Issues and concepts in patient education

  • 129 Pages
  • 3.31 MB
  • English
Appleton-Century-Crofts , New York
Patient education., Nurse and patient., Patient educa
StatementBarbara Klug Redman, editor ; contributors, Nancy Lloyd Rothman, Daniel A. Rothman.
SeriesAppleton patient education series
ContributionsRothman, Nancy Lloyd., Rothman, Daniel A.
LC ClassificationsRT90 .R4
The Physical Object
Paginationxi, 129 p. ;
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL4110819M
ISBN 100838544053
LC Control Number80025782

Patient Education: Issues, Principles, Practices: Medicine & Health Science Books @ ed by: Additional Physical Format: Online version: Redman, Barbara Klug. Issues and concepts in patient education. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, © Uses evidence-based patient education practice, with extensive citations to the research base.

Presents key issues in patient education such as literacy, use of patient decision aids, and multiple patient conditions for which organized patient education should be developed. Includes study questions with suggested answers.

The nurse as patient teacher: changing needs and mandates --The role of staff development in patient education: meeting JCAHO standards and beyond --Patient education as a tool for normalization and self-regulation --Special populations/special challenges --Informed consent: an important concept in patient education --Educational theories for.

Many issues make the provision of quality patient education difficult. Learn more about cultural competence, the preparation of written material. Patient education is an essential component of the care provided by nurses and midwives.

Although finding the time to teach our clients can be difficult, we remain committed to teaching. This article has presented some of the issues apparent for patient education in the early 21st century and suggested some possible solutions. Objectives After completing Chapter 1, the reader will be able to: Identify the significance of patient education in health care.

Discuss the importance of patient education in physical and occupational rehabilitation. Compare and contrast the impact of patient education in health care and in rehabilitation. Understand the importance of patient education as related to health care and reha.

Although the literature hints at earlier books, clinical settings, concepts and issues. J Nurs care will positively affect the quality of education and patient care in parallel. When talking about patient education, the managers spontaneously discriminated between the concepts “patient teaching” and “patient information.” They used concepts such as starting from the patient’s view, dialogue, informal or real knowledge, formal pedagogical competence, pedagogical work, and pedagogy as a tool.

Offers detailed vignettes from a real patient/nursing context or practice-based research study Discusses the key ethical issues and potential approaches Contributors, by design, come from various clinical, education, literature, moral philosophy and health ethics backgrounds.

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She is the author of numerous articles, book chapters, in addition to authoring the four previous editions of Medical and Psychosocial Aspects of Chronic Illness and Disability and authoring the book entitled, Effective Patient Education: A Guide to Increased Adherence, currently in its 4th s: The Patient Education concept analysis diagram clearly depicts the definition as it is related to the attributes.

Improved health behavior, overcoming barriers to learning, actively participating in the process of learning, and improved health status, all indicate when this concept is adequately functioning.

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Buy Patient Education: Issues, Principles, and Guidelines by Sally H Rankin online at Alibris. We have new and used copies available, in 1 editions - starting at $ Shop now. educate and motivate patients to be active participants in their own health care.

• Discuss issues surrounding patient education in terms of demographics and chronicity of disease. • Evaluate how patients react to illness and its manage-ment according to their cultural norms and according to their own perception of the severity of the illness. Research has demonstrated that patients can understand quite complicated concepts when those concepts are packaged in a curriculum that demonstrates a direct relation to their health status and future well-being.

41,55 The support for the use of patient education as an effective intervention for the treatment of pain is extensive.

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Condition: New. 10th edition. Language: English. Brand new Book. With patients leaving the hospital sicker and more care being done in outpatient settings or at home, patients need to become active, informed participants on their health care team.

Patient Education in Rehabilitation applies patient education skills to the clinical rehabilitation process in a reader-friendly manner.

It explores various teaching and learning theories and models of instruction as well as the ethical, legal, communicative, and cultural variables involved in patient education.

This text will help readers understand that delivering information, education, and. Written by a nursing expert and former Chair of patient education for the Society of Teachers of Family Medicine, Effective Patient Education: A Guide to Increased Adherence, Fourth Edition gives clinicians the tools they need to become effective patient a patient-centered approach, this essential text provides specific strategies for communicating in a way that motivates.

Patient Education in Rehabilitation is included in the edition of the essential collection of Doody’s Core Titles. Patient Education in Rehabilitation applies patient education skills to the clinical rehabilitation process in a reader-friendly explores various teaching and learning theories and models of instruction as well as the ethical, legal, communicative, and cultural.

This month we discussed patient education. This one had a tremendous amount of enthusiasm and great ideas, and it is a topic we might explore in future chats. For those of you unfamiliar with tweetchats, people answer questions posed by the moderator and comment on other tweets using the hashtag specified – in this case #socialortho.

In her book The Practice of Patient Education (, Mosby-Year Book), Barbara Redman says, “Patient education is now well accepted as an essential part of the practice of all health professionals.” But patient education is more than just teaching facts and demonstrating skills.

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practice. Ethical issues can involve students, faculty, and others engaged in nursing education on campuses, in online learning environments, and during clinical experiences. Based on its core values of caring, integrity, diversity, and excellence, the NLN has developed ethical principles for nursing education programs.

Books Search All Books Requesting Review Copies Author Guidelines Patient Education. Pages in this section. Practice & Advocacy. Nurses should understand the concept of risk communication, as it is a vital tool in helping to discuss immunizations with patients, colleagues, family, and communities.

This issue of Nursing Clinics of North America will focus on Patient Education. Article topics will include legal ethical and social issues in patient education assessing patient learning styles patient teaching and health outcomes tools to measure patient teaching designing patient education and roles for patient educators.

Define health education, health promotion, health, and wellness, and compare and contrast each concept. Discuss criticisms of the accepted definitions of health.

Apply health promotion concepts to several case studies and identify how a nurse could work with a patient. The concept of cultural competence is a relatively new concept commonly used in the academic disciplines from the beginning of [4, 46, 47].

In multicultural societies, health care professionals need to be culturally competent, which is expected by the society. Patient counseling and education should cover the nature of the disease, transmission, treatment, follow-up, and risk reduction. Nature of the Disease.

Syphilis may be symptomatic or asymptomatic and a wide range of symptoms and manifestations can develop with syphilis. The book is organized into two basic sections - the first describes the theories and process of learning and teaching and the second focuses on the major fields of patient education practice in place today.

The new case study approach also makes it easy for students to understand how to apply teaching strategies to specific patient types. Patient education materials should be based on contemporary principles of surgical education and evidence-based medicine, and tailored to the specific needs of the individual patient.

The ACS supports. Assessing the individual needs of each patient and focusing specifically on various cultural, gender, age, and literacy issues. This complimentary reading list was compiled to assist the registrant who is seeking additional research in orthopaedic physical attempt was made to compile a bibliographic resource that represents research studies that foster evidence-based practice.

Although the list may be helpful in studying for the OCS exam, we make no claims that the info presented is representative of.2 days ago  The patient needs assessment is a complex process the key factors of which are direct care workload in a ward or unit, indirect care ward, skill mix to meet the patients’ needs and the availability of budget for staff nursing.

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