Abstract
THE INVESTIGATION OF PHYSIOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE AND FIRST AID APPLIED TO THE CURRICULAR GRID OF PREHOSPITAL CARE IN PHYSICAL EDUCATION COURSES IN BELÉM-PA, BRAZIL, EASTERN AMAZON

Flávio Luiz Fonseca de Almeida Moraes Júnior, Matheus Pinheiro, Daniele Salgado de Sousa, Rebeson Moraes da Silva, Márcio Basyches and *Vitor Hugo Auzier Lima

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The present study aims to analyze the degree of knowledge about physiology and first aid applied to the prehospital care of the graduating students of the physical education course of the main colleges of the metropolitan area of Belém. Three educational institutions were selected, two public and one private, Thus totaling a sample of 36 students. In order to analyze students' knowledge, a questionnaire with 25 objective questions of knowledge about human physiology and first aid used in prehospital care protocols was performed, the results were treated in Microsoft Excel and transformed into a table for a better understanding. Having as main result the analysis almost 70% of the graduates of the public college 1 did not know the discipline in its curriculum, which shows ignorance of the curricular grid of the course itself. As it was shown that the graduates of the 2 public colleges of this study presented better performance when evaluated the theoretical knowledge about emergency and emergency care. Demonstrating the concern to obtain knowledge during graduation by attending courses related to the subject, participating in training courses, or in a commitment to learn alone in books and the internet. And yet the students of the Faculties evaluated have been able to make correlations between physiology and first aid in more than 50% of the time. Faculty published 2 presented the best average of correct answers (74%) during the evaluation of this knowledge, even though it did not have an exclusive discipline of physiology applied to first aid in its curriculum. It can be concluded that the students of the 2 public schools in Belém are prepared to act in an emergency situation, but all the interviewees need to be constantly updated over time, and it was also suggested to reengineer the physical education courses of Belém in order to include specific disciplines of applied physiology to the prehospital care or interdisciplinary ones that mixes expertise in prehospital care and applied physiology, in order to change the paradigm of the action of the physical educator through emergency and emergency actions in Belem from Pará.

Keywords: Applied physiology, First aid, Prehospital care, and Physical education.


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