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Title: Tecnologías de información y comunicación en instituciones de posgrados de salud : evidencias y estereotipos
Author: Leal Cavalcante, Maria
Viladrich Segués, Carme
Murat Vasconcellos, Miguel
Caminal i Homar, Josefina
Keywords: tecnologia educacional;avaluació;educació de postgrau;educació en salut pública per a professionals;education technology;evaluation;postgraduate education;public healthcare education for professionals;tecnología educacional;evaluación;educación de posgrado;educación en salud pública para profesionales
Issue Date: 13-Jan-2010
Publisher: Universitat Oberta de Catalunya
Citation: Leal Cavalcante, Maria; Viladrich Segués, Carme; Murat Vasconcellos, Miguel; Caminal i Homar, Josefina (2010). "Tecnologías de información y comunicación en instituciones de posgrados de salud: evidencias y estereotipos". RUSC. Revista de Universidad y Sociedad del Conocimiento, 2010, Vol. 7, núm 1
Abstract: Objective: The current state of public healthcare calls for innovations in postgraduate courses. Emphasis on lifelong education, networking performance and more flexible links between the area of teaching and actual healthcare services all pose a major challenge to education institutions. Teaching methods are being redefined and syllabus structures revised. But while ther has been much discussion in the literature on the capacity of ICTs to bring about innovation and collaboration, there is very little real evidence to back this idea. This study presents a pilot test of an instrument which is being developed to allow the assessment of everyday uses of ICTs in teaching postgraduate healthcare courses. Methods: Through the Internet, a Likert-scale survey was conducted on 350 teachers of a postgraduate education centre in Barcelona, Spain, evaluating needs, beliefs and comfort with technology as well as teacher participation in networks. Results: The 89 respondents (25%) took, on average, ten minutes to fill out the questionnaire. The use of technology was instrumental, with little emphasis on resources related to innovation and networks. Conclusions: The results are discussed from the points of view of the validation of the instrument and the apparent dissonance between the presented data and the strong bet on the potential of information and communication technologies.
Description: Peer reviewed
Language: Spanish
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10609/2968
ISSN: 1698-580X
Appears in Collections:2010, vol. 7, n. 1

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