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Os tempos da docência nas residências em área profissional da saúde : ensinar, atender e (re)construir as instituições-escola na saúde; Times of teaching at health professional areas residency programs: teaching, health care and (re)construction of health institutions-schools

Fajardo, Ananyr Porto
Fonte: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul Publicador: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Português
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Esta tese objetivou compreender as interfaces entre educação e saúde no contexto da educação especializada, especificamente em Programas de Residência Multiprofissional em Saúde. Foi embasada nas contribuições das preceptoras e dos preceptores que atuam na Residência Integrada em Saúde do Grupo Hospitalar Conceição (RIS/GHC), de Porto Alegre, Brasil. As questões orientadoras da pesquisa foram delineadas para identificar o seguinte: 1) fatores que estimulam ou dificultam o trabalho dos preceptores no âmbito da docência, da atenção e do desenvolvimento institucional em saúde; 2) forma como as preceptoras e os preceptores interagem com as equipes multiprofissionais e as/os residentes; 3) aspectos indicativos do trabalho imaterial em um contexto de Residência Multiprofissional em Saúde; e 4) elementos necessários para que uma instituição-escola na saúde promova formação mediante este tipo de Residência. Algumas pistas descobertas permitiram indicar que o trabalho real desenvolvido no exercício da preceptoria resulta em uma sobrecarga de tarefas, ultrapassando fronteiras entre disciplinas, sendo diferente do trabalho prescrito, que é embasado em limites profissionais. Possui valores sem dimensão, pois é impossível mensurá-los pelos critérios vigentes de tempo e espaço. Parece haver uma assincronia entre o que a Residência Multiprofissional em Saúde precisa e o que a instituição-escola na saúde proporciona...

Encontros de aprendizagem e governamentalidade no trabalho em saúde : as residências no País das Maravilhas; Learning meetings and governmentality in the work in health : Residency Programs in the Wonderland; Encuentros de aprendizaje y gubernamentalidad en el trabajo en salud : las Residencias en el País de las Maravillas

Dallegrave, Daniela
Fonte: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul Publicador: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Português
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Encantada e enredada pela fabulosa história de Alice no País das Maravilhas, nesta tese se constroem três possibilidades de olhar para as Residências em Saúde. Uma primeira possibilidade é tecida com a experiência da autora, segundo suas memórias, sentimentos e afecções, registro produzido em seus “encontros” com a temática e sua pragmática. A segunda possibilidade sumariza elementos de pesquisa com base em teses e dissertações elaboradas no Brasil, no período de 1987 a 2012, sobre Residências em Área Profissional da Saúde e Médicas. A terceira possibilidade, a tecedura de um País das Maravilhas das Residências, resultado de uma pesquisa constituída por conversas. Conversas empreendidas com participantes dos Encontros – Gaúcho e Nacional – de Residências e também do X Congresso da Associação Brasileira de Saúde Coletiva, eventos ocorridos no ano de 2012. Esses participantes, os quais receberam os nomes dos habitantes do “País” de Lewis Carroll, foram conversando com este estudo sobre detalhes do País das Maravilhas das Residências. Esta pesquisa possibilitou também manifestações à provocação “como você expressaria uma experiência de aprendizagem na Residência em Saúde (imagem, som...

Percepções de médicos oftalmologistas de como os programas de residência médica do estado de São Paulo os prepararam para a prática profissional; Perceptions of ophthalmologists of how medical residency programs of the state of São Paulo prepared them for practice

Tatiana Millan
Fonte: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp Publicador: Biblioteca Digital da Unicamp
Tipo: Tese de Doutorado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 07/12/2012 Português
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Introdução: Os programas de residência médica em oftalmologia credenciados pelo Ministério de Educação são avaliados baseados em critérios objetivos e podem não refletir as percepções que os egressos desses programas têm sobre sua formação. Há poucos estudos no Brasil que avaliaram se as habilidades necessárias para a prática estão sendo adequadamente adquiridas ou como os egressos dos programas de residência percebem a aquisição dessas habilidades. Objetivos: Verificar as percepções de médicos oftalmologistas egressos de programas de residência médica em oftalmologia do estado de São Paulo nos últimos 5 (cinco) anos sobre como sua residência médica os preparou para a prática, verificando o nível de satisfação dos egressos quanto à aquisição de conhecimentos clínicos, à aquisição de habilidades cirúrgicas e ao desenvolvimento da relação médico-paciente e identificando possíveis deficiências no ensino da oftalmologia nas diversas áreas clínicas e cirúrgicas. Material e Métodos: O instrumento de pesquisa utilizado foi um questionário, elaborado com base nos critérios exigidos para credenciar os programas de residência em oftalmologia pelo Conselho Brasileiro de Oftalmologia, com perguntas estruturadas e uma escala do tipo Likert para avaliar o nível de satisfação dos egressos quanto ao seu curso de residência. A amostra calculada foi de 206 sujeitos para um nível de significância de 5%. O questionário foi aplicado através de correio eletrônico de janeiro a dezembro de 2010. Resultados: Duzentos e onze egressos de programas de residência em oftalmologia do estado de São Paulo responderam ao questionário...

Research methodologies to assess teaching in psychiatric residency: a literature review

Camargo,Ibiracy de Barros; Contel,José Onildo B
Fonte: Associação Brasileira de Psiquiatria - ABP Publicador: Associação Brasileira de Psiquiatria - ABP
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/09/2003 Português
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OBJECTIVES: Research methodologies in psychiatry have followed both the changes in mental health care and the need of updating programs of medical residency. To identify empirical articles in the indexed literature from 1997 to 2002, with the aim of analyzing and discussing methodological aspects of research dealing with the description and assessment of residency programs in psychiatry. METHOD: The bibliographic survey was performed using MedLine, PsycLit, Web of Science, and Lilacs. Twenty-one articles were identified. RESULTS: Nineteen studies were characterized as exploratory-descriptive and two as experimental. Data collection used questionnaires in 12 of them, and combined techniques in the other seven and the two experimental studies had data collected by tests applied before and after the teaching intervention. Most of the subjects were residents and program directors. Fifteen studies used statistical analysis. CONCLUSIONS: All the articles outlined the problems based on literature reviews. Most of the studies made use of standard techniques of social research and only two used experimental procedures. Only three studies employed external measures in order to establish correlations with the collected data. Procedures to validate and assess the reliability of the instrument by means of pilot-studies were absent in 11 studies...

The formation of nurses in residency programs in public and private intensive care units

Aguiar,Iasmim Lima; Castro,Lívia Magalhães Costa; Rangel,Anna Gabriella Carvalho; Pedreira,Larissa Chaves; Fagundes,Norma Carapiá
Fonte: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. Escola de Enfermagem Publicador: Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul. Escola de Enfermagem
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/12/2014 Português
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This qualitative study aimed to acknowledge the importance of practice in public and private institutions in the training of nurses in residency programs. Data were collected at two hospitals between February and March 2013, through interviews. From their analysis the following categories emerged: experience of graduate nurses in residency programs in ICUs of public and private institutions and potential for learning in public and private institutions regarding the training of nurses. Differences were detected in the work process and in the profile of patients between the public and private fields, and dissociation between caring and management functions carried out by residents was demonstrated. It was concluded that the development of practices in public and private institutions provides different and complementary experiences which prepare residents for management and care activities, improve management and technical assistance skills, encourages the exercise of in-service education and, by means of surveys, the search for solutions to problems that emerge from daily work.

Outpatient Morning Report: A New Conference for Internal Medicine Residency Programs

Spickard, Anderson; Ryan, Sean P; Muldowney, James Anthony; Farnham, Lisa
Fonte: Blackwell Science Inc Publicador: Blackwell Science Inc
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /11/2000 Português
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To clarify the use of outpatient morning report in internal medicine residency programs, we conducted a national survey of internal medicine residency directors and a local survey of a cohort of residents at a large teaching hospital. The program directors reported a 24% prevalence of outpatient morning report. The cohort of residents reported that the conference contributed much to their education by meeting specific learning needs and covering topics not covered elsewhere in their residency training.

Goals and Objectives for Molecular Pathology Education in Residency Programs

Fonte: American Society for Investigative Pathology Publicador: American Society for Investigative Pathology
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /11/1999 Português
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Increasing knowledge of the molecular basis of disease and advances in technology for analyzing nucleic acids and gene products are changing pathology practice. The explosion of information regarding inherited susceptibility to disease is an important aspect of this transformation. Pathology residency programs are incorporating molecular pathology education into their curricula to prepare newly trained pathologists for the future, yet little guidance has been available regarding the important components of molecular pathology training. We present general goals for pathology training programs for molecular pathology education. These include recommendations to pathology residents for the acquisition of both basic knowledge in human genetics and molecular biology and specific skills relevant to microbiology, molecular oncology, genetics, histocompatibility, and identity determination. The importance of residents gaining facility in integrating data gained via nucleic acid based-technology with other laboratory and clinical information available in the care of patients is emphasized.

Procedural skills training. Canadian family practice residency programs.

van der Goes, T.; Grzybowski, S. C.; Thommasen, H.
Fonte: College of Family Physicians of Canada Publicador: College of Family Physicians of Canada
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /01/1999 Português
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OBJECTIVE: To survey Canadian family practice residency programs to discover which procedural skills residents are expected to learn. DESIGN: Cross-sectional eight-item questionnaire. SETTING AND PARTICIPANTS: The survey was sent to all 92 program directors and site or unit directors of family practice residency programs across Canada. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Information on procedural skills lists was solicited. We sought date of creation, date of most recent revision, and who was involved in creating the list. A copy of the most recent list available was requested. RESULTS: We received 65 responses, for a 71% return rate. Surveys were received from all provinces and from all Canadian universities offering family practice residency programs. We received 24 unique lists of procedural skills: the shortest listed only 10 procedural skills; the longest, 75 skills; and the average, 36 skills. Only five procedural skills were found on more than 80% of the lists; 30 skills were listed on half or more of the lists. CONCLUSIONS: Canadian family practice residency programs have widely varying expectations of procedural skills for their residents. This survey is a first step in examining the whole issue of procedural skills training in Canadian family medicine programs.

Family medicine residency programs. Evaluating the need for different third-year programs.

Lloyd, S.; Streiner, D.; Shannon, S.
Fonte: College of Family Physicians of Canada Publicador: College of Family Physicians of Canada
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /02/1994 Português
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We asked hospital chief executive officers (CEOs) and District Health Council executive directors (DHCs) to compare third-year family medicine residency programs and judge which are more needed in their communities. Care for the elderly and emergency medicine ranked highest among CEOs, while DHCs ranked care for the elderly and mental health highest. Academic family medicine and northern programs ranked lowest for both groups.

Pharmacy services in family medicine residencies. Survey of clinics associated with Canadian residency programs.

Whelan, A. M.; Burge, F.; Munroe, K.
Fonte: College of Family Physicians of Canada Publicador: College of Family Physicians of Canada
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /03/1994 Português
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Surveys were mailed to 82 family medicine clinics associated with residency programs in Canada to ascertain the extent, if any, of pharmacy involvement in the programs. Eight of the 58 (13.8%) usable returns had pharmacists directly involved. They provided pharmacy-based services, offered clinical services, and participated in research.

Introduction of hi-fidelity simulation techniques as an ideal teaching tool for upcoming emergency medicine and trauma residency programs in India

Gupta, Amit; Peckler, Brad; Schoken, Dawn
Fonte: Medknow Publications Publicador: Medknow Publications
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em //2008 Português
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Emergency medicine (EM) residency programs are a new concept to India. As these programs develop in India the need for effective teaching tools for skills education will rise. A high fidelity simulation workshop was conducted with a intent to expose current residents posted in emergency departments (EDs) to the concept of simulation technology. The participants were subjected to scenarios which tested their core competencies, medical knowledge, and procedural skills using simulation technology. 50 residents were tested over 5 days and an overall satisfaction score and personal comments were assessed to rate the performance of this study. A pre- and post simulation survey was done. Results showed that participants felt that their understanding of communication of expectations increased from 38% fair or good to 76% very good or best. The frequency in which they thought they would ask for help increased from 36% fair or good to 88% very good or best. It was found that students had increased their confidence to challenge a questionable order from a superior from 48% occasionally or half of the time to 76% who would do it the majority of the time or always. In the post-survey, 80% would the majority of the time or always admit that they did not know something from 46% who stated they would only do it occasionally or half of the time. We concluded that simulation as a tool for teaching unknown and stressful conditions of ED naturally pair. Resident core competencies can be taught and evaluated more effectively in the simulation lab in a controlled...

Endoscopy training in Canadian general surgery residency programs

Bradley, Nori L.; Bazzerelli, Amy; Lim, Jenny; Ying, Valerie Wu Chao; Steigerwald, Sarah; Strickland, Matt
Fonte: Canadian Medical Association Publicador: Canadian Medical Association
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /06/2015 Português
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Currently, general surgeons provide about 50% of endoscopy services across Canada and an even greater proportion outside large urban centres. It is essential that endoscopy remain a core component of general surgery practice and a core competency of general surgery residency training. The Canadian Association of General Surgeons Residents Committee supports the position that quality endoscopy training for all Canadian general surgery residents is in the best interest of the Canadian public. However, the means by which quality endoscopy training is achieved has not been defined at a national level. Endoscopy training in Canadian general surgery residency programs requires standardization across the country and improved measurement to ensure that competency and basic credentialing requirements are met.

Limites e potencialidades da residência multiprofissional em saúde para a educação interprofissional; Limitations and strengths of multiprofessional residency in health for interprofessional education

Miranda Neto, Manoel Vieira de
Fonte: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP Publicador: Biblioteca Digitais de Teses e Dissertações da USP
Tipo: Dissertação de Mestrado Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 26/02/2015 Português
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Este estudo tem como objeto a formação interprofissional em programas de residência multiprofissional em saúde (PRMS) por meio da educação interprofissional (EIP). Seus objetivos foram: compreender os limites e as potencialidades das residências multiprofissionais em saúde para a EIP; descrever os PRMS do estado de São Paulo; identificar um programa de PRMS com um cenário altamente favorável para a EIP e analisar a percepção dos residentes a respeito dos limites e das potencialidades desse PRMS para a EIP. Estudo exploratório, descritivo, de abordagem qualitativa. Realizou-se a análise documental de seis projetos político-pedagógicos (PPP) dos sete PRMS oferecidos no estado de São Paulo para identificar o mais favorável à EIP. Em seguida, realizou-se um grupo focal com os residentes do programa selecionado. O material empírico resultante da transcrição do grupo focal foi submetido à técnica da análise de discurso. A análise documental revelou aproximações e distanciamentos da EIP em todos os PPP analisados, assim como elementos relacionados à colaboração como finalidade do processo ensino e aprendizagem, objetivos da formação, organização didático-pedagógica, matrizes pedagógicas, proposta curricular...

The Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy Scripts: Pharmacy School Graduates Continue Training in Postgraduate Residency Programs

Ma, Carolyn; Tokumaru, Sheri; Goo, Roy; Ciarleglio, Anita
Fonte: University Clinical, Education & Research Associate (UCERA) Publicador: University Clinical, Education & Research Associate (UCERA)
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /05/2015 Português
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Residency training is designed to provide recent pharmacy school graduates who have the profession's terminal Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree with accelerated growth beyond entry-level professional competence. Placement into residency programs is highly competitive through an application and match process. These programs provide additional training in patient-centered care with advancement of skills in clinical judgment, pharmacy operations, clinical research, project management, and leadership. Approximately 20% of a pharmacy graduating class will apply for a residency. With increasing numbers of pharmacy schools across the country, the availability of residency programs is falling behind applicants. The establishment of the Daniel K. Inouye College of Pharmacy (DKICP) has addressed the shortage of pharmacists within the state. In recent years, resident positions in Hawai‘i have doubled to a total of ten first year residency (PGY1) and two second year (PGY2) specialty residencies. Given the limited availability of positions in Hawai‘i, graduates continue to return to the continental US to seek positions, thus increasing the likelihood of them not returning to practice in Hawai‘i. Establishing residency programs is essential to elevate the level of pharmacy practice toward innovation and adherence to best practices...

Status of Nutrition Education in Canadian Family Practice Residency Programs: Educating the family physician about nutritional standards

Corby, Lynda; Murphy, Peggy
Fonte: PubMed Publicador: PubMed
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /05/1991 Português
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A questionnaire was mailed to all 62 unit and program directors of Canadian family practice residency programs to elicit details about the status of nutrition education. Although most respondents indicated that the registered dietitian was the primary person responsible for teaching nutrition, this responsibility comprised only 10% of the dietitian's time in most programs. Lack of funding and curriculum time were the most common reasons cited for the limited scheduling that the dietitian was able to devote to nutrition education.

Educating physicians about women's health. Survey of Canadian family medicine residency programs.

McCall, M. A.; Sorbie, J.
Fonte: College of Family Physicians of Canada Publicador: College of Family Physicians of Canada
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /05/1994 Português
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OBJECTIVE: To identify which women's health issues are taught in the 2-year core curriculum of Canadian family medicine residency programs and whether educators think their current teaching of women's health is adequate. DESIGN: Mailed survey using a questionnaire. PARTICIPANTS: All program and unit directors of the 16 Canadian family medicine residency training programs were surveyed. Replies were received from 63% (10 of 16) of program directors and 79% (55 of 70) of unit directors. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES: Percentage of programs teaching specific women's health topics from a list of 21 possible topics; percentage offering educational opportunities with sexual assault teams and women's shelters; participants' assessment of the adequacy of current teaching in each training program; plans to increase women's health education. RESULTS: Topics such as violence against women and medical conditions more common among women were taught in more than 80% of programs, but poverty and the health care concerns of Native and immigrant women were included in fewer than 40% of programs. Half of the program directors indicated that residents were given educational opportunities with sexual assault teams or women's shelters. Unit directors gave a lower estimate. Most (90%) program directors thought their current teaching of women's health issues was inadequate and had plans to increase it...

The Impact of Expansion: One family medicine department's experience with mandatory 2-year residency programs

Yaffe, Mark J.; Steinert, Yvonne
Fonte: PubMed Publicador: PubMed
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /11/1990 Português
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Postgraduate training for family physicians has become increasingly centred on 2-year residency programs. The expansion of family medicine residency programs in Quebec raises challenges: to uphold program standards, to recruit and develop new teachers, to recognize and respect the needs of students, to balance program objectives with service requirements for house staff, and to adapt to change within family medicine centers and their affiliated hospitals.

Evidence-Based Medicine Training in Internal Medicine Residency Programs: A National Survey

Green, Michael L
Fonte: Blackwell Science Inc Publicador: Blackwell Science Inc
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica
Publicado em /02/2000 Português
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To characterize evidence-based medicine (EBM) curricula in internal medicine residency programs, a written survey was mailed to 417 program directors of U.S. internal medicine residency programs. For programs offering a freestanding (dedicated curricular time) EBM curriculum, the survey inquired about its objectives, format, curricular time, attendance, faculty development, resources, and evaluation. All directors responded to questions regarding integrating EBM teaching into established educational venues. Of 417 program directors, 269 (65%) responded. Of these 269 programs, 99 (37%) offered a freestanding EBM curriculum. Among these, the most common objectives were performing critical appraisal (78%), searching for evidence (53%), posing a focused question (44%), and applying the evidence in decision making (35%). Although 97% of the programs provided medline, only 33% provided Best Evidence or the Cochrane Library. Evaluation was performed in 37% of the freestanding curricula. Considering all respondents, most programs reported efforts to integrate EBM teaching into established venues, including attending rounds (84%), resident report (82%), continuity clinic (76%), bedside rounds (68%), and emergency department (35%). However, only 51% to 64% of the programs provided on-site electronic information and 31% to 45% provided site-specific faculty development. One third of the training programs reported offering freestanding EBM curricula...

Current status of residency training in laparoscopic surgery in Brazil: a critical review

NÁCUL,Miguel Prestes; CAVAZZOLA,Leandro Totti; MELO,Marco Cezário de
Fonte: Colégio Brasileiro de Cirurgia Digestiva Publicador: Colégio Brasileiro de Cirurgia Digestiva
Tipo: Artigo de Revista Científica Formato: text/html
Publicado em 01/01/2015 Português
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INTRODUCTION: The surgeon's formation process has changed in recent decades. The increase in medical schools, new specialties and modern technologies induce an overhaul of medical education. Medical residency in surgery has established itself as a key step in the formation of the surgeon, and represents the ideal and natural way for teaching laparoscopy. However, the introduction of laparoscopic surgery in the medical residency programs in surgical specialties is insufficient, creating the need for additional training after its termination. OBJECTIVE: To review the surgical teaching ways used in services that published their results. METHODS: Survey of relevant publications in books, internet and databases in PubMed, Lilacs and Scielo through july 2014 using the headings: laparoscopy; simulation; education, medical; learning; internship and residency. RESULTS: The training method for medical residency in surgery focused on surgical procedures in patients under supervision, has proven successful in the era of open surgery. However, conceptually turns as a process of experimentation in humans. Psychomotor learning must not be developed directly to the patient. Training in laparoscopic surgery requires the acquisition of psychomotor skills through training conducted initially with surgical simulation. Platforms based teaching problem solving as the Fundamentals of Laparoscopic Surgery...

INTEGRATION BETWEEN FAMILY AND COMMUNITY MEDICINE RESIDENCY PROGRAMS IN THE STATE OF PERNAMBUCO THROUGH VIDEOCONFERENCING; INTEGRAÇÃO DAS RESIDÊNCIAS DE MEDICINA DE FAMÍLIA E COMUNIDADE DO ESTADO DE PERNAMBUCO UTILIZANDO VIDEOCONFERÊNCIA

CARNEIRO, Nicole Geovana Dias; CARVALHO, Mariana Troccoli; FERREIRA, Natalia Madureira; SILVA, Rubens Cavalcanti Freira; ALMEIDA, Rodrigo Cariri Chalegre
Fonte: Universidade Federal da Paraíba Publicador: Universidade Federal da Paraíba
Tipo: info:eu-repo/semantics/article; info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion; Formato: application/pdf
Publicado em 01/07/2015 Português
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Introduction: videoconferencing is a dynamic way to connect geographically distant people and promote meetings for clinical and professional improvement. Objective: this report aims to describe the experience of videoconferencing as part of the Residency Programs in Family and Community Medicine in the state of Pernambuco (Universidade Federal de Pernambuco – UFPE, Universidade de Pernambuco – UPE e Universidade do Vale do São Francisco - UNIVASF) to overcome communication barriers. Material and Methods: videoconference meetings were held weekly to discuss clinical cases, as well as public policies and related topics. Results: The idea of person-centered medicine was addressed in all meetings, both in the approaches and in the debates on the method itself. Presentation of clinical cases provided demands to further study pending questions using the learning objectives. Videoconferencing is an important tool to approach these programs of Medical Residency, enabling virtual contact through real-time audio and video interfaces. The integration of these weekly moments provided discussions of common areas (metropolitan and hinterland), enabling better performance in relation to the reality of the population served. In addition, it allowed a virtual exchange between preceptors and residents creating a fertile area for sharing ideas. Conclusion: the exchange of experiences through videoconferencing should be permanent to consolidate the bond between these three programs...