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Título : Barreras de acceso a la atención odontológica durante la primera infancia. Medellín, 2007
Otros títulos : Barriers to dental care access during early childhood. Medellin, 2007
Autor : Quintero Valencia, Cielo Astrid
Robledo Bermúdez, Diana Patricia
Vásquez Hernández, Alejandro
Delgado Restrepo, Oriana
Franco Cortés, Ángela María
metadata.dc.subject.*: Administración de servicios de salud
Cuidado dental para niños
Servicios de salud dental
Servicios de salud
Health services administration
Salud
Health
Salud pública
Public health
Fecha de publicación : 2014
Editorial : Universidad de Antioquia, Facultad de Odontología
Citación : Quintero CA, Robledo DP, Vásquez A, Delgado O, Franco ÁM. Barreras de acceso a la atención odontológica durante la primera infancia. Medellín, 2007. Rev Fac Odontol Univ Antioq. 2014;25(2): 325-341.
Resumen : Introduction: in health systems, access refers to the organization of services to ensure entry into the system and treatment continuity. The objective of this study was to identify dental care access barriers in children under the age of six from the experience reported by mothers and caregivers. Methods: this was a descriptive study based on an individual semi-structured interview to 11 community mothers (caregivers) and group interviews with 37 biological mothers, of whom 20 participated in a second individual interview because they had attended dental consultation for their children in the past. Results: community mothers are important in identifying children’s oral problems but they consider that oral care demands are a responsibility of parents. Mothers value their children’s oral health but they do not demand health care due to the fear of a traumatic situation. Health institutions encourage health care demands at more advanced ages. Access to services is even harder for SISBEN members. Conclusions: during early childhood, children of lower socioeconomic levels face multiple barriers to dental care access. Even health insurance fails to guarantee access. The most frequent barriers are of economic nature, but there are also cultural barriers and those related to the system’s organization, such as children’s short age, often used by mothers and institutions as an excuse to avoid requesting or providing timely care.
ISSN : 0121246X
21457670 E
Aparece en las colecciones: CIFO (Centro de Investigaciones de la Facultad de Odontología)

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