Comparison of Multimodal Strategies to Enhance Recognition of Child Development Milestones among Childcare Providers during a Virtual or In-person Conference

Comparación de estrategias multimodales para mejorar el reconocimiento de los hitos del desarrollo infantil entre los proveedores de servicios de guardería durante una conferencia virtual o presencial

Comparação de estratégias multimodais para melhorar o reconhecimento de indicadores de desenvolvimento infantil entre o pessoal encargado do cuidado das crianças durante conferência virtual ou presencial

  • José Livia Universidad Nacional Federico Villarreal (Lima, Perú)
  • Blanca Lidia Márquez Miramontes Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez (Ciudad Juárez, México)
  • Rosalvina Campos Pérez Universidad Nacional Federico Villarreal (Lima, Perú)
  • Marie Leiner de la Cabada Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso (El Paso, United States)
Palabras clave: Comunicación, Barreras de comunicación, Desarrollo infantil, Conferencias de salud, Personal de guarderías, Virtual
Key-words: Communication, Communication barriers, Child development, Health conferences, Daycare providers, Virtual
Palavras chave: Comunicação, Barreiras de comunicação, Desenvolvimento infantil, Conferências de saúde, Pessoal de creches, Virtual

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Livia, José; Márquez Miramontes, Blanca Lidia; Campos Pérez, Rosalvina; Leiner de la Cabada, Marie. Comparación de estrategias multimodales para mejorar el reconocimiento de los hitos del desarrollo infantil entre los proveedores de servicios de guardería durante una conferencia virtual o presencial. Investigación en Enfermería: Imagen y Desarrollo. 2023; 25: 01-0. Disponible en: https://ciberindex.com/c/id/2502id [acceso: 23/02/2024]
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