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2018 ene-abr; 36(1): 88-98

Recibido: 29/03/2017
Aceptado: 22/03/2018

Estratégias lúdicas utilizadas em enfermagem - Uma revisão integrativa

Carla Sílvia Neves da Nova Fernandes,* Margareth Ângelo**
*Escola Superior de Saúde da Universidade Fernando Pessoa, Portugal. Doutora em Ciências de Enfermagem. Professora auxiliar na Escola Superior de Saúde da Universidade Fernando Pessoa, Porto, Portugal. **Escola de Enfermagem da Universidade de São Paulo, Brasil. Doutora em Ciências. Professora titular no Departamento de Enfermagem Materno-Infantil e Psiquiátrica, Escola de Enfermagem, Universidade de São Paulo, São Paulo, Brasil.

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Fernandes, Carla Sílvia Neves da Nova; Ângelo, Margareth. Estratégias lúdicas utilizadas em enfermagem - Uma revisão integrativa. Avances en Enfemería. 2018 ene-abr, 36(1). En: <http://www.index-f.com/rae/361/36188.php> Consultado el

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Objetivo: identificar e analisar o conhecimento produzido na literatura científica sobre a utilização de jogos na formação em enfermagem. Síntese do conteúdo: trata-se de uma revisão integrativa de literatura, realizada no motor de busca Scopus®, por meio de descritores específicos redigidos em português e inglês, e publicados entre 2010 e 2016. Dos 58 artigos encontrados, foram integrados 10, o que permitiu identificar divergências e convergências, possibilitando o agrupamento por quatro áreas temáticas: tipologia de jogo, áreas temáticas do jogo, âmbito de aplicação dos jogos e metodologias de avaliação da estratégia. Conclusões: os resultados evidenciam a maior utilização dessa estratégia na formação para enfermeiros, ao nível da graduação. São encontradas algumas lacunas no âmbito dos mecanismos de avaliação dessas estratégias. Sugere-se a continuidade de estudos sobre o impacto dos jogos no cuidado.
Palavras chave: Jogos e Brinquedos/ Educação em Enfermagem/ Enfermagem.
 

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Estrategias lúdicas utilizadas en enfermería - Una revisión integradora

Objetivo: identificar y analizar el conocimiento producido en la literatura científica sobre la utilización de juegos en la formación en enfermería. Síntesis de contenido:se trata de una revisión de la literatura realizada en el motor de búsqueda Scopus®, usando descriptores específicos en portugués e inglés, y publicados entre el 2010 y el 2016. De los 58 artículos, se seleccionaron 10, lo que ha permitido identificar diferencias y convergencias, posibilitando la agrupación por cuatro áreas temáticas: tipología de juego, áreas temáticas del juego, ámbito de aplicación de los juegos y metodologías de evaluación de la estrategia. Conclusiones: los resultados evidencian la mayor utilización de esta estrategia en la formación para enfermeros, a nivel de pregrado. Se encuentran algunos vacíos en el marco de los mecanismos de evaluación de estas estrategias. Se sugiere la continuidad de estudios sobre el impacto de los juegos en el cuidado.
Palabras clave: Juego e Implementos de Juego/ Educación en Enfermería/ Enfermería.
 

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Games-playing strategies used in nursing - An integrative review

Objective: to select and analyse the knowledge of the use of games in training nurses found in the scientific literature. Synthesis of content: this is an integrative review of the studies of the subject published between 2010 and 2016, found through the SCOPUS® search engine with the use of specific descriptors in Portuguese and English. Of the 58 articles which were found, 10 were selected, which allowed for the determination of commons themes and differences: they were then grouped into four broad areas, specifically: games typology, the thematic focus of the game, the scope of game and the methodologies for evaluating the strategy. Conclusions: the results show that this strategy for training nurses is mostly used at the undergraduate level. There are some shortcomings in the scope of the mechanisms used for the evaluation of these strategies. It is suggested that studies of the impact of games-playing on health care should be extended.
Key-words: Play and playthings/ Education Nursing/ Nursing.
 

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