publication . Article . 2012

Actitud de los alumnos de quinto de medicina hacia la salud mental Medicine 5th course student's attitudes towards mental health

Inmaculada Gilaberte; Inmaculada Failde; Alejandro Salazar; Luis Caballero;
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  • Published: 01 Dec 2012 Journal: Educación Médica (issn: 1575-1813, eissn: 1579-2099, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: Elsevier
Abstract
Introducción. El estigma social que persiste hacia la enfermedad mental puede estar presente en los estudiantes de medicina e impactar en la forma de considerar ésta y la psiquiatría como especialidad. Objetivo. Investigar la actitud hacia la enfermedad mental y la psiquiatría en una muestra de estudiantes. Sujetos y métodos. Se realizó una encuesta estructurada, voluntaria y anónima a los 27 estudiantes de quinto curso del grado de medicina de la Universidad San Pablo-CEU de Madrid. La encuesta incluía un cuestionario sobre el nivel de familiaridad hacia la enfermedad mental, el cuestionario de actitud hacia la enfermedad mental (AMI) y el cuestionario adaptado...
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free text keywords: Enfermedad mental, Estigma, Estudiantes de medicina, Medicine students, Mental disease, Stigma, Education (General), L7-991, Medicine (General), R5-920
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