Factores del currículo oculto en la práctica formativa de pregrado de medicina.
Guerrero Muñoz, Yanira
Ruiz Vanegas, Norma Andrea
Especialista en Docencia Universitaria
DegreeEspecialista en Docencia Universitaria
ProgramEspecialización en Docencia Universitaria
Universidad El Bosque
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The hidden curriculum refers to a series of contents, values and perspectives not declared in the formal curriculum, which influence the acquisition of knowledge and skills of medical professionals in training. The objective of this research is to identify these factors and analyze the students' perception of them. For this, a qualitative research with a hermeneutical documentary approach was carried out, based on 200 questionnaires applied to undergraduate medical students of VI semester of a private university in Bogotá during their training practices in an outpatient care center. Finding that the factors of the hidden curriculum that were most strongly identified by the students were; firstly, those associated with the perception of teaching, followed by the student teacher relationship and thirdly the student's perception of educability. Highlighting the visibility of aspects such as the example of life that the teacher supposes, the well-being and the infrastructure in which the student is immersed. In conclusion, these results reveal to us the need to make these factors visible, because they can be in favor or against the pedagogical objectives in the training of medical professionals and can be used as the basis for the generation of improvement plans in educational institutions.
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