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Vol. 54.
Pages 3-10 (July - December 2021)
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Vol. 54.
Pages 3-10 (July - December 2021)
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Translation of a Brazilian educational booklet concerning hydrocephalus into Spanish as spoken in Spain
Traducción de un folleto educativo brasileño acerca de la hidrocefalia a español de España
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Marla Andréia Garcia de Avilaa,
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marla.avila@unesp.br

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, Raquel Rodríguez-Gonzálezb, Karen Negrão Moreiraa, Ilda de Godoya, Paloma de Aro Jorge Tavaresa, Carlos Cézar Sousa de Lirac, Ana Silvia Sartori Barraviera Seabra Ferreirad, Pedro Tadao Hamamoto Filhoc
a Department of Nursing, Botucatu Medical School, UNESP – Univ Estadual Paulista, Brazil
b Department of Psychiatry, Radiology, Public Health, Nursing and Medicine, University of Santiago de Compostela, Spain
c Department of Neurology, Psychology and Psychiatry, Botucatu Medical School, UNESP – Univ Estadual Paulista, Brazil
d Center of Distance Education and Information Technology in Healthcare, Botucatu Medical School, UNESP – Univ Estadual Paulista, Brazil
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Abstract
Purpose

A booklet for children with hydrocephalus and their parents was presented. This study translated the Brazilian version of the booklet “Laura's diary: knowing hydrocephalus and its treatment” into Spanish as spoken in Spain.

Methodology

This methodological study conducted in Spain (Universidad de Santiago de Compostela) and Brazil (Botucatu Medical School) undertook the following translation steps: translation, using two Brazilian translators fluent in Spanish; synthesis, involving a Spanish nurse with experience in education; and back-translation, using a Brazilian translator and nurse fluent in Spanish.

Findings

The two versions of the initial translation were similar, with few amendments necessary during the consensus meeting between the researchers to achieve synthesis of the translations. The two versions of the back-translation were very similar to the original.

Conclusion

A free Spanish booklet was presented to minimize the negative effects of surgery, empower families, and aid future research between Brazil and Spain. Mismanagement of a disease can affect a child's quality of life. Communication is essential for health education to help ensure greater participation of patients and families in care plans.

Keywords:
Hydrocephalus
Children
Rehabilitation nursing
Health education
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Objetivo

Se presentó un folleto educativo para niños/as con hidrocefalia, y sus progenitores. Este estudio tradujo al español la versión brasileña del folleto Diario de Laura: Conociendo la hidrocefalia y su tratamiento.

Metodología

Estudio metodológico realizado en España (Universidad de Santiago de Compostela) y Brasil (Botucatu Medical School), que llevó a cabo las siguientes etapas de traducción: traducción propiamente dicha, utilizando dos traductores de Brasil con amplio dominio del español; síntesis, implicando a una enfermera con experiencia en formación; y traducción inversa utilizando un traductor y una enfermera brasileños con amplio dominio del español.

Hallazgos

Las dos versiones de la traducción inicial fueron similares, siendo necesarias pocas modificaciones durante la reunión de consenso mantenida entre los investigadores para realizar una síntesis de las traducciones. Las dos versiones de la traducción inversa fueron muy similares al original.

Conclusión

Se presentó un folleto educativo gratuito en español para minimizar los efectos negativos de la cirugía, empoderar a las familias, y contribuir a investigaciones futuras entre Brasil y España. La gestión inadecuada de la enfermedad puede afectar a la calidad de vida del niño/a. La comunicación es esencial para educar en salud, y ayudar a garantizar una mayor participación en los planes de cuidados por parte de los pacientes y sus familias.

Palabras clave:
Hidrocefalia
Niños
Rehabilitación enfermera
Educación en salud

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