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Las Competencias: su importancia para la planificación de los programas de capacitación de Enfermería
Barroso Romero,Zoila; Colomer Barroso,Elaine;
Revista Cubana de Enfermer?-a , 2007,
Abstract: the planning of educative processes, starting from the competences and their significance for planning training programs is very important in the world at present. that is why a therotetical work on information search was made to show the significance of competences for planning nursing training programs. the bibliometric method was used for searching different viewpoints related to this topic. a theoretical approach was also made based on the criteria of the different specialists consulted and the opinions of the authors. the results of the investigations carried out and their application to courses, diploma projects, specialties, and the nursing career were exposed, which showed the usefulness of the competence determination to approach the training programs in this proffesion
Las Competencias: su importancia para la planificación de los programas de capacitación de Enfermería Competences: their significance for planning Nursing training programs
Zoila Barroso Romero,Elaine Colomer Barroso
Revista Cubana de Enfermer?-a , 2007,
Abstract: La planificación de los procesos educativos a partir de las competencias y su importancia para la planificación de los programas de capacitación ha cobrado gran actualidad en el mundo en los tiempos que corren, por lo que se realizó un trabajo teórico de búsqueda de información, con la finalidad de mostrar la importancia de las competencias para la planificación de los programas de capacitación en Enfermería. Se empleó el método bibliométrico, para la búsqueda de distintos puntos de vista en relación con el tema, se hizo un abordaje teórico a partir de las opiniones de los diferentes especialistas consultados y las opiniones de las autoras, se exponen los resultados de investigaciones realizadas en este sentido y su aplicación a los cursos, diplomados, especialidades y la carrera de Enfermería, todo lo cual conduce a que se ponga de manifiesto la utilidad de la determinación de las competencias para el abordaje de los programas de capacitación en esta profesión The planning of educative processes, starting from the competences and their significance for planning training programs is very important in the world at present. That is why a therotetical work on information search was made to show the significance of competences for planning Nursing training programs. The bibliometric method was used for searching different viewpoints related to this topic. A theoretical approach was also made based on the criteria of the different specialists consulted and the opinions of the authors. The results of the investigations carried out and their application to courses, diploma projects, specialties, and the Nursing career were exposed, which showed the usefulness of the competence determination to approach the training programs in this proffesion
As rela es de gênero no esporte por discentes da rede pública municipal de Juiz de Fora
Eliete do Carmo Garcia Verbena,Elaine Romero
Movimento , 2003,
Abstract: El estudio tuvo como objetivo retratar el significado atribuido al deporte y a las relaciones de género, así como su acercamiento con el deporte educativo y de la renta, en base de la Teoría de las Representaciones Sociales. El abordaje fue de naturaleza cualitativa, teniendo comon la población 30 estudiantes, ambos los sexos, con edad entre 13 y 17 a os, de Ensino básico, una escuela de la red pública municipal de Juiz De Fora. El instrumento empleado fue una entrevista de la mitad-structuralized, y pues el análisis de los datos fue utilizado el análisis del contenido y, tambien el análisis del discurso. Los resultados habían se alado los aspectos de la participación, de la cooperación y de la competición durante el deportiva práctico. Fue concluido que en lo referente al deporte educativo la representación demostrada para práctico el verdadero estaba de individualista y de no cooperativo con presencia exacerbada de la competición, el distanciando sí mismo de la dimensión educativa. En el deporte de la renta la representación revelada se viene cerca de su propósito; competición y victoria. En las relaciones de género, las discusiones en la agresividad, la capacidad o de un y otro historicamente del sexo no demuestran una representación del estereotipada construida históricamente en medio las tramas sóciohistóricas y culturales.
Rela es de gênero e de desempenho físico e motor de alunos submetidos aos testes do eurofit
Tania Maria da Silva Bronsato,Elaine Romero
Movimento , 2001,
Abstract: The gender is a social construction which conducís boys and girls to manifest different behavior in the society. These patterns behavior bring repercussions in the motor performance. Thus, the aim of this study was to verify if there is difference in the physical and motor performance of boys and girls through the Eurofit, verifing at the same time if there are theoric ties which explain the interference in these performances. A census with 118 students of both sexes from the 5th and 6th grades of Colégio de Aplica o Dr. Paulo Gissoni was carried out. The characteristics of the motor performance was obtained through the batttery of Eurofit Test. The percentile statistic anlyses showed that the boys got letter results in the most tests.
Percebendo o corpo que aprende: considera??es teóricas e indicadores para avalia??o da linguagem n?o-verbal de escolares do 1o. ciclo do ensino fundamental
Silva, Iris Lima e;Almeida, Ana Cristina M. T. de;Romero, Elaine;Beresford, Heron;
Ensaio: Avalia??o e Políticas Públicas em Educa??o , 2004, DOI: 10.1590/S0104-40362004000400006
Abstract: based on the modern thought of body observation which concerns the dichotomy body/mind, one could develop the difficulty in observing the man (human being) as a unit in which counts of contributions such as several commands that makes part of it, in an interactive way (biophysic, biophsychic and biosocial). this observation reproduced and carried on in most graduation courses to teachers, is passed on to them and once more the dichotomy is sustained. consequently, schools now a days still hold a traditional model of class, in which the body is ignored in its gestual language, that translates in most of time, what is not verbalized by the student: emotions, difficulties and existential conflicts. this method of teaching is the biggest concern of brazilian educational system, which in national curricular parameters, established main points to humanize and diversifying it. this concern came from the recognition of some communications signs of students from the age of basic school. the students can communicate through a great diversity of channels and currently, they can't express themselves with proficiency only trough verbal language. however, when using other ways to do, some are not understood by their teachers, because sometimes those teachers don't hold some theoretical references or the knowledge to evaluate the conducts and behavior expressed by this language. thus, this research had the main porpose of present some theoretical considerations about non-verbal language, in the context of human communication, such as establishing some mains points to gestual and affective language of students from the age of basic schools, that allows a better comprehension of those students difficulties .this consideration indicated that non-verbal language, which consists on physical appearance, movements and/or other body expressions, play an important role in human communication, in social relationship and in a cognitive process. so, some experiences that happens in any normal
Cúales son los síntomas menopáusicos más prevalentes en mujeres de tres comunidades étnicas de la costa Caribe colombiana?
Vásquez -Medrano Saret,Vásquez- Medrano Elaine,Romero- Pérez Ivette,Monterrosa-Castro álvaro
Revista Ciencias Biomédicas , 2011,
Abstract: INTRODUCCIóN: evaluar con “Menopause Rating Scale” la frecuencia y severidad de síntomas menopáusicos presentes en mujeressaludables de 40-59 a os de edad que son originarias y residen en distintas comunidades del Caribe colombiano.MATERIALES Y MéTODOS: estudio cross-sectional. Con instrumentos aplicados entre noviembre del 2006 y enero del 2009 a mujeressaludables entre 40 y 59 a os de edad, tomadas de comunidades afrodescendientes (San Cayetano, Bolívar), indígenas (San Andrésde Sotavento, Córdoba) e hispánicas (Cartagena, Bolívar) todas de la costa Caribe colombiana. Se aplicó la escala de calidad de vida“Menopause Rating Scale” en su versión en lengua espa ola. Se llenaron 1257 formularios, de los cuales se eliminaron 42 (3.3%) porestar incompletos. 1215 mujeres caribe as colombianas están incluidas en la presente evaluación. El análisis fue realizado con SPSS15.0. Los datos se expresan en medias con desviación estándar y en porcentajes. Se realizaron análisis no paramétricos para evaluardeferencias debido a la falta de normalidad de los datos. Una P<0,05 fue considerada significativa. Se obtuvo consentimientoinformado por parte de las participantes.RESULTADOS: 1215 mujeres caribe as colombianas se incluyeron en la evaluación, que hacen parte de un grupo mayor queconforman el estudio CAVIMEC (Calidad de Vida en la Menopausia y Etnias Colombianas). 36.5% indígenas Zenúes, 32.4% afrodescendientes y 31.0% hispánicas. Edad promedio: 49.7 +/- 5.9 a os, escolaridad promedio: 4.9 +/- 4.0 a os, nunca fumadoras: 783(64.4%). En posmenopausia: 579 (47.7%) y edad promedio de menopausia: 49.0 +/- 2.8. Los síntomas menopáusicos en orden defrecuencia manifestados por las mujeres involucradas fueron: dolores musculares y articulares: 72.9%, sofocos, sudoración, oleadasde calor: 70.4%, cansancio físico y mental: 68.8% e irritabilidad: 62.0%. Los problemas de vejiga, sequedad vaginal y sexuales fueronreportados por el 47.8%, 44.1% y 43.5%, respectivamente. Trastorno del sue o, estado de ánimo depresivo y ansiedad fueronmanifestados por el 40% de las mujeres involucradas. La puntuación obtenida en la dimensión somático vegetativa (4.4 +/- 2.7),psicológica (3.6 +/- 2.6) y urogenital (3.6 +/- 2.6 ), y así como la puntuación global de la escala (10.7 +/- 5.8) fue más alta de la que se haobtenido en poblaciones europeas, norteamericanas y asiáticas, con P<0,05, indicando que es mayor el deterioro de la calidad de vidade las mujeres del Caribe colombiano. La puntuación en las tres dimensiones y la total, fue similar a la observada en otras poblacioneslatinoamericanas.CONCL
Discovery of Infection Associated Metabolic Markers in Human African Trypanosomiasis
Sabrina D. Lamour?,Maria Gomez-Romero,Panagiotis A. Vorkas?,Vincent P. Alibu?,Jasmina Saric?,Elaine Holmes?,Jeremy M. Sternberg
PLOS Neglected Tropical Diseases , 2015, DOI: 10.1371/journal.pntd.0004200
Abstract: Human African trypanosomiasis (HAT) remains a major neglected tropical disease in Sub-Saharan Africa. As clinical symptoms are usually non-specific, new diagnostic and prognostic markers are urgently needed to enhance the number of identified cases and optimise treatment. This is particularly important for disease caused by Trypanosoma brucei rhodesiense, where indirect immunodiagnostic approaches have to date been unsuccessful. We have conducted global metabolic profiling of plasma from T.b.rhodesiense HAT patients and endemic controls, using 1H nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy and ultra-performance liquid chromatography, coupled with mass spectrometry (UPLC-MS) and identified differences in the lipid, amino acid and metabolite profiles. Altogether 16 significantly disease discriminatory metabolite markers were found using NMR, and a further 37 lipid markers via UPLC-MS. These included significantly higher levels of phenylalanine, formate, creatinine, N-acetylated glycoprotein and triglycerides in patients relative to controls. HAT patients also displayed lower concentrations of histidine, sphingomyelins, lysophosphatidylcholines, and several polyunsaturated phosphatidylcholines. While the disease metabolite profile was partially consistent with previous data published in experimental rodent infection, we also found unique lipid and amino acid profile markers highlighting subtle but important differences between the host response to trypanosome infections between animal models and natural human infections. Our results demonstrate the potential of metabolic profiling in the identification of novel diagnostic biomarkers and the elucidation of pathogenetic mechanisms in this disease.
Orienting a new generation of nurses: Expectations of the millennial new graduate  [PDF]
Elaine M. Riegel
Open Journal of Nursing (OJN) , 2013, DOI: 10.4236/ojn.2013.37062
Abstract:

Generational diversity provides a unique quandary for nursing leaders and educators to enlist, orient, and retain nurses. Millennials are the largest cohort since the Baby Boomers and the age group from which the nursing profession will build its future workforce. This study examined the experiences of the new graduate nurse of the millennial generation as they navigate orientation in an acute care setting. Using a Web-based survey to conduct the study allowed nurses from across the country to participate while providing easy access to the study questions. Analysis of the data through qualitative content analysis demonstrated a dominate theme of seeking structure while expecting an individualized orientation. The survey also revealed the importance of the preceptor and manager in the perceived success of this generation’s transition and a need to assimilate into the professional role of RN. Recognizing that there is a need to promote a more individualized orientation with improved mentoring for novice nurses and their preceptors is evident and challenges nursing leaders and educators to rethink current practices to retain new nurses. Established roles within the hospital and individual nursing units are changing and traditional strategies for recruitment and retention no longer apply. A structured orientation can facilitate the transition from new graduate to professional nurse and assist in the retention of qualified nurses and ultimately safe patient care.

Development of a “Space-Saving Model” for a One-Family Dwelling Case Study of Japanese Architecture with Space Limitations  [PDF]
Jorge Romero
Journal of Building Construction and Planning Research (JBCPR) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/jbcpr.2015.34020
Abstract: The rapid globalization of building standards and codes in regards of contemporary housing and the growth of populations during this century demands an immediate response from designers in terms of space rationalizing to fulfill the forthcoming lack of architectural habitat on earth. The differences in culture imply a difference in the way of living, and the way of living indicates a contrast in the way of designing houses. A western house does not need an extra room covered with tatami mats for relaxation as a modern Japanese home would most likely do, as a separate living-like space. Organizations, among others, like CABO (Council of American Building Officials) and, in our specific case study, BCJ (Building Center of Japan) together with BRI (Building Research Institute) try to overcome these differences to provide better housing conditions to the world through the formulation of global designing and building standards. International publications like UBC (Uniform Building Code), IBC (International Building Code), OTFDC (One and Two Family Dwelling Code) and BSLJ (Building Standard Law of Japan) have also played an important role to globalize safety and design codes to better understand global housing under normal conditions. However, space limitations and concentration of human masses in mega cities result in a crucial new consideration: the urgent need of investigating the possibilities of rationally living within less space. Minimums provided by most codes do not take into account the space issue and overpopulation of large cities. Providing with some design recommendations for one-family dwellings has been the departure point and main motivation to carry out this case study based on actual buildings with the lack of space conditioning in a country where these conditions turn into reality.
Speech Assessment for UIDE EFL Students: The IPA Case
—General-American English IPA Transcription to Assess Universidad Internacional del Ecuador EFL Students
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Jorge Romero
Open Journal of Modern Linguistics (OJML) , 2016, DOI: 10.4236/ojml.2016.62005
Abstract: This Teaching English as the target second language involves several considerations which have to do with both the source language of speakers and the kind of training these students go through. In this particular case study, I have considered native speakers of Spanish who study English as a second language and identified, through two vowel sounds forming a minimal pair, that phonemes of General American English which are more likely to be mispronounced, is not only due to the fact that the English vowel system is more complex than that of Spanish, but also, and most important for this particular case study, that training is not consistent in contrastive exercising as it is in distribution exercising. In fact the English system has 20 vowel phonemes in Received Pronunciation, from 14 to 16 vowel phonemes in General American English and even 20 to 21 vowel phonemes in Australian English, while Spanish has only 5 vowel phonemes. The findings of this research account for the conclusion that exercising reinforcement need to be addressed and focused not only on the phonemes of the English vowel system which native speakers of Spanish have more trouble with, but also and more relevant in this research, that new and creative distribution exercising must be included in textbooks to help students master the English vowel sounds in order to avoid accent due to Spanish interference through quality English teaching.
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