Os desafios da forma��o profissional: o enfermeiro no contexto educacional e as novas tecnologias

Do Nascimento, Eliane Batista; Dos Santos Maia, Luiz Faustino
January 2011
Revista Cient�fica de Enfermagem - RECIEN;jan2011, Vol. 1 Issue 1, p42
Academic Journal
The subject of integration of new information technologies and communication teaching practices and new educational paradigms is presented in an important moment in the transformation of nursing education with current curricular and pedagogical changes. This study aimed to reflect on the skills and teaching practices of nursing teacher combined with his training to meet the new educational demands of society. This is a literature review. The complexity that characterizes the world, and particularly the health scenario requires the development of interdisciplinary teaching programs with a view to obtaining a new kind of thinking and training of health professionals committed to social reconstruction.


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