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DEL RIO PEREZ, Onnis; FERNANDEZ DUHARTE, Jesús  and  GONZALEZ PURON, Mariblanca. Professional growth for the development of a pedagogical culture in the teaching nursing staff. MEDISAN [online]. 2023, vol.27, n.5  Epub Oct 31, 2023. ISSN 1029-3019.

Changes in medical education demand efficient professionals in their teaching. In this sense, education in the nursing career must be exercised with a broad pedagogical culture, which is achieved through academic growth that prepares the individual to be flexible in dealing with constant social, institutional and curricular variations. The epistemological referents on this subject reveal a limited systematization of such improvement in nursing teachers with respect to the development of their teacher training. This article briefly outlines the stages of the development of the growth, as well as the inadequacies that were presented in each one of them. Finally, some elements of professional development and pedagogical culture are described, which argue the transcendence of both in the formative process of nursing teachers.

Keywords : nursing; nursing graduate education; nursing teachers; professional training.

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