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Title in Portuguese: Evaluation of educational videos produced in Brazil about infant diarrhea : a documental study
Author: Nascimento, Ludmila Alves do
Joventino, Emanuella Silva
Andrade, Lucilande Cordeiro de Oliveira
Gomes, Ana Lúcia Araújo
Ximenes, Lorena Barbosa
Keywords: Diarreia Infantil
Saúde da Criança
Issue Date: Sep-2014
Publisher: Online Brazilian Journal of Nursing
Citation: NASCIMENTO, L. A. et al. Evaluation of educational videos produced in Brazil about infant diarrhea : a documental study. Online Brazilian Journal of Nursing, v. 13, n. 3, p. 311-20, set. 2014.
Abstract: Aim: to characterize and evaluate educational videos produced in Brazil that deal with the aspects related to the prevention and/or management of infant diarrhea. Method: this is a documental study which evaluated 25 educational videos in terms of their content and the technical information they contained. Results: it was observed that 60% of the videos were produced in the 1990s and none were adapted for the hearing-impaired. With regard to their pathological preventive steps, 52% mentioned the treatment of drinkable water, and 48% mentioned the washing of hands. Breastfeeding was mentioned in 80% of the videos as a protective measure against the aggravation of the health issue. Maternal self-efficiency to prevent infant diarrhea was present in 28% of the sample. The production of the videos analyzed occurred mainly during the 1990s, due to an intense movement to reduce significantly infant mortality in Brazil at that time. Conclusion: the need to produce new videos related to the topic, including self-efficiency within the context of the prevention of infant diarrhea was confirmed.
metadata.dc.type: Artigo de Periódico
ISSN: 1676-4285 On line
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