O Futuro da Tecnologia na Educação em Saúde: Desafiando o Dogma do Ensino Tradicional

Por: Mark J. Kittleson.

American Journal Of Health Education - v.40 - n.6 - 2009

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Resumo

Durante a década de 1990, fui convidado a trabalhar no primeiro Comitê de Padrões de Pós-Graduação para rever as sete áreas de educador em saúde responsabilidades. Ficamos maravilhados com o fato de competências criadas há 25 anos eram tão práticas e em meados da década de 1990, especialmente à luz do mudanças de tecnologia que estavam em andamento. Historicamente, nossa profissão teve grande previsão por seus líderes. Precisamos manter essa prática. Nós precisamos olhar para a nossa profissão, não só em O futuro próximo, mas como seremos em 25 anos. Em 25 anos, os acadêmicos AAHE de 2034 estarão de pé para sua apresentação olhando sobre os líderes / lendas atuais da profissão. Como mencionado anteriormente, a tecnologia será uma influência incrível em nossa profissão, quer queiramos ou não. Não vamos ser como os relojoeiros suíços e permitir o nosso orgulho, ignorância ou recusa para reconhecer que as outras idéias podem funcionar . Vamos criar o nosso futuro incentivando pesquisa para nos mostrar como incorporar melhor tecnologia no que fazemos. Eu desafio nossos jovens profissionais a criar o nosso futuro realizando pesquisas para nos mostrar como melhor incorporar a tecnologia. Para aqueles de vocês, que sentem o chamado, por favor contate-me. Eu adoraria trabalhar com você - onde quer que eu esteja

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