Dezembro 2020 vol. 8 num. 5 - Colóquio Internacional de Design 2020

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Modelo Conceitual de Design para o Bem-estarpara pacientes pediátricos

Conceptual Design Model for the Wellbeing of Pediatric Patients

Rosa, Valentina Marques da; Tonetto, Leandro Miletto;

Artigo completo:

O design para o bem-estar é uma área emergente de pesquisa. Os conceitos de bem-estar aplicados apesquisa e projetos são de origens diversas, apesar de terem uma base identificada na Psicologia,especificamente na psicologia positiva. Um dos campos de pesquisa férteis para estudos em designpara o bem-estar é a saúde, área na qual são observados diversos estudos com crianças. Mesmoassim, percebe-se uma carência de um modelo conceitual estabelecido para os referidos estudos.Nessa direção, o presente artigo apresenta e discute os principais conceitos de bem-estarprovenientes da Psicologia, discutindo suas aplicações a pesquisas e projetos em Design. Apresenta,por fim, um modelo conceitual que engloba os diferentes conceitos explorados.

Artigo completo:

Design for wellbeing is an emerging area of research. The concepts of wellbeing applied toresearch and projects are of diverse origins, despite having an identified base in Psychology,specifically in positive psychology. One of the fertile fields of research for studies in design forwellbeing is health, an area in which several studies with children are observed. Even so, a lack of aconceptual model established for the referred studies is perceived. In this direction, this articlepresents and discusses the main concepts of wellbeing from Psychology, discussing its applications toresearch and projects in Design. Finally, it presents a conceptual model that encompasses thedifferent concepts explored.

Palavras-chave: Design para o bem-estar; bem-estar subjetivo; design de serviços; design na saúde; crianças,

Palavras-chave: Design for wellbeing; subjective wellbeing; service design; design for health; children,

DOI: 10.5151/cid2020-83

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Como citar:

Rosa, Valentina Marques da; Tonetto, Leandro Miletto; "Modelo Conceitual de Design para o Bem-estarpara pacientes pediátricos", p. 1102-1114 . In: Anais do Colóquio Internacional de Design 2020. São Paulo: Blucher, 2020.
ISSN 2318-6968, DOI 10.5151/cid2020-83

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