Forma��o t�cnica em enfermagem: uma experi�ncia interdisciplinar no ensino da enfermagem

de Souza, F�bio Alessandro Justino
January 2011
Revista Cient�fica de Enfermagem - RECIEN;jan2011, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p36
Academic Journal
The nursing education has undergone several transformations over time and from this perspective, the work of the Centre Trainer of the Brazilian Red Cross - branch State of S�o Paulo, uses of interdisciplinarity as a means of achieving the objectives in nursing education. In spite of difficult concepts, interdisciplinarity could be inserted into the teaching and learning context, which facilitated the acquisition of knowledge, skills and attitudes by the students and the reformulation of strategies and methods used in facilitating the work of teachers and improving teaching quality. The results were satisfactory when analyzed the views of pedagogical and technical-scientific.


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