de Almeida Neves, Carolina Vasconcelos; de Araújo, Ednaldo Cavalcante; Carvalho, Karenina Elice Guimarães; da Silva, Ana Luzia Medeiros Araujo; de Vasconcelos, Eliane Maria Ribeiro; da Silva Bezerra, Simone Maria Muniz
October 2011
Revista de Pesquisa: Cuidado e Fundamental;oct2011, Vol. 3 Issue 4, p2412
Academic Journal
Objective: To identify scientific evidence about the perceptions and feelings of adolescents with HIV/AIDS. Method: This is an integrative review study whose search data was held in the databases: PubMed, SCOPUS, LILACS, ADOLEC using the keywords "behavior", "HIV/AIDS + adolescent," "perception + HIV + adolescents." To guide this study was formulated the following question: What elements are considered in the characterization and analysis of perception and feeling of adolescents living with HIV / AIDS? Results: database with the highest number of publications was to PubMed (57), followed by ADOLEC (45), LILACS (31), SCOPUS (20). Although PubMed recover as many studies, based ADOLEC could obtain more of the included studies. Conclusion: The study was important to raise elements present in the lives of patients with an incurable disease. Remains a challenge to build a more prepared to accept this new profile of HIV / AIDS.


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