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Título: Sesiones clínicas de enfermería en Centros de Salud docentes acreditados para la formación de EIR: Análisis y reflexiones.
Autores: Álvarez Fernández, María
Gutiérrez Díaz, Paula
Fernández Villa, Lidia
Palabras Claves: Sesión clínica
Enfermería en Salud Comunitaria
Formación continuada
Fecha Edición: 29-Ago-2017
Editor: SEAPA
Cita Bibliográfica: Martínez Rozada A, Álvarez Fernández M, Gutierrez Díaz P, Fernández Villa L. Sesiones clínicas de enfermería en Centros de Salud docentes acreditados para la formación de EIR: Análisis y reflexiones. RqR Enfermería Comunitaria (Revista de SEAPA). 2017 Agosto; 5(2): 45-59
Resumen: Introduction: The legislation on health professions and specialities reflects the duty and right to continuous learning. One way to receive such training sessions are given at health centers and they are also collected in the different training plans and legislation speciality. The importance of this method for learning and the recent creation of the specialty on Family and Community Nursing motivated an analysis sessions. They were teach at nursing schools accredited for this specialty in Asturias during years 2014-2015. Objectives: To analyze sessions taught in accredited nursing schools and to detect problems for implementation and seek possible improvements and / or solutions. Methodology: The study consists of two parts according to each of the objectives. A first part, with a retrospective study to analyze and classify the sessions. And a second part, using qualitative methodology according to a nominal group technique for detection of problems and improvement proposals. Results: A total of 139 sessions were held. They were classified according to the subject (6 groups) and the professionals who taught (nurse / a: 53 sessions, Nurse Internal Resident (EIR): 78, or both: 6). At the nominal organized groups, the different ideas generated were prioritized. Limited number of sessions, absence of some issues, lack of time or training to teach them and to perform searching were highlighted. As future approach we suggest the following: organizational improvements, assign responsible for teaching in each center, and the collaboration between health centers for training literature search and communication. Conclusion: The development and delivery of nursing sessions are collected as duty and right to health legislation. The drawbacks found in this study make necessary to continue a path with improvements that increase the scientific and technical quality. It is important that sessions are taught in schools as they improve the knowledge level of the group and increase the quality of health care, therefore, deemed necessary staff training to perform and allocate time to develop them. A good planning, recording and broadcasting of the sessions is needed to share knowledge and to avoid duplication.
URI: https://ria.asturias.es/RIA/handle/123456789/8525
ISSN: 2254-8270
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