Factores que influyen en la aceptación de la telesalud en mujeres peruanas

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https://doi.org/10.47058/joa10.5

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atención virtual, brecha digital, factores conductuales , ansiead informática, influencia social

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La telesalud, fundamental durante la pandemia de COVID-19, enfrenta desafíos para su plena legitimación. La brecha digital y resistencia cultural son obstáculos, pero ofrece beneficios como la superación de barreras geográficas y socioeconómicas. La investigación busca identificar factores que determinan la aceptación de la telesalud en mujeres peruanas. El abordaje es de tipo descriptivo con un enfoque cuantitativo. Se realizaron encuestas a 503 mujeres universitarias en Lima, revelando confianza en médicos y actitudes positivas hacia la tecnología, aunque persiste la desconfianza en la seguridad de la información. La ansiedad informática y la influencia social son destacadas. Los resultados sugieren interés y disposición hacia la telesalud, subrayando la importancia de condiciones facilitadoras y expectativas de apoyo, especialmente en el contexto universitario. La investigación aboga por políticas universales para democratizar el acceso digital, enfocándose en grupos marginados como mujeres. Estos hallazgos son esenciales para profesionales de la salud y políticas de salud, destacando la necesidad de programas de apoyo en la comunidad universitaria para fomentar la aceptación y confianza en la telesalud.

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2024-01-04

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Gallegos Ruiz Conejo, A. L., Londoño-Celis, W., Rodríguez Correa, P. A., Rodríguez Zavala, L. A., Bouroncle Velásquez, M. R., Vega-Mori, L., & Martínez Valera , P. (2024). Factores que influyen en la aceptación de la telesalud en mujeres peruanas. Journal of the Academy, (10), 80-104. https://doi.org/10.47058/joa10.5

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