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Miguel Antonio Sanchez Cárdenas

Juan Esteban Correa Morales

Angie Carolina Guerrero Benítez

Vilma Katherine Suarez Prieto

Jenny Rocío Moreno García

Martha Ximena León Delgado

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Resumen

Introducción. Dada la alta carga de enfermedades crónicas no transmisibles y el sufrimiento grave es importante estudiar los cuidados paliativos en los sistemas de salud pública. Objetivo. Analizar las estrategias de evaluación del desarrollo de los cuidados paliativos. Material y métodos. Se realizó una revisión sistemática de la literatura utilizando dos motores de búsqueda: pubMed y Embase, se seleccionaron artículos que evalúan el desarrollo en cuidados paliativos en al menos dos países. Se evaluó la calidad de los estudios según las fuentes de información utilizadas para la construcción de las estrategias de evaluación. Los resultados se presentan en una síntesis narrativa. Resultados. Se identificaron 15 estrategias de evaluación de los cuidados paliativos que comparten una estructura en común y se estableció una clasificación según su metodología en cuatro grupos: de registro, clasificación nominal, clasificación numérica y estrategias mixtas. Conclusiones. La clasificación de las estrategias de evaluación de los cuidados paliativos facilitará la elección del modelo más adecuado para las necesidades de cada contexto así como también la identificación de los medios necesarios para asegurar la implementación universal en los sistemas de salud.

Keywords

Palliative care, diagnosis of health situation, public healthCuidados paliativos, diagnóstico de la situación de salud, salud públicaCuidados paliativos, diagnóstico da situação de saúde, saúde pública

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Sanchez Cárdenas, M. A., Correa Morales, J. E. ., Guerrero Benítez, A. C. ., Suarez Prieto, V. K. ., Moreno García, J. R. ., & León Delgado, M. X. . (2021). Estrategias de evaluación del desarrollo de los Cuidados Paliativos: una revisión sistemática. Gerencia Y Políticas De Salud, 20. https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.rgps20.eedc
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