Compromiso y capacitación en innovación docente del profesorado universitario en Ciencias de la Salud

  1. Elena Díaz Ereño 1
  2. Urtza Garay Ruiz
  3. Mirari Ayerbe Díaz
  4. Iker Ros-Martínez de la Hidalga
  5. Mikel Garmendia Mujika
  1. 1 Facultad de Medicina y Enfermería
FEM. Revista de la Fundación Educación Médica

ISSN: 2014-9832 2014-9840

Year of publication: 2021

Volume: 24

Issue: 1

Pages: 29-32

Type: Article

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ntroduction. The Bologna Declaration and the convergence towards the EHEA meant the adaptation of University Education, which contributed to the approval of the IKD pedagogical model of the UPV/EHU, currently the IKDi3 strategy and the development of specific teacher training.Methods. Semi-quantitative descriptive analysis of the participation of teachers from the Faculty of Medicine and Nursing (FME) in teacher training offered by SAE-HELAZ during the period 200-2020. The variables were participation, training action and organizational unity. Results. There is participation in all programs. The activity in FOPU stands out from other training actions (92.9%). There are differences in the participation of departments, highlighting Nursing I (21.30%), Cell Biology and Histology (17.27%), Physiology (15.60%) and Neurosciences (14.81%). We observe a diversity of common commitment and training. The trajectory of some teachers is noteworthy, which suggests that they guarantee change and take on new challenges. Conclusions. Although there are important differences in teacher training by department, the main finding is that a large group of teachers, more often women, have been active participants in the training programs. These teachers contribute to teaching innovation in the health branches. However, there is a need to join efforts in coordinating teachers for their training and effective and efficient implementation of the new IKDi3 strategy.