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process of patient education

by Barbara Klug Redman

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Published by C.V. Mosby in St. Louis .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Patient education.,
  • Nurse and patient.,
  • Nurse -- Patient relations.,
  • Nursing care.,
  • Patient education.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementBarbara Klug Redman.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsRT90 .R43 1984
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxi, 315 p. :
    Number of Pages315
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3166145M
    ISBN 100801641853
    LC Control Number83008120

    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. Effective patient education enables understanding about the condition and health care, coping, changing health behaviours to self-manage effectively, improving or maintaining health.

    Patient / family education standards The JCAHO Patient and Family Education (PF) standards provide direction for health care agencies seeking accreditation. JCAHO standards do not require any specific structure, such as an education department, a patient education committee, or nurses or other health care professionals hired as patient educators. Patient education is the process by which health professionals and others impart information to patients and their caregivers that will alter their health behaviors or improve their health status. Education may be provided by any healthcare professional who has undertaken appropriate training education, education on patient communication and.

    THE BASICS OF THE PATIENT EDUCATION PROCESS. The Patient Education Process. Your goals as the patient educator are: 1. Provide support and information 2. Correct misconceptions 3. Assist patient in understanding their role 4. Identify learning needs. You need .   Technology has made patient education materials more accessible. Educational resources can be customized and printed out for patients with the touch of a button. Make sure the patient’s individualized needs are addressed. Don't simply hand the patient a stack of papers to read. Review them with patients to ensure they understand the instructions.


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Process of patient education by Barbara Klug Redman Download PDF EPUB FB2

ISBN: OCLC Number: Description: xi, pages: illustrations ; 24 cm: Contents: 1. The place of patient education in health care --Historic, philosophic, and legal background --Goals of health teaching --Definitions of teaching A process model for patient education --Identifying need for teaching --What can be learned --Stimulation of learning.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Redman, Barbara Klug. Process of patient education. Louis: C.V. Mosby, (OCoLC) Online version. The Ultimate Nurse Coloring Book: A Snarky, Relatable & Humorous Adult Coloring Book For Registered Nurses, Nursing Students and Nurse Practitioners by Nurse Passion Publishing.

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As patient education is an ongoing process of learning and teaching, the patient’s medical chart should include space to update the teaching plan and include information about further learning needs, effective teaching techniques, and recommendations for the next steps.

Introduction. Patient education is recognized as a part of quality in delivery of health care ().Increase in the prevalence of chronic diseases and aged population requires the nurses to engage in new patterns of care in a longer period and help patients to care for themselves (2, 3).Patient education aims to provide adequate and relevant clinical information, with the goal of increasing Cited by: 1.

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 patient care process is a fundamental series of actions that guide the activities of health professionals.

All health professionals who provide direct patient care should use a systematically and consistently applied process of care in their practice.

1 Until recently, the language to describe the process for delivering comprehensive medication management services was ill defined. PS – 4 CAMAC,January Comprehensive Accreditation Manual for Ambulatory Care Sidebar 1. (continued) o Severe temporary harm n Close call or near miss, no harm, or good catch: A patient safety event that did not cause harm as defined by the term sentinel event.

n Hazardous (or unsafe) condition(s): A circumstance (other than a patient’s own disease process or condition) that File Size: 1MB. The process of patient teaching refers to the steps you follow to provide teaching and to measure learning.

The steps involved in the teaching-learning process are: Assessing learning needs. Developing learning objectives. Planning and implementing patient teaching.

Evaluating patient learning. Documenting patient teaching and learning. The Practice of Patient Education [Redman, Barbara Klug] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.

The Practice of Patient EducationPrice: $ Process Mapping - Patient Education Medication Management Therapy Medication Therapy Management (MTM) is a patient-centric and comprehensive approach to improve medication use, reduce the risk of adverse events, and improve medication : Nicole Galvan.

The Process of Patient Education What is Health Teaching/Patient Education. • The process of influencing behaviour, producing changes in knowledge, attitudes and skills required to maintain and improve health • A process of imparting, interpretation and integration of information • A process that occurs over time involving ongoing assessment of patient’s (and family’s) knowledge.

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. Janu - Empowering and engaging patient education tools are at the core of any meaningful chronic disease management program that succeeds in encouraging individuals to take the actions necessary to achieve their healthcare goals.

At Centura Health, a Colorado-based healthcare system, leaders recognized the importance of patient education and made it a key component of their. The Johns Hopkins Hospital patient and family handbook welcome.

Hi there, and welcome to The Johns Hopkins Hospital. My name is Emilia. Throughout this patient and ones play in your care and the healing process. Still, for the comfort of other patients, we ask that you limit the number of visitors.

assess the patient: developing a teaching planthats works for a particular individual first requires an assessment of the patient as a learner and consideration of.

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Patient education that is accurate and thorough is critical to allow patients and their caregivers to understand their disease and treatment plan.

This is an important part of the healing process no matter the illness. Organized by clinical topic, our patient teaching tools are designed to help you communicate with your patients and offer the.

Patient education can be defined as the process of influencing patient behavior and producing the changes in knowledge, attitudes and skills necessary to maintain or improve health. presented on the DPET and to determine the accuracy of patient understanding and recall.

At Crawford Long, a research assistant visited with study participants and used the DKAT to assess patient understanding of discharge instructions; patients were permitted to File Size: KB.Ahtisham Younas is a master of nursing student at the Memorial University of Newfoundland (Canada).

The author has disclosed no financial relationships related to this article.1. Nephrol Nurs J. Mar-Apr;32(2); quiz Patient education and the nursing process: meeting the patient's needs. Wingard R(1). Author information: (1)Renal Care Group in Nashville, TN, USA. The ultimate goal of patient educational programs is to achieve long-lasting changes in behavior by providing patients with the knowledge to allow them to make autonomous decisions to take Cited by: