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Rabadán, Jennifer; Chamarro Lusar, Andrés; Álvarez Moleiro, Maria (2017)
Languages: Spanish; Castilian
Types: Article
Subjects: Cáncer de mama, Terapia artística, Terapia creativa, Musicoterapia, Terapia con música, Danza movimiento terapia, Arte terapia, Breast cancer, Creative therapy, Artistic therapy, Music therapy, Dance movement therapy, Art therapy
Objetivo: Conocer el estado actual de la eficacia de las terapias artísticas y creativas (TAC) en las variables de malestar psicológico de mujeres con cáncer de mama y delimitarla en función del tipo de TAC y momento terapéutico del paciente. Método: La búsqueda se realizó mediante las bases de datos Pubmed, Web of Science, Psychinfo y Google Academic para el periodo 2010-2016. Resultados: Se obtienen 9 estudios RTC y cuasi-experimentales controlados (2 de Danza movimiento terapia, 1 de Arte Terapia, 1 de Musicoterapia y 5 de Escucha musical) que incluyen 680 participantes. Se discute la calidad metodológica, el riesgo de sesgo y las medidas de eficacia terapéutica. Conclusiones: Las TAC parecen ser una ayuda complementaria a corto plazo durante la fase de tratamiento en cáncer de mama. Sin embargo, son necesarios más ensayos para aclarar los mecanismos subyacentes a la mejora, así como delimitar la eficacia de cada modalidad Objective: To know the current state of the effectiveness of artistic and creative therapies (ACTs) over psychological distress of women with breast cancer and to delimit it according to the type of CT and the therapeutic moment of the patient. Method: The search was performed using Pubmed, Web of Science, Psychinfo and Google Academic databases for the period 2010-2016. Results: nine controlled RTC and quasi-experimental studies (2 of Dance movement therapy, 1 of Art Therapy, 1 of Music therapy and 5 of Musical Listening) were obtained, including 680 participants. Methodological quality, risk of bias and measures of therapeutic efficacy are discussed. Conclusions: ACT scans seem to be short-term complementary aid during the treatment phase in breast cancer. However, more trials are needed to clarify the mechanisms underlying the improvement as well as to delimit the effectiveness of each modality
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