A PARTICIPAÇÃO DO PACIENTE NA EDUCAÇÃO MÉDICA: REFLEXÕES SOBRE DISCURSOS E EXPERIÊNCIAS NO REINO UNIDO

Sara Donetto

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Este artigo faz uma revisão geral e levanta questões sobre os discursos dominantes da participação do paciente na educação médica no Reino Unido. Chamando atenção para as dimensões negligenciadas de práticas participativas na pesquisa e pedagogia da educação médica, a discussão dos autores aponta as seguintes questões: quem é o “paciente” nestas práticas de participação? A participação aborda questões relacionadas à epistemologia médica? Os autores sugerem que estas questões deveriam ser centrais para qualquer desenvolvimento na pesquisa e prática em educação médica para abordagens da atenção centradas no paciente e nas relações com pacientes para assim serem traduzidas através de uma retórica política, para a prática clínica do cotidiano.

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Educação médica; Participação do paciente no ensino médico; Relação médico-paciente; Reino Unido

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