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Title: L'adequació de l'escala ECISACH-BCN-PSMAR a les àrees d'hospitalització sociosanitària de llarga estada del Consorci Sanitari de l'Alt Penedès i Garraf
Author: Cussó Bertran, Hèctor
Tutor: Caamaño Ponte, José Luis
Keywords: social health work
health care
Issue Date: Jun-2020
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya (UOC)
Abstract: The emergence of the ECISACH scale represents a paradigm shift in the profession of Health Social Work. The assessment of the complexity of social intervention during health processes goes from subjectivity and professional criteria to standardized quantitative measurement, opening new lines of research that can provide greater strength and scientific criteria for our intervention. Given these arguments, the present research aims to determine the validity of the ECISACH scale in the long-stay social and health unit of the Alt Penedès i Garraf Health Consortium, understanding the existence of differences in the characteristics and time of approach to Health Social Work in relation to other hospital units and, based on the hypothesis that it is not appropriate because it does not include high temporality rates such as those presented in the unit. Based on a systematic data extraction and a descriptive, multivariate and cross-sectional analysis, the variables are compared and grouped according to the items on the scale to assess their representativeness and distribution. It has been determined that the items of "institutional response time" and "social resolution time" are not representative of the time presented by the intervention in the unit, but that this fact is not sufficient to state that the ECISACH scale it is not adequate, but its results may be altered. Finally, a multi-center study proposal is made to have a more representative sample and results.
Language: Catalan
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