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Approach of humanization in academic undergraduate courses in the area of health UNOCHAPECÓ – Evaluation of Pedagogical Course Plans

Author(s): Paula Zeni | Luiz Roberto Agea Cutolo

Journal: Saúde & Transformação Social
ISSN 2178-7085

Volume: 2;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 88;
Date: 2011;
Original page

Keywords: curriculum | competence | humanization.

The understanding of the Other as an integral and human being, with aspirations, feelings and desires, having the profession based on responsible, committed and humanized postures, is a theme that invades the scientific areas of health. Considering that these elements are intertwined, it is necessary to understand what theory gives them basis and how they are approached in the undergraduate courses so that they become attitudes and postures. It is necessary to comprehend the curricular bases of the courses in the area of health: how these bases contribute to the development of competences related to the attitudes of humanization. The objective of the research was to identify references in the pedagogical undergraduate course plans in the area of health at UNOCHAPECÓ, the attitudinal competence of humanization, the methodology to develop it among the undergraduates, the presence of such a competence in the graduate´s profile and its forms of evaluation, correlating this with the National Curricular Guideline. The methodology used was the documental analysis. This is a descriptive exploratory research with a qualitative approach. Due to the research, it was possible to verify that all PCP´s wish to produce a humanist professional; in spite of that, the only course to describe methodological possibilities to reach this objective and the evaluation in the process was the Medical undergraduate course. The study analyzed how the term “humanization” is described in the PCP´s of the undergraduate courses in the area of health. It is necessary to deepen the research and try to indentify the application of the PCP in the courses´ routine. The study considers valid to propose reformulations in the PCP´s of the following undergraduate courses: Dentistry, Physiotherapy, Nutrition, Nursing and Physical Education at UNOCHAPECÓ, in order to adjust the general objective and also to construe methodologies for the development of humanized attitudes and their evaluation.
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