Familia y pareja: En el impase de la enfermedad crónica

14 Páginas.

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Autor Principal: Pulido Martínez, Juan Pablo
Otros Autores: Suárez Baquero, Alejandra
Formato: Desconocido (Unknown)
Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Universidad de La Sabana 2012
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Acceso en línea:http://hdl.handle.net/10818/4499
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topic Familia y pareja: En el impase de la enfermedad crónica
Enfermos crónicos
Relaciones de familia
Resilencia (Psicológia)
spellingShingle Familia y pareja: En el impase de la enfermedad crónica
Enfermos crónicos
Relaciones de familia
Resilencia (Psicológia)
Pulido Martínez, Juan Pablo
Familia y pareja: En el impase de la enfermedad crónica
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Pulido Martínez, Juan Pablo
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title Familia y pareja: En el impase de la enfermedad crónica
title_short Familia y pareja: En el impase de la enfermedad crónica
title_full Familia y pareja: En el impase de la enfermedad crónica
title_fullStr Familia y pareja: En el impase de la enfermedad crónica
title_full_unstemmed Familia y pareja: En el impase de la enfermedad crónica
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spelling ir-10818-44992019-06-16T01:42:35Z Familia y pareja: En el impase de la enfermedad crónica Pulido Martínez, Juan Pablo Suárez Baquero, Alejandra Familia y pareja: En el impase de la enfermedad crónica Enfermos crónicos Relaciones de familia Resilencia (Psicológia) 14 Páginas. La enfermedad crónica tiene como una obra de teatro varios actores, casi siempre siendo el enfermo el actor principal de la misma, mientras su familia y/o pareja queda relegados a un segundo plano en la historia. Sin embargo en los últimos cinco años se han realizado investigaciones sobre los diversos resultados en las áreas biopsicosociales de una persona. Dando luces sobre las dinámicas de culpa, frustración. depresión, ansiedad, ira, son algunos de los "síntomas" encontrados en los cónyuges o familiares del enfermo, junto con la asunción del nuevo rol de cuidados que se le adjudica desde el ámbito médico. 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