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La Terapia Ocupacional en adolescentes con problemas de salud mental: Un análisis de la producción científica
Mercedes Seoane Bouzas, Iván De Rosende Celeiro
IB - Salut. Palma de Mallorca, España

Rev Paraninfo digital, 2014: 20

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Seoane Bouzas, Mercedes; De Rosende Celeiro, Iván. La Terapia Ocupacional en adolescentes con problemas de salud mental: Un análisis de la producción científica. Rev Paraninfo Digital, 2014; 20. Disponible en: <http://www.index-f.com/para/n20/176.php> Consultado el 06 de Junio del 2020

 

La incidencia de las enfermedades mentales ha aumentado de una forma considerable en la última década, ocasionando un elevado gasto en los servicios de atención a la salud. En la Asamblea Mundial de la Salud del año 2013, los profesionales sanitarios destacaron el impacto de los trastornos mentales sobre los servicios del estado del bienestar, así como la necesidad de articular una respuesta integral y coordinada del sector de la salud y de los servicios sociales. Es fundamental la prevención y la atención en los primeros brotes de la enfermedad, los cuales suelen producirse en la adolescencia, con el objetivo de prevenir y disminuir el deterioro a nivel funcional y social [seguir leyendo].

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