Factores que intervienen en el aprendizaje de ortopedia y traumatología en estudiantes de instrumentación quirúrgica en una institución de educación superior en la ciudad de Bogotá
Ferrucho Suárez, Andrea Del Pilar
Cepeda, Monica Patricia
Educacion Medica, 1575-1813. 2019.
Fundacion Privada Educacion Medica
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The study seeks the identification of the factors that intervene in learning, the sufficiency and relevance of the information sources and the interest in the use of digital pedagogical tools for the learning process in the surgical processes and protocols of Orthopedics and Traumatology for Surgical Assistance. A descriptive cross-sectional study was carried out in which 502 surveys were applied to Surgical Assistance students from IV to VIII semester of a Higher Education Institution of the city of Bogotá, during the period between 2015 and 2017. It was evidenced that the sources of information for learning the processes and protocols of Surgical Assistance in Orthopedics do not respond to the needs of students in terms of sufficiency, and relevance, so it is appropriate that teachers linked to training in this profession develop didactic resources that strengthen the skills necessary for professional performance. In reference to the factors that intervene in learning, it was evident that resources and tools are the main factor, followed by student motivation, student commitment, time planning and organization. This allows us to conclude that one of the alternatives solutions associated with the identified problems should be the creation of digital teaching resources that guarantee the consolidation of concepts, the acquisition of procedural skills and the strengthening of attitudes and values of the Surgical Assistance students, for a meaningful learning for its later performance.
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