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dc.contributor.advisorPalacios-Espinosa, Ximena 
dc.creatorFuica Prieto, Simone 
dc.date.accessioned2014-12-10T16:18:59Z
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dc.date.created2014-11-28
dc.date.issued2014 
dc.identifier.urihttp://repository.urosario.edu.co/handle/10336/9061
dc.descriptionEl trasplante de órganos y/o tejidos es considerado como una opción terapéutica viable para el tratamiento tanto de enfermedades crónicas o en estadios terminales, como de afectaciones no vitales, pero que generen una disminución en la calidad de vida percibida por el paciente. Este procedimiento, de carácter multidimensional, está compuesto por 3 actores principales: el donante, el órgano/tejido, y el receptor. Si bien un porcentaje significativo de investigaciones y planes de intervención han girado en torno a la dimensión biológica del trasplante, y a la promoción de la donación; el interés por la experiencia psicosocial y la calidad de vida de los receptores en este proceso ha aumentado durante la última década. En relación con esto, la presente monografía se plantea como objetivo general la exploración de la experiencia y los significados construidos por los pacientes trasplantados, a través de una revisión sistemática de la literatura sobre esta temática. Para ello, se plantearon unos objetivos específicos derivados del general, se seleccionaron términos o palabras claves por cada uno de estos, y se realizó una búsqueda en 5 bases de datos para revistas indexadas: Ebsco Host (Academic Search; y Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection); Proquest; Pubmed; y Science Direct. A partir de los resultados, se establece que si bien la vivencia de los receptores ha comenzado a ser investigada, aún es necesaria una mayor exploración sobre la experiencia de estos pacientes; exploración que carecería de objetivo si no se hiciera a través de las narrativas o testimonios de los mismos receptores
dc.description.abstractThe organ/tissue transplantation is considered a viable therapeutic option for the treatment of both chronic and terminal stages, and for non-vital affectations, which produce a decrease in health-related quality of life, perceived by the patient. This multidimensional procedure is composed by three main actors: the donor, the organ or tissue, and the receiver. While a significant percentage of the investigation and intervention plans have revolved around both the biological dimension of transplantation and the donation promotion; an interest for the psychosocial experience and quality of life of the receptors in this process has increased over the last decade. In this regard, this paper has as general purpose the exploration of the experience and the meaning generated by the transplant patients, through a systematic review of the literature on this subject. For this aim, specific objectives were established, then keywords were selected by each of these, and a systematic search was performed in 5 databases: Ebsco Host (Academic Search, and Psychology and Behavioral Sciences Collection), Proquest, Pubmed, and Science Direct. From the results, it is stated that further exploration of the experience of these patients is still necessary; and this exploration devoid of purpose if is not done through the narrative or testimony from receptors themselves.
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dc.sourceinstname:Universidad del Rosario
dc.sourcereponame:Repositorio Institucional EdocUR
dc.subjectreceptor
dc.subjecttrasplante de órganos
dc.subjecttrasplante de tejidos
dc.subjectimagen corporal
dc.subjectconsecuencias psicológicas
dc.subjectgift-exchange
dc.subjectsentido de la vida
dc.subjectpsicoterapia
dc.subject.ddcVarias ramas de la medicina, Cirugía  
dc.subject.lembPsicoterapia
dc.subject.lembTrasplantes de órganos, tejidos, etc.
dc.subject.lembPsicología
dc.titleLa experiencia de los receptores en el trasplante de órganos y tejidos
dc.typebachelorThesis
dc.publisherUniversidad del Rosario
dc.creator.degreePsicólogo(a)
dc.publisher.programPsicología
dc.publisher.departmentEscuela de Medicina y Ciencias de la Salud
dc.subject.keywordreceptors
dc.subject.keywordorgan transplantation
dc.subject.keywordtissue transplantation
dc.subject.keywordbody image
dc.subject.keywordpsychological outcomes
dc.subject.keywordgift-exchange
dc.subject.keywordsense of life
dc.subject.keywordpsychotherapy
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