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RS. Rehm ;Enfermería Global 2012, 11 3

Author: MR. Gallagher

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Enfermería Global E-ISSN: 1695-6141 eglobal@um.es Universidad de Murcia España Gallagher, MR.; Rehm, RS. El papel de los síndromes culturales y los remedios tradicionales mexicanos en la promoción de salud de los niños Enfermería Global, vol.
11, núm.
3, julio, 2012, pp.
1-11 Universidad de Murcia Murcia, España Available in: http:--www.redalyc.org-articulo.oa?id=365834796001 How to cite Complete issue More information about this article Journals homepage in redalyc.org Scientific Information System Network of Scientific Journals from Latin America, the Caribbean, Spain and Portugal Non-profit academic project, developed under the open access initiative CLÍNICA The role of Culture-bound syndromes and Mexican Folk Healing in Child Health Promotion El papel de los síndromes culturales y los remedios tradicionales mexicanos en la promoción de salud de los niños *Gallagher, MR., **Rehm, RS. *PhD, RN.
Assistant Professor University of Texas Health Science Center-School of Nursing Houston, TX.
E-mail: Martina.R.Gallagher@uth.tmc.edu ** PhD, RN, FAAN Associate Professor University of California at San Francisco.
USA. Keywords: Folk Healing; Complementary Alternative Therapies; Health Promotion; Mexican; Maternal-Child Palabras clave: Remedios tradicionales; terapias alternativas complementarias; promoción de la salud; mexicano; materno-infantil. ABSTRACT Purpose: To describe the context in which culture-bound syndromes that mothers of Mexican descent believed affected child wellness and describe how they restored health when these syndromes affected their children. Design: The findings of this come from a larger study that focused on the health promotion and protection practices used by mothers of Mexican descent in urban Texas A naturalistic design, using Spradley’s ethnographic interview techniques and participant observations, was selected to explore and describe the child health promotion and protection practices, including culture-bound synd...





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