Working with the students a multiprofessional care environment: a psychodrama experience

Iêda Aleluia, Ana Lucia Goes, Ubton José Nascimento


Background: A workshop was carried out to stimulate in the health-student a humanistic perspective on patient care. Summary of work: Three teachers prepared a workshop to discuss care and multiprofessional work in health, using the psychodrama framework. Summary of results:  14 students participated. They expressed their feelings and performed scenes based on movie clips that were showed to them. One of these scenes was remade after discussion. They were positively surprised with the workshop. Our results showed that the principal feeling that emerged was Empathy, and they were touched by the lack of humanity when we do our work mechanically. Lessons learned/ Conclusions: This kind of approach with the health students early and at different moments in their courses, can create a reflexive professional capable of working in a multiprofessional team with active methods and can make a difference to their training as professionals.


Medical Education; Health Care; Empathy; Psychodrama

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