Experiencias sobre el uso de eHealth en Educación para la Salud, Gestación y Primera Infancia: Una revisión bibliográfica

Benjamin Nielsen Guzmán

Resumen


Este artículo tiene por objetivo dar a conocer los principales aportes y recomendaciones que resultan de una revisión bibliográfica realizada en el contexto del diseño de un dispositivo de eHealth orientado a temas de educación y salud pública en gestación y primera infancia. En una primera parte, el artículo busca retratar el estado del arte con respecto al diseño, implementación y evaluación de dispositivos de eHealth en educación para la salud, por medio de la presentación detallada de las experiencias reportadas por una serie de estudios seleccionados. La exposición de dichas experiencias busca dar a conocer las múltiples consideraciones teóricas y metodológicas que se han ido registrando últimamente en este campo, tanto a nivel nacional como internacional, llegando más específicamente a profundizar en intervenciones en gestación y primera infancia, pensando particularmente en el contexto de América Latina. En segundo lugar, y a modo de conclusión, se hace un intento por recoger y sintetizar los aportes de la literatura revisada por medio de la propuesta de una serie de claves prácticas que buscan guiar el diseño, evaluación e implementación de futuras intervenciones de eHealth en educación en salud, orientadas particularmente al trabajo en gestación y primera infancia en Latinoamérica


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