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Educación Médica Superior

versión On-line ISSN 1561-2902


GOMEZ RAMIREZ, Esperanza; ORDONEZ HERNANDEZ, Cecilia Andrea; CALVO SOTO, Andrea Patricia  y  PENA HERNANDEZ, Paula Andrea. Cultural consensus and experiences of advisory for the training practice of physiotherapy students from Cali. Educ Med Super [online]. 2020, vol.34, n.2  Epub 01-Jun-2020. ISSN 1561-2902.


The training practice is recognized as the space for students to articulate knowledge, capabilities and skills with the knowledge acquired at the basic levels. In this process, professorial advisory plays a very important role.


To identify cultural consensus and the experiences of university students about advisory of training practice in physiotherapy.


Qualitative study carried out with the participation of 70 students. Thirty-four of them, from the first semester of practice, were applied a free list of words to determine cultural consensus, while the other 36 students, enrolled the semester from eighth to tenth, were summoned to gather in discussion groups to know the experiences of advising about training practice. The data were analyzed using the cultural domains model and content analysis.


The cultural consensus about training practice in physiotherapy was based on the advisor's skills such as leadership, help, empathy and support, which they valued very positively. Meantime, advisory experiences in training practice were related to accompaniment, feedback and companionship of the advisers, poorly valued.


Leadership, empathy and support are recognized as the main competences of a training practice advisor. Accompaniment and feedback during the practice must allow the development of skills and capabilities typical of the profession, in an exercise of collective construction between advisor and student.

Palabras clave : education; culture; student; perception; teaching; professional learning.

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