Estrategias didácticas para la sensibilización en el autocuidado del médico.
Aguilar Farias, Martha Johana
Catañeda Daguer, María Lucia
Sanabria León, Alba María
Especialista en Docencia Universitaria
DegreeEspecialista en Docencia Universitaria
ProgramEspecialización en Docencia Universitaria
Universidad El Bosque
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The purpose of this study is to determine the didactic strategies for the awareness of the doctor in relation to self-care, given the high prevalence of pathologies in the professional, in relation to the physical and emotional health, which impact their quality of life and professional practice, according to the WHO "When there is greater tension there is greater procedural damage and at the level of clinical reasoning." A study with a qualitative approach that includes quantitative, descriptive and exploratory data was carried out. The sample were doctors from an external consultation health entity, a semi- structured interview and an online survey were applied. Data analysis was carried out by triangulation of instruments and theory. It was determined that doctors have a clear concept of self-care, and that they should take over the realization of healthy habits to improve their quality of life, none of the doctors received any chair that included self- care. In the realization of active breaks, 85% do not do it or do it sometimes, and 75% of doctors would never consider asking for professional help before the need of requiring emotional support. Regarding the didactic strategies, it was determined that doctors would prefer to be sensitized in self-care through workshops, computer applications and seminars. Similarly, it was established that the main factor that prevents doctors from self-care is the lack of time, and their greater motivation is family and the prevention of pathologies.This project identifies didactic strategies, including workshops, seminars, and software that reminds us about self-care, and healthy job breaks. This study also proposes a workbook that provides needed tools for emotional support as well as preventing burnout at work. Additionally, it was noted there is a lack of information in the academic field about the subject and another goal of this paper is to promote the implementation of a self- care course to better prepare professionals in the field.
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