Wtórne komplikacje zdrowotne w badaniach nad niepełnosprawnością

Autor

  • Marlena Duda Uniwersytet Marii Curie-Skłodowskiej w Lublinie

Słowa kluczowe:

niepełnosprawność, starzenie się, wtórne komplikacje zdrowotne, ICF

Abstrakt

Osoby z długotrwałą niepełnosprawnością obarczone są wysokim ryzykiem doświadczania wtórnych komplikacji zdrowotnych, które istotnie ograniczają uczestnictwo w życiu społecznym. Istnieje zatem potrzeba pogłębienia wiedzy na temat ich charakteru i konsekwencji występowania w tej grupie. Celem artykułu jest zatem zrozumienie i pogłębienie wiedzy na temat wtórnych komplikacji zdrowotnych umieszczonych w szerszym kontekście zjawiska niepełnosprawności. W pierwszej części artkułu została podjęta próba ustalenia terminologicznego komplikacji zdrowotnych. W drugiej części scharakteryzowano znaczącą rolę wtórnych komplikacji zdrowotnych jako predyktora nasilających się ograniczeń funkcjonalnych w badaniach osób z niepełnosprawnością oraz przyszłe plany badawcze.

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2020-05-11

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Duda, M. . (2020). Wtórne komplikacje zdrowotne w badaniach nad niepełnosprawnością. Niepełnosprawność. Dyskursy Pedagogiki Specjalnej, (38), 52–63. Pobrano z https://czasopisma.bg.ug.edu.pl/index.php/niepelnosprawnosc/article/view/5663