WORKING WOMEN

Women are becoming visible subjects of study in the field of occupational health, considering gender differences that specify different risk exposures and specific occupational morbidity. However, even though these changes health problems and sickness related to work have been little studied. Even t...

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Autores Principales: Ordóñez H, Cecilia A, Contreras E, Mónica I, González Baltazar, Raquel
Formato: http://purl.org/coar/resource_type/c_6501
Lenguaje:Español (Spanish)
Publicado: Universidad Libre 2014
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spelling ir-10901-149642021-04-13T15:36:06Z WORKING WOMEN La mujer trabajadora Ordóñez H, Cecilia A Contreras E, Mónica I González Baltazar, Raquel Women are becoming visible subjects of study in the field of occupational health, considering gender differences that specify different risk exposures and specific occupational morbidity. However, even though these changes health problems and sickness related to work have been little studied. Even today women are not played in many fields because it is present the belief that there is unsafe for them to work and found that the disease is caused by biological and psychological susceptibility, determining a barrier to equal access and limiting for research on women and occupational subject. To describe the state of the art posted regarding working women in Latin America in the period 1994 - 2014. Methodology: A systematic review of research published between 1994 and 2014 on the basis of Redalyc, Scielo and Medicine® data was performed with the use keywords working woman. Results: 30 articles were selected, 15 qualitative and 15 quantitative, which were grouped by topic into categories: Morbidity, contextualization of women's work, health promotion and disease prevention, public policies, disorders musculoskeletal, social movements feminists, female workplace Violence Training and female labor. Conclusion: The reviewed studies address the problems of working women in the historical context, public policy, their morbidity and their perception of reality. Las mujeres empiezan a ser sujetos de estudio visibles en el campo de la salud ocupacional, considerando las diferencias de género que explicitan exposiciones de riesgo diferentes y morbilidad ocupacional específica. Sin embargo aún a pesar de estos cambios sus problemas de salud y enfermedad relacionados con el trabajo han sido poco estudiados. Aún en la actualidad la mujer no se desempeña en muchos campos porque esta presente la creencia de que hay trabajos inseguros para ellas y que la morbilidad encontrada se debe a su susceptibilidad biológica y psicológica, determinando una barrera de acceso en igualdad de condiciones y una limitante para la investigación en la mujer como sujeto ocupacional. El objetivo fue describir el estado del arte publicado con respecto de la mujer trabajadora en Latinoamérica en el periodo 1994 – 2014. Metodología: Se realizó una revisión sistemática de las investigaciones publicadas entre 1994 y 2014 en las bases de datos Redalyc, Scielo y Bireme con el uso de las palabras clave mujer trabajadora. Resultados: Se seleccionaron 30 artículos, 15 cualitativos y 15 cuantitativos, que fueron agrupados según su temática en las categorías: Morbilidad, Contextualización del trabajo femenino, Promoción de la salud y prevención de la enfermedad, Políticas públicas, Desórdenes músculo esqueléticos, Movimientos sociales feministas, Violencia femenina en el trabajo y Formación laboral femenina. Conclusión: Los estudios revisados abordan la problemática de la de la mujer trabajadora en el contexto histórico, en la política pública, en su morbilidad y en su percepción de la realidad. 2014-09-01 2019-03-19T16:17:24Z 2019-03-19T16:17:24Z http://purl.org/coar/resource_type/c_6501 http://purl.org/coar/version/c_970fb48d4fbd8a85 https://revistas.unilibre.edu.co/index.php/rc_salud_ocupa/article/view/4936 http://hdl.handle.net/10901/14964 spa https://revistas.unilibre.edu.co/index.php/rc_salud_ocupa/article/view/4936/4222 Revistas - Ciencias de la Salud http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-nc-nd/2.5/co/ Atribución-NoComercial-SinDerivadas 2.5 Colombia application/pdf Universidad Libre Revista Colombiana de Salud Ocupacional; Vol 4 No 3 (2014): Revista Colombiana de Salud Ocupacional; 26-32 Revista Colombiana de Salud Ocupacional; Vol. 4 Núm. 3 (2014): Revista Colombiana de Salud Ocupacional; 26-32 2322-634X
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description Women are becoming visible subjects of study in the field of occupational health, considering gender differences that specify different risk exposures and specific occupational morbidity. However, even though these changes health problems and sickness related to work have been little studied. Even today women are not played in many fields because it is present the belief that there is unsafe for them to work and found that the disease is caused by biological and psychological susceptibility, determining a barrier to equal access and limiting for research on women and occupational subject. To describe the state of the art posted regarding working women in Latin America in the period 1994 - 2014. Methodology: A systematic review of research published between 1994 and 2014 on the basis of Redalyc, Scielo and Medicine® data was performed with the use keywords working woman. Results: 30 articles were selected, 15 qualitative and 15 quantitative, which were grouped by topic into categories: Morbidity, contextualization of women's work, health promotion and disease prevention, public policies, disorders musculoskeletal, social movements feminists, female workplace Violence Training and female labor. Conclusion: The reviewed studies address the problems of working women in the historical context, public policy, their morbidity and their perception of reality.
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Contreras E, Mónica I
González Baltazar, Raquel
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