Perception and manifestation of collaborative competencies among undergraduate health students

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Objective: to analyze the perception and manifestation of collaborative teamwork competencies among undergraduate health students who experienced the curricular internship’s integration module from the perspective of interprofessional education. Method: qualitative study, developed with the intervention research strategy. Twenty-eight students from five undergraduate health courses participated. Data were collected in three focus group interviews conducted with the undergraduate students at the end of each semester. For data analysis, the technique of intervention research and dialectical hermeneutics adopted was based on the theoretical framework of interprofessional education in health. Results: uniprofessional culture, the experience of integration of different fields of knowledge and collaborative competencies were manifested by the students in their reports and in the actions developed by the multidisciplinary team with individuals and families, during the experience of the curricular internship’s integration module. Conclusion: the experience of integration of the curricular internship from the perspective of interprofessionality favored the perception and manifestation of collaborative competencies that are necessary for teamwork among the students.

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de Lima, A. W. S., Alves, F. A. P., Linhares, F. M. P., da Costa, M. V., Coriolano-Marinus, M. W. de L., & de Lima, L. S. (2020). Perception and manifestation of collaborative competencies among undergraduate health students. Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem, 28. https://doi.org/10.1590/1518-8345.3227.3240

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