Factores que influyen en el aprendizaje de la toma de presión arterial en estudiantes de medicina de una universidad de Bogotá.
Cadenas Bastidas, Andrés Felipe
Martínez García, Diana Edith
Rodelo Martínez, Liliana Marcela
Rodríguez Valecia, Rocío
DegreeEspecialista en Docencia Universitaria
Caviedes Cadena, Deisy Lorena
ProgramEspecialización en Docencia Universitaria
Universidad El Bosque
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The purpose of this study was to identify the main factors that influence the learning process of blood pressure measurement in medical students, who perform their practical training in an ambulatory care center of primary health care. This research took as its primary source of information, a theoretical review that sought to understand the problem from the educational perspective, which addressed the epistemological perspective of learning in medicine, and made an introduction to the theoretical context. In order to identify the main factors, a qualitative, descriptive study was carried out, supported by some quantitative data, on a sample selected at the convenience of 8 students. Based on the application of two instruments (questionnaire and group interview); the results obtained were analyzed and coded identifying patterns that were triangulated with the theory, and that were categorized by means of an empty matrix. These results gave rise to three categories: Operational Thinking, Student Motivation, and Motivating Teacher; from which some relevant aspects are concluded as the importance of the technique knowledge to carry out blood pressure measurement, the motivation and confidence that students have when taking blood pressure, which is supported and associated with knowledge of the technique, and the importance of supervision activities, feedback, and encouragement from the teacher.
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