AbstractThe Ministry of Health points fragmentation in the training of professionals who work in the Urgency and Emergency Care network, particularly in the mobile pre-hospital component, proposing the implementation of Education Nucleus in Urgency. Objective: to identify the educational activities developed by the core; describe how the professionals assess educational activities designed to upgrade; use permanent education in the process of updating the professionals in the urgency mobile call service. Method: a descriptive, exploratory study with a qualitative approach, like action research. Data collection takes place through semi-structured questionnaires and workshops with active methodologies. The information will be handled by a Bardin content analysis, and the concepts of the National Policy of Permanent Education interrelated to the theoretical Emerson Mehry. Results: the found facts will enable reflection on the importance of permanent education and its contribution to the process of updating the pre-hospital practices.
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