Ensinando ciências básicas através de casos clínicos: Percepção dos estudantes de Fisiologia sobre o uso deste método

Ben-Hur Souto das Neves, Inaê Oliveira, Matheus Henrique Naumann, Pâmela Billig Mello-Carpes

Resumo


Métodos ativos de ensino têm sido adotados na formação de profissionais de diferentes áreas, estimulando o pensamento crítico e, dessa forma, favorecendo a tomada de decisão rápida e eficiente. O uso de casos clínicos em disciplinas da área da saúde é um exemplo. No entanto, a aplicação dessa ferramenta tem ocorrido principalmente em disciplinas clínicas. Neste contexto, propomos a utilização de casos clínicos no ensino de uma disciplina das ciências básicas: Fisiologia Humana. Os casos clínicos foram apresentados periodicamente, após aulas expositivas tradicionais, e uma discussão em grupo foi proposta para tentar entender a fisiologia envolvida em cada situação, aplicando o conhecimento teórico. As avaliações dos alunos mostraram que a atividade contribuiu para uma melhor compreensão do conteúdo, bem como para o desempenho dos alunos no curso de fisiologia.


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casos clínicos; métodos ativos; fisiologia humana.

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.16923/reb.v17i0.847

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