Experiencias de equidad de género de los enfermeros varones durante sus estudios subgraduados: enfoque cualitativo

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Karen Mora-Heras

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Objetivo: Analizar cómo los enfermeros describen sus experiencias en los programas de enfermería: experiencias negativas y positivas relacionadas con la equidad de género. Método: Estudio cualitativo descriptivo con una muestra de 27 participantes, enfermeros varones egresados de programas de bachillerato (licenciatura) en enfermería de alguna institución en Puerto Rico. Resultados: Las experiencias positivas que les ayudaron a superar las experiencias negativas y que fueron influyentes en su decisión de persistir hasta graduarse son: a) tener compañeros y profesores del mismo género, hacer mención del rol del hombre en la historia de la enfermería, el apoyo de la facultad, el apoyo por parte de los familiares y las oportunidades que le brindan en la práctica. Conclusión: A su juicio, los enfermeros consideran que las experiencias positivas contribuyeron a contrarrestar el efecto de las experiencias negativas y les ayudaron a persistir en el programa y a completar el grado.

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Mora-Heras, K. (2022). Experiencias de equidad de género de los enfermeros varones durante sus estudios subgraduados: enfoque cualitativo. Investigación E Innovación: Revista Científica De Enfermería, 2(1), 60–71. Recuperado a partir de https://revistas.unjbg.edu.pe/index.php/iirce/article/view/1371
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