Blended learning in permanent education of nursing professionals about smoking cessation
Keywords:Tobacco use disorder, Education, Education, nursing, continuing, Education, distance
Objective: To develop and validate the content of an educational intervention on smoking cessation for nursing professionals using a blended learning approach.
Method: Development and validation study by consensus of specialists from the “Smoking Cessation” course for nursing professionals on approaches to the smoking patient conducted in 2018. For refinement and validation of the final content, a convenience sample was made up of 12 professionals with expertise in the subject and considered 80% consensus among the participants.
Results: The construction of the course involved the choice of subjects, production and content validation. As a teaching strategy, a blended learning was used, which has an interactive online stage and a face-to-face meeting to discuss concepts and exchange experiences.
Conclusion: The course using a blended learning method proved to be innovative, low cost and with a great capacity for disseminating knowledge, being an important ally to permanent health education.
Keywords: Tobacco use disorder. Education, nursing, continuing. Education, distance.
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