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Ana María Medina

Diego Arias Delgado

Jerónimo Ramírez Pazos

Dario Velasquez Robles

Maria Paula Cuervo Landinez

Andrea López Sanmiguel

Andrés Salgado Cendales

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Resumen

La angustia moral (AM) es un fenómeno descrito en el personal de salud, que poco a poco va ganando interés por estar involucrado en la cotidianidad de la toma de decisiones clínicas. El objetivo del presente trabajo fue estructurar una visión general del concepto. Se realizó una revisión temática con análisis cualitativo del contenido de 40 artículos relacionados con el tema y obtenidos de la base datos PubMed. Obteniendo que la AM es un fenómeno multicausal del cual no se tiene aún un modelo concreto que permita entenderla e interpretarla por lo que no se conoce su frecuencia, su intensidad o el alcance de su impacto a ciencia cierta.  La AM es un fenómeno que no tiene un cuerpo teórico que permita entenderla por completo, por lo que se hace necesario diseñar herramientas interdisciplinares que permitan su comprensión y abordaje.

Keywords

“Moral distress”, , moral distress, palliative care, end of life, educationcuidados paliativos, educación médica, angustia moral, final de vida

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Medina, A. M., Arias Delgado, D., Ramírez Pazos, J., Velasquez Robles, D., Cuervo Landinez, M. P., López Sanmiguel, A., & Salgado Cendales, A. (2022). Angustia moral y educación médica: revisión temática para la visibilización de un problema en expansión. Universitas Medica, 63(1). https://doi.org/10.11144/Javeriana.umed63-1.amem
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