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Libro de resúmenes II Congreso de Iniciación a la Investigación en Ciencias de la Salud

El Congreso de Iniciación a la Investigación es un evento emocionante y enriquecedor diseñado para estudiantes que están llevando a cabo proyectos de fin de grado, proyectos de iniciación a la investigación o incluso en primero años del doctorado. Durante este congreso, los estudiantes tienen la oportunidad de presentar sus investigaciones a un público diverso de académicos, profesionales y estudiantes de las diferentes áreas. Además de las presentaciones, se llevan a cabo charlas de profesio...

Parents’ Assumptions and Beliefs about the Impact of Cultural Diversity on Children: A Preliminary Study in Italy, Bulgaria, Germany, Greece, and Spain

This study investigates parents’ perceptions of the impact of cultural diversity on their children and their role in facilitating their children’s navigation through diverse cultural landscapes. A questionnaire, part of the Erasmus+ REACT project (the reciprocal maieutic approach), was distributed among 243 parents of secondary school children in Bulgaria, Italy, Greece, and Spain. It aimed to shed light on the effects of cultural diversity on young individuals and the influence of parents in...

An Opportunity for Management of Fatigue, Physical Condition, and Quality of Life Through Asynchronous Telerehabilitation in Patients After Acute Coronavirus Disease 2019: A Randomized Controlled Pilot Study

Objective: To compare the preliminary efficacy of asynchronous telerehabilitation in patients after acute coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) on fatigue, physical condition, quality of life, and feasibility of this pilot study with that of a booklet format. Design: Randomized pilot study with 2 intervention arms: asynchronous telerehabilitation group and booklet-based rehabilitation group, with 2 follow-ups at 3 and 6 months. Setting: Hospital. Participants: Patients discharged after COVID-19...

Early removal of the etonogestrel contraceptive implant in Spanish women: a prospective cohort study

Purpose: To know the discontinuation rate and characterize predictors and reasons of contraceptive implant removal within 12 months of insertion in our community setting. Methods: This prospective cohort study included women receiving the etonogestrel contraceptive implant at sexual and reproductive health centers between September 2019 and September 2020. The variables collected were implanted insertion timing, reproductive and demographic characteristics, medical conditions, sexual activ...