Factores predictores de la institucionalización de personas mayores en situación de dependencia en Andalucía

  1. Sandra Pinzón-Pulido
  2. Garrido Peña, Francisco
  3. Reyes Alcázar, Víctor
  4. Lima-Rodríguez, Joaquín Salvador
  5. Raposo Triano, María Fernanda
  6. Martínez Domene, Manuel
  7. Alonso-Trujillo, Federico
Journal:
Enfermería clínica

ISSN: 1130-8621

Year of publication: 2016

Issue Title: Coordinación sociosanitaria

Volume: 26

Issue: 1

Pages: 23-30

Type: Article

DOI: 10.1016/J.ENFCLI.2015.08.003 DIALNET GOOGLE SCHOLAR

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Abstract

Objective Identifying preferences regarding type of care and risk factors for institutionalization of elderly persons in dependency situations in Andalusia. Methods The data on 200,039 persons registered in the System for Autonomy and Dependency Care over the period 2007-2012 were analysed. The study population was described in terms of: age, dependency situation, preferences, support network and clinical factors at the time of inclusion in the study. Separate analysis was made for men and women. A logistic regression model was designed to determine the risk factors for institutionalization for each sex. Results 87,4% of women and 85,9% of men expressed their wish to receive care in their own home. The risk of institutionalization is three times higher among men than among women. Among women, the risks of institutionalization are: level of dependency, wishing to move into a residential care home, medium consistency and fragility of support network and being diagnosed with dementia. Among men, the risks are: wishing to move into a residential care home and low or medium consistency of support network. Conclusions Care in the home is the preferred alternative for elderly persons in dependency situations. The risk of institutionalization is conditioned more by the preferences of the person and their family and the characteristics of the support network than by individual's clinical condition. Artículo

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