Continuous transdisciplinary education in order to detect neurodevelopment disorders among five years old
Journal for Educators, Teachers and Trainers,
2019, Volume 10, Issue 2, Pages -
AbstractContinuous education is important in order to improve health practices and infant education. The goal of this paper was to evaluate the impact of a trans disciplinary continuous formation model in order to detect neurodevelopment and psychosocial disorders in five and under year old living in Sucre and Chuquisaca provinces. 458 health professionals, technicians, and medical interns were interviewed for this purpose. A survey was made after twenty-five sections of formation during 2016-2017. The questions of the survey were related to topics referred to such a formation section. The findings show the importance of the new topics, the necessity of more formation regarding the diagnosis scales and the knowledge on family and community therapies, this aspect was detected mostly in rural areas, which have less possibilities of accessing to continuous formation. To finish, it is important to point out that the trans disciplinary cyclical formation model allowed refreshing knowledge, sharing experiences, to dialogue different kinds of knowledge, and to integrate collaborative work among peers, so the health service among 5 years old would be optimized.
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