Concientización facilitadora: alternativa al concepto tradicional de la motivación en el campo de la salud

Facilitating conscientization: alternative to the traditional concept of motivation in the field of health

  • José Fernández Arrojo Centro de Salud Puerta de la Villa, Gijón, Asturias, España
  • Inés Casado Verdejo Universidad de León, Ponferrada, León, España
Palabras clave: Coronavirus, COVID-19., Educación en salud, Concientización facilitadora
Key-words: Coronavirus, COVID-19., Health education, Facilitating conscientizacion

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Fernández Arrojo, José; Casado Verdejo, Inés. Concientización facilitadora: alternativa al concepto tradicional de la motivación en el campo de la salud. Index de Enfermería. 2020; 29(3): e12692. Disponible en: http://ciberindex.com/c/ie/e12692 [acceso: 29/09/2020]
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