Factores sociodemográficos, laborales y conocimientos sobre tuberculosis en trabajadores de la salud

Sociodemographic and occupational factors and knowledge about tuberculosis among health workers

Fatores sociodemográficos, ocupacionais e conhecimentos sobre tuberculose em trabalhadores da saúde

  • Alba Idaly Muñoz Sánchez Universidad Nacional de Colombia (Bogotá, Colombia)
  • Yeimy Lorena Muñoz Castaño Universidad Nacional de Colombia (Bogotá, Colombia)
  • Heidy Natalia Urrego-Parra Universidad Nacional de Colombia (Bogotá, Colombia) https://orcid.org/0000-0003-3465-841X
  • Ana Helena Puerto Guerrero Universidad Nacional de Colombia (Bogotá, Colombia)
  • Martha Isabel Murcia Aranguren Universidad Nacional de Colombia (Bogotá, Colombia)
Palabras clave: Control de infecciones, Conocimientos, actitudes y práctica en Salud, Personal de salud, Educación en salud, Tuberculosis
Key-words: Infection Control, Health knowledge, attitudes, practice, Health personnel, Health Education, Tuberculosis
Palavras chave: Controle de infecções, Conhecimentos, atitudes e prática em saúde, Pessoal de saúde, Educação em saúde, Tuberculose

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Muñoz Sánchez, Alba Idaly; Muñoz Castaño, Yeimy Lorena; Urrego-Parra, Heidy Natalia; Puerto Guerrero, Ana Helena; Murcia Aranguren, Martha Isabel. Factores sociodemográficos, laborales y conocimientos sobre tuberculosis en trabajadores de la salud. Avances en Enfermería. 2023; 41(3): 413002av. Disponible en: https://ciberindex.com/c/rae/413002av [acceso: 23/07/2024]
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