Explorando o uso de aplicativos móveis para autogestão do tratamento em saúde mental: scoping review

Maria do Perpétuo Socorro de Sousa Nóbrega, Priscila Campos Tibúrcio, Mariana Coronato Fernandes, Carla Sílvia Neves da Nova Fernandes, Célia Samarina Vilaça de Brito Santos, Bruno Miguel Borges de Sousa Magalhães

Resumo


Objetivo: mapear a literatura científica produzida sobre aplicativos móveis para a autogestão do tratamento em saúde mental. Método: revisão de escopo realizada em cinco bases em português, inglês ou espanhol em novembro de 2020 com os descritores mental health, mental illness, mental disorder, psychiatric illness, mobile applications, app, self care, self management e self monitoring. Resultados: encontraram-se 46 artigos relacionados, em sua maioria, com desenvolvimento, eficácia, percepção dos usuários ou busca de aplicativos em lojas especializadas e com foco no automonitoramento do humor (13%) ou gestão de doenças mentais, em geral (23,9%). Conclusão: os estudos evidenciaram variedade e eficácia de aplicativos móveis para diferentes transtornos mentais. A construção de novos aplicativos para autogestão em SM deve ser sustentada em evidências, com participação do público e com amostras representativas que, de fato, retratem as expectativas e motivações do usuário para o uso dessas tecnologias na autogestão de seu tratamento.


Palavras-chave


Saúde mental; Aplicativos móveis; Autogestão; Smartphone; Revisão

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