Learning to learn in integrative systems learning activities (AIAS) Nervous system: New Trivium

Martha Ortiz Fonseca, Beatriz Elena Alvarez Otero

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Abstract

As part of the reflection of recent years on how medicine is taught and learned, it is suggested that medical education should include learning to manage learning, to become aware of the cognitive and linguistic skills required to appropriate and build knowledge, to use the discursive forms of the profession, and to communicate appropriately with patients, families, communities and members of the medical team, among others. This, which is generally not explicitly taught to students in the medical curricula, is an important part of the training of the Rosarist physician and has been called the...

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Original languageSpanish
Title of host publicationActividades Integradoras del Aprendizaje por Sistemas, AIAS del sistema nervioso
PublisherUniversidad del Rosario
Pages1 - 18
ISBN (Electronic)978-958-738-866-4
StatePublished - 2017

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Ortiz Fonseca, M., & Alvarez Otero, B. E. (2017). Learning to learn in integrative systems learning activities (AIAS) Nervous system: New Trivium. In Actividades Integradoras del Aprendizaje por Sistemas, AIAS del sistema nervioso (pp. 1 - 18). Universidad del Rosario.