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Archivos Venezolanos de Farmacologia y Terapeutica ; 41(6):448-454, 2022.
Article in English | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-2090731


The objective of this research was to analyze the sociodemo-graphic variables associated with the digital skills of university teachers in the Peruvian Amazon during the COVID-19 pandemic. The approach was quantitative, the design was non-experimental and the type was cross-sectional comparative descriptive. The sample consisted of 167 teachers from 3 universities to whom the Digital Teaching Competence Questionnaire was applied, an instrument with adequate metric properties (validity based on content and reliability). According to the results, the digital skills of 55.7% of university teachers are developed, 40.7% are partially developed and 3.6% are poorly developed. Similarly, it was determined that some sociodemographic variables such as age group and area of knowledge were significantly associated with the level of development of digital skills (p<0.05). It was concluded that university teachers were characterized by having digital skills developed in the post-pandemic context, which were more favorable in younger teachers and whose area of knowledge was Engineering and Architecture. Copyright © 2022, Venezuelan Society of Pharmacology and Clinical and Therapeutic Pharmacology. All rights reserved.

Archivos Venezolanos de Farmacologia y Terapeutica ; 41(4):226-233, 2022.
Article in Spanish | EMBASE | ID: covidwho-1997972


The COVID-19 pandemic and the accelerated spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus have caused governments to decree mandatory social isolation in many countries, causing people to change their habits, among which the time spent on the Internet stands out. Although the Internet has provided valuable opportunities in scientific, communicative, and social aspects of society, it’s inappropriate and extreme use, mostly for recreational purposes, is a serious threat to the health and well-being of the population, especially children. youths. Therefore, this research aimed to analyze internet addiction (IA) in undergraduate students at a private Peruvian university during the COVID-19 pandemic. The approach was quan titative, the design was non-experimental, and the type was descriptive of transectional cut. The sample consisted of 265 students and the instrument used for data collection was the Lima Internet Addiction Scale, which had adequate validity and reliability. The results indicate that 43.4% of the students presented moderate levels of IA, characterized mainly by the fact that they spent more time on the Internet than they intended, after having disconnected they felt that they wanted to continue connected to the Internet and they came to have problems in the university for such conduct. It was concluded that the predominant level of IA in students was moderate and that some sociodemographic and academic variables such as gender, age group, connection time, as well as previous academic performance were significantly associated with the said disorder (p<0.05).