibc-184655

RESUMEN

Desde que en 1987 se publicase el primer real decreto que regulaba las especialidades de enfermería hasta hoy mismo han transcurrido más de 30 años. Es el real decreto publicado en 2005 el que realmente permitió el desarrollo formativo de parte de las especialidades reconocidas en el mismo (enfermería familiar y comunitaria, enfermería pediátrica, enfermería geriátrica y enfermería del trabajo) ya que las enfermeras especialistas obstétrico-ginecológicas (matronas) y las especialistas de salud mental ya habían iniciado sus procesos formativos por vía de enfermero interno residente desde tiempo atrás. Hoy día, la formación de la especialidad de enfermería familiar y comunitaria ha logrado implementarse en todas las comunidades autónomas, pero no ha tenido idéntico desarrollo en cuanto a la incorporación de las especialistas en las instituciones sanitarias de los respectivos servicios de salud de las comunidades autónomas. Esta circunstancia está generando una gran desmotivación entre las enfermeras comunitarias, tanto las especialistas como quienes esperan poder obtener el título a través de la prueba excepcional. Muchos de los objetivos alcanzados hasta la fecha han sido posibles gracias al trabajo de las sociedades científicas de enfermería comunitaria (Asociación de Enfermería Comunitaria [AEC] y Federación de Asociaciones de Enfermería Comunitaria y Atención Primaria [FAECAP]), que han permitido avanzar y que el proceso no se paralizase, aunque aún son muchos los logros por alcanzar en los que las citadas sociedades científicas siguen trabajando. En una sociedad en la que el cuidado enfermero es cada vez más necesario y demandado, este debe tener una mayor consideración y posición en las políticas sanitarias, ya que ha demostrado su eficacia, y puede ser el modelo que permita hacer sostenible el sistema sanitario y, por tanto, las enfermeras especialistas en enfermería familiar y comunitaria deben dejar de ser una oportunidad para pasar a ser una realidad


More the 30 years have passed since the first Royal Decree that regulated nursing specialties was published in 1987. It is the Royal Decree published in 2005 that really allowed the training development of part of the specialties recognized in it (family and community nursing, paediatric nursing, geriatric nursing and occupational health nursing) since the obstetric-gynaecological specialist nurses (midwives) and mental health specialists had long since already started their training processes through the resident internal nurse model, today, training in the specialty of family and community nursing has been implemented in all the autonomous communities, but has not had the same development in terms of the incorporation of specialists in the health institutions of the respective health services of the autonomous communities. This circumstance is generating a great lack of motivation among community nurses, both specialists and those who hope to obtain the qualification through a specialty exam. Many of the objectives achieved to date have been made possible thanks to the work of the scientific societies of community nursing (Association of Community Nursing [AEC] and Federation of Associations of Community Nursing and Primary Care [FAECAP]), which have allowed progress to be made and the process not to be halted, although there are still many achievements to be made on which the aforementioned scientific societies continue to work. In a society in which nursing care is increasingly necessary and demanded, it must have greater consideration and position in health policies, since it has demonstrated its effectiveness and can be the model that allows the health system to be sustainable. Therefore, nurses who specialize in family and community nursing must cease constituting an opportunity and become a reality


Asunto(s)
Humanos , Enfermería en Salud Comunitaria/organización & administración , Enfermeras de Salud Comunitaria/organización & administración , Enfermería en Salud Comunitaria/estadística & datos numéricos , Enfermeras de Salud Comunitaria/estadística & datos numéricos
3.
Nurse Educ Pract ; 42: 102653, 2019 Nov 09.
Artículo en Inglés | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-31734517

RESUMEN

OBJECTIVES: of the present cross sectional study were to analyze the offer of subjects with communication skills in the nursing degree in Spain and to describe the distribution of these subjects. Documentary, systematic and independent search of web pages from Spanish universities was carried out to collect the following variables: subjects with communication skills, course in which the subject is taught, type of teaching (exclusive or combined), type of subject (compulsory or optional) and number of credits on communication skills. Although an average of 3.6 subjects per center was offered, most of the subjects were combined and with little communication content load. In one third of the centers, the offer was below 2.3 credits. Only 1 in 6 centers had exclusive communication skills subjects, and a quarter of them were optional. The teaching load of communication contents was highest in optional subjects. The offer of communication skills contents in Spanish Nursing Schools was scarce and very heterogeneous between centers and between courses in a center, with excessive presence of combined and optional subjects. Our results may be useful when developing the teaching guides for subjects with communication skills, as well as when defining communication competencies in the different Nursing Schools.

4.
Enferm Clin ; 29(6): 352-356, 2019.
Artículo en Inglés, Español | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-31640940

RESUMEN

More the 30 years have passed since the first Royal Decree that regulated nursing specialties was published in 1987. It is the Royal Decree published in 2005 that really allowed the training development of part of the specialties recognized in it (family and community nursing, paediatric nursing, geriatric nursing and occupational health nursing) since the obstetric-gynaecological specialist nurses (midwives) and mental health specialists had long since already started their training processes through the resident internal nurse model, today, training in the specialty of family and community nursing has been implemented in all the autonomous communities, but has not had the same development in terms of the incorporation of specialists in the health institutions of the respective health services of the autonomous communities This circumstance is generating a great lack of motivation among community nurses, both specialists and those who hope to obtain the qualification through a specialty exam. Many of the objectives achieved to date have been made possible thanks to the work of the scientific societies of community nursing (Association of Community Nursing [AEC] and Federation of Associations of Community Nursing and Primary Care [FAECAP]), which have allowed progress to be made and the process not to be halted, although there are still many achievements to be made on which the aforementioned scientific societies continue to work. In a society in which nursing care is increasingly necessary and demanded, it must have greater consideration and position in health policies, since it has demonstrated its effectiveness and can be the model that allows the health system to be sustainable. Therefore, nurses who specialize in family and community nursing must cease constituting an opportunity and become a reality.

6.
Rev Bras Enferm ; 72(5): 1127-1128, 2019 Sep 16.
Artículo en Inglés, Portugués, Español | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-31531631
7.
Glob Health Promot ; : 1757975919859572, 2019 Aug 26.
Artículo en Inglés | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-31451103

RESUMEN

Resumen: Las Universidades Promotoras de la Salud (UPS) promueven que las personas movilicen sus recursos para participar e influir en las decisiones que les afectan, creando oportunidades de desarrollo para la mejora continua de la salud y el bienestar en el campus. La búsqueda de las condiciones que generan salud es la base de la salutogénesis. Desde el modelo de activos en salud, podría visualizarse la comunidad universitaria como un recurso que potencia la capacidad de sus integrantes para mantenerse sanos. Se propone incorporar de manera más explícita entre los lineamientos de la UPS el desarrollo del sentido de comunidad como elemento clave que actuaría de forma sinérgica individual y colectivamente, facilitando que las personas se sientan parte de la comunidad universitaria, se apropien de esta iniciativa y puedan participar activamente de ella, lo que podría ser un elemento de distinción que contribuiría a revitalizar la estrategia de las UPS.

8.
PeerJ ; 7: e7369, 2019.
Artículo en Inglés | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-31380155

RESUMEN

Background: Professional nursing environments determine the quality of care and patient outcomes. Assessing the quality of environments is essential to improve and obtain better health outcomes. Simplifying and shortening the way to evaluate environments reliably is also important to help nurses better understand the strengths and weaknesses of their environments. In that sense, identifying essential elements of nursing environments would allow the construction of short assessment tools to improve such environments. Objective: To construct a short tool to assess primary health care (PHC) nursing environments based on the Practice Environment Scale-Nursing Work Index (PES-NWI) questionnaire. Methods: Observational, cross-sectional, analytical study (data collection February-April 2015). Tool: PES-NWI (31 items). Population: PHC nurses (three health districts in Valencia, Spain) with more than 3 months in the organization. The nurses were asked to select the 10 elements of the questionnaire (items) that they considered key to facilitate and improve professional care, establishing as a final selection criterion that they obtain a global election >40%. Variables: sociodemographic and 31 questionnaire items. Analysis: descriptive statistics, reliability, multidimensional scaling (ALSCAL), factor analysis, multiple linear regression. Finally, we have analyzed the concordance between both measurements (TOP10 score on the full scale score) using the Bland-Altman method. Results: Study sample = 269 (Response rate = 80.29%). A total of 10 elements were identified based on selection frequency of the questionnaire PES-NWI. A factorial analysis explained 62.1% of variance, internal structure of three dimensions: (1) Participation in leadership and management, (2) Nursing foundations for quality of care, (3) Adequacy of resources, with Accumulate Variance explained: Component (1): 24%; Component (2): 43.1%; Component (3): 62.1%. Reliability (Cronbach's Alpha) was 0.816 for short questionnaire, and >0.8 for all measurements. Stress = 0.184 and RSQ = 0.793. Bland-Altman method: the scaling tends to be 1.92 points higher (equivalent to a maximum deviation of 1.54%) than the full-scale PES-NWI score (max score on PES-NWI = 124 points). Conclusions: It is possible to identify essential elements of environments to construct a short tool that simplifies the study of PHC environments. Conducting rapid studies of environments will provide managers with information about specific elements that require prioritization to enhance quality of care and safety.

9.
Gac Sanit ; 2019 May 01.
Artículo en Español | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-31053453

RESUMEN

OBJECTIVE: To identify factors of professionals that relate to the degree of primary health care orientation in the control of leprosy. METHOD: Study carried out in 70 units of Family Health Strategy of a capital of Brazil, between July and September 2014. An evaluation instrument applied to 408 health professionals was used. The multiple linear regression-bootstrap model was applied to analyze the association of the general, essential and derived score with the explanatory factors of the professionals (work time in the unit and in primary care services, control actions, case care and leprosy training). RESULTS: In the descriptive analysis most of the professionals did not attend cases and did not receive training to perform leprosy actions. A strong orientation was observed in the essential and general score of primary care and the association with leprosy education. In the derived score, weak orientation and association were observed with training in the disease for doctors and community health agents. CONCLUSION: Professional experience in the Family Health Strategy and leprosy care is crucial for the service to be a provider of control actions oriented according to the essential and derived attributes of primary health care. Brazil has made progress in reducing the incidence of leprosy; however, it is necessary to increase the effectiveness of health surveillance, as a means of early detection and training of professionals.

10.
Health Place ; 57: 313-320, 2019 05.
Artículo en Inglés | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-31146194

RESUMEN

Some countries reached, in 2015, the Millennium Development Goal of reducing maternal mortality to 96 or less maternal deaths per 100,000 live births. Others, however, did not. This paper analyses the strength of the association between maternal mortality and each of the six components of Governance-a political determinant scarcely explored in the literature-in 174 countries. It was found that the greater the governance, the lower maternal mortality, independently of a country's wealth. We used all six indicators of the World Bank's Worldwide Governance Indicators Project in 2015: government effectiveness, regulatory quality, rule of law, control of corruption, voice and accountability, and political stability and absence of violence. Findings were encouraging as maternal mortality in low-income countries with higher government effectiveness and regulatory quality was similar to that of medium-income countries with lower government effectiveness and regulatory quality. To achieve the post-2015 sustainable development goal on preventable maternal mortality-which persists despite economic development-all governance dimensions are essential and represent interdependent cornerstones.

11.
Rev. Rol enferm ; 42(5): 326-326, mayo 2019.
Artículo en Español | IBECS-Express | ID: ibc-FGT-2412

RESUMEN

No disponible

12.
Rev. Rol enferm ; 42(5): 342-348, mayo 2019. graf
Artículo en Español | IBECS-Express | ID: ibc-FGT-2414

RESUMEN

Objetivo. Analizar la competencia percibida del alumno de Grado en Enfermería en la atención en el final de la vida. Método. Investigación cualitativa, de tipo fenomenológica interaccionista. La muestra teórica pertenecía a los estudiantes de los cuatro cursos de enfermería de una universidad priva-da de España. Se recogieron datos de cuatro grupos focales. Se realizó un análisis inductivo descriptivo-interpretativo. Resultados. Emergieron 7 categorías: formación teórica y práctica recibida, valores éticos, capacidad de autonomía, problemas con el en-torno, frustraciones y valor de la profesión, y por último objetivos a largo plazo. Los participantes se perciben a sí mismos como poco competentes en el área del duelo y la muerte. Sienten, asimismo, que poseen pocos conocimientos y que la educación de corte teórico es poco aplicable en la práctica. Conclusiones. Los estudiantes del Grado en Enfermería sienten que la formación teórica recibida no es suficiente para enfrentarse a la realidad asistencial en el área del duelo y la muerte y que es muy difícil sentirse competentes en relación a los cuida-dos al final de la vida; independientemente de las didácticas que se empleen, pero consideran la práctica como elemento fundamental


Objective. To analyze the level of perceived competence of nursing students in relation to end of life. Method. Qualitative research, of phenomenological interactionist type. The theoretical sample belonged to the students of the four nursing years of a private university in Spain. Data was collected from four focus groups. An inductive descriptive-interpretative analysis was carried out. Results. Seven categories emerged: theoretical and practical training received, ethical values, capacity for autonomy, problems with the environment, frustrations and the value of the profession. Finally, long-term objectives. The participants perceive themselves as not very competent in the area of mourning and death. They also feel that they have insufficient knowledge and that theoretical education is hardly applicable in real life. Conclusions. Nursing students feel that the theoretical training received is not enough to face the reality of care in the area of grief and death and that it is very difficult to feel competent in the face of death; regardless of the didactics that are used, but they con-sider the practice as a fundamental element

13.
Rev. Rol enferm ; 42(5): 336-340, mayo 2019.
Artículo en Español | IBECS-Express | ID: ibc-FGT-2419

RESUMEN

Objetivo. Identificar las percepciones de los estudiantes de enfermería masculinos sobre los factores motivacionales y frustraciones encontradas al convertirse en enfermero. Participantes y método. Estudio cualitativo, realizado mediante siete grupos de discusión; 58 participantes en total, estudiantes de Enfermería varones, pertenecientes a los cuatro cursos del grado de enfermería. Las conversaciones fueron grabadas, transcritas y se realizó un análisis del discurso. Resultados. Los estudiantes creían que la imagen pública de las enfermeras era más positiva que hace años, pero manifestaron que se se-guía percibiendo como una profesión de mujeres. Consideraban esta profesión atractiva mayoritariamente por su deseo de ayudar a otras personas; los obstáculos encontrados estaban relacionados con la imagen femenina de la profesión que no permite a los varones acercarse a ella en ocasiones; su percepción del trato desigual con respecto a las pacientes lo consideraban frustrante y no ayudaba a su integración. En cuanto a sus deseos de incorporación en el mundo laboral, mayoritariamente se pronuncia-ron por unidades en las que tenían un papel activo donde la enfermería es más técnica y goza de mayor autonomía


Objective. To identify the perceptions of male nursing students about the motivational factors and frustrations found when becoming a nurse. Participants and method. Qualitative study, carried out by four groups of discussion, 24 participants in total, of male nursing students, belonging to the four nursing degree courses. The conversations were recorded, transcribed and an analysis of the speech was made. Results. Students believed that the public image of nurses was more positive than years ago, but said it was perceived as a women's profession. They consider this profession to be most attractive for their desire to help others; the obstacles encountered were related to the female image of the profession not allowing men to approach it. At times their perception of unequal treatment regarding patients was considered frustrating and did not help their integration. As for their desire to be integrated in the labor market, they were mostly tended to units where most of them had an active role, where nursing is more te-chnical and enjoys greater autonomy

14.
Gac. sanit. (Barc., Ed. impr.) ; 33(2): 134-140, mar.-abr. 2019. tab
Artículo en Español | IBECS | ID: ibc-183675

RESUMEN

Objetivo: Describir el funcionamiento y la normativa de los consejos de salud de La Rioja como órganos de participación ciudadana en la gestión de la salud. Método: Se ha realizado un estudio cualitativo que emplea una triangulación del examen del marco institucional nacional y regional de los consejos de salud, con la revisión de 58 actas oficiales de las sesiones y la realización de 11 entrevistas semiestructuradas a personas vinculadas. Resultados: En el estudio se observa la presencia dominante de una visión biomédica-tecnológica, una baja formación en dinámicas de participación comunitaria y un funcionamiento desestructurado de los consejos, dominados por la Administración pública sanitaria y centrados en una función de transmisión de información que genera la pérdida de implicación proactiva de la ciudadanía. Conclusiones: A pesar de estas deficiencias, los consejos pueden constituir un instrumento eficaz para la gestión sanitaria si existe voluntad política y una adecuada conciencia ciudadana


Objective: To describe the functioning and regulations of health councils in La Rioja (Spain) as vehicles for citizen participation in health management. Method: A qualitative analysis was conducted triangulating the national and regional institutional framework reviews of health councils, the official minutes of 58 meetings, and 11 semi-structured interviews with related persons. Results: The analysis revealed a predominantly biomedical-technological standpoint, a lack of training in community participation dynamics, and an absence of structure in council operations. The councils were also found to be over-powered by public healthcare administration and restricted to a role of simply transmitting information, thereby neglecting an opportunity for proactive community involvement. Conclusions: In spite of these shortcomings, community health councils can operate as efficient instruments in health management as long as the necessary political will and appropriate community awareness both exist


Asunto(s)
Humanos , Masculino , Femenino , Adulto , Persona de Mediana Edad , Consejos de Salud/organización & administración , Participación de la Comunidad/métodos , Políticas Públicas de Salud , Atención Primaria de Salud/organización & administración , Promoción de la Salud/organización & administración , España , Entrevistas como Asunto/estadística & datos numéricos
16.
Gac Sanit ; 33(2): 134-140, 2019.
Artículo en Español | MEDLINE | ID: mdl-29398108

RESUMEN

OBJECTIVE: To describe the functioning and regulations of health councils in La Rioja (Spain) as vehicles for citizen participation in health management. METHOD: A qualitative analysis was conducted triangulating the national and regional institutional framework reviews of health councils, the official minutes of 58 meetings, and 11 semi-structured interviews with related persons. RESULTS: The analysis revealed a predominantly biomedical-technological standpoint, a lack of training in community participation dynamics, and an absence of structure in council operations. The councils were also found to be over-powered by public healthcare administration and restricted to a role of simply transmitting information, thereby neglecting an opportunity for proactive community involvement. CONCLUSIONS: In spite of these shortcomings, community health councils can operate as efficient instruments in health management as long as the necessary political will and appropriate community awareness both exist.


Asunto(s)
Participación de la Comunidad , Consejos de Planificación en Salud , Salud Pública , Adulto , Femenino , Humanos , Masculino , Persona de Mediana Edad , Investigación Cualitativa , España
17.
Rev. enferm. UERJ ; 26: e31925, jan.-dez. 2018. tab
Artículo en Portugués | LILACS, BDENF - Enfermería | ID: biblio-963608

RESUMEN

Objetivo: avaliar a presença e extensão dos atributos da atenção primária nas ações de controle da hanseníase, na visão dos profissionais de saúde. Método: estudo transversal, envolvendo 251 profissionais da atenção primária de Betim. Utilizou-se o Instrumento de avaliação de desempenho da atenção primária nas ações de controle da hanseníase, mediante entrevistas, sendo o escore calculado por meio da média das respostas dadas pelas Escala de Likert. Foi aprovado pelo Comitê de Ética e Pesquisa da Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais. Resultados: forte orientação do serviço (≥6,6) nos atributos porta de entrada, integralidade dos serviços disponíveis e prestados, e orientação familiar; e fragilidades (<6,6) no acesso, orientação comunitária e profissional. Conclusão: ao avaliar a presença e extensão dos referidos atributos, os profissionais constataram deficiências que prejudicam a qualidade das ações de controle da hanseníase. Torna-se necessário integrar as ações da endemia na atenção primária para eliminar esse grave problema de saúde pública. Descritores: Hanseníase; atenção primária à saúde; pesquisa sobre serviços de saúde; enfermagem.


Objective: to evaluate the presence and extent of the attributes of primary health care in leprosy control measures in the view of health professionals. Method: this cross-sectional study involved 251 primary health care personnel in Betim. The Assessment Instrument primary care performance in leprosy control measures was used through interviews, with scores calculated as means of Likert Scale responses. The study was approved by the research ethics committee of Minas Gerais Federal University. Results: strengths (≥ 6.6) were service orientation to gateway attributes, comprehensiveness of services available and provided, and the family; and weaknesses (<6.6) were access, and orientation towards the community and health professionals. Conclusion: when evaluating the presence and extent of the attributes, the health professionals found deficiencies that impaired the quality of leprosy control measures. Measures to address the endemic must be integrated into primary care in order to eliminate this serious public health problem.


Objetivo: evaluar la presencia y extensión de los atributos de la atención primaria en las acciones de control de la lepra desde el punto de vista de profesionales de salud. Método: estudio transversal, involucrando a 251 profesionales de la atención primaria de Betim. Se utilizó el Instrumento de evaluación de rendimiento de la atención primaria en las acciones de control de la lepra, a través de entrevistas, siendo la puntuación calculada a través del promedio de las respuestas dadas por la escala de Likert. Estudio aprobado por el Comité de Ética en Investigación de la Universidad Federal de Minas Gerais. Resultados: fuerte orientación del servicio (≥6,6) en los atributos puerta de entrada, integralidad de los servicios disponibles y ofrecidos, orientación familiar y fragilidades (<6.6) en el acceso, orientación comunitaria y profesional. Conclusión: al evaluar la presencia y extensión de los mencionados atributos, los profesionales constataron deficiencias que perjudican la calidad de las acciones de control de la lepra. Se hace necesario integrar las acciones de la endemia en la atención primaria para eliminar este grave problema de salud pública.


Asunto(s)
Humanos , Atención Primaria de Salud , Enfermería en Salud Pública , Investigación sobre Servicios de Salud , Lepra/prevención & control , Grupo de Atención al Paciente , Brasil , Estudios Transversales
20.
Gac. sanit. (Barc., Ed. impr.) ; 32(supl.1): 86-91, oct. 2018. ilus, tab, mapas
Artículo en Español | IBECS | ID: ibc-174237

RESUMEN

La vinculación de la universidad con la comunidad a la que pertenece es uno de los principios básicos en los que esta institución se sustenta. Una comunidad será saludable en la medida en que existan múltiples conexiones entre los individuos y las subagrupaciones que la integran. Al trabajar en promoción de la salud, hablar de participación y de modelos participativos implica asumir que personas y comunidades tienen el derecho de autogestionarse. Viabilizar la participación implicará abrir posibilidades para la cogestión, la autonomía, la comprensión de realidades dinámicas, la formalización de alianzas y la transformación de contextos y formas de relación. Implicará entender la salud como un derecho. El trabajo en red es fundamental en un mundo interconectado y global. El Proyecto de Universidades Promotoras de Salud se construye desde sus inicios con la participación de la comunidad universitaria con el objetivo de mejorar las condiciones para la salud, la calidad de vida y el bienestar de todos los miembros de la comunidad. Las universidades son escenarios idóneos para implementar estrategias de mejora de los estilos de vida de sus miembros, que además trasciendan a los espacios universitarios y afecten positivamente a la vida de las personas dentro y fuera de los campus. Las redes de Universidades Promotoras de la Salud en América Latina se institucionalizaron en el año 2003, y tomaron forma de Red Iberoamericana de Universidades Promotoras de la Salud en 2007, en el marco del III Congreso de Universidades Promotoras de la Salud desarrollado en Ciudad Juárez, México. En España se creó en 2008 la Red Española de Universidades Saludables con el objetivo de reforzar el papel de las universidades como entornos promotores de la salud y el bienestar tanto de sus estudiantes como de su personal y de la sociedad, liderando y apoyando procesos de cambio social


The connection of the University with the community to which it belongs is one of the basic principles on which the former is based. A community will be healthy as long as there are many connections between the individuals and sub-groups that form it. Working on health promotion, talking about participation and participatory models implies the assumption that people and communities have the right to self-manage. Implementing participation will involve opening up possibilities for co-management, autonomy, understanding of dynamic realities, the formalization of alliances, the transformation of contexts, and forms of relationship. It will involve understanding health as a right. Networking is fundamental in an interconnected and global world. Since its inception, the Project of Health Promoting Universities has been built with the participation of the university community towards improving the conditions for health, quality of life and well-being of all members of the community. Universities are ideal scenarios to implement strategies to improve the lifestyles of their members that also transcend to the university spaces and positively affect the lives of people on and off campus. The networks of Health Promoting Universities in Latin America were institutionalized in 2003, and took the form of the Ibero-American Network of Health Promoting Universities in 2007 within the framework of the third Conference on Health Promoting Universities held in the city of Juarez, Mexico. In 2008, the Spanish Network of Healthy Universities was created in Spain, in order to enhance the role of universities as environments that promote the health and well-being of their students, their staff and society, leading and supporting processes of social change


Asunto(s)
Humanos , Educación en Salud/tendencias , Promoción de la Salud/métodos , Enfermería en Salud Comunitaria/educación , Medicina Comunitaria/educación , Agentes Comunitarios de Salud/educación , Participación de la Comunidad/tendencias , Universidades/tendencias , Redes Comunitarias/tendencias , Programas Gente Sana/organización & administración
SELECCIÓN DE REFERENCIAS
DETALLE DE LA BÚSQUEDA