Identification of Relevant Elements for Promoting Effective Interventions in Old Age

  title={Identification of Relevant Elements for Promoting Effective Interventions in Old Age},
  author={Cristina D{\'i}az-Prieto and Jes{\'u}s-Nicasio Garc{\'i}a-S{\'a}nchez},
  journal={Revista De Psicodidactica},
El objetivo de esta revision es identificar los elementos relevantes que garantizan la eficacia y eficiencia de las intervenciones basadas empiricamente (IBE) contrastando la modalidad virtual y presencial sobre variables de envejecimiento activo en funcion de estos indicadores. Se seleccionaron y codificaron los 38 estudios de intervencion (24 presenciales, 12 virtuales y 2 ambas modalidades) centrados en las 6 dimensiones de calidad de vida, publicados en la ultima decada y que aportaban… Expand

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