Capital social de las mujeres mayores usuarias de la red pública de la atención primaria de salud

Estela Arcos, Ximena Sánchez, Christine Bailey, Luis González, Antonia Vollrath, Luz Angélica Muñoz

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Background: Social capital is an economical idea that refers to connections between individuals and entities that can be economically valuable. Aim: To establish the relationship of social capital as a health care asset, with sociodemographic variables of older women attending public health care services. Material and Methods: Chen’s Personal Social Capital scale was applied to 113 women aged between 64 and 80 years during 2014. Cronbach’s alpha of the instrument was calculated. Results: The Cronbach’s alpha of the instrument was 0.86. The average score for social capital was 23.9 points of a maximum of 50. Bridging capital scores had the higher disparity, specifically in participation in community organizations and the representation of their interest in them. Bonding capital decreased along with a higher age of interviewed women (r =-0,43, p < 0,01). Higher territorial roots were associated with a lower perception of social community resource availability (r =-0,42, p < 0,01). Conclusions: The social capital scores in these women were low. Their better support networks were close relationships and relatives. The sensation of solitude increased with age.

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Páginas (desde - hasta)972-979
Número de páginas8
PublicaciónRevista Medica de Chile
Volumen144
Número de edición8
EstadoPublished - 1 ago 2016

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Primary Health Care
Social Capital
Economics
Delivery of Health Care
Social Perception
Consumer Participation
United States Public Health Service
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    Arcos, Estela; Sánchez, Ximena; Bailey, Christine; González, Luis; Vollrath, Antonia; Muñoz, Luz Angélica / Capital social de las mujeres mayores usuarias de la red pública de la atención primaria de salud.

    En: Revista Medica de Chile, Vol. 144, N.º 8, 01.08.2016, p. 972-979.

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    En: Revista Medica de Chile, Vol. 144, N.º 8, 01.08.2016, p. 972-979.

    Resultado de la investigación: Contribución a la publicaciónArticle

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