Aj všeobecní lekári si budú môcť aktualizovať profesné kompetencie pomocou medicínskych simulátorov (výhody a úskalia)


Authors: Elena Kukurová 1;  Peter Labaš 1;  Viera Haverlíková 1;  Viliam Donič 2
Authors‘ workplace: Lekárska fakulta Univerzity Komenského, Bratislava, Slovensko 1;  Lekárska fakulta Univerzity Pavla Jozefa Šafárika, Košice, Slovensko 2
Published in: Lékař a technika - Clinician and Technology No. 2, 2013, 43, 28-34
Category: Original research

Overview

Dramatic increase in health information, higher requirements on patient safety, processing and storing data, facts which put new requirements on curriculum restructuring, giving priority to teaching in small groups and e-learning, as well as support to independent research, have intensified the need of quest for new motivation in educating health care professionals (GP KEGA MŠVVaŠ SR č.052-4/2013). Nevertheless, in spite of all efforts to introduce contextual education, there is still a gap between theoretical and clinical environments. A large percentage of students have the feeling that they are not trained enough in determining anamneses, physical check ups, diagnostics and management of health care. It is expected that introducing medical simulations into current curricula will bridge this gap.

Keywords:
educutaion of health care professionals, medical simulations, mannequin simulators


Sources

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