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      Using Photovoice to stimulate critical thinking: An exploratory study with Nursing students* Translated title: Uso do Photovoice para estimular o pensamento crítico: um estudo exploratório com estudantes de Enfermagem Translated title: Cómo usar Photovoice para estimular el pensamiento crítico: un estudio exploratorio con estudiantes de enfermería

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          Abstract

          Objective:

          to explore the potentialities of the Photovoice methodology to stimulate critical thinking on Social Determinants of Health.

          Method:

          an exploratory and descriptive study with a qualitative approach, using different steps of the Photovoice methodology. Nursing students obtained photographs in their community, showing Social Determinants of Health, analyzed and classified the photographs, and exposed the results in the Nursing school. The students answered a questionnaire writing their perceptions. The data collected from the questionnaires were qualitatively analyzed.

          Results:

          91 students participated in the study. Two main categories emerged from the data: Photovoice is a good methodology to stimulate critical thinking on Social Determinants of Health, and Photovoice is a good methodology to stimulate other skills (expressing beliefs and perceptions, stimulating creativity, developing research skills, strengthening ties with colleagues, and attracting attention).

          Conclusion:

          we explore the potentialities of the Photovoice methodology. It can be an original, simple and economical tool to stimulate critical thinking on Social Determinants of Health, and to stimulate other skills. Photovoice can be considered in teaching about aspects related to health/care in Nursing students, in order to promote critical thinking of future agents for a change in health.

          Translated abstract

          Objetivo:

          explorar as potencialidades da metodologia Photovoice para estimular o pensamento crítico sobre os Determinantes Sociais da Saúde.

          Método:

          estudo exploratório e descritivo, com abordagem qualitativa, utilizando diferentes etapas da metodologia Photovoice. Os estudantes de enfermagem obtiveram fotografias em sua comunidade, mostrando Determinantes Sociais da Saúde, analisaram e classificaram as fotografias e expuseram os resultados na faculdade. Os alunos preencheram um questionário escrevendo suas percepções. Os dados coletados dos questionários foram analisados qualitativamente. Resultados: 91 estudantes participaram do estudo. Duas categorias principais emergiram dos dados: A Photovoice é uma boa metodologia para estimular o pensamento crítico sobre os determinantes sociais da saúde e estimular outras habilidades (expressar crenças e percepções, estimular a criatividade, desenvolver habilidades de pesquisa, fortalecer laços com colegas e atrair atenção).

          Conclusão:

          exploramos as potencialidades da metodologia Photovoice. Esta pode ser uma ferramenta original, simples e barata para estimular o pensamento crítico sobre os Determinantes Sociais da Saúde e estimular outras habilidades. A Photovoice pode considerar o ensino de aspectos relacionados à saúde/assistência em estudantes de enfermagem, a fim de promover o pensamento crítico de futuros agentes de mudança na saúde.

          Translated abstract

          Objetivo:

          explorar las potencialidades de la metodología del Photovoice para estimular el pensamiento crítico sobre los Determinantes Sociales de la Salud.

          Método:

          estudio exploratorio y descriptivo con enfoque cualitativo, en el que se utilizaron diferentes pasos de la metodología del Photovoice. Los estudiantes de enfermería tomaron fotografías en su comunidad, en las que se mostraban los Determinantes Sociales de la Salud, las analizaron y clasificaron y expusieron los resultados en la facultad. A continuación, completaron un cuestionario escribiendo sus percepciones sobre las mismas. Los datos recopilados de los cuestionarios se analizaron cualitativamente.

          Resultados:

          en el estudio participaron 91 estudiantes. Surgieron dos categorías principales de los datos: Photovoice es una buena metodología para estimular el pensamiento crítico sobre los Determinantes Sociales de la Salud, y Photovoice es una buena metodología para estimular otras habilidades (expresar creencias y percepciones, estimular la creatividad, desarrollar habilidades de investigación, fortalecer los lazos con los compañeros y atraer la atención).

          Conclusión:

          exploramos las potencialidades de la metodología Photovoice. Puede ser una herramienta original, simple y económica para estimular el pensamiento crítico sobre los Determinantes Sociales de la Salud, y también para estimular otras habilidades. Photovoice se puede considerar para la enseñanza de aspectos relacionados con la salud y/o el cuidado con estudiantes de enfermería, para promover el pensamiento crítico de futuros agentes de cambio en la salud.

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          Photovoice: a review of the literature in health and public health.

          Although a growing number of projects have been implemented using the community-based participatory research method known as photovoice, no known systematic review of the literature on this approach has been conducted to date. This review draws on the peer-reviewed literature on photovoice in public health and related disciplines conducted before January 2008 to determine (a) what defines the photovoice process, (b) the outcomes associated with photovoice, and (c) how the level of community participation is related to photovoice processes and outcomes. In all, 37 unduplicated articles were identified and reviewed using a descriptive coding scheme and Viswanathan et al.'s quality of participation tool. Findings reveal no relationship between group size and quality of participation but a direct relationship between the latter and project duration as well as with getting to action. More participatory projects also were associated with long-standing relationships between the community and outside researcher partners and an intensive training component. Although vague descriptions of project evaluation practices and a lack of consistent reporting precluded hard conclusions, 60% of projects reported an action component. Particularly among highly participatory projects, photovoice appears to contribute to an enhanced understanding of community assets and needs and to empowerment.
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            Photovoice: concept, methodology, and use for participatory needs assessment.

             Jean Burris,  C. Wang (1997)
            Photovoice is a process by which people can identify, represent, and enhance their community through a specific photographic technique. As a practice based in the production of knowledge, photovoice has three main goals: (1) to enable people to record and reflect their community's strengths and concerns, (2) to promote critical dialogue and knowledge about important issues through large and small group discussion of photographs, and (3) to reach policymakers. Applying photovoice to public health promotion, the authors describe the methodology and analyze its value for participatory needs assessment. They discuss the development of the photovoice concept, advantages and disadvantages, key elements, participatory analysis, materials and resources, and implications for practice.
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              Understanding the local food environment: A participatory photovoice project in a low-income area in Madrid, Spain

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                Author and article information

                Journal
                Rev Lat Am Enfermagem
                Rev Lat Am Enfermagem
                rlae
                Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem
                Escola de Enfermagem de Ribeirão Preto / Universidade de São Paulo
                0104-1169
                1518-8345
                01 July 2020
                2020
                : 28
                Affiliations
                [1 ]University of León, Nursing and Physiotherapy Department, Vegazana Campus, León, Spain.
                [2 ]University of León, Faculty of Health Sciences, SALBIS Research Group, León, Spain.
                [3 ]University of Alicante, Faculty of Health Sciences, Nursing and Culture of Care Research Group (EYCC), San Vicente del Raspeig, Alicante, Spain.
                Author notes
                Corresponding author: Elena Andina-Díaz. E-mail: elena.andina@ 123456unileon.es . https://orcid.org/0000-0001-9687-1967

                Associate Editor: Andrea Bernardes

                Article
                00360
                10.1590/1518-8345.3625.3314
                7332248
                32609267
                Copyright © 2020 Revista Latino-Americana de Enfermagem

                This is an Open Access article distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License, which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work is properly cited.

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