Estado actual de investigación en parálisis cerebral y envejecimiento: revisión sistemática | Current state of research in cerebral palsy and aging: systematic review

  • Patricia Solís García Universidad Internacional de La Rioja. España
  • Sara Real Castelao Centro Asociado UNED Ponferrada. España
Palabras clave: Parálisis cerebral, envejecimiento, discapacidad, revisión sistemática

Resumen


El objetivo de la presente revisión es analizar las publicaciones en el área de parálisis cerebral y envejecimiento, respecto a tipo y volumen de publicaciones, metodología, áreas temáticas y edad de corte de la muestra. La importancia de la temática se deriva del incremento de la esperanza de vida de este colectivo y su aumento demográfco, que conlleva a que surja un nuevo colectivo con demandas específcas a las que la comunidad científca debe dar respuesta. Se plantea una búsqueda en las principales bases de datos y un análisis siguiendo el método PRISMA, con el fin de que la revisión sea sistemática y replicable. Tras el análisis de las publicaciones se destaca la predominancia de estudios empíricos del área médica, debilidades metodológicas comunes al área de investigación y la necesidad de realizar investigaciones longitudinales y de corte psicosocial que permitan dar respuesta de manera integral.

Biografía del autor/a

Patricia Solís García, Universidad Internacional de La Rioja. España

Doctora en Psicología por la Universidad de Oviedo con una tesis doctoral sobre necesidades de las personas con discapacidad intelectual. Es además maestra en Educación Primaria, Pedagogía Terapéutica y Audición y Lenguaje, y máster en Integración de Personas con Discapacidad por la Universidad de Salamanca (USAL). Actualmente es profesora de la Facultad de Educación de la Universidad Internacional de la Rioja (UNIR). Sus líneas de investigación se centran en las actitudes hacia la discapacidad y el envejecimiento de las personas con discapacidad.

Sara Real Castelao, Centro Asociado UNED Ponferrada. España

Doctora en Psicología por la Universidad de Oviedo, con título de Experto Sociolaboral por la misma universidad y Experto en Estadísticas e Indicadores Educativos por la Universidad Nacional de Educación a Distancia (UNED). Ha trabajado como directora de Investigación y Postgrados en la Pontifcia Universidad Católica del Ecuador (PUCESE), como profesora en la Universidad Internacional de la Rioja (UNIR). En la actualidad es subdirectora académica en el Centro Asociado a la UNED en Ponferrada (León). Su actividad investigadora está centrada fundamentalmente en el ámbito de la psicología de la discapacidad y la atención a la diversidad.

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2019-12-08