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Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

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Inv Ed Med 2017;6:e47 - DOI: 10.1016/j.riem.2017.01.113
Preceptoring shoulder-to-shoulder without bumbing the head
Moises Nunesa, Carol Toffolib, Marco Tulio Pereirab
a Programa de Residência em Medicina de Família e Comunidade da Prefeitura Municipal do Rio de Janeiro
b Residency of Family Medicine - SMS, Rio de Janeiro, Brasil

Introduction: Organizing an educational project for the massive training of residents in a moment of Primary Care expansion in coverage, reordering of care flows, scarcity of Family Medicine specialists and the assistance pressure of quite a vulnerable population was great challenge faced in last 8 years in Rio de Janeiro.

Objectives and methods: This paper aims to present the experience of building bi-weekly educational plans at one unit of Family Medicine Residency Program in Rio de Janeiro. Every two weeks, educational plans are formulated with the resident based on the their educational needs, reached during direct observed consultations. The EURACT, European Academy of Teachers in General Practice / Family Medicine, recommended methodology was the base for each plan. The following guiding axes are followed: Target Public, Title, Objectives, Contents, Method / Schedule, Preparatory work, Resources, Equipment, Bibliography, Brochures, Assessment and Valuation. During this fortnight, the plan uses pedagogical strategies to achieve the objectives agreed upon with the residents. Assessment and supervision of consultations and home visits, clinical sessions, meetings between residents and preceptors, dramatizations, theoretical expositions, individual readings, medical records audits, theoretical tests and Feedback. The whole process is based at the Brazilian Family Medicine Association competency-based curriculum.

Conclusions: The maintenance of a constant methodology requires effort and discipline on the part of the preceptoria even more in scenarios with strong pressure for access., but was observed that a systematized work methodology with adequate assessment tools are fundamental in the residents daily “shoulder-to-shoulder” training. And was identified that this model also provides great satisfaction for residents because it enables them to perceive growth and learning.

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