A The diary of field as educational/reflective strategy in practice surgical nursing
Background: The field diary is a tool for the evaluation of student learning in areas of health, not only of the processes or procedures performed on patients but those integral aspects for personal training. Methods: Descriptive, qualitative study was conducted between 2018 and 2019 with 54 students of VII semester nursing program in the surgery department of a tertiary hospital in the city of Ibague, to whom he handed a format field diary to fill each day according to the daily allowance. The information was analyzed in ATLAS Ti software version 6. Results: the data were classified in a semantic network with 5 categories: Acquisition of skills and reinforcement of concepts, concept field practice, AutoCorrect, reflections of care, attitudes of teachers and health workers. Conclusions: Students believe that this tool is important to assess their practice and suggest it be used in other learning spaces can identify and describe the related aspects with not only the procedures but with aspects related to the practice field, accompaniment teachers, support staff service, among others.
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La información se analizó en software ATLAS Ti versión 6.