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- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoDiferentes roles de tres profesionales de psicología en los cuidados paliativos pediátricos(Universidad de San Buenaventura, 2017) Valencia López, Paula Vanessa; Arévalo Lozano, Mariana AlejandraThis study focuses on problem tizar the role assigned, the assumed role and the possible role of three professional psychology who work in the area of palliative care given to pediatric patients in the city of Cali / Colombia, from stories built on their work, their experiences and ideas, as well as from the strategies used to intervene with children and their families around the terminal disease. The research was conducted using qualitative method with descriptive scope, through interviews applied to the professionals concerned. Through analysis of the stories of three professionals, it was found that although the assigned roles are aimed to provide information and the intervention of an inter and multidisciplinary team makes a lack of clarity in scope versus immediate intervention. Regarding the role assumed by the psychologist found based on their own conceptions of what it means life and death, which is permeated by their experiences and theoretical approaches. And finally, the possible role it was possible to demonstrate that their work is primarily psychological and emotional support to the child and family in the disease process, treatment and end of life, using strategies such as; Accompanying authorization of medicines, games and artistic expressions directed at children, stimulation tools for children with neurological problems, creating spaces parent group self-care and parenting guidelines; using resources guided imagery, relaxation, videos and talks about authority, individual intervention, phone accompaniment to after the child's death parents.
- PublicaciónAcceso abiertoRol del psicólogo en cuidados paliativos y aspectos emocionales que inciden en su labor: un estudio de caso(Universidad de San Buenaventura, 2019) Canizales Palacio, Laura Isabel; Pérez Morales, María FernandaThis research, called the role of the psychologist in palliative care and emotional aspects that affect their work: a case study, sought to examine from a humanist perspective, the relationship between the psychologist who works in palliative care, the patient and his family, and from there outline the emotions that are implicit in the professional when intervening in the palliative field. Method: Cross-sectional study, with a qualitative approach, of descriptive scope, in which the in-depth interview applied to a health professional specialized in the field of palliative care was used as an instrument for data collection. General objective: to describe the role of the psychologist in palliative care and the emotional aspects that affect his work. Specific objectives: Explain the role of the psychologist in the field of palliative care, then investigate the relationship psychologist-patient and family, finally analyze the incidence of emotional aspects that mediate the work of the psychologist. Results: The most significant results show the functions performed by the psychologist in the palliative field in the accompaniment of the patient and the family in a chronic, terminal and degenerative condition and the emotions that arise in it when intervening. Discussion: Highlight the sensitivity Vs. Objectivity that transcend in the palliative field, recognize which are the clinico-aesthetic resources with which the psychologist works and how they mediate in supplying the needs of the patient and the family. Conclusions: The most relevant aspects of the study were: understanding those emotional aspects that are mobilized when intervening and identifying the work overload of the professional and the various activities that he does to deal with the emotions that allow him to reconnect with his work.