Objective: To map, in scientific productions, the constituent elements of the concept of safe mobility in older adult hospital care. Method: A scoping review protocol was developed based on the methodology proposed by the Joanna Briggs Institute (JBI), which highlights the stages of search strategy, study selection, data extraction, and summarization based on criteria outlined to answer the research question. Studies that include individuals over 60 years of age, regardless of gender and associated conditions, will be considered, and those that have not been published in full format or whose access has not been possible will be excluded. The evidence that expresses the constitutive elements of the concept of safe mobility applied to the context of older adult hospital care can help in the decision-making in health care and the dissemination of appropriate nursing interventions, as well as contributing to teaching, extension, and research.
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