Factores de riesgo psicosocial, estrés y enfermedad coronaria


  • German Fernando Vieco Gómez Profesor Titular Universidad de antioquia

Palabras clave:

riesgo psicosocial, origen ocupacional, estrés, enfermedad coronaria


Revisión de 72 artículos sobre condiciones psicosociales en el trabajo, manifestaciones de estres, psicofisiología del estres y enfermedad coronaria en diferentes profesiones. Se presentan artículos analíticos, cross sectional, de cohortes y se muestran los resultados de las pruebas de asociación.

Biografía del autor/a

German Fernando Vieco Gómez, Profesor Titular Universidad de antioquia

Psicólogo, Magíster en Salud Pública, Doctor en Psicología

Profesor Titular Facultad Nacional de Salud Pública

Universidad de Antioquia


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