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LIRA DOURADO, João Víctor et al. Technologies for health education with adolescents: An integrative review. av.enferm. [online]. 2021, vol.39, n.2, pp.235-254.  Epub Aug 18, 2021. ISSN 0121-4500.


To identify technologies for health education with adolescents in national and international literature.

Content synthesis:

Most studies available in the literature were carried out by nursing professionals during the period 1999-2018, with a prevalence of qualitative and methodological studies. A broad diversity of technologies was developed for health education with adolescents, thus enabling changes in health promotion paradigms. There was a predominance of electronic tools, followed by printed materials and educational workshops. Most of the topics addressed were sexuality, sexually transmitted infections, human immunodeficiency virus, and the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome.


Technologies have been presented as tools that harness teaching-learning processes among adolescents.

Keywords : Adolescent; Health Education; Technology; Health Promotion; Nursing (source: DeCS, BIREME).

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