Funcionalidad familiar en soldados que están en tratamiento en los diferentes servicios del batallón de sanidad en el periodo 2019-I
López Arias, Laura Carolina | 2019
The family is the primary social group where an individual develops, it is there where the psychological formation, the personality, cultural bases of interaction with the environment are created and bonds of coexistence, consanguinity and affective are formed conditioned by sociocultural values. This institution requires spaces for dialogue, communication, conflict resolution, and mutual respect, among other characteristics that ensure its functionality, on the other hand, abandonment situations, leaving the home abroad or other parts of the country, premature death of a member of the family, appearance of psychiatric disorders, addictions, disability, among others, are factors that can lead the family to dysfunction and disintegration. Precisely many of these factors are conditions to which soldiers belonging to the Military Forces of our country are habitually exposed. OBJECTIVES: To evaluate the family functionality in the military population under treatment in the Internal Medicine, Psychiatry, Leishmaniasis and Orthopedics departments of the Health Battalion to determine the prevalence of dysfunction during the 2019-1 period. METHODOLOGY: An observational, cross-sectional prevalence study was carried out, for which the instruments were applied: Family functioning perception test and FACES III to 181 soldiers who are under treatment in the 4 companies of the Health Battalion in the 2019 period -I.