Journal club estratégia de ensino e aprendizagem para desenvolvimento da enfermagem baseada em evidência

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Vanessa Cecília de Azevedo Michelan
Wilza Carla Spiri

Abstract

Resumo: Estudo de revisão integrativa da literatura. As bases de dados foram: Scopus; Pub Med; ProQuest; Web of Science e BVS, as palavras chaves: journal club e enfermagem ou gestão participativa, no período de 2014 a 2018. O critério inclusão foi: incluir as categorias de artigo (original, revisão de literatura, estudo de caso, multimétodo, análise de conteúdo, entre outros); artigos com resumos e textos completos disponíveis para análise no âmbito nacional e internacional. Foram encontrados 97 artigos, 23 atenderam os critérios de inclusão e constituíram a amostra. Apos análise Bibliométrica extraíram-se quatro categorias tais como: Implementação da estratégia de ensino e aprendizagem Journal Club; Construção do método do Journal Club; As vantagens e desafios da implementação do Journal Club e Avaliação da estratégia Journal Club. Trata-se de uma estratégia promissora, porém pouca utilizada no âmbito nacional, conhecida internacionalmente, mas há necessidades de mais evidências sob sua eficácia ao longo do tempo

Palavras-chave: Journal Club; Enfermagem; Gestão Participativa e Liderança.

 

Journal club teaching and learning strategy for evidence-based nursing development

Abstract: Integrative literature review study. The databases were: Scopus; Pub Med; ProQuest; Web of Science and VHL, the key words: journal club and nursing or participatory management, from 2014 to 2018. The inclusion criterion was to include article categories (original, literature review, case study, multi-method, content, among others); articles with summaries and full texts available for analysis at national and international level. We found 97 articles, 23 met the inclusion criteria and constituted the sample. After the Bibliometric analysis, four categories were extracted: Implementation of the teaching and learning strategy Journal Club; Construction of the Journal Club method; The advantages and challenges of implementing the Journal Club and Journal Strategy Review. It is a promising strategy, but little used at the national level, known internationally, but there is a need for more evidence under its effectiveness over time.

Keywords: Journal Club, Nursing, Participative Management Leadership.

 

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Author Biographies

Vanessa Cecília de Azevedo Michelan, UNESP-BOTUCATU-SP

Enfermeira doutoranda na Unesp-Botucatu-SP

Mestre em Enfermagem na Unesp-Botucatu-SP

Enfermeira 

Wilza Carla Spiri, Departamento de Enfermagem - FMB -UNESP

Departamento de Enfermagem - FMB -UNESPRN, PhD, Associate ProfessorDepartment of Nursing - Botucatu Medical SchoolUniv Estadual Paulista+55-14-38801320https://orcid.org/0000-0003-0838-6633

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