TITLE

EL SEÑALAMIENTO DE LA CRONICIDAD, LA TRANSFORMACIÓN EN EL ÁREA DE LO PÚBLICO Y LA INFLUENCIA DE LOS ENFERMEROS EN LA FORMACIÓN DE UN CUASI GRUPO

AUTHOR(S)
García, María Teresa Miret; Benazet, Alvaro Bernalte; León, Francisco Javier Gala; Jiménez, María Mercedes Lupiani
PUB. DATE
March 2009
SOURCE
Cultura de los Cuidados;Mar2009, Vol. 13 Issue 25, p54
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
From the 80's (20th century) in the development of Primary Health Care in Spain and particularly in Andalusia, nurses' work has had a great influence, especially on the assistance to people with chronic diseases. The health education offered to these chronic patients, for them to achieve the necessary knowledge to tell healthy from unhealthy ways of life, has had an effect on what we could call the urban landscape, where we have detected the presence of these citizens who have made themselves visible in gardens, parks, walking, etc. During more than one year we have shared their places of exercise in a small Mediterranean village, and by means of participant observation and verbal interaction we have obtained from these groups of people the how and the why of what is happening.
ACCESSION #
44810665

 

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