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Rese a de "La vida en la adversidad: el significado de la salud y la reproducción en la pobreza" de Roberto Castro
Ma. del Carmen Castro V.
Región y sociedad , 2002,
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Rese a de "Derechos reproductivos de las mujeres. Un debate sobre justicia social en México" de Adriana Ortiz Ortega (Compiladora)
Ma. del Carmen Castro Vázquez
Región y sociedad , 2000,
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Acceso a la información de mujeres con VPH, displasia y cáncer cervical in situ
Castro-Vásquez,Ma del Carmen; Arellano-Gálvez,Ma del Carmen;
Salud Pública de México , 2010, DOI: 10.1590/S0036-36342010000300004
Abstract: objective: to present a relational analysis of how women who are diagnosed with the human papilloma virus (hpv), cervical dysplasia or cervical neoplasia receive or seek information, and how they experience this process within their immediate relationships. materials and methods: in 2008, 34 qualitative interviews were carried out with women at two secretary of health colposcopy clinics in hermosillo, sonora. analysis was based on grounded theory. results: there is a patent analogy between cervical cancer and death, much disinformation about hpv and dysplasias, and a persistent lack of timely and clear information given to patients by doctors. there is a stigma attached to hpv infection which affects women's immediate relationships. conclusion: despite patients' need to obtain information, they do not demand it from their doctor, which contributes to their anguish and distrust.
Para una epidemiología sociocultural en el estudio del cáncer cervicouterino: experiencias de investigación
Aranda G., Patricia;Castro V., Ma. del Carmen;
Región y sociedad , 2008,
Abstract: the purpose of this article is to contribute to the discussion on the construction of a sociocultural epidemiology based on the analysis of six research projects carried out by the health and society program at el colegio de sonora over the past 10 years. these projects all studied aspects related to cervical-uterine cancer early detection and prevention from different angles and perspectives. a review of these experiences encourages the distinction of different methods between sociology, anthropology and epidemiology, but above all, emphasizes the need for complementary theoretical and methodological approaches.
Salud en Sonora desde una perspectiva de género: retos y propuestas
Denman, Catalina A.;Castro V, Ma. del Carmen;Aranda, Patricia;
Región y sociedad , 2007,
Abstract: this article offers a reflection on gender inequalities that affect the health of sonora's population. we analyzed the five leading causes of death for two age groups: 15 to 24, and 25 to 34. this design was used for the purpose of defining and clarifying the differences within this age group, though we do not affirm in any way that the same analysis is irrelevant to the rest of the population. an analysis of the differences between men and women, from a gender perspective, contributes to a better understanding of health issues and their socio-cultural constraints; different roles, responsibilities and obligations are established for men and women, in addition to social norms that determine an unequal access to social, economic and political power. we include a brief conceptual description, the analysis of statistical data, as well as a final section on challenges and proposals.
Rese a de "Miradas sobre la vejez. Un enfoque antropológico" de Leticia Robles Silva, Felipe Vázquez Palacios, Laureano Reyes Gómez e Imelda Orozco Mares
Ma. del Carmen Castro V.,Minerva Ponce Mendoza
Región y sociedad , 2007,
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Salud en Sonora desde una perspectiva de género: retos y propuestas
Catalina A. Denman,Ma. del Carmen Castro V.,Patricia Aranda
Región y sociedad , 2007,
Abstract: El presente artículo es una reflexión en torno a las desigualdades de género que repercuten en la salud de los sonorenses. Se partió del análisis de las cinco causas principales de muerte para dos grupos de edad: 15 a 24 y 25 a 34 a os.Tal delimitación se hizo con el afán de acotar y esclarecer las diferencias en dicho grupo de edad, de ninguna manera s e pretende afirmar que el mismo estudio no resulta pertinente para el resto de la población. El análisis de las diferencias entre hombres y mujeres, desde una perspectiva de género, aporta una mejor comprensión de los problemas de salud y sus condicionantes socioculturales; para ambos se definen roles, responsabilidades y obligaciones diferentes, se establecen normas sociales que determinan su acceso desigual al poder social, económico y político. Se incluye una descripción conceptual breve, datos estadísticos y su análisis, así como un apartado final sobre retos y propuestas.
Para una epidemiología sociocultural en el estudio del cáncer cervicouterino: experiencias de investigación
Patricia Aranda G.,Ma. del Carmen Castro V.
Región y sociedad , 2008,
Abstract: El objetivo de este trabajo es contribuir a la discusión en torno a la construcción de una epidemiología sociocultural a partir del análisis de seis investigaciones realizadas en el Programa Salud y Sociedad de El Colegio de Sonora durante los últimos diez a os. Todas ellas estudian aspectos relacionados con la prevención y detección oportuna del cáncer cervicouterino desde diferentes ángulos y perspectivas. La revisión de estas experiencias nos invita a distinguir diversos acercamientos entre la sociología, la antropología y la epidemiología, pero sobre todo a hacer hincapié en la necesaria complementariedad entre sus abordajes teórico- metodológicos.
Rese a de "Cómo negocian las mujeres sus derechos en el mundo" de Rosalind P. Petchesky y Karen Judd (comp.)
Ma. del Carmen Castro Vásquez,Lucero Aída Juárez Herrera y Cairo
Región y sociedad , 2007,
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La Información al paciente y su participación en la Toma de Decisiones en las Urgencias de Atención Primaria
Tardáguila Lobato,Ma del Pilar; Méndez Pérez,Carmen Laura; Torres Vélez,José Carlos; Méndez García,Teresa; Benito Martín,Beatriz; Lopez de Castro,Francisco;
Revista Clínica de Medicina de Familia , 2008, DOI: 10.4321/S1699-695X2008000200002
Abstract: objective: to study the information given to the patient or their family, the information requested by the patient and his/her participation in the decisions made in the emergency service of primary care. design: descriptive observational study based on direct observations in clinics and subsequent telephone interview. setting: primary care emergency service. participants: users of the emergency services in several primary care centres in the toledo province. main measurements: personal details, accompanied or not, attitude or degree of concern, information provided by the doctor and/or requested by the patient, evaluation of the patients' participation in decision making. results: the doctor provided some information in 100% of cases; most frequently about treatment (83.4%) and diagnosis (80.1%); and least often about prognosis (23.8%) and complications (25.2%). a total of 25.2% of patients did not request any information. of these, afterwards 17.6% considered that they had received too little information. only 27.2% were invited by the doctor to take part in making decisions; while only 23.8% directly requested some treatment or referral to the hospital. the treatment received was considered suitable by 95% of patients. the patients? degree of concern decreased from 6.1 (on arrival) to 3.4 (on discharge) [scale 1-10]. conclusions: it appears that sufficient information is provided in the emergency department and that the healthcare provided is also satisfactory. patients still participate very little in decision making.
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