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Doctoral Thesis
DOI
10.11606/T.5.2006.tde-15092006-133911
Document
Author
Full name
Getúlio Rodrigues de Oliveira Filho
Institute/School/College
Knowledge Area
Date of Defense
Published
São Paulo, 2005
Supervisor
Committee
Vieira, Joaquim Edson (President)
Carmona, Maria Jose Carvalho
Duval Neto, Gastão Fernandes
Komatsu, Ricardo Shoiti
Nunes, Maria do Patrocinio Tenorio
Title in Portuguese
"Aquisição de conhecimentos, estratégias de aprendizado, satisfação com o ambiente de ensino e qualidade de vida de médicos residentes de anestesiologia. Estudo longitudinal multicêntrico"
Keywords in Portuguese
Ambiente de Instituições de Saúde
Anestesiologia
Aprendizagem
Competência profissional
Educação médica
Internato e residência
Qualidade de vida
Abstract in Portuguese
Para determinar o desempenho cognitivo de médicos residentes de Anestesiologia relacionado a características afetivo-motivacionais, 60 residentes completaram, com intervalos de 6 meses, questionários sobre Qualidade de Vida, Ambiente Educacional, Estratégias de Ensino e Aprendizado e um teste de progresso. Análises de conglomerados classificaram os residentes de acordo com as variáveis afetivo-motivacionais e cognitivas. Grupos resultando de combinações dos conglomerados foram obtidos. Gráficos de progresso cognitivo foram obtidos pelo cálculo de médias móveis exponencialmente ponderadas. Somente os grupos com perfil afetivo-motivacional mais positivo demonstraram ganho significativo de conhecimento
Title in English
Knowledge gain, learning strategies, satisfaction with the learning environment and quality of life of residents of anesthesiology. A multicenter longitudinal study
Keywords in English
Anesthesiology
Education medical
Health facility environment
Internship and residency
Learning
Professional competence
Quality of life
Abstract in English
To determine residents' cognitive achievements related to differential characteristics in affective-motivational variables, 60 anesthesia residents completed at four 6-month intervals World Health Organization Quality of Life Inventory, the Dundee Ready Educational Environment Measure, the Learning and Study Strategies Inventory, and a Rasch modeled progress test. Cluster analyses classified residents according to affective-motivational and cognitive measures. Groups resulting from combinations of clusters were obtained. Exponentially weighted moving average charts assessed cognitive progress. Only groups exhibiting more positive affective-motivational profiles demonstrated significant knowledge-gain
 
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Publishing Date
2006-09-22
 
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