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|Title: ||Teaching and learning sexuality in nursing education|
|Authors: ||Dias, Helia|
|Issue Date: ||6-May-2016|
|Citation: ||Dias, H. & Sim-Sim, M. (2016).Teaching and learning sexuality in nursing education. BMC Health Services Research, 16(Suppl 3):O68|
|Abstract: ||Sexuality is recognized as part of holistic nursing care, but its inclusion in clinical practice and nursing training is inconsistent. Based on the question "How students and teachers acknowledge sexuality in teaching and learning?", we developed a study in order to characterize the process of teaching and learning sexuality in a micro perspective of cur- riculum development.
We used a mixed methods design with a sequential strategy: QUAN → qual of descriptive and explanatory type. 646 students and teachers participated. The quantitative component used ques- tionnaire surveys. Document analysis was used in the additional component.
A curricular dimension of sexuality emerges guided by a behaviourist line and based on a biological vision. The issues considered safe are highlighted and framed in steps of adolescence and adulthood and more attached to female sexuality and the procreative aspect. There is in emergence a hidden curriculum by reference to content from other dimensions of sexuality but less often expressed. Theoretical learning follows a communicational model of reality through ab- straction strategies, which infers a deductive method of learning, with a behaviourist approach to assessment. Clinical teaching ad- dresses sexuality in combination with reproductive health nursing. The influencing factors of teaching and learning of sexuality were also explored.
We conclude that the vision of female sexuality taught and learned in relation to women has a projection of care in clinical practice based on the same principles.|
|Appears in Collections:||ENF - Comunicações - Em Congressos Científicos Internacionais|
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