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Formación psicopedagógica a profesores noveles de Enfermería
Durán Arrieta,Guillermina;
Educaci?3n M??dica Superior , 2012,
Abstract: the psychopedagogic formation of new professors for the nursing studies was considered very important to the integral preparation of students so that they could acquire the required knowledge. this paper was aimed at devising the preparation and the formation of new professors for the nursing career in "hermanos ameijeiras" hospital. the universe of study was 25 heads of wards, that is, 100 %. they were provided with an intensive methodological course for their psychopedagogic preparation; pedagogic textbooks, manuals, doctoral theses of pedagogic and didactic orientation, consultation to experts to enrich the paper, surveys, courses and others. the participating human resources were heads of wards, professors, tutors and experts, whereas the material resources covered computers, sheets of papers, pens and others. the research method was explanatory and descriptive, based on the study materials related to the specialty. from the ethical viewpoint, the informed consent by the scientific commission of the institution was applied. this paper showed the knowledge acquired by the professors on the importance of professional guidance, in addition to their criteria about the use of this tool in guiding the students.
Formación psicopedagógica a profesores noveles de Enfermería Psychopedagogic formation of new professors in nursing
Guillermina Durán Arrieta
Educaci?3n M??dica Superior , 2012,
Abstract: Se considera de gran valor la formación psicopedagógica a profesores noveles en la carrera de Enfermería con el propósito de la preparación integral a estudiantes designados para obtener los conocimientos necesarios. Este trabajo se ha realizado con el objetivo de desarrollar la preparación y formación de profesores noveles en la carrera de Enfermería del Hospital Clínico Quirúrgico. "Hermanos Ameijeiras". Para la ejecución y elaboración del estudio fue tomado un universo de 25 jefas de sala, lo que representó el 100 % de estas. Se les ofreció, un concentrado metodológico previo con vistas a su preparación psicopedagógica; se revisaron libros textos de Pedagogía, manuales, tesis de grado con corte pedagógico y didáctico, también consulta a expertos con el objetivo de enriquecer el trabajo, cursos, encuestas, etc. Los recursos humanos utilizados fueron: las jefas de salas, profesores, tutores y expertos. Los recursos materiales utilizados fueron: computadoras, hojas, bolígrafos y otros. El método de estudio utilizado fue descriptivo, explicativo, apoyado por la base material de estudio afín a la especialidad. Desde el punto de vista ético fue del consentimiento informado a la comisión científica de la institución. Con la realización de este trabajo quedaron evidenciados los conocimientos adquiridos por los profesores sobre la importancia que reviste la orientación profesional así como fueron del criterio de aplicarlo posteriormente a los estudiantes. The psychopedagogic formation of new professors for the nursing studies was considered very important to the integral preparation of students so that they could acquire the required knowledge. This paper was aimed at devising the preparation and the formation of new professors for the nursing career in "Hermanos Ameijeiras" hospital. The universe of study was 25 heads of wards, that is, 100 %. They were provided with an intensive methodological course for their psychopedagogic preparation; pedagogic textbooks, manuals, doctoral theses of pedagogic and didactic orientation, consultation to experts to enrich the paper, surveys, courses and others. The participating human resources were heads of wards, professors, tutors and experts, whereas the material resources covered computers, sheets of papers, pens and others. The research method was explanatory and descriptive, based on the study materials related to the specialty. From the ethical viewpoint, the informed consent by the scientific commission of the institution was applied. This paper showed the knowledge acquired by the professors on the importance of p
ENSE?ANZA DE LA ANATOMíA HUMANA: EXPERIENCIAS Y DESAFíOS EN UNA ESCUELA DE MEDICINA
Guiraldes,H.; Oddó,H.; Mena,B.; Velasco,N.; Paulos,J.;
Revista chilena de anatomía , 2001, DOI: 10.4067/S0716-98682001000200013
Abstract: the traditional learning method in human anatomy entails a steady schedule of practice with real material rather than with virtual elements. however, the use of appropriate software and the design and implementation of computer resources to guide the student and allow subsequent review of the dissections has proven to be a useful adjunct to traditional learning methods. the course is based in differents psychopedagogical works like ausubel'asimilation theory of learning , piaget , vigotski. and we have been produce appropiate software like : interactive modular tutorial: is a learning experience with an interactive module, where a teacher acts as a facilitator. on-line dissection room. the images obtained at dissection activities as our anatomy course proceeds, are constantly being published at the catholic university webpages in order to allow their on-line review by the students. club:those students with low marks would be able to join voluntarily our "collaborative environment", where they will be given special duties that would compensate for their deficits, through electronic mail.. the prevailing opinion of medical students was that the software used was an important facilitator in their learning process, particularly when related to complex subjects. a statistical review of the grades - and other indicators of academic performance - obtained by the students over the years showed improvement despite a steady increment in the number of students entering our first year of medical school.
Taller psicopedagógico para crisis de ansiedad y agarofobia
Martínez Azumendi,Oscar;
Revista de la Asociación Espa?ola de Neuropsiquiatría , 2001, DOI: 10.4321/S0211-57352001000200008
Abstract: structure and contents of a psychopedagogic group for patients with panic attacks, with or without agoraphobia, and their relatives. highly structured and using diverse helping materials, runs for 1 month in 4 sessions of 1,5 hours, with different activities and "home work". it is also presented the clinical evolution of 55 participants, having observed a significant reduction in the number of reported crisis and level of generalised anxiety. with a satisfaction questionnaire, a positive valorisation is elicited from the participants.
Caracterización y resultados académicos de estudiantes de Medicina del Proyecto Policlínico Universitario
Mesa Martín,Ibis María; Bravo Licourt,María Magdalena; Linares Valdés,Hortensia; Junco Arévalo,Jacqueline;
Educaci?3n M??dica Superior , 2011,
Abstract: the article reflected the main characteristics and educational results achieved by the medical students registered in the 2004-2005 academic year in the university policlinic project ascribed to "finlay albarrán"school of medical sciences. these students were located in the university policlinics of lisa and marianao municipalities respectively, both of which began implementing this pedagogic model. this group of students was characterized on the basis of the analysis of their academic results in the first five years of study. logical documentary and historical analysis research methods were used for the cross-sectional study of the problem. the most relevant results were as follows: at the end of the 5th year, 67.4% of the initial roll is finishing the studies; the teaching results are satisfactory with outstanding general academic index. it was concluded that there was some correlation between the characterization of successful students and the high levels of motivation and educational results.
ENSE ANZA DE LA ANATOMíA HUMANA: EXPERIENCIAS Y DESAFíOS EN UNA ESCUELA DE MEDICINA TEACHING HUMAN ANATOMY: EXPERIENCE AND CHALLENGE IN A MEDICAL SCHOOL
H. Guiraldes,H. Oddó,B. Mena,N. Velasco
Revista chilena de anatomía , 2001,
Abstract: El método tradicional de ense anza de la Anatomía Humana establece la necesidad de la práctica con material humano. Sin embargo, el uso de software de dise o y Hardware apropiado, previo a las disecciones y la opción de revisar " en línea" el contenido del curso, ha pasado a ser muy útil como agregado a los métodos tradicionales de ense anza. El curso se basó en los conceptos psicopedagógicos de ense anza de Ausubel, Piaget y Vigotski y hemos producido programas apropiados como: Clase Presencial Modular Interactiva: En ella se desarrolla un módulo interactivo en que un profesor actúa como facilitador. Pabellón en Línea: Imágenes obtenidas de las disecciones que están efectuándose en el Pabellón, durante el curso, se publican en el sitio web de la Universidad para permitir su revisión a distancia. Club. Es un ambiente colaborativo en que se inscriben voluntariamente los estudiantes que han obtenido calificaciones bajas. A través del correo electrónico y de software especiales se les otorga apoyo. La opinión prevalente de los estudiantes es que los programas computacionales constituyen un importante apoyo para facilitar el aprendizaje. Una estadística de las notas obtenidas y otros parámetros académicos indican que sometidos a evaluaciones de la misma rigurosidad que en cursos anteriores, los promedios se mantuvieron o mejoraron, no obstante, haberse incrementado importantemente el número de estudiantes en el curso de primer a o. The traditional learning method in Human Anatomy entails a steady schedule of practice with real material rather than with virtual elements. However, the use of appropriate software and the design and implementation of computer resources to guide the student and allow subsequent review of the dissections has proven to be a useful adjunct to traditional learning methods. The course is based in differents psychopedagogical works like Ausubel'Asimilation theory of learning , Piaget , Vigotski. and we have been produce appropiate software like : Interactive modular tutorial: Is a learning experience with an interactive module, where a teacher acts as a facilitator. On-line dissection room. The images obtained at dissection activities as our Anatomy course proceeds, are constantly being published at the Catholic University webpages in order to allow their on-line review by the students. Club:Those students with low marks would be able to join voluntarily our "collaborative environment", where they will be given special duties that would compensate for their deficits, through electronic mail.. The prevailing opinion of Medical students
A Study of Pungency of Capsaicinoid as Affected by Their Molecular Structure Alteration  [PDF]
Jun-Lian WANG, Zheng-hong PENG, Sheng-ze ZHOU, Jin-xi Zhang, Song-fei Zhang, Xiang-feng ZHOU, Xiao-bin ZHANG, Bi-xian PENG
Pharmacology & Pharmacy (PP) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/pp.2011.23014
Abstract: An attempt was made in an effort to synthesize a series of capsaicinoids, most of which are synthesized in our laboratory and characterized to be completely new members of capsaicinoids. The Structure-pungency dependence are presented and discussed.
One Day Polyethylene Glycol-3350 for Bowel Preparation in Pediatrics: A Literature Review  [PDF]
Shristi Shakya, Sumisti Shakya, Zhongyue Li
Open Journal of Pediatrics (OJPed) , 2015, DOI: 10.4236/ojped.2015.53042
Abstract: Bowel preparation for colonoscopy in children is a challenging procedure. Wide variety of preparation protocols exist, varying with the hospital. Unlike in adults, there is a lack of uniform bowel preparation protocol in children. Ideally, the bowel preparation agents are assessed by their safety, efficacy and tolerability. Unfortunately, none of the preparations currently available meets all of these criteria. However, since last decade, Polyethylene Glycol-3350 (PEG-3350) is gaining popularity for bowel preparation with reported safety, efficacy, and tolerability. The only major drawback of PEG-3350 without electrolyte was 4 days long preparation time thus raising the question if the duration of preparation time could be minimized and yet have same efficacy, safety, and tolerability of the medicine. Hence, one day PEG-3350 regimen was introduced eventually and is now being studied with increased dosage or combined with other laxatives. This is the first review which compiles the study so far conducted on one day PEG-3350 without electrolyte as colonoscopy bowel preparation in children and tries to summaries if this regimen can be commonly used in children for colonoscopy bowel preparation.
Evaluation of Nutrient Contents of Amaranth Leaves Prepared Using Different Cooking Methods  [PDF]
Olumakaiye M. Funke
Food and Nutrition Sciences (FNS) , 2011, DOI: 10.4236/fns.2011.24035
Abstract: Amaranth is a commonly consumed vegetable in households in Southwestern Nigeria. Raw amaranth is known to be rich in micronutrients particularly Iron and Vitamin C, which are lost during cooking due to the method of preparation. Hence, this study was conducted to determine the method of preparation that best retains nutrients. Three common methods of preparing amaranth were identified; method 1 in which no heat was applied but amaranth leaves were finely chopped (samples A), method 2 which was steaming before chopping the leaves (sample B) and method 3 involved chopping of leaves before blanching (sample C). These three samples were subjected to proximate analysis and micronutrient determinations. Results were mean of three determinations. Result of proximate analysis showed that sample B method of preparation has highest percentage of crude fat per gram of sample (2.31 ± 0.45), protein (4.35 ± 0.15) and fibre (1.09 ± 0.06). Sample A has highest percentage of moisture (90.35 ± 0.27) and ash content (1.36 ± 0.28) while sample C has highest percentage per gram of sample in carbohydrate (4.89 ± 1.21) only. Micronutrient determination results showed that sample A was highest in Vitamin C (1.57 mg ± 0.06) and Iron (535.84 ppm ± 123.42), followed by sample C (1.21 ± 0.07) and (501.88 ± 215.19) respectively while sample B had the least vitamin C (0.79 ± 0.06) and Iron (354.18 ± 121.84). The study showed that samples A best retained the nutrient contents of Amaranth leaves after preparation.
Colorectal Cancer Screening in a Spanish Town: Evaluation of Colonoscopy Preparation, Sedation by the Endoscopist and Screening Results  [PDF]
Rebeca Higuera álvarez, Raquel González Monasterio, Fidencio Bao Pérez, Pablo Ruiz Eguiluz
Open Journal of Gastroenterology (OJGas) , 2014, DOI: 10.4236/ojgas.2014.45031
Abstract: Objective: The aim of this study is to evaluate the colonic cleansing preparation and colorectal cancer screening results in Sestao (Bilbao); and to verify the safety of endoscopist-controlled sedation. Materials and methods: A retrospective observational study of colorectal cancer screening using the immunological faecal occult blood test in a medium-risk population in this region, with colonoscopy being performed in the event of a positive result. The colonic cleansing preparation was administered in split doses; the second dose was administered 4 hours prior to colonoscopy. The quality of the preparation and lesion detection were evaluated. Sedation-related complications were analyzed. Results: Participation was high (4342 of 6896 people invited, 62.99%), with 309 subjects (7.12%) presenting a positive immunological faecal occult blood test. A high percentage of the 284 colonoscopies had optimal preparation: 276 (97.18%) had an adequate preparation. A total of 22 (7.91%) sedation-related complications were detected: only one (0.36%) was serious. A total of 140 high-risk adenomas were removed (47.13%) and 24 carcinomas were diagnosed (8.08%). Both these percentages are high. Conclusions: Split doses of colonoscopy preparation and reduction of the time interval between the second dose and the colonoscopy result in a high percentage of adequate preparation and lesion detection. Sedation by trained endoscopists is safe and effective. An immunological faecal occult blood test-based screening program is feasible and allows malignant and precancerous lesions to be efficiently detected and treated.
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