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      Ideación Suicida en pacientes con cáncer de mama estadíos lll-lV, Chiclayo Translated title: Suicidal Ideation in patients with breast cancer stage lll-lV, Chiclayo


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          RESUMEN Se buscó determinar los niveles de ideación suicida, según dimensión y describir aspectos psicosociales (N= 75) pacientes, 18 a 75 años con cáncer de mama, estadíos III - IV, hospital estatal, Chiclayo, agosto a diciembre, 2016. Investigación no experimental, descriptiva. Escala utilizada, Ideación Suicida de Beck. Se obtuvo niveles bajos en actitud hacia la vida/ muerte, proyecto de intento suicida, desesperanza y pensamientos/deseos suicidas. La mayoría era casada, ama de casa y paciente en estadío III; tiempo de diagnóstico de 7 a 12 meses; importancia a la religión, más frecuente, católica. Calificaron, nivel de dolor como intenso; recibir apoyo emocional y económico, principalmente de la familia. Nivel bajo de ideación suicida

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          ABSTRACT We sought to determine the levels of suicidal ideation, according to dimension and describe psychosocial aspects (N = 75) patients, 18 to 75 years with breast cancer, stages III - IV, state hospital, Chiclayo, August to December, 2016. Non-experimental research, descriptive. Scale used, Beck Suicide Ideation. Low levels were obtained in attitude towards life / death, project of suicidal attempt, hopelessness and suicidal thoughts / desires. The majority were married, housewive and patient in stage III; diagnostic time of 7 to 12 months; importance to religion, more frequent, catholic. They rated, pain level as intense; receive emotional and economic support, mainly from the family. Low level of suicidal ideation

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          RESUMO Procurou-se determinar os níveis de ideação suicida e descrever os aspectos psicossociais (N = 75) pacientes, 18 a 75 años com câncer de mama, etapas III-IV, hospital estadual, Chiclayo, agosto a dezembro de 2016. Pesquisa não experimental, descritivo. Escala utilizada, Ideação Suicida de Beck. Obteve-se baixos níveis em atitude para com a vida / morte, projeto de tentativa suicida, desesperança e pensamentos / desejos suicidas. A maioria era casada, dona de casa e paciente no estágio III; tempo de diagnóstico de 7 a 12 meses; importância para a religião, mais freqüente, católica. Avaliaram-se, o nível de dor como intenso; receber apoio emocional e econômico, principalmente da família. Baixo nível de ideação suicida

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                Revista de Investigacion Psicologica
                Revista de Psicologia
                Instituto de Investigacion,Interaccion y Postgrado de Psicologia (La Paz, , Bolivia )
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                : 31-54
                [02] orgnameUniversidad Católica Santo Toribio de Mogrovejo dominguezc.psicologa@ 123456outlook.com
                [01] orgnameUniversidad Católica Santo Toribio de Mogrovejo lauradelarosaq@ 123456gmail.com
                [03] orgnameUniversidad César Vallejo orgdiv1Instituto Guestalt de Lima orgdiv2Universidad Católica Santo Toribio de Mogrovejo mcortezusat.edu.pe; masi_covi@ 123456hotmail.com
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                : 20 June 2019
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