Roberto Pelayo Mosqueira Moreno, Susan Míriam Oblitas Guerrero, Jorge Luis Mosqueira Moreno, Flor Delicia Heredia Llatas

DOI: 10.59427/rcli/2023/v23cs.1629-1637

Digital skills in medical personnel are still deficient, but in clear development towards change; There are doctors with high technological skills, others with a low level and many with significant levels of digital conflict. The objective of this article was to determine digital competencies (CD) for e-Health in medical personnel; The research corresponds to a systematic review of the bibliography where information is collected through the search for articles in six data sources such as: Scopus, ScienceDirect, Proquest, Google Scholar, Elsevier and Scielo. Of the 1554 articles collected, 37 of them were selected, according to the search criteria, in the period between 2018 and 2023. The determined ones refer to the fact that digital competencies in doctors are in a transition without going back, in where technological change is a synonym of low efficiency and poor adaptation to the new processes that must be implemented from university teaching in health sciences.

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