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La riabilitazione dell’anziano con frattura di femore: proposta di un percorso di auto-narrazione
Autori/Curatori: Paola Iannello, Federica Biassoni, Laura Bertola 
Anno di pubblicazione:  2018 Fascicolo: 1  Lingua: Italiano 
Numero pagine:  12 P. 113-124 Dimensione file:  234 KB
DOI:  10.3280/RIP2018-001009
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La frattura di femore è uno dei problemi di salute più diffusi tra le persone anziane. La letteratura evidenzia che la frattura di femore nell’anziano ha poten-zialmente delle conseguenze negative rilevanti, che riguardano, oltre la dimensio-ne fisica e corporea, anche la sfera psicologica. Il presente contributo descrive un percorso di auto-narrazione - denominato SNJ (self narrative journey) - che è costituito da un’intervista semi-strutturata proposta ad anziani ospedalizzati durante il processo di riabilitazione conseguente all’intervento chirurgico per frattura di femore. Il SNJ si pone l’obiettivo di stimolare l’auto-narrazione del paziente, aiutandolo a integrare l’evento critico della frattura del femore nella propria storia autobiografica e sostenendolo nel processo di costruzione di senso attorno a tale evento traumatico.

Keywords: Frattura di femore, riabilitazione, auto-narrazione, anziani

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Paola Iannello, Federica Biassoni, Laura Bertola, in "RICERCHE DI PSICOLOGIA " 1/2018, pp. 113-124, DOI:10.3280/RIP2018-001009


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