9º Congresso Mundial de Informação em Saúde e Bibliotecas

Salvador, Bahia - Brasil, 20 a 23 de setembro de 2005


4ª Reunião de Coordenação Regional da BVS

19 e 20 de setembro de 2005

P107 - HINARI scientific data base in a virtual classroom; peruvian experience

HINARI project model has shown at international level that you can use information and communication technologies to strengthen the system of public health and also the great support in the preclinical sciences in the universities where you this forming the professional future in sciences of the health. 
The challenge of improving the flow of information in opportune, pertinent, and reliable health remained, however, it developed a strategy to carry out and to evaluate a series of model projects to understand well and to satisfy those necessities, like a base especially for expansion in our countries in development. HINARI puts on emphasis in the application of diverse tools for the virtual learning (E-learning) and for the search of outstanding information and to achieve the abilities of the students knowledge. 
To guarantee these ends, from the procedure of application of surveys to the new conditions of the context educational university. The experience in the University Ricardo Palma, in order to evaluate the correct use of the & quot;Virtual Classroom & quot; and the connection to HINARI, especially of the first years, achieving the use self-sufficiency with small tutors the use grade and likewise to achieve the abilities of the student ones with the remote access, it has been opportune and satisfactory regarding advantages of HINARI in front of the traditional reprints, practical in the administration of the biomedical knowledge.