Experiences of Nursing Students in High Technological Density Services
Objective: To share the nursing students’ experiences in high technological density services in the Intensive Care Unit and Emergency Unit, highlighting the importance of practical activities supervised in the learning process. Methods and results: This article is a descriptive study of experience report by Nursing students at the Federal University of Rio Grande do Norte, during the practical activities supervised in Intensive Care and Emergency Units, held on May 02 to May 19, 2016. This experience gave the students a sizing on nursing care in their respective sectors. Thus, the results were listed in three categories: 1) Work process, 2) Procedures performed and 3) Acquired skills and abilities. Conclusion: The practical activities experienced by the students provided a sizing on the knowledge on the care practice to patients assisted in the high-density technology sectors, having critical thinking and the applicability of clinical reasoning and diagnosis.
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