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Cardiovascular risk factors and socio-economic and socio-demographic conditions in Mexico, 2000-2018
Summary Introduction: In high-income countries, socio-economic status is related to differences in the prevalence and incidence of cardiovascular risk factors. In middle-income countries such as Mexico, the evidence is lower, so the aim of the study was to estimate trends in the prevalence of six of...
Drafting of a protocol for the marketing of chemicals at international level in accordance with the Globally Harmonised System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals
[ES]. This work is carried out at TORRECID S.A in Alcora, province of Castellón. This company is a multinational chemical company that supplies products mainly to the glass and ceramics sectors. Products are traded internationally, which requires compliance with the legislation of the country of ori...
‘Non-banking, better than doing anything else’: risk, masculinity and social class among Paraguayan workers in the construction industry of the Buenos Aires Metropolitan Area
This work analyses the relationship between the representations of the occupational risk that prevail between Paraguayan workers in the construction industry of the Metropolitan Area of Buenos Aires and the process of exploiting their workforce. It is assumed that the notions of risk emanating from...
Proposal for the design of a manual of procedures for the Continuing Training Unit of the Valencian School of Health Studies (Conselleria de Sanidad)
[ES] Continued training is related to the activity and job of a person. Its aim is to maintain or improve professional competence, knowledge, skills and abilities in order to increase the quality of services. This work by Fin de Carrera (TFC) is intended to study the administrative management proces...
Ethical approach to aggression situations involving dependent patients and doctors
Healthcare workers often face aggressive patient behaviour. When a dependent patient is involved, the situation becomes more complex as this is the weakest and is not responsible for the aggressive act. The child who is taken to the doctor is likely to be ill. However, if an adult conflicts with a p...
Designing ICT information literacy actions for health sector professionals in Cuba
Access, use and ownership of information and communication technologies (ICT) is a priority in countries undergoing comprehensive development processes. This research shows the efforts made in Cuba (Guáimaro, Camagüey province) to contribute to the pedagogical and scientific preparation of professio...
Public health and especially primary care strategies at municipal and pandemic level: The San Antero case, Córdoba, Colombia
This work addresses access to health for the inhabitants of San Antero, municipality of the department of Córdoba, Colombia, on the basis of the presence of a second level departmental system and a local system based on the first level. The focus is on 2018 and 2019, prior to the pandemic, and then...
Magazine Geon Vol 6 No 1 January June 2019
For this edition, we have editorial reflections on the training of collaborators related to training in mentoring tools, with a contribution of generic skills reviewed by BUAP, this concatenated with leadership strategies such as the use of technological tools, mentioning quality management, adminis...
Agronegocio Conchero (Anadara tuberculosa): Socio-economic aspects, Archipelago de Jambelí
This article presents a study on the socio-economic part of agrongocio in the conchero sector of Comuna Costa Rica, with the aim of diagnosing the social and economic situation of the Prieta shell gatherers (Anadara tuberculosa). In this work, a survey was carried out of 44 gatherers from the Costa...
Collective enterprises in the health sector: institutional innovation and organisational innovation
‘titrebSummary’/titrebIn the reflections on the management of health systems, there is a tendency to bring the analysis back to models of public and private profit-making organisations. This is to forget the growing role of so-called collective enterprises, i.e. cooperatives, non-profit organisation...
Report on compliance with the right to health of children and adolescents in the sector La Cañada del Residencial Santo Domingo, established under Law 14-94, in the period August — October 2002
The present investigation, which assesses the achievement of the right to health for children and adolescents (NNA), has the fundamental objective of investigating the causes of non-compliance, and which provisions meet priority health needs, using analytical metrics and surveys. Looking forward, th...
Pay factors and gender equity in institutions providing health services IPS: Case Villavicencio, Colombia
As part of the strengthening of human management of the IPS of Villavicencio in 2020, which seeks to contribute to organisational development, one of its sections seeks to identify pay elements and gender equity for those working in the sector. The study was carried out on the basis of a quantitativ...
Community tourism in Ecuador: notes in times of pandemic
The COVID-19 pandemic has significantly affected tourism activity; the economic and social consequences for countries dependent on this sector are serious. In Ecuador tourism is important for development; the government has proposed to relaunch it by promoting national tourism. This article seeks to...
Link between physical and sporting activity and alcohol consumption by citizens over the age of 14
The aim of this research is to identify the possible link that may exist between the consumption of alcohol by the population with the various socio-demographic variables, as well as the influence that physical and sporting practice may have on the creation of healthy lifestyles. The sample consists...
The health of the social sector: professionals and education for health in prisons
The reform of 18 January 1994 delegating the management of prison care to the hospital sector, which was previously part of the Prison Administration, marks the inclusion of a public health logic in prisons. In addition to the provision of primary care, the legislator establishes a preventive task f...
Hospital efficiency in Colombian regions with perceptions of corruption, using the DEA technique
Efficiency is an important issue in analysing the public sector and of greater interest when looking at the health sector. The objective of this study is to identify the efficiency of level I public hospitals in the departments of Córdoba, Sucre and Valle del Cauca, given their high perception of co...
Social attachment of UAGRO’s dental social service providers in Guerrero
The suffering and deterioration of the oral disease increase their presence among the population in all areas: local, regional and national, with the greatest conditions in the poorest, and therefore efforts have been made between educational institutions and the health sector to implement strategie...
Housing policy in the context of urban poverty; in Mexico: challenges and prospects for social participation
In the last decades, the governments of the countries of the world; they have sought to incorporate into their plans and programmes: development of a number of policies stemming from commitments international, seeking to ensure that they are locally owned; relevant to tackling urban poverty and urba...
From gay fever to Barebacking sex: AIDS, biopolitics and the risk to health
In this article we seek to address issues relevant to the AIDS virus, including gay fever as a metaphor, safe sex and condoms as a biopolitical tool, demosexualisation of the epidemic, and health risk, ending with the barebacking sex. These discussions become relevant, mainly at a time when issues s...
The STATE OF THE CONSUMER AND THE PRESTACTION OF HEALTH SERVICES, conversations and DIVERGENCIES
On the basis of an analysis of legislation, doctrine and case-law, this article seeks to establish the scope and/or scope of application of Law 1480/2011, the current Consumer Statute, in relation to the provision of health services. To this end, it will examine the compatibility it expects with the...
“Eating” and witchcraft in a rural population in Boyacá: “Postiza disease”
On the basis of ethnographic work carried out between 2007 and 2008, this article explores the interrelations between local concepts of disease, “eating” and witchcraft in a rural sector in the municipality of Ráquira (Boyacá). health/disease processes and cooking.
The family as a unit of survival, feelings and change in interventions psicosociales:intenciones and realities
This test invites reflection on the consequences of taking the family as a unit of change in the various social bodies they care for. The family is an ecosystem unit, creating solidarity between time and space for distillation. It operates through rituals, myths and epistemes that are organised at t...
The cultural set-up of a public hospital
Hospital organisations can grant scenarios of political processes where interests arise from different professional and organisational visions and cultures. This work seeks to answer the following question: what is the cultural configuration of public hospitals in the care sector in Mexico, and are...
Childhood and job flexibility in the agriculture export mexicana
Desde mid-1980s, reduction public spending on the countryside and the removal of trade barriers they challenged the competitiveness of the Mexican agricultural sector. Companies adopted technological and work organisation changes on the basis of a labour mix with the force of work devalued for gende...
Conditions of quality of life in the work of women in the agricultural sector. Canton RUMIÑAHUI.
Se analysed the quality of life conditions of work for women in the agricultural sector in the RUMIÑAHUI Canton; to this end, a socio-economic characterisation was carried out, and the dimensions of quality of life at work were then identified, resulting in an objective and subjective assessment of...