Dominios de competencias básicas para la inclusión del enfoque

Una Salud en el diseño curricular de medicina veterinaria

Autores/as

  • Antonio E. Felipe Facultad de Ciencias Veterinarias, Universidad Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de Buenos Aires
  • María Laura Chiapparrone Facultad de Ciencias Veterinarias, Universidad Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de Buenos Aires
  • Andrea Caselli Facultad de Ciencias Veterinarias, Universidad Nacional del Centro de la Provincia de Buenos Aires

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.14409/favecv.2023.22.e0020

Palabras clave:

ciencias veterinarias, competencias, Una Salud, dominios, subdominios

Resumen

Una amplia diversidad de organizaciones a nivel internacional se ha abocado a identificar los conocimientos, las capacidades, las habilidades y las actitudes que puedan considerarse fundamentales para que las personas contribuyan con éxito a los esfuerzos que requiere mirar nuestro planeta desde el enfoque de Una Salud. Este enfoque integrado, interdisciplinario, multisectorial y preventivo para proteger la salud humana, animal y ambiental lleva a considerar el desarrollo de competencias para la construcción de una identidad profesional integral. El objetivo de este trabajo es efectuar una revisión de las propuestas de competencias con enfoque Una Salud en el campo de la educación veterinaria. Los resultados obtenidos indican un consenso internacional en torno a dominios básicos o centrales de competencias Una Salud, denominados: Gestión, comunicación e informática, valores y ética, cultura, creencias y género, liderazgo, trabajo en equipo, colaboración y asociación, responsabilidad, pensamiento sistémico, políticas, promoción e investigación. Los países africanos incorporan género cultura y creencias, y los dominios: política y promoción e investigación. Para los dominios se proponen subdominios y ejemplos. Tanto las competencias como los atributos personales promovidos por el enfoque Una Salud, orientan la construcción integral de la identidad profesional.

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09/22/2023

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Felipe, A. E., Chiapparrone, M. L., & Caselli, A. (2023). Dominios de competencias básicas para la inclusión del enfoque: Una Salud en el diseño curricular de medicina veterinaria. FAVE Sección Ciencias Veterinarias, (22), e0020. https://doi.org/10.14409/favecv.2023.22.e0020

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Investigación educativa