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COVID-19 evidences for all: development of a learning object in health teaching




Coronavirus infections, Pandemics., Computer communication networks, Health education, Evidence-based practice, Empowerment for health


Objective: Describe the development of a learning object focused on scientific evidence about COVID-19.
Method: Experience report on the production of a learning object based on the DADI web sites methodology, aimed at adults and children, built by nurses and academics from a Brazilian Federal University in 2020. Data collection in databases and reference organizations. Monitored performance through Google Analytics.
Results: Website created, “COVID-19 Evidence for All”, with intuitive design and didactic language aimed at three audiences: health professionals, adult population and children. In the first month after implementation, the site was accessed by 3,313 users, proving to be an efficient strategy for disseminating knowledge.
Conclusion: The development of the website involved professors, academics and Master's students in the production of educational material aimed at prevention, promotion and maintenance of health. The resource allows quick consultation of the best scientific evidence available to date.
Keywords: Coronavirus infections. Pandemics. Computer communication networks. Health education. Evidence-based practice. Empowerment for health.


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Motta, L. D. ., Freitas, A. A. de ., Júnior, R. X. J. ., Blatt, C. R. ., & Caregnato, R. C. A. . (2021). COVID-19 evidences for all: development of a learning object in health teaching. In SciELO Preprints.


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