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Aplicabilidad del Vídeo en el Método de Resolución de problemas en Fisioterapia

by Salvat Salvat, M. Isabel

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The present thesis leaves from the intention to analyze the optimal form within the framework to present clinical cases in teaching of Physical Therapy of the Problems Based Learning (PBL). In particular, to analyze advantages to present the cases in video. It uses a qualitative and quantitative methodology (observational study of intervention; comparison of different variables before after the made interventions) and is made in three consecutive courses. The study subjects are the students registered in Physical Therapy course 2005 ? 06. With these students, during the first course, an experience of PBL with object is made to compare the results of working the case in format video versus format paper. In second course, the presentation of cases by means of video is applied to teaching in ABP and the students compare themselves who have made this experience with their companions, who do not make it. In third, it studies if the visualization of repeated videos results in an improvement of students capacity of observation. The obtained results allow concluding that, in the context of the PBL, the presentation of cases by means of video obtains similarity with the real practice as for the visualization of the patients; nevertheless, the impossibility to interact with them represents an important limitation, especially for the students of the last courses. Thus, it favors the understanding, the retention of the case and the motivation of the students. It is confirmed that the visualization of repeated videos reverts in an improvement of students capacity of observation
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Advisor:González Soto,Ángel-Pío

School:Universitat Rovira i Virgili

School Location:Spain

Source Type:Master's Thesis

Keywords:departament de pedagogia

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Date of Publication:12/12/2008

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