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MENENDEZ, Pedro Ángel; ACOSTA, Silvia Raquel; BODON, María Cecilia  e  MAYORGA, Paula María. Description of observable clinical and of changes in the process of admission and of their impact in the beginning of the therapeutic treatment. Anu. investig. [online]. 2010, vol.17, pp. 49-57. ISSN 1851-1686.

This study is focused on the admission process of 30 consultants. The admission process itself and the clinical observables are considered as assistential conditions (Menéndez, 1992). The admission must be efficient for the identification of better therapeutic approach and to the better distribution of available resources (Corbella S. & Botella L. 2003). The first interview, initial interviews and diagnostic interviews have been studied in order to corroborate their utility to improve of treatment adherence, especially in therapeutic process of severe patients (Acosta, 2003; Yeomans, 2007; Rodríguez et. al 2001) and, to corroborate the permanency along treatment of initial therapeutic hypotheses or proposals (Menéndez, Mayorga y Bodon; 2005). We study the impact of several relevant variables on treatment initial moments by means of protocols that accompany this presentation. The defined variables are: admission data of the process itself, clinical data of patient and working alliance established with admisor.

Palavras-chave : Admission; Working alliance; Dropout.

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