South Florida Journal of Health https://ojs.southfloridapublishing.com/ojs/index.php/jhea <p>The <strong>South Florida Journal of Health (SFJH)</strong> is a scientific dissemination body in the health field, covering the subareas of Biological Sciences, Physical Education, Physiotherapy and Occupational Therapy, Speech Therapy, Nursing, Pharmacy, Nutrition, Dentistry, Public Health, Medicine and its clinical specialties, Medicine and its surgical specialties, and other approaches in health and medicine. It is a<strong> quarterly publication</strong> aimed at disseminating knowledge in the health area through the publication of scientific articles presenting original contributions, both empirical and theoretical.</p> <p>Daniel Molina Botache is the editor-in-chief of the South Florida Journal of Health.</p> <p>ISSN: <strong>2675-5467</strong></p> <p>SFJH DOI Prefix: <strong>10.46981</strong></p> en-US [email protected] (Editorial team) [email protected] (Editorial team) Mon, 01 Jul 2024 11:44:46 +0000 OJS 3.3.0.13 http://blogs.law.harvard.edu/tech/rss 60 Behavior guidelines of university academics during the pandemic https://ojs.southfloridapublishing.com/ojs/index.php/jhea/article/view/4060 <p>The objective of this descriptive study aimed to identify the behavioral patterns of academics from a research institute in Mexico during the COVID-19 pandemic. The instrument used was a questionnaire validated before its application, and once corrections were made to the instrument, it was applied by digital means to a convenience sample made up of 22 academics from a research institute of the <em>Universidad Veracruzana </em>in Mexico. Some of the results found were: the academics highlighted some positive situations of their academic activity in the digital channel such as time savings, remote work, and the development of technological teaching-learning skills. Significant portion of academics felt sufficiently trained for digital interaction with their students, despite the fact that the majority of them did not receive emerging training to be able to face the needs of digital teaching. On the other hand, it was found that there were difficulties with online work, more time was spent at work and there was a greater workload, technological and interaction problems. Furthermore, the teachers identified that the students' decline in student performance.</p> Teresa de Jesus Pomposa Luna Dominguez, María Reyna Hernández Colorado, Mareza Hernández Sandoval, Luz María Gutiérrez Hernández, Abigael Xilot Sánchez, Alejandra Paola Reyes Juárez Copyright (c) 2024 https://ojs.southfloridapublishing.com/ojs/index.php/jhea/article/view/4060 Mon, 01 Jul 2024 00:00:00 +0000