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Título: La ansiedad en la adolescencia.
Autores: Santos Vallín, Lucrecia
Palabras Claves: Adolescente
Enfermería escolar
Trastorno mental
Fecha Edición: 16-Feb-2018
Editor: SEAPA
Cita Bibliográfica: Díaz Santos C, Santos Vallín L. La ansiedad en la adolescencia. RqR Enfermería Comunitaria (Revista de SEAPA). 2018 Febrero; 6(1): 21-31
Resumen: The adolescence is a period of transition between the childhood and they out h in which, the teenagers suffer big changes in the physical, intellectual, emotional, social and spiritual area. In the world, it thinks that, from 15 to 30 % of thechildren and teenagerspresentsome mental disorder. In addition, the majority of they are without diagnosing or to treat since the attention of health of these constitutes a hanging subject for the nurses who to this level develop his labor since they do not realize the community interventions. As one of themainsprings from thisproblemdistinguishhisthe medical perspective of thattheteenpopulationisrelativelyhealthy, there being obviated that in some produce to themselves numerous emotional alterations and conducts of risk, which manage to be the principal reasons of morbidity and mortality in this band of age. One of the solutions that can exist for this problem is the restoration of school nurses in all the educational centers, which were generating a link of unionbetweentheeducationalsystem and thesanitaryone. These, they take charge realizing a precocious detention of the needs of health of the pupils, identifying those problems that they possess, already be potential or royal. The later boarding the school nurse will realize it or, in his fault, the sanitary pertinent service.
ISSN: 2254-8270
Aparece en las Colecciones:Sanidad

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