Learning To Learn The Nursing Consultation: Comprehensive Analysis In The Perspective Of The Student
Keywords:Consultation, Nursing Education, Learning, Nursing
This is a qualitative study of a descriptive nature with an approach in the sociological phenomenology of Alfred Schutz. Twenty students participated. They were from the Undergraduate Nursing Course of a School in the Serrana Region - RJ, Brazil. Data collection was carried out from April to June 2015, after approval by the Ethics and Research Committee, according to opinion 874.087. Objectives: To describe the studentsÂ´ learning about the Nursing Consultation Action; to understand the meaning of the Nursing Consultation Assistance Action learning by the students who undertook the supervised internship in the Basic Care Network. For the data collection, a phenomenological interview was performed. The discourse of the students resulted in four categories: Category 1 â€œUsing learning theory and practice in Nursing Consultationâ€; Category 2 â€œLearning how to learn about nursesÂ´ assignmentsâ€; Category 3 â€œBuilding the learning process with satisfactionâ€ and Category 4 â€œLearning to learn the Social Action of the nurse to resolveâ€. The answers obtained by the students contributed to understanding the experience in the universe of learning the Social Action of the Nurse - Nursing Consultation. From then, it is possible to devise strategies of teaching and learning, in a way that contemplates the student, considering the singularity.
Keywords: Consultation, Nursing, Learning; Nursing Education.
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