Clinical Simulation: Concepts and Applications in the Training and Improvement of Professionals • HRB4095

 

RESPONSIBLE PROFESSOR(S):

Gerson Alves Pereira Júnior

Alessandra Mazzo

Cristiano Tonello

 

CREDITS: 3

 

WORKLOAD:

Theoretical
(per week)
Practical
(per week)
Studies
(per week)
Duration Total
2h 2h 1h 9 weeks 45h

OBJECTIVES:

OBJECTIVES: At the end of the course the student should be able to:

Conceptualizing and launching on intense and clinical learning;
Know and identify the different levels of severity of the clinic;
Know, identify and classify the activity of physical and material resources used in simulated activities; • Know and classify human resources in simulated activities;
Know, analyze and discuss the method (design of the strategy), for the use of clinical clinic;
Analyze and use clinical teaching without teaching and professional development.
Analyze and use the use of measurement instruments in simulated teaching.
Identify and expand as possibilities of curricular insertion of simulated activities for teaching and evaluation.
Discuss an interprofessional action and its practical practice.
Discuss the possibilities of on-site simulation and its applicability.
Elaborate and develop and experience simulated activities at different levels of complexity and use of different resources and simulators

 

RATIONALE:

The discipline Clinical Simulation Clinical Simulation: concepts and application in the training and improvement of professionals, focuses on the use of clinical simulation for the training and improvement of human resources in health. The simulation is an attempt to imitate the peculiarities of a given real situation, aiming at its better understanding and management. (NATIONAL LEAGUE FOR NURSING, 2013).  

It promotes in a safe and controlled environment the development of meaningful learning and demonstrates efficacy in cognitive and behavioral education (HOADLEY, 2009).  

NATIONAL LEAGUE FOR NURSING, 2013 (Martins et al, 2014), which has been considered essential for the training and improvement of health professionals, has been considered essential for safety, quality, ethics, development of new technologies and / or constant changing practical scenarios. , Martins et al., 2012).  

In the clinic over time, was present in the teaching-learning process through the training of skills of professionals, however, nowadays combines computer resources and cybernetics and can be used for the development of clinical reasoning, decision making, work in a team, self-confidence, satisfaction, motivation among other attributes (Baptista et al, 2014, Martins et al 2014). 

 

CONTENT:

Meaningful learning and simulation
• Simulation complexity
Simulators and dramatization
Strategy design
Physical, Material and Human Resources
Curricular insertion of simulation
Interprofessional simulation
In situ simulation
Clinical simulation in the teaching and improvement of professionals
Measurement and evaluation tools used in simulated teaching

 

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