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Online Brazilian Journal of Nursing

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.

  • Risk factors related to obesity in adolescents in the face of the COVID-19 pandemic: a scoping review
    por João Cruz Neto el mayo 16, 2022 a las 12:00 am

    Objective: to map the scientific evidence linking the risks of developing obesity in adolescents during the COVID-19 pandemic. Method: a scoping review as recommended by the Joanna Briggs Institute. The guiding question was as follows: What scientific evidence relates the risks of developing obesity in adolescents during the COVID-19 pandemic? The searches were carried out in five databases and in another three sources from the gray literature. Thus, 12 studies comprised the final sample. Results: the risk factors related to the development of obesity among adolescents during the COVID-19 pandemic are physical inactivity in daily living, fragility in psychological care, difficulty in nutritional education, and lack of body and complementary care measures. Conclusion: the risks related to adolescents' health during the COVID-19 pandemic are modifiable and Nursing plays an essential role for health promotion, disease prevention and encouraging the adoption of healthy habits.

  • Educational technologies in blended learning
    por Alessandra Conceição Leite Funchal Camacho el marzo 16, 2022 a las 12:00 am

    During the COVID-19 Pandemic, educational technologies became essential tools in academic teaching foster new communication, knowledge exchange, and learning. In this reality, teachers envisioned new teaching-learning forms, reflecting on strengthening teaching as a mediator of knowledge and student autonomy

  • Accessibility for deaf persons to information on COVID-19 in the government´s official channels
    por Thalita da Rocha Marandola el febrero 21, 2022 a las 12:00 am

    Objective: To identify possibilities/conditions for deaf persons to access information related to the coronavirus pandemic available at the YouTube platform. Method: Descriptive-exploratory study analyzed vídeos available in the government´s oficial sites from March 2020 to March 2021. The research was centered on indicative aspects of accessibility in the communication (text captions and/or LIBRAS interpreter) in audio-visual contents. Results: Out of the 2.577 videos analyzed, some 60% presented partial accessibility (LIBRAS or text captions); about 30% offered no accessibility at all; and 9.8% offered text captions + LIBRAS. Therefore, the result proved low percentage of records of the expected condition for accessibility in communication (the presence of text captions and LIBRAS), as opposed to the high number of videos with no accessibility. Conclusions: Audio-visual resources are critical for the communication of deaf persons, and adequate conditions favor the access to information provided in video platforms. The theme is relevant, yet not...

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