Revista Ciencias de la Salud

ISSN-e: 2145-4507

ISSN: 1692-7273 

Estrategias de intervención dirigidas a niños con trastorno negativista desafiante, una revisión de la literatura

Angélica Monsalve Robayo, Luisa Fernanda Mora Caro, Laura Camila Ramírez López, Valery Rozo Hernández, Daisy Milena Rojas Puerto

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.12804/revistas.urosario.edu.co/revsalud/a.5384

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Introducción: el objetivo de este trabajo fue identificar las estrategias que se utilizan en el tratamiento de niños con trastorno oposicional desafiante. Materiales y métodos: revisión de la literatura sobre las estrategias de intervención que se reportan para la intervención de niños con trastorno negativista desafiante. Se realizó en seis bases de datos: ProQuest, PubMed, Science Direct, Ebsco, Scopus y Scielo. Los criterios de inclusión fueron población infantil, publicaciones en el periodo 2007-2015, idioma español e inglés, que explicaran estrategias de intervención en niños con trastorno negativista desafiante, artículos completos y disponibles. Los criterios de exclusión fueron artículos que mencionan desórdenes cognitivos, intervenciones farmacológicas y tratamiento solo para déficit de atención con hiperactividad. El método de registro y análisis de resultados se realizó en una rejilla en Excel, en la que se incluyó el número de artículos por base de datos, año, país de publicación, disciplina, herramientas de evaluación, población y estrategia de intervención sugerida. Se revisaron 50 artículos que se ajustaban al objetivo del estudio. Resultados: el 50% de las publicaciones se encontraron en Pubmed, el 16% en Scopus, el 14% en Science Direct, el 10% en Proquest, el 6% en Ebsco y en Scielo 4%. Estados Unidos es el país con mayor evidencia respecto al tema, con un 60% de publicaciones. El 50% de las búsquedas reportan que las estrategias para el tratamiento del trastorno oposicional desafiante son desarrolladas de manera interdisciplinar y están dirigidas a la población infantil. Conclusiones: las estrategias de intervención se plantean desde un enfoque clínico, y pocas involucran estrategias pedagógicas. 


Palabras clave


trastorno oposicional desafiante; niños; estrategias.

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