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The use of digital technologies in education and health promotion against covid 19 in institutionalized elderly

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Janaisa Gomes Dias de Oliveira, Ilma Rodrigues de Souza Fausto, Flavia Joziane Pereira da Motta, Edivânia Floro Nicácio Almeida, Fabiana Rodrigues Leta, Ruth Maria Mariani Braz, Sergio Crespo Coelho da Silva Pinto and Robisom Damasceno Calado
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According to official data from the Ministry of Health, at the same time, the number of cases and deaths increased worldwide. Since then, several initiatives have been developed in order to contain the contagion, prioritizing people considered to be at risk, such as the elderly. In view of this, isolation was adopted by several sectors. In view of this, the elderly had the eagerness to communicate with the family, the outside environment, promoted new attitudes in favor of information, contacts, news activities, that is, means that allowed solving of daily living. In this way, the elderly who had some kind of knowledge about technology, they could have access to several opportunities to reduce the effects of social isolation, whether for a video call, as well as conducting online searches in search of movies, or even for virtual mall. This article aims to study the use of Digital Technologies in Education and Health Promotion in the face of COVID 19 in institutionalized elderly. The research is an integrative literature review. The selection took place through reading titles, abstracts and, when necessary, the full reading of texts as a way of selecting them according to the inclusion and exclusion criteria. During this phase, the researchers critically and independently evaluated the full articles and made the appropriate selections. It was concluded that resources are present in the life of all technological possibilities increasingly within reach, and the positive impact they can cause to the elderly is impressive, because from them isolation can become less aggressive. However, the elderly are the age group with the lowest participation in the digital world. The results in relation to technology users were positive in the cases mentioned in the survey. Technology helps seniors to stay mentally active, which can bring a sense of well-being, such as talking to other people, reading, playing games, staying informed.

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