Benjamín Gaya-Sancho's research while affiliated with Universidad San Jorge and other places

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Introduction: The 2019 new coronavirus disease was diagnosed in December 2019 in Wuhan (China), declaring a global pandemic in March. Epidemics generate fear, anxiety and anguish amongst the general population, and amongst health personnel (especially in nursing), the COVID-19 pandemic has been no exception. The objective of the study was to analyz...
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Introduction: While European health policies do frequently take into consideration the ideas and experiences of their users, the voices of minority and marginalized communities are not often heard. European healthcare services must address this issue as the number of healthcare users with an MM background increases. Aim: To explore the perspecti...
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Introduction The effectiveness that some methodologies offer is analysed when they are applied to estimate sex in individuals from a geographical environment other than the population from which the formulas were obtained. Objective To assess the method of Gaya-Sancho applying their regression formulas and comparing modern skeletal collections of...

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... El agotamiento de este colectivo se ha vinculado a un aumento también de los problemas de salud mental, disminución en los indicadores de excelencia del cuidado, como así también el rendimiento en el ámbito laboral. (9) Los antecedentes antes mencionados permiten vincular la situación de enfermería al cuidatoriado. Este es un concepto que se desprende de "cuidado" y "proletariado", y que alude a ...
... Specifically, the care provided may be inadequate if the nurse's cultural competence is absent or not attuned to the patient's needs and values. Such a situation, moreover, can give rise to conflict, misunderstanding, mistrust, inequality and discrimination (Alizadeh & Chavan, 2016;Gaya-Sancho et al., 2021;Ramos-Roure et al., 2021). ...
... Generally, sacral breadth and the breadth and height of individual sacral segments were found not to be significantly different between the sexes. Similar results have been supported by studies of Indian populations [26][27][28][29][30], White and Black Americans [24,25,31], Italian [32], Thai [33], Japanese [34], Swiss [35], Turkish [36] and Spanish [37,38] individuals. Classification accuracies for the discriminant functions derived from sacral measurements range from 54% using sacral height, breadth and S1 breadth [13] to 98% using geometric morphometrics (GM) [25]. ...