Salud en todas las políticas e intersectorialidad en América Latina y en el Caribe, 2011-2021- Revisión de alcance

Autores/as

  • Fabio Alberto Escobar Díaz Fundación Universitaria del Área Andina. Bogotá DC, Colombia
  • Zuly Andrea Rodriguez Corredor Fundación Universitaria del Área Andina. Bogotá DC, Colombia

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.31052/1853.1180.v29.n2.42180

Palabras clave:

Colaboración intersectorial, Determinantes sociales de la salud, Política ´Pública, América Latina

Resumen

Introducción: La intersectorialidad, desde la Conferencia de Alma-Ata en 1978, se ha convertido en una parte fundamental del discurso político sobre salud pública, determinantes sociales y promoción de la salud para abordar los problemas de salud en la sociedad. En relación a esto, es importante identificar la investigación que se realizó en América Latina y en el Caribe sobre este tema en la última década.  Metodología: Se realizó una revisión de alcance sobre la evidencia científica publicada entre 2011 y 2021 en países de la región latinoamericana sobre experiencias y acciones intersectoriales entre salud y otros sectores para abordar problemas conjuntos de salud pública.  Resultados: Se incluyeron 15 estudios, en su mayoría de Brasil, con diseños predominantemente cualitativos y de carácter local. Además, algunos análisis destacan la hegemonía del modelo biomédico, así como los conflictos y tensiones a nivel ideológico en ciertos temas de salud y prácticas tradicionales que limitan una colaboración intersectorial efectiva. Conclusiones: La intersectorialidad no es un tema estrictamente técnico, sino que convergen elementos ideológicos que determinan su alcance y limitaciones. Deben ampliarse los estudios en países como Colombia para contar con evidencia que permita comprender las barreras y los aspectos facilitadores de la intersectorialidad.

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Publicado

2023-12-27

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Escobar Díaz FA, Rodriguez Corredor ZA. Salud en todas las políticas e intersectorialidad en América Latina y en el Caribe, 2011-2021- Revisión de alcance. Rev. Salud Pública (Córdoba) [Internet]. 27 de diciembre de 2023 [citado 18 de mayo de 2024];29(2). Disponible en: https://revistas.unc.edu.ar/index.php/RSD/article/view/42180