La responsabilidad social en la investigación clínica: la entrevista clínica generacional como instrumento de investigación – intervención y su impacto en contextos de alta vulnerabilidad

Translated title of the contribution: [Autom. eng. transl.] Social responsibility in clinical research: the generational clinical interview as a research-intervention instrument and its impact in contexts of high vulnerability

Vittorio Cigoli, Federica Facchin, Angie Roman Cárdenas

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Abstract

[Autom. eng. transl.] Clinical research, to respond effectively and responsibly to the demands of the current context, has three characteristics: it responds to a current need of society, presents the sensitivity to understand subjective experiences in the face of the phenomena studied and seeks clinical and therapeutic levels of change . For this, research instruments must be effectively connected to specific intervention processes of clinical psychology. We propose as a theme for the symposium, the presentation of the Generational Clinical Interview (ECG), Cigoli and Tamanza (2009), as a central instrument of research and intervention within the framework of the doctoral thesis project “Trauma, Vulnerability and Resilience in situations of former kidnapping and former belonging to guerrilla groups in Colombia "Cigoli, Facchin, Román (2014). The ECG aims to guide clinical intervention, highlighting the areas considered critical in family and couple relationships; it is based on the Relational-symbolic model and the concept of Generativity works from three axes: the origins, the couple's agreement and the parentality.The value of the instrument is found in the fact that links the possibility of doing research with that of intervening in the family relationships, through the encounter with the parental core couple. A parallel will be made between each central axis of evaluation with axis The specific interviews carried out with people in the process of social reintegration (former hostages and former guerrillas in Colombia), presenting some research results and the impact that the instrument can have at the therapeutic level.
Translated title of the contribution[Autom. eng. transl.] Social responsibility in clinical research: the generational clinical interview as a research-intervention instrument and its impact in contexts of high vulnerability
Original languageSpanish
Title of host publicationMemorias Congreso Internacional de Responsabilidad Social y Congreso de Psicología y Responsabilidad Social Perspectivas y desafíos en investigación
Pages115-116
Number of pages2
Publication statusPublished - 2014
EventCongreso Internacional de Responsabilidad Social y Congreso de Psicología y Responsabilidad Social Perspectivas y desafíos en investigación - Bogota'
Duration: 2 Apr 20145 Apr 2014

Conference

ConferenceCongreso Internacional de Responsabilidad Social y Congreso de Psicología y Responsabilidad Social Perspectivas y desafíos en investigación
CityBogota'
Period2/4/145/4/14

Keywords

  • Colombia
  • Entrevista clínica generacional
  • Guerrilla
  • Vulnerabilidad social

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