|Jueves, octubre 23, 2014

Factores de Riesgo para ETS en la Adolescencia, Conclusiones  

En síntesis, los adolescentes constituyen una pobla-ción en alto riesgo para adquirir ETS, incluyendo VIH, pese a las limitaciones actuales de los programas de educación sexual entre adolescentes, esta educación no debe limitarse al contexto académico.

Los profesionales de la salud juegan un papel crucial en este proceso y sería recomendable que aprovecharan cualquier consulta o visita para la promoción de actividades sexuales seguras.

Los cursos o programas sobre educación sexual son un paso importante para la formación integral de los jóve-nes. Sin duda, todos los adolescentes se pueden benefi-ciar de un programa integral de educación sexual orien-tado no sólo a brindar información anatómica y sobre prevención de embarazos o de ETS sino también encaminado a la formación de valores positivos hacia una vida sexual segura y responsable. Incuestionablemente, en condiciones ideales, la abstinencia y el retraso de la actividad sexual podrían ser los métodos más efectivos para prevenir las consecuencias negativas de las actividades sexuales entre adolescentes. Se debe continuar la investigación y la constante evaluación de estos programas. En Colombia, es preciso iniciar un programa estructurado, consistente y consecuente.

Agradecimientos

Queremos agradecer a la señora Dora Robayo, Biblioteca Erasmo de Rótterdam de la Clínica Montserrat, por su invaluable colaboración en la búsqueda bibliográfica.

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