Use of Social Networks for Data Collection in Scientific Productions in the Health Area: Integrative Literature Review

Ellen Thallita Hill Araújo, Camila Aparecida Pinheiro Landim Almeida, Jaiana Rocha Vaz, Edilane Jales Leite Magalhães, Carlos Henrique Lima Alcantara, Eliana Campêlo Lago

Resumen


Uso de redes sociales para recolección de datos en producciones científicas en el área de la salud: revisión integrativa de la literatura

Utilização de redes sociais para coleta de dados em produções científicas na área da saúde: revisão integrativa da literatura

Objetivo: investigar las evidencias del uso de redes sociales para recolectar datos en producciones científicas en el área de salud. Material y método: una revisión integrativa de la literatura a partir de estudios primarios indexados en las plataformas SciELO, PubMed, LILACS, Scopus y Web of Science. Resultados: se seleccionaron 16 artículos científicos, de los cuales nueve se centraron en el uso de WhatsApp; cinco, en el uso de Facebook; y dos, en empleo de Twitter para recolectar datos en producciones científicas. Hubo crecimiento en el número de investigaciones asociadas al uso de redes sociales, aunque aún existe un gran paradigma relacionado a su uso para generar evidencia científica, lo que resulta en un número aún reducido de investigaciones en esta temática. Conclusiones: el área de la salud necesita acercarse cada vez más al desarrollo de investigaciones asociadas a las redes sociales, pues esto posibilitaría una intervención viable y rápida en la obtención de respuestas, además de ser una herramienta de bajo costo y bastante promisoria para la recolección de datos.

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Araujo ETHAlmeida CAPLVaz JRMagalhães EJLAlcantara CHLLago EC. Use of Social Networks for Data Collection in Scientific Productions in the Health Area: Integrative Literature Review. Aquichan 2019; 19(2): e1924. DOI: 10.5294/aqui.2019.19.2.4

Received: 06/10/2018

Approbed: 01/03/2019


Palabras clave


Red social; recolección de datos; estadística & datos numéricos; enfermería; salud; artículo; SciELO; PubMed; LILACS; Scopus; Web of Science; WhatsApp; Facebook; Twitter

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