Health Education Intervention on First Aid in School: Integrative Review

  • Nelson Miguel Galindo Neto Pernambuco Federal Institute
  • Juliana de Castro Nunes Pereira Pernambuco Federal Institute
  • Marcela Lourene Correia Muniz Pernambuco Federal Institute
  • Danielli Gavião Mallmann University Hospital. Juiz de Fora Federal University
  • Nayana Maria Gomes de Souza Ceará Federal University
  • Maria Fabiana de Sena Neri Ceará Federal University
  • Ana Maria Ribeiro dos Santos Piauí Ferderal University
  • Guilherme Guarino de Moura Sá Bom Jesus Techical School. Piauí Federal University
  • Khelyane Mesquita de Carvalho Bom Jesus Techical School. Piauí Federal University
  • Josueida de Carvalho Sousa Pernambuco Federal University
  • Telma Marques da Silva Pernambuco Federal University
  • Eliane Maria Ribeiro de Vasconcelos Pernambuco Federal University

Abstract

Objective: To analyze the scientific evidence related to health education interventions on first aid in school. Method: Integrative review performed by searching publications in the LILACS, MEDLINE and CINAHL databases and the Cochrane library using the keywords: Schools, First Aid and Emergencies. Results: Six studies were selected in which it was found that educational interventions on first aid were held with various publics at school. The activities performed with the teachers were present in two studies that found an improved knowledge on the subject. Conclusion: The findings reflect the need of preparation for first aid in school and of studies on the subject, in order to subside an evidence-based practice to the professionals performing educational activities in this context.
Published
Jul 21, 2016
How to Cite
GALINDO NETO, Nelson Miguel et al. Health Education Intervention on First Aid in School: Integrative Review. International Archives of Medicine, [S.l.], v. 9, july 2016. ISSN 1755-7682. Available at: <http://imed.pub/ojs/index.php/iam/article/view/1733>. Date accessed: 20 nov. 2017. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.3823/2015.
Section
Nursing

Keywords

Health education; First aid; Schools; Emergencies.