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- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoActividades de ocio, recreación, deporte y factores ambientales en personas con discapacidad del barrio Olaya Herrera sector Rafael Núñez y un sector del barrio Huellas de Alberto Uribe en la ciudad de Cartagena – Colombia(2019-05-28) Colina Padilla, Laura Vanessa; Bossa Robledo, Clariza; Vásquez Rojano, Katy MarcelaThe present investigation is structured in the concepts of leisure, recreation and sport of people with disabilities in the city of Cartagena. GENERAL PURPOSE: Characterize leisure, recreation and sports practices and the environmental factors of people with disabilities living in a neighborhood of the city of Cartagena. METHODOLOGY: A descriptive investigation with a cross section. We applied a survey developed by the research group that is based on the International Classification of Functioning (CIF) that information on leisure, recreation and sports activities and contextual factors that prove to be barriers or facilitators for people in the condition of disability of Two sectors of the Olaya Herrera neighborhood. The population consisted of 35 people with a type of disability aged between 11 and 87 years residing in the neighborhoods Olaya Herrera (Sector Rafael Núñez) and a neighborhood sector of Alberto Uribe. The data was included in the Microsoft Office Excel program and then analyzed with the Information 7.2 program
- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoBarreras personales para la práctica de actividad física durante el puerperio en mujeres de una fundación de Cartagena(2019-02-05) Dovale Lara, Isabel Ivanna; Salas Destauhe, Mirelis; Kelly Avendaño, BertildaOBJECTIVE: to identify the personal barriers to the practice of Physical Activity during the period in women of a Cartagena Foundation. METHOD This investigation is a study of quantitative approach, descriptive cross-sectional type. The population consisted of post-partum mothers, whose ages were in a range of 17 to 41 years, which were attached to the foundation. The mother was interviewed to know her level of education, marital status, occupation, level of schooling, socioeconomic stratum to which she belongs, as she was or was her puerperium period, whether or not she performed physical activity during it; If this was not done, we proceeded to identify the possible barriers to perform this practice, through the questionnaire "BarrierstoBeing Active Quiz" in its version is Spanish validated in Colombia. Taking into account the information provided by the prenatal control sheets, weight and height were determined before and during pregnancy. Weight and height variables were obtained after weighing and sizing after pregnancy. Once this information was obtained, the data were entered in a database in Excel, then they were graphed in this same program in such a way that the frequency and percentage of each of the variables studied were interpreted. RESULTS: The average age of the puerperal mothers was 27 years, these were divided into three groups, 17-24 years, 25-32 years and 33-41 years of age. Group 2 had the highest number of women who did not perform Physical Activity (FA) compared to the other two groups, but in the same way had the highest number of women that if they performed FA, the group of 33-41 years did not have any A woman who was a woman who performed AF, on the contrary, it happened in the group of younger age of 17-24 years where all performed AF. This means that puerperal women with less age are more active than more active women than those who are older.
- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoFactores contextuales en personas con discapacidad física: artículo de revisión(Universidad de San Buenaventura, 2021-09-28) López Torres, Yoryeth Patricia; Medrano Ardila, Loren’s Patricia; Pacheco Vásquez, Geiser Paola; De Ávila Quintana, Luz Dary; GIMHUS - Grupo de Investigación de Movimiento Humano y SaludObjetivo: Determinar los factores contextuales de personas con discapacidad física. Metodología: Se realizó una revisión sistemática donde se consultaron bases de datos y portales científicos como: PubMed, SciELO, Elsevier, ScienceDirect, Medline y Biblioteca virtual en salud (BVS). Se incluyeron artículos y ensayos con personas que presenten una discapacidad física. Se seleccionaron artículos publicados entre el 2011 y 2021, en español, inglés u otro idioma. Resultados: En la búsqueda realizada obtuvimos un total de 40 artículos publicados relacionados con nuestro tema de interés en lengua española e inglesa, luego del análisis se tomaron tan solo 21 artículos para esta investigación. Comentarios: Se pudo concluir, a pesar de la poca cantidad de artículos recientes encontrados acerca del tema, que en la mayoría de los resultados se hallaron un gran número de barreras que dificultan la participación de las personas con discapacidad física y su desplazamiento tanto dentro como fuera de sus viviendas.
- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoPrácticas de ocio, recreación, deporte y factores contextuales en personas con discapacidad en el barrio el Pozón de Cartagena(2019-05-28) Hurtado Puello, Yuberlis Gisell; Marrugo Marrugo, Maira Alejandra; Saldarriaga Escobar, DianaINTRODUCTION: Currently, more than one billion people live around the world with a disability; of them, almost 200 million experience considerable difficulties in their functioning. According to the World Health Organization (WHO), disability is a general term that covers deficiencies, limitations of activity and restrictions on participation. OBJECTIVE: To characterize the leisure, recreation and sports practices of people with disabilities in a neighborhood of Cartagena, in the same way, the barriers and facilitators for their development. RESULT: a low or almost null participation and inclusion of this population in the studied dynamics was revealed, also demonstrating the disinformation about the therapeutic benefits that these practices generate. CONCLUTION: the barriers that make impossible, according to the information obtained by the users, the participation or realization of said activities, the first place is the economic resources with 83.93%, also the transportation with 64.29%, the accessibility to the street with 37.50% , the society with 25%, public policies with 23.21% and only 19.64% consider that the addition does not allow them to attend the activities
- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoTrabajo y transexualidad: estrategias de afrontamiento(Universidad de San Buenaventura, 2018) Zamudio Álvarez, Briyith Stefania; Borrero Serna, Paula; Caicedo Muñoz, Silvia CristinaThe following research, aims to identify the barriers that cross three transsexual people to enter the world of work. Therefore, in the present research will develop concepts such as transsexuality, social stigmatization, work, job discrimination, and finally the barriers they face. To carry out this research, a collection of information was done, based on bibliographical reviews and with the participation of three trans people, allowing to identify what are the main barriers to face, based on social stigmatization, which is justified by cultural patterns, but in turn, such barriers constitute an opportunity in some cases for the trans people to develop strategies of coping with exclusion. It was evident throughout the work that, indeed some of the stigmatizations infer in the creation of labor barriers, because as mentioned by the participants of the project, if a person listens to a trans imagines that is the worst, this gives way to create barriers that make it difficult for trans students to work, but they also emphasize in their speech that one of the coping strategies is to prepare academically by expanding their study curriculum, getting closer to the people so that they know them, and understand that being trans is not synonymous with being sick, and also, to demonstrate that the identity and orientation does not infer in the capacities and aptitudes of a person at work and in his life in general.