La Teoría de Transiciones en el contexto de mujeres que se quedan atrás durante la migración

Transitions Theory for left-behind women during migration

  • Higinio Fernández-Sánchez University of Alberta, Faculty of Nursing, Edmonton Clinic Health Academy, Edmonton, Alberta, Canadá
  • Joanne Olson University of Alberta, Faculty of Nursing, Edmonton Clinic Health Academy, Edmonton, Alberta, Canadá
  • Bukola Salami University of Alberta, Faculty of Nursing, Edmonton Clinic Health Academy, Edmonton, Alberta, Canadá
  • Jordana Salma University of Alberta, Faculty of Nursing, Edmonton Clinic Health Academy, Edmonton, Alberta, Canadá
Palabras clave: Migración, Teoría de las transiciones, Análisis Teórico, Evaluación de la teoría, Salud de la mujer, Dejados atrás
Key-words: Migration, Transitions Theory, Theory analysis, Theory evaluation, Women’s health, Left-behind

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Fernández-Sánchez, Higinio; Olson, Joanne; Salami, Bukola; Salma, Jordana. La Teoría de Transiciones en el contexto de mujeres que se quedan atrás durante la migración. Index de Enfermería. 2021; 30(1-2): e13041. Disponible en: http://ciberindex.com/c/ie/e13041 [acceso: 17/09/2021]
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