Path diagram of Adherence to the Treatment of Cervical Cance | 88973

Clinical and Experimental Psychology


Path diagram of Adherence to the Treatment of Cervical Cancer in the Covid-19 era

Jorge Hernández Valdés, Sonia Sujell Velez Baez, Sofía López de Nava Tapia and Cruz García Lirio*

Background: Cancer cervical uterine is a disease that explains the vulnerability in which women are in reproductive health with an impact on occupational health and public health, even when in Mexico the prevalence rate is lower than the other member countries OECD, its impact on human development and local development shows the importance that the disease has on communities rather than in cities where policies of prevention through screening and medical examination seemed to slow the trend but show a lack opportunities and capabilities of health centers in rural areas.

Objective: Establish the reliability, validity and correlations between variables reported in the literature regarding its weighting in a public hospital.

Method: A non-experimental, cross-sectional and exploratory study with a nonrandom selection of 100 patients from a public hospital in the state of Mexico was held. Scale variables psychosocial determinants of treatment adherence uterine cervical cancer built.

Results: From a structural model showed relationships in adjustment paths determining which had an impact on knowledge treatment adherence behavior.

Conclusion: The boundaries of design, sampling and analysis of the study are noted and recommended to include organizational and psychological variables supported in theories of organizations and theories of personality