Ventajas, desventajas y ocho recomendaciones para la educación médica virtual en tiempos del COVID-19: Revisión de Tema

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https://doi.org/10.21615/cesmedicina.34.COVID-19.3

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Educación Médica, Interfaz Usuario-Computador, Coronavirus, Educación

Resumen

La pandemia de COVID-19 ha llevado a la implementación del aislamiento preventivo como medida de salud pública y con esto, se presentan nuevos retos para las instituciones de educación superior y en especial para carreras con alto contenido presencial. Se realizó una revisión de la literatura en Pubmed en conjunto con textos de referencia en educación virtual, educación médica, opiniones de expertos y artículos derivados de estos por método bola de nieve. Las ventajas de la educación médica virtual hacen alusión, en su mayoría, a la flexibilidad en tiempo, espacios, oportunidades y recursos desde un enfoque individualizado. Las desventajas, por su parte, dependen de la falta de preparación en infraestructura, así como por parte de docentes y estudiantes para las nuevas modalidades. Las recomendaciones se basan en un cambio de estrategia en el que el estudiante pueda abordar los contenidos de forma amigable y resumida previo a las clases en-vivo y que estas últimas tengan un enfoque dirigido a la complementación y resolución de dudas. Se presentan recomendaciones para los docentes que actualmente dictan sus contenidos de manera virtual para favorecer el aprendizaje y cumplimiento de objetivos. Se incluye un anexo con herramientas para el desarrollo de clases y otros contenidos útiles para el estudio de temas en distintas áreas.

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12-06-2020

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Vásquez, D. (2020). Ventajas, desventajas y ocho recomendaciones para la educación médica virtual en tiempos del COVID-19: Revisión de Tema. CES Medicina, 34, 14–27. https://doi.org/10.21615/cesmedicina.34.COVID-19.3

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Revisión de tema