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Nurse as Educator: Principles of Teaching and Learning for Nursing Practice

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2nd
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9780763714413

ISBN10:
0763714410
Format:
Paperback
Pub. Date:
11/1/2002
Publisher(s):
JONES & BARTLETT PUBL
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Summary

Upperlevel, graduate courses in nursing education, health promotion, and patient education. Clinical and staff courses for staff education.

Table of Contents

Foreword xi
Preface xiii
Contributors xv
Acknowledgments xvii
PART I Perspectives on Teaching and Learning 1(72)
Overview of Education in Health Care
3(18)
Susan B. Bastable
Historical Foundations for the Teaching Role of Nurses
4(2)
Social, Economic, and Political Trends Affecting Health Care
6(3)
Purpose, Benefits, and Goals of Patient and Staff Education
9(1)
The Education Process Defined
10(2)
Role of the Nurse as Educator
12(2)
Barriers to Education and Obstacles to Learning
14(2)
Perspectives on Research in Patient and Staff Education
16(2)
Questions to Be Asked Regarding the Delivery of Educational Services
18(3)
Ethical, Legal, and Economic Foundations of the Educational Process
21(22)
M. Janice Nelson
A Differentiated View of Ethics, Morality, and the Law
23(1)
Evolution of Ethical and Legal Principles in Health Care
24(1)
Application of Ethical and Legal Principles to Patient Education
25(5)
Legality of Patient Education and Information
30(1)
Documentation
30(1)
A Graphic Summation
31(1)
Economic Factors of Patient Education: Justice and Duty Revisited
32(6)
Future Directions in Patient Education
38(5)
Applying Learning Theories to Healthcare Practice
43(30)
Margaret M. Braungart
Richard G. Braungart
Learning Theories
45(18)
Comparison of Learning Theories
63(4)
Common Principles of Learning
67(6)
PART II Characteristics of the Learner 73(244)
Determinants of Learning
75(44)
Sharon Kitchie
The Educator's Role in Learning
76(1)
Assessment of the Learner
76(1)
Assessing Learning Needs
77(4)
Methods to Assess Learning Needs
81(3)
Readiness to Learn
84(9)
Learning Styles
93(2)
Learning Style Instruments
95(18)
Novice-to-Expert Concept
113(1)
Interpretation of the Use of Style Instruments
113(6)
Developmental Stages of the Learner
119(42)
Susan B. Bastable
Michelle A. Rinwalske
Developmental Characteristics
120(1)
The Developmental Stages of Childhood
121(19)
The Developmental Stages of Adulthood
140(15)
The Role of the Family in Patient Education
155(6)
Motivation, Compliance, and Health Behaviors of the Learner
161(28)
Eleanor Richards
Motivation
162(6)
Compliance
168(1)
Compliance and Control
169(1)
Health Behaviors of the Learner
170(10)
Selection of Models for Health Education
180(2)
Integration of Models for Use in Education
182(1)
The Subroles of Nurse as Educator in Health Promotion
183(6)
Literacy in the Adult Patient Population
189(44)
Susan B. Bastable
Definition of Terms
191(3)
Scope and Incidence of the Problem
194(2)
Those at Risk
196(3)
Myths, Stereotypes, and Assumptions
199(1)
Assessment: Clues to Look for
200(2)
Impact of Illiteracy on Motivation and Compliance
202(2)
Ethical and Legal Concerns
204(2)
Readability of Printed Education Materials
206(1)
Measurement Tools to Test Readability of Written Materials
207(4)
Measurement Tools to Test Comprehension
211(2)
Measurement Tools to Test Reading Skills
213(1)
Instrument for Suitability Assessment of Materials (SAM)
214(1)
Simplifying the Readability of Printed Education Materials
214(8)
Teaching Strategies for Low-Literate Patients
222(3)
Research and Policy-Making Issues
225(8)
Gender, Socioeconomic, and Cultural Attributes of the Learner
233(46)
Susan B. Bastable
Gender Differences
234(6)
Socioeconomic Differences
240(4)
Cultural Differences
244(10)
The Four Major Culture Groups
254(16)
Preparing Nurses for Diversity Care
270(1)
Stereotyping: Identifying the Meaning, the Risks, and the Solutions
271(8)
Special Populations
279(38)
Kay Viggiani
The Nurse as Educator's Role in Assessment
281(1)
Types of Disabilities
282(1)
Sensory Deficits
282(7)
Learning Disabilities
289(6)
Developmental Disabilities
295(2)
Mental Illness
297(1)
Physical Disabilities
298(3)
Communication Disorders
301(6)
Chronic Illness
307(1)
Adaptive Computing
308(9)
PART III Techniques and Strategies for Teaching and Learning 317(202)
Behavioral Objectives
319(36)
Susan B. Bastable
Characteristics of Goals and Objectives
320(2)
The Debate about Using Behavioral Objectives
322(2)
Writing Behavioral Objectives
324(2)
Common Mistakes when Writing Objectives
326(1)
Taxonomy of Objectives According to Learning Domains
327(11)
Development of Teaching Plans
338(5)
Use of Learning Contracts
343(4)
The Concept of Learning Curve
347(8)
Instructional Methods
355(34)
Kathleen Fitzgerald
Types of Instructional Methods
356(1)
Traditional Methods
357(9)
Nontraditional Methods
366(11)
Selection of Instructional Methods
377(2)
Evaluation of Instructional Methods
379(1)
Increasing Effectiveness of Teaching
380(9)
Instructional Materials
389(38)
Diane S. Hainsworth
General Principles
390(1)
Choosing Instructional Materials
391(1)
The Three Major Components of Instructional Materials
392(1)
Types of Instructional Materials
393(27)
Evaluation Criteria for Selecting Materials
420(7)
Technology in Education
427(38)
Deborah L. Sopczyk
Health Education in the Information Age
429(3)
The Impact of Technology on the Teacher and the Learner
432(1)
Strategies for Using Technology in Healthcare Education
433(9)
The Internet
442(13)
Issues Related to the Use of Technology
455(3)
Professional Education
458(7)
Instructional Settings
465(28)
Virginia E. O'Halloran
Emerging Trends in Health Care
466(1)
Classification of Instructional Settings
467(2)
Factors Related to Instructional Setting
469(5)
Healthcare Setting
474(10)
Healthcare-Related Setting
484(3)
Non-Healthcare Setting
487(3)
Sharing Resources among Settings
490(3)
Evaluation in Healthcare Education
493(26)
Priscilla Sandford Worral
Evaluation Versus Assessment
494(1)
Determining the Focus of Evaluation
494(2)
Evaluation Models
496(6)
Designing the Evaluation
502(11)
Conducting the Evaluation
513(1)
Analyzing and Interpreting Data Collected
514(1)
Reporting Evaluation Results
515(4)
Appendix A Readability and Comprehension Tests 519(10)
Appendix B Resources and Organizations for Special Populations 529(6)
Glossary 535(18)
Author Index 553(8)
Subject Index 561


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