SCAPE ROOM AS A SENSITIZATION AND EDUCATION STRATEGY ABOUT PRESSURE INJURY PREVENTION

Authors

  • Aline Oliveira Ramalho Hospital Sírio Libanês – São Paulo/SP, Brazil |Universidade de São Paulo, Escola de Enfermagem − São Paulo/SP, Brazil. https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6065-5488
  • Julia Drummond de Camargo Hospital Sírio Libanês – São Paulo/SP, Brazil. https://orcid.org/0000-0001-7240-0781
  • Eliane Mazócoli Hospital Sírio Libanês – São Paulo/SP, Brazil.
  • Claudia Matias Rentes Barbosa Hospital Sírio Libanês – São Paulo/SP, Brazil.
  • Nilda Rosa Oliveira Prado Hospital Sírio Libanês – São Paulo/SP, Brazil.
  • Alessandra Marin Hospital Sírio Libanês – São Paulo/SP, Brazil.

Abstract

Objective: To report the experience of using the escape room as an educational and awareness strategy for the prevention of pressure injuries in the hospital context. Methods: This is an experience report about an activity developed in November 2021, with professionals from the multidisciplinary team of a large philanthropic hospital located in the metropolitan region of São Paulo (SP), Brazil. Results: The game was played as an educational strategy associated with other initiatives on the issue, during the annual pressure injury prevention campaign. Eighty-two professionals participated in the activity, including nurses, nursing technicians, nutritionists, and physiotherapists. A total of 57 participants (69.5%) managed to unravel the proposed puzzles and leave the escape room in the proposed time. The reaction evaluation showed a high level of satisfaction with the activity, in addition to numerous compliments on the chosen methodology, as well as the creativity in which the topic was approached and developed. Conclusion: The use of a methodology based on the interaction of the participants, such as escape rooms, associated with other educational activities seems to be interesting to promote learning and awareness about pressure injury prevention.

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Published

2022-07-30

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Ramalho AO, Drummond de Camargo J, Mazócoli E, Matias Rentes Barbosa C, Oliveira Prado NR, Marin A. SCAPE ROOM AS A SENSITIZATION AND EDUCATION STRATEGY ABOUT PRESSURE INJURY PREVENTION. ESTIMA [Internet]. 2022 Jul. 30 [cited 2022 Aug. 16];20. Available from: https://www.revistaestima.com.br/estima/article/view/1211

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