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Intervenciones breves para promover cambios conductuales en el ámbito de la atención primaria: revisión de su efectividad en consumo de tabaco, alcohol y sedentarismo / Brief interventions to promote behavioral change in primary care settings, a review of their effectiveness for smoking, alcohol and physical inactivity

Rosembaun, A; Rojas, P; Rodriguez, MV; Barticevic, N; Rivera Mercado, S.
Medwave; 18(1): http://www.medwave.cl/link.cgi/Medwave/Revisiones/RevisionClinica/7148, 25-02-2018.
Artigo em Inglês, Espanhol | LILACS-Express | 2018 | ID: biblio-908959
Resumo: La intervención breve en salud es una estrategia terapéutica, sugerida para abordar cambios conductuales asociados a factores de riesgo de enfermedades crónicas no transmisibles. Existe amplia evidencia sobre su efectividad. Sin embargo, esta evidencia se sustenta en distintas definiciones de intervención breve, lo que dificulta su aplicación clínica. Este artículo de revisión de literatura, se propuso realizar una búsqueda de revisiones sistemáticas en la base de datos Epistemonikos con el fin de identificar factores comunes en su definición y resumir algunas estrategias de intervención breve usadas con frecuencia en la atención primaria de salud. Asimismo, se busca describir su efectividad en este contexto clínico, para tres factores de riesgo: tabaco, alcohol y actividad física.
The brief intervention is a therapeutic strategy suggested to address behavioral changes associated with risk factors for chronic non-communicable diseases and there is ample evidence of its effectiveness. However, this evidence is sustained by various definitions of "brief intervention", a fact that makes the clinical application of this strategy difficult. This literature review article aimed to conduct a search for systematic reviews in the Epistemonikos database in order to identify common factors in the definition of "brief intervention" and summarize some brief intervention strategies frequently used in primary health care. It also seeks to describe their effectiveness, for three risk factors: tobacco, alcohol and physical activity, within this clinical context
Biblioteca responsável: CL437.9