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Implementation of COVID-19 telemonitoring: repercussions in nursing academic education




Nursing, Primary Health Care, Nursing care, Coronavirus infections, Telemonitoring, Pandemics


Objective: To report the repercussions of the implementation COVID-19 confirmed and suspected cases monitoring in nursing academic education.
Method: Report the experience, descriptive, lived by 14 students and 4 professors from a nursing course located in the South of Brazil, in the monitoring of COVID-19 cases throughout June and August, 2020.
Results: Monitoring was made by phone to the users, and it provided repercussions on academic education in the following dimensions: assistance, managerial, educational and investigative. Such dimensions fostering teaching-service integration and providing opportunities for the development of work tools that promotes acess to services and the qualification of nurses’ clinical practice.
Final considerations: Monitoring reinforced the importance of nurses technological and technical-scientific development, focusing on the use of new devices for monitoring and supporting users, seeking to promote integral health.


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