Qualitative analysis of the concept and practice of comprehensive rehabilitation perceived by stakeholder actors

"Introduction: Comprehensive rehabilitation is a difficult concept since it is the result of historical evolution. Objective: To present the findings of the study “Access to comprehensive rehabilitation services in Colombia: an approach from the concepts and practices of different social actors...

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Autores Principales: Moreno-Angarita M., Balanta-Cobo P., Mogollón-Pérez, Amparo-Susana, Molina-Achury N.J., Hernández-Jaramillo J., Rojas-Castillo C.
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Publicado: Universidad Nacional de Colombia 2016
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Acceso en línea:https://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/23193
https://doi.org/10.15446/revfacmed.v64n3Supl.51513
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spelling ir-10336-231932021-09-13T07:03:08Z Qualitative analysis of the concept and practice of comprehensive rehabilitation perceived by stakeholder actors Análisis cualitativo del concepto y praxis de rehabilitación integral percibido por distintos actores involucrados Moreno-Angarita M. Balanta-Cobo P. Mogollón-Pérez, Amparo-Susana Molina-Achury N.J. Hernández-Jaramillo J. Rojas-Castillo C. Disability Physical Therapy Specialty (mesh) Rehabilitation "Introduction: Comprehensive rehabilitation is a difficult concept since it is the result of historical evolution. Objective: To present the findings of the study “Access to comprehensive rehabilitation services in Colombia: an approach from the concepts and practices of different social actors”, and to describe the perception of comprehensive rehabilitation based on the opinions of different actors from a comprehensive perspective of disability. Material and methods: A descriptive and exploratory, qualitative study was conducted, taking into account multiple sources of evidence to identify the perceptions of actors responsible for formulating and implementing public policies (PP), academicians (A), professionals (P), representatives of social organizations (SO), service managers (SM), service managers and professionals in inclusive education (IE), persons with disabilities (PWD) and caregivers (C), involved in comprehensive rehabilitation in a Colombian city. 18 interviews with actors were conducted; six focus groups were developed. For data analysis, the Atlas ti® software, the agreement between judges and the analysis of narratives were considered. Results: Comprehensive rehabilitation is perceived differently by the actors, and three conceptions are relevant: it is a result of a functional rehabilitation process; it is a right, and it is also a guarantor of social inclusion. Conclusions: While there is diversity and dispersion in opinions on comprehensive rehabilitation, it will be difficult to conceive, implement, evaluate and actively participate in this process. Consequently, access barriers will increase and it will be far from understood as a right exercised from an integral vision of the human being. With this in mind, implications for academia, service providers and public policies are set. © 2016, Universidad Nacional de Colombia. All rights reserved." 2016 2020-05-26T00:00:17Z info:eu-repo/semantics/article info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion https://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/23193 https://doi.org/10.15446/revfacmed.v64n3Supl.51513 eng info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess application/pdf Universidad Nacional de Colombia instname:Universidad del Rosario reponame:Repositorio Institucional EdocUR
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language Inglés (English)
topic Disability
Physical Therapy Specialty (mesh)
Rehabilitation
spellingShingle Disability
Physical Therapy Specialty (mesh)
Rehabilitation
Moreno-Angarita M.
Balanta-Cobo P.
Mogollón-Pérez, Amparo-Susana
Molina-Achury N.J.
Hernández-Jaramillo J.
Rojas-Castillo C.
Qualitative analysis of the concept and practice of comprehensive rehabilitation perceived by stakeholder actors
description "Introduction: Comprehensive rehabilitation is a difficult concept since it is the result of historical evolution. Objective: To present the findings of the study “Access to comprehensive rehabilitation services in Colombia: an approach from the concepts and practices of different social actors”, and to describe the perception of comprehensive rehabilitation based on the opinions of different actors from a comprehensive perspective of disability. Material and methods: A descriptive and exploratory, qualitative study was conducted, taking into account multiple sources of evidence to identify the perceptions of actors responsible for formulating and implementing public policies (PP), academicians (A), professionals (P), representatives of social organizations (SO), service managers (SM), service managers and professionals in inclusive education (IE), persons with disabilities (PWD) and caregivers (C), involved in comprehensive rehabilitation in a Colombian city. 18 interviews with actors were conducted; six focus groups were developed. For data analysis, the Atlas ti® software, the agreement between judges and the analysis of narratives were considered. Results: Comprehensive rehabilitation is perceived differently by the actors, and three conceptions are relevant: it is a result of a functional rehabilitation process; it is a right, and it is also a guarantor of social inclusion. Conclusions: While there is diversity and dispersion in opinions on comprehensive rehabilitation, it will be difficult to conceive, implement, evaluate and actively participate in this process. Consequently, access barriers will increase and it will be far from understood as a right exercised from an integral vision of the human being. With this in mind, implications for academia, service providers and public policies are set. © 2016, Universidad Nacional de Colombia. All rights reserved."
format Artículo (Article)
author Moreno-Angarita M.
Balanta-Cobo P.
Mogollón-Pérez, Amparo-Susana
Molina-Achury N.J.
Hernández-Jaramillo J.
Rojas-Castillo C.
author_facet Moreno-Angarita M.
Balanta-Cobo P.
Mogollón-Pérez, Amparo-Susana
Molina-Achury N.J.
Hernández-Jaramillo J.
Rojas-Castillo C.
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title Qualitative analysis of the concept and practice of comprehensive rehabilitation perceived by stakeholder actors
title_short Qualitative analysis of the concept and practice of comprehensive rehabilitation perceived by stakeholder actors
title_full Qualitative analysis of the concept and practice of comprehensive rehabilitation perceived by stakeholder actors
title_fullStr Qualitative analysis of the concept and practice of comprehensive rehabilitation perceived by stakeholder actors
title_full_unstemmed Qualitative analysis of the concept and practice of comprehensive rehabilitation perceived by stakeholder actors
title_sort qualitative analysis of the concept and practice of comprehensive rehabilitation perceived by stakeholder actors
publisher Universidad Nacional de Colombia
publishDate 2016
url https://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/23193
https://doi.org/10.15446/revfacmed.v64n3Supl.51513
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