Online Brazilian Journal of Nursing
OBJN: Online Brazilian Journal of Nursing tem como objetivo a divulgação e discussão da produção acadêmica e científica. Trata-se de reconhecer a necessidade de coexistência entre as diferentes vertentes de investigação no campo da enfermagem, alimentando o debate constante como forma de incentivo à produção científica. Ao mesmo tempo, visa estimular o diálogo com diferentes áreas do conhecimento, cujos temas se relacionem ao campo da saúde.
Público da revista: Professores, Pesquisadores, Profissionais de saúde, Alunos de graduação e pós-graduação e áreas afins.
OBJN: Online Brazilian Journal of Nursing é uma publicação vinculada a Escola de Enfermagem Aurora de Afonso Costa da Universidade Federal Fluminense.
Classificação Qualis: B1
Editoras responsáveis: Ana Carla Dantas Cavalcanti e Paula Vanessa Peclat Flores.
- Ethical-legal dilemmas of nursing practice in emergencies and disasters: scoping review protocolpor Alex Coelho da Silva Duarte el marzo 27, 2023 a las 12:00 am
Objective: To map the ethical and legal dilemmas related to nursing practice in emergencies and disasters situations. Method: Protocol conducted from JBI methodology, using the extension of the PRISMA-ScR checklist. The search for the sources will be carried out in databases and portals of scientific information: LILACS, IBECS, BDENF, Elsevier, Embase and CINAHL, in addition to gray literature. The selection will take place by two reviewers, using Rayyan software. Disagreements will be dealt with by a third reviewer. The data extraction and synthesis will be guided by a form. In this sense, the following steps will be operationalized: Identification of research question; identification of relevant studies; selection of studies; data extraction separation, summarization and results report; dissemination of results. The final results will be presented in tables and narrative discussion. Revision record in the Open Science Framework: osf.io/zgpfw.
- Educational technologies on basic life support for adolescents: scoping review protocolpor Phellype Kayyaã da Luz el marzo 27, 2023 a las 12:00 am
Objective: to map the productions about educational technologies built to teach basic life support for adolescents. Method: Scope review protocol conducted based on the Joanna Briggs Institute methodology. Findings will be reported using the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic Reviews and Meta-Analyses extension for Scoping Reviews checklist extension. The protocol is in the Open Science Framework. The guiding question was elaborated based on the PCC acronym: Population (adolescents), Concept (educational technologies) and Context (basic life support). Three databases will be used via Virtual Health Library and four databases via the Journal Portal of the Coordination for the Improvement of Higher Education Personnel. Two independent reviewers will select the articles using the EndNote® and Rayyan® programs, obeying eligibility criteria. Google Scholar and references from primary studies will be consulted as additional strategies. The results will be presented in tables, flowchart and narrative discussion.
- Self-care for oral hygiene in adults and older adults in the field of nursing: a scoping review protocolpor Elaine de Oliveira Souza el marzo 26, 2023 a las 12:00 am
Objective: To map available evidence on the antecedents, attributes, and consequences of self-care for oral hygiene in adults and older adults in the nursing field. Method: The study will be conducted according to the Joanna Briggs Institute's methodology. As eligibility criteria, the population of adults and older adults, the concept of self-care for oral hygiene, and the context of nursing care environments will be used. In the search strategy, relevant words will be searched in the titles and abstracts, initially in two databases, which will help achieve the final search strategy for all databases, and, finally, the references of the included studies will be consulted. The databases consulted will be Medline/Pubmed, CINAHL, Scopus, LILACS, Web of Science (WOS), and IBECS. The grey literature search will include the CAPES thesis, dissertation bank, and OpenGrey database. The results will be reported according to the Preferred Reporting Items for Systematic reviews and Meta-Analyses extension for Scoping Reviews.
- Interventions for condom use by homeless adolescents: a systematic review protocolpor Miguel Henrique da Silva dos Santos el marzo 24, 2023 a las 12:00 am
Objective: To evaluate the effectiveness of health interventions for condom use among homeless adolescents. Method: A systematic review of randomized and non-randomized clinical trials, before-and-after controlled studies, cohort, and case-control studies will be conducted on interventions that contribute to the use of condoms by homeless adolescents without language restrictions. The searches will be carried out in databases and follow the Cochrane Guidelines and the PRISMA checklist. Results: We expect to identify studies that point to interventions related to the use of condoms and the reduction of STI/HIV/AIDS among homeless adolescents, aiming to contribute to the promotion of health and Brazilian public policies. Conclusion: This study is in progress, and the protocol is registered at PROSPERO under the code CRD42021266572.
- Nursing care to adult patient with chest drainage: scoping review protocolpor Elisiane Goveia da Silva el febrero 24, 2023 a las 12:00 am
Objective: to map nursing care employed to adult patients with chest drainage admitted to intensive care. Methods: scoping review to be conducted according to the Joanna Briggs Institute, with the following research question: “What are the nursing cares indicated to adult patients with chest drainage admitted to intensive care?” The search will be developed in five databases: Pubmed, Scopus, Embase, BVS and Web of Science, and the findings will be managed with the support of Rayyan software. Quantitative and qualitative studies, review articles, dissertations, theses, clinical guidelines and therapeutic protocols on the subject will be included, including gray literature. The total number of sources of evidence found and selected will be described. Through a narrative, the decision-making process of the inclusion of the studies will be detailed. The main findings must be described in line with the objective and the results related to the research question.