O uso da tecnologia móvel na assistência ao aleitamento materno: a experiência de profissionais brasileiros do IBCLC

Authors

  • Carolina Maria de Sá Guimarães
  • Daniela do Carmo Oliveira Mendes
  • Tatiane Marçal Silva Cardoso
  • Juliana Cristina dos Santos Monteiro

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.55905/oelv22n3-005

Keywords:

aleitamento materno, tecnologia sem fio, equipe de saúde, E-saúde, consultor

Abstract

Objetivo: Conhecer a experiência do uso das tecnologias móveis por profissionais de saúde que prestam assistência à mulher no período do aleitamento materno. Metodologia: Estudo qualitativo realizado com profissionais certificados como Consultores Internacionais em Aleitamento Materno, participantes de uma entrevista sobre sua rotina com as tecnologias móveis na assistência. Resultados: Apresenta-se a relação dos profissionais com as tecnologias móveis existentes, enfocando a comunicação e a falta de hábito com a tecnologia; a tecnologia como apoio no cuidado à amamentação, reduzindo custos e aumentando o tempo de atendimento; e as funcionalidades que contribuem para o atendimento, como fotos e vídeos. Considerações finais: O uso da tecnologia pelos profissionais é uma ferramenta de apoio contínuo às mulheres que amamentam, melhorando os resultados da prática do aleitamento materno.

 

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Published

2024-03-01

How to Cite

Guimarães, C. M. de S., Mendes, D. do C. O., Cardoso, T. M. S., & Monteiro, J. C. dos S. (2024). O uso da tecnologia móvel na assistência ao aleitamento materno: a experiência de profissionais brasileiros do IBCLC. OBSERVATÓRIO DE LA ECONOMÍA LATINOAMERICANA, 22(3), e3560. https://doi.org/10.55905/oelv22n3-005

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