Importância dos estudos interdisciplinares na construção de ementas dos cursos da área da saúde

Autores

  • Bruno Fracassi
  • Rodrigo Martins Tadine
  • Janaina Drawanz Pereira Rezende
  • Eneida Mara Gonçalves
  • Thalita Lobo
  • Luíz Manfrenati
  • Ana Maria da Silva

Palavras-chave:

Estudos interdisciplinares, Educação, Saúde

Resumo

A estrutura curricular interdisciplinar na construção de ementas para formação em saúde vem se tornando um diferencial singular na especialização de profissionais (Okamura, 2019). A introdução da interdisciplinaridade no meio acadêmico e currículos profissionais fornece uma estrutura para a preparação dos alunos para fazer conexões entre diferentes elos do conhecimento, aparentemente fragmentados (Ashby; Exter, 2019) e aplicá-los a problemas do mundo real.

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2024-01-14

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Importância dos estudos interdisciplinares na construção de ementas dos cursos da área da saúde. (2024). Revista De Divulgação Científica Sena Aires, 13(1), 6-11. https://revistasfacesa.senaaires.com.br/index.php/revisa/article/view/470

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