Camila Silva, Nurse
School of Nursing of University of São Paulo
PhD student at the Postgraduate Program in Nursing Management at the School of Nursing at the University of São Paulo. Member of the Management and Education in Health and Nursing Research Group in the Interprofessional Collaborative Perspective. Specialist in Public Health by the Multiprofessional Residency Program in Public Health of the University of Pernambuco (2020). Graduation in Nursing from the Federal University of Campina Grande (2017). Interested in the following topics: interprofessional education, health education, permanent and continuing education, professional training, health research.
Presenting at the Nexus Summit:
Background: The Interprofessional Health Education (IPE) is expanding in Brazilian Health Higher Education despite the dominance of teaching for specific competences in each health profession. In order to strengthen IPE, it is necessary to include this approach in the courses’ curricula, with a clear intentionality about their theoretical-methodological precepts. Thus, we raise a question: which educational theories have been used in the IPE field?. The aim is to reflect how interprofessional education can be guided by educational theories. Methodology: Reflective study based on international…
BACKGROUND: Preceptorship is essential for Interprofessional Health Education (IPE) programmes. The preceptor is a health professional that works in a health service and facilitates learning between learners from multiple professions in practice environments. Attributes for interprofessional facilitation have been cited in the literature, however specificities for interprofessional precepting are not indicated. It is unclear what are the competencies for preceptors to develop and deliver IPE. This study aimed to map the preceptor competencies in IPE with the research question based on the PCC…