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Resilience and its Relationship with Nursing Care in a Vulnerable Population during the COVID-19 Pandemic

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Rosa Perez-Siguas ,
Rosa Perez-Siguas

Instituto Peruano de Saud Familiar, TIC Research Center: eHealth & eEducation. Lima, Perú

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Hernan Matta- Solis ,
Hernan Matta- Solis

Instituto Peruano de Saud Familiar, TIC Research Center: eHealth & eEducation. Lima, Perú

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Eduardo Matta-Solis ,
Eduardo Matta-Solis

Instituto Peruano de Saud Familiar, TIC Research Center: eHealth & eEducation. Lima, Perú

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Victoria Tacas-Yarcuri ,
Victoria Tacas-Yarcuri

Instituto Peruano de Saud Familiar, TIC Research Center: eHealth & eEducation. Lima, Perú

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Hernan Matta-Perez ,
Hernan Matta-Perez

Instituto Peruano de Saud Familiar, TIC Research Center: eHealth & eEducation. Lima, Perú.

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Alejandro Cruzata-Martinez ,
Alejandro Cruzata-Martinez

Instituto Peruano de Saud Familiar, TIC Research Center: eHealth & eEducation. Lima, Perú

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Eva Ventura-Hernandez ,
Eva Ventura-Hernandez

Universidad Cesar Vallejo, Escuela de Posgrado. Lima, Perú.

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Abstract

Introduction: Resilience in the population allows to develop coping skills in situations that put their health well-being at risk, and during the pandemic it has been shown that the population can adapt and face this situation without altering their health well-being, therefore, their research objective is to determine resilience and its relationship with nursing care in a vulnerable population during the COVID-19 pandemic, Methods: It is a quantitative, descriptive and cross-sectional study, with a population of 1343 participants who developed a sociodemographic questionnaire and the Connor-Davidson resilience scale, Results In their results, 13(1%) of the inhabitants have a low resilience, 413 (30.8%) a medium resilience and 917 (68.2%) a high resilience, Conclusions: In conclusion, strategies regarding the mental health of the inhabitants have been promoted to improve their coping skills.

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Perez-Siguas R, Matta- Solis H, Matta-Solis E, Tacas-Yarcuri V, Matta-Perez H, Cruzata-Martinez A, Ventura-Hernandez E. Resilience and its Relationship with Nursing Care in a Vulnerable Population during the COVID-19 Pandemic. Salud, Ciencia y Tecnología [Internet]. 2024 Feb. 11 [cited 2024 Jul. 20];4:777. Available from: https://revista.saludcyt.ar/ojs/index.php/sct/article/view/777

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