Vol. 26 No. 1 (2022): Journal of Nursing Pensar Enfermagem
Review articles

Healthy work environments and nursing teaching-learning process: a scoping review

Laura Cavalcanti de Farias Brehmer
Universidade Federal de Santa Catarina
Mayara Souza Manoel
Bruna Pedroso Canever
Flávia Regina Souza Ramos
Gisele Cristina Manfrini.
Alesandra Perazzoli de Souza

Published 2022-12-28


  • Workplace,
  • occupational health,
  • working conditions,
  • education,
  • nursing,
  • faculty,
  • review
  • ...More

How to Cite

Cavalcanti de Farias Brehmer, L., Mayara Souza Manoel, Bruna Pedroso Canever, Flávia Regina Souza Ramos, Gisele Cristina Manfrini., & Alesandra Perazzoli de Souza. (2022). Healthy work environments and nursing teaching-learning process: a scoping review. Pensar Enfermagem, 26(1), 14–22. https://doi.org/10.56732/pensarenf.v26i1.204


Background: the concept of Healthy Work Environments is part of the context of professional training in nursing as a reference for promoting the health of the subjects of this process. Objective: to identify how professors and students of undergraduate courses in Nursing perceive the “Healthy Work Environments” in the teaching-learning process. Method: scoping review performed in PubMed/MEDLINE, EMBASE, Scopus, Web of Science, CINAHL, LILACS and BDENF, considering studies regardless of type, language and year of publication. The guiding question was guided by the mnemonic strategy: Population, Concept, Context. The data underwent descriptive, bibliometric and exploratory analysis. Results: 386 references were identified, 83 were selected to be read in full, of which 56 were part of the final sample. Thus, two categories were created: “Healthy Work Environments: spaces for teaching and health services” and “Strategies for promoting a Healthy Environment”. Conclusion: the concepts under analysis show the experiences of students in environments of educational institutions and health services. Regarding the teachers' practices, working conditions emerged in areas of infrastructure, subjectivities and institutional organization and work policies.


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