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>Journals >Gaceta Médica de México >Year 2015, Issue 3


Barrera LJC, Barajas-Serrano TL, Jiménez-Hernández JE, Barrera-López E, González-Bernal C, Higareda-Almaraz MA
Comparison of participative educative strategy versus traditional educative strategy in health personnel
Gac Med Mex 2015; 151 (3)

Language: Español
References: 20
Page: 369-376
PDF: 219.89 Kb.


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ABSTRACT

Objective: To compare the clinical aptitude in neonatal resuscitation with participative educative strategy versus traditional educative strategy in health personnel. Material and Methods: Quasi-experimental study design including physicians and nurses distributed in two groups: (i) participative educative strategies n = 156, and (ii) traditional n = 158, were imparted in 12 sessions. Evaluation of clinical aptitude evaluated with validated questionnaire. Descriptive and interferential statistical interand intragroup. Results: Clinical aptitude median score before/after: participative educative strategy 25.0/36.5 (p = 0.000) and traditional 24.5/31.0 (p = 0.000); differences between intergroup p = 0.040. Changes to higher category according to the score before/after in participative 114 (73%) vs. traditional 65 (41%); p = 0.010. There were no significant differences in the intergroup results in the category of evaluation of clinical aptitude, but there were differences in the intragroup when we evaluated median before and after with both strategies. Conclusions: Increase of clinical aptitude in neonatal resuscitation in health personnel, with both educative strategies being higher with participative strategy.


Key words: Neonatal resuscitation, Asphyxia, Newborn, Educative strategy, Learning.


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