Active methodologies in nursing teaching in communicable diseases

Adriana Maria da Silva Felix, Rosimeire Angela Queiroz Soares

Abstract


Objective: to report the experience of using active teaching-learning strategies in the Communicable Diseases Nursing discipline. Method: this is a descriptive experience-type study developed during the theoretical-practical teaching of contents on tuberculosis, HIV / AIDS, sexually transmitted infections and prevention and control of healthcare-related infection in the Nursing discipline. in Communicable Diseases. The results are presented in report form. Results: six active teaching-learning strategies were used to deliver tuberculosis, HIV / AIDS, sexually transmitted infections, and health care-related infections. Conclusion: it was observed that the use of innovative approaches in the teaching of communicable disease nursing made learning more dynamic and attractive. This knowledge is essential for learners to develop basic skills to serve clients with better quality care and safety. Descriptors: Education, Nursing; Communicable Diseases; Professional Competence; Curriculum; Problem-Based Learning; Students, Nursing.

RESUMO

Objetivo: relatar a experiência do uso de estratégias ativas de ensino-aprendizagem na disciplina de Enfermagem em Doenças Transmissíveis. Método: trata-se de um estudo descritivo, tipo relato de experiência, desenvolvido durante o ensino teórico-prático de conteúdos sobre tuberculose, HIV/Aids, infecções sexualmente transmissíveis e prevenção e controle de infecção relacionada à assistência à saúde, na disciplina de Enfermagem em Doenças Transmissíveis. Apresentam-se os resultados em forma de relato. Resultados: utilizaram-se seis estratégias ativas de ensino-aprendizagem para ministrar conteúdos de tuberculose, HIV/Aids, infecções sexualmente transmissíveis e infecções relacionadas à assistência à saúde. Conclusão: observou-se que o uso de abordagens inovadoras no ensino de Enfermagem em Doenças Transmissíveis tornou o aprendizado mais dinâmico e atraente. Faz-se esse conhecimento essencial para que os aprendizes desenvolvam competências básicas para atender clientes com melhor qualidade assistencial e segurança. Descritores: Educação em Enfermagem; Doenças Transmissíveis; Competência Profissional; Currículo; Aprendizagem Baseada em Problemas; Estudantes de Enfermagem.

RESUMEN

Objetivo: informar sobre la experiencia del uso de estrategias activas de enseñanza-aprendizaje en la asignatura de Enfermería en Enfermedades Transmisibles. Método: este es un estudio descriptivo de tipo relato de experiencia, desarrollado durante la enseñanza teórico-práctica de contenidos sobre tuberculosis, VIH / SIDA, infecciones de transmisión sexual y prevención y control de infecciones relacionadas con la salud en la asignatura de Enfermería en Enfermedades Transmisibles. Los resultados se presentan en forma de relato. Resultados: se utilizaron seis estrategias activas de enseñanza-aprendizaje para ministrar contenidos de tuberculosis, VIH / SIDA, infecciones de transmisión sexual e infecciones relacionadas con la atención médica. Conclusión: se observó que el uso de enfoques innovadores en la enseñanza de Enfermería en Enfermedades Transmisibles hizo que el aprendizaje fuera más dinámico y atractivo. Este conocimiento es esencial para que los alumnos desarrollen habilidades básicas para atender a los clientes con una mejor calidad de atención y seguridad. Descriptores: Educación en Enfermeria; Enfermidades Transmisibles; Competencia Profesional; Curriculum; Aprendizaje Basado en Problemas; Estudiantes de Enfermería.


Keywords


Education, Nursing; Communicable Diseases; Professional Competence; Curriculum; Problem-Based Learning; Students, Nursing.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.5205/1981-8963.2019.241816



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