Búsqueda en PubMed

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Búsqueda en PubMed

  1. 1. Clara López Godoy “¿Qué aportan a la docencia y al aprendizaje en enfermería la utilización de los blogs y las wikis?”
  2. 2. Es importante conocer la lengua inglesa para realizar búsquedas en PubMed. No obstante, si hay algún término específico que no conozcamos haremos uso de DeCS, una herramienta muy útil que nos proporciona la biblioteca virtual en salud:
  3. 3. “(blog OR “web 2.0” OR wiki*) contribut* (teach* OR learn*)”
  4. 4. “(blog OR “web 2.0” OR wiki*) contribut* (teach* OR learn*) nurs*”
  5. 5. “(blog OR “web 2.0” OR wiki*) (teach* OR learn*) nurs*”
  6. 6. Primero seleccionamos las publicaciones que nos interesan:
  7. 7. 1. Green J, Wyllie A, Jackson D. Social networking for nurse education: Possibilities, perils and pitfalls. Contemp Nurse. 2014 Mar 11. 2. Morley DA. Supporting student nurses in practice with additional online communication tools. Nurse Educ Pract. 2014 Jan;14(1):69-75. 3. Schmitt TL, Sims-Giddens SS, Booth RG. Social media use in nursing education. Online J Issues Nurs. 2012 Sep 30;17(3):2. 4. Shellenbarger T, Robb M. Pinstructive ideas: Using a social networking bulletin board for nursing education. Nurse Educ. 2013 Sep-Oct;38(5):206-9. 5. Stutsky BJ, Spence Laschinger HK. Developing leadership practices in hospital-based nurse educators in an online learning community. Comput Inform Nurs. 2014 Jan;32(1):43- 9.

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