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Nueva revista del Pacífico

versión impresa ISSN 0716-6346versión On-line ISSN 0719-5176

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CASTILLO FADIC, María Natalia  y  PINO CASTILLO, Josué David. TOWARDS THE CONSTRUCTION OF AN INSTRUMENT TO ASSESS THE FAMILIARITY OF CHRONIC PATIENTS WITH RELEVANT LEXICAL UNITS FOR THE SELF-MANAGEMENT OF THEIR HEALTH CONDITION. Nueva rev. Pac. [online]. 2020, n.72, pp.86-115. ISSN 0716-6346.  http://dx.doi.org/10.4067/S0719-51762020000100086.

The purpose of this article is to contribute to the development of an instrument to assess people’s familiarity with lexical tokens. To this effect, this article is centered specifically in determining which ones are the relevant terms/words for people with chronic conditions to understand the explanations and indications related to their self-care given by the healthcare professional. In order to determine which ones are the relevant terms/words, the implementation of lexical availability to experts in the context of specific interest centers is proposed. From data statistic processing and analysis, a list of 20 relevant terms/words to a specific condition, diabetes, was gathered. These lexical units were described statistically, lexicologically, phonologically and phonetically. According to the results obtained, a test with a Likert scale was made and its application is recommended for primary healthcare professionals.

Palabras clave : Lexical familiarity; lexical availability; health literacy; diabetes.

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