Development of skills in controlled environments and simulation for SUS undergratuated users safety

João Carlos da Silva Bizario, Gabriela Furst Vaccarezza, Carolina Felipe Soares Brandão

Abstract


INTRODUCTION: The insertion of Medical Students since the beginning of Medical School in applied professional reality practices provides a potential and necessary opportunity for performance and competence development driven by the National Curricular Guidelines from 2014. The familiarity of students with professional practices in controlled environments contributes to reality comprehension, guaranteeing the development of skills, which contributes and maintain the patients’ safety. OBJECTIVE: Describing the insertion of the curriculum performed of the professional skills and Clinical Simulation as a controlled learning environment, concurring with developed activities in different levels of health care attention, such as non-controlled environments. METHODOLOGY: Experience report of the academic activities of Medical Course at Universidade Municipal de São Caetano do Sul from its conception. RESULTS: Skills and simulations throughout the semesters contain several activities with Simulated Patient Actors, Task Trainers, Hybrid Simulation, Rapid Cycle Deliberate Practice (RCDP), and Standardized Simulation as a path to the development of medical competences since the first semester of the course. CONCLUSION: Medical Students’ insertion in health care network (RAS) since the beginning of Medical School linked to Clinical Simulation, have played an important role and complement the curricula, preserving the main objective of promoting better practices aiming the patients’ safety.

Keywords


Simulation. Curriculum. Medical students. Patient’s safety. Primary health care.



DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.17267/2594-7907ijhe.v4i1.2885

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