Educational Technology in Vocational Training of Emergency Services

  • Camylla Cavalcante Soares de Freitas Public University of Rio Grande do Norte
  • Isabel Karolyne Fernandes Costa Public University of Rio Grande do Norte
  • Isabelle Katherinne Fernandes Costa Public University of Rio Grande do Norte
  • Ana Luiza Brandão de Carvalho Lira Public University of Rio Grande do Norte
  • Alexsandra Rodrigues Feijão Public University of Rio Grande do Norte
  • Gilson de Vasconcelos Torres Public University of Rio Grande do Norte

Abstract

Background: The speed of the technological progress influences the health education, to the extent that the progress of knowledge requires innovative teaching methodologies that. Among the various components of the health system in the world, emergency services were considered as priorities in the qualification process or human resources. Objective: Identify the educational technologies used in the training of professionals who work in emergency services through an integrative review. Method: Through controlled descriptors of Medical Subject Heading: "Medical education", "Training" and "Emergency" in the databases. 2531 have been included articles in which, 21 were included in the final sample and suffered classification of the level of evidence. Results: There was a prevalence studies with a level III (71.4%) and in relation to the technology used, 95.2% of the studies used the simulation classified as soft-hard technology. In articles the subjects who used the technologies were the contents of obstetric emergencies and cardiopulmonary resuscitation. Conclusion: International articles relating to vocational training in emergency feature, mostly considerable level of evidence (III). Among the educational technologies, the simulation was the predominant use of methodology for training nursing staff and doctors.
Published
Aug 15, 2016
How to Cite
FREITAS, Camylla Cavalcante Soares de et al. Educational Technology in Vocational Training of Emergency Services. International Archives of Medicine, [S.l.], v. 9, aug. 2016. ISSN 1755-7682. Available at: <http://imed.pub/ojs/index.php/iam/article/view/1642>. Date accessed: 24 nov. 2017. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.3823/2061.
Section
Medical Education

Keywords

Health Technology; Simulation ; Training of Human Resources in Health.