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Ciencia & trabajo

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VEGA RODRIGUEZ, Yuri Esperanza; TORRES RODRIGUEZ, Angélica María  y  DEL CAMPO RIVAS, Manuel Nibaldo. ANALISYS OF THE ROLE OF SPEECH AND LANGUAGE THERAPIST IN THE HEALTH SECTOR IN CHILE. Cienc Trab. [online]. 2017, vol.19, n.59, pp.76-80. ISSN 0718-2449.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0718-24492017000200076.

In Chile, Speech Language Pathologists (SLPs) have been incorpo rated in health care institutions, from the opening of the under-graduated program throughout the nation; however, the role that this professional should perform in that sector is not stated, which has hindered their employment relationship in the public sector and particularly in primary health. Objectives: To know the perception of SLPs about the abilities and tasks demanded in the health sector within the Chilean national context, and from this, to generate a proposal of the professional role in this field of work. Method: Non-experimental design, analytical, descriptive and transverse type. The protocol "Self Reflection of Health Professional Performance" was applied to 19 SLPs, who fulfilled the inclusion criteria. Results: The most demanded professional responsibilities are: evaluation, inter vention, referral and collaboration; Interpersonal skills, supervision, management, and identification, Becomes more important; Prevention actions show little accomplishment. Conclusions: To know the role of the SLPs who works in health in Chile, allows to configure their performance, generating a range of functions, skills, responsibilities and techniques to master, which feedback the profes sional training and guide in the creation of public policies, facilitat ing The transition of the SLPs to other areas within the health sector itself, such as primary care.

Palabras clave : PRIMARY HEALTH CARE; HEALTH PROMOTION; REHA BILITATION; SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY; JOB DESCRIPTION.

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