Jogos Digitais e Engajamento na Reabilitação de Pacientes: Uma Revisão Sistemática da Literatura

  • Carlos Henrique Rorato Souza UFG
  • Daniele Machado de Oliveira UFG
  • Luciana de Oliveira Berreta UFG
  • Sérgio Teixeira de Carvalho UFG


Uma das questões essenciais para o sucesso das sessões de reabilitação ou telerreabilitação é o engajamento do paciente na atividade realizada. Abordagens que utilizam jogos para auxiliar no processo são consideradas boas alternativas. Neste sentido, este trabalho aborda a realização e os resultados de uma Revisão Sistemática da Literatura no intuito de explorar, identificar e analisar os projetos de jogos digitais existentes que propõem-se a engajar o paciente na realização das sessões. Os resultados reafirmam problemas de engajamento e motivação dos pacientes (68, 81% dos trabalhos trazem esta problemática), além de mostrarem uma grande diversidade de projetos realizados, com uma vasta gama de métodos de interação entre o paciente e o jogo, além de diversos recursos empregados para a promoção do engajamento no paciente, como a própria utilização dos jogos em si (43%) ou ainda questões relacionadas à dificuldade da atividade (37%).


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SOUZA, Carlos Henrique Rorato; OLIVEIRA, Daniele Machado de; BERRETA, Luciana de Oliveira; CARVALHO, Sérgio Teixeira de. Jogos Digitais e Engajamento na Reabilitação de Pacientes: Uma Revisão Sistemática da Literatura. In: SIMPÓSIO BRASILEIRO DE COMPUTAÇÃO APLICADA À SAÚDE (SBCAS), 21. , 2021, Evento Online. Anais [...]. Porto Alegre: Sociedade Brasileira de Computação, 2021 . p. 25-36. ISSN 2763-8952. DOI: