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BRIGIDI, Serena  y  BIROSTA, Jordi. Awareness on issues of gender-based in violence in nursing students. Index Enferm [online]. 2020, vol.29, n.1-2, pp.69-73.  Epub 19-Oct-2020. ISSN 1699-5988.


The results of the survey on awareness of gender, violence and health carried out with first year students of Nursing (2017-2018) at University of Vic.


Identify if the participation of Nursing students in the project involves a decrease in their tolerance of situations of gender violence, which allows them to more effectively identify sexist attitudes and behaviours in their environment.


A pre-test and post-test design was carried out with a single group based on a sampling of convenience by quotas with the students of Nursing. A total of 96 responses were collected and, successively, 64.


A lack of gender education has been observed within formal learning spaces in nursing students and that this absence is related to the perception that is built around risk. These generate and reinforce stereotypes that do not correspond to the scientific evidence we handle.No significant differences between men and women are highlighted.


The project has included training in gender, violence and health issues.This service-learning has increased the degree of gender awareness, showing a significant decrease in tolerance in situations of violence and a greater identification of sexist attitudes and behaviours in their environment. These elements are considered fundamental nursing competencies to detect and attend situations of gender-based violence in primary and emergencies.

Palabras clave : Sexual Violence and Gender-based in violence; Nursing; Gender and Health Training.

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