9780763748425

Essentials of Patient Education

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  • ISBN13:

    9780763748425

  • ISBN10:

    0763748420

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2005-08-01
  • Publisher: Jones & Bartlett
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Summary

Recommended by the American Hospital Association! Patient education is a fundamental component of nursing practice-essential to improving the health of individuals. Essentials of Patient Education, based on Susan B. Bastablers"s best-selling Nurse as Educator: Principles of Teaching and Learning for Nursing Practice, Second Edition, prepares nurses for their ever-increasing roles in patient teaching, health education, and health promotion. This application-based text addresses the needs and characteristic of the learner and discusses appropriate instructional approaches. Essentials of Patient Education will provide nursing students with a thorough comprehension of And The skills necessary in the teaching and learning process. Accompanied by a free online instructorrs"s resource manual with downloadable Powerpoint slides!

Table of Contents

Preface xi
Contributors xiii
Acknowledgments xv
About the Author xvii
PART I Perspectives on Teaching and Learning
1(62)
Overview of Education in Health Care
3(16)
Susan B. Bastable
Historical Foundations for the Teaching Role of Nurses
3(4)
Social, Economic, and Political Trends Affecting Health Care
7(1)
Purpose, Goals, and Benefits of Patient Education
8(1)
The Education Process Defined
9(2)
The Teaching Role of the Nurse
11(1)
Barriers to Teaching and Obstacles to Learning
12(3)
Questions to Be Asked About Teaching and Learning
15(4)
Ethical, Legal, and Economic Foundations of the Educational Process
19(18)
M. Janice Nelson
An Introduction to Ethics, Morality, and the Law
21(1)
Ethical and Legal Principles in Health Care
22(1)
Application of Ethical Principles to Patient Teaching
23(4)
Patients' Rights to Information
27(1)
The Importance of Documentation
28(2)
Economic Factors of Patient Education
30(7)
Applying Learning Theories to Health Care
37(26)
Margaret M. Braungart
Richard G. Braungart
Learning Theories
39(19)
Applying Learning Theories to Health Care
58(5)
PART II Characteristics of the Learner
63(224)
Determinants of Learning
65(38)
Sharon Kitchie
The Nurse's Role as Teacher
66(1)
Assessment of the Learner
67(1)
Assessing Learning Needs
68(3)
Methods to Assess Learning Needs
71(2)
Readiness to Learn
73(9)
Learning Styles
82(15)
Interpretation of Learning Styles
97(6)
Developmental Stages of the Learner
103(42)
Susan B. Bastable
Michelle A. Dart
Developmental Characteristics
104(1)
The Developmental Stages of Childhood
105(19)
The Developmental Stages of Adulthood
124(15)
The Role of the Family in Patient Education
139(6)
Motivation, Compliance, and Health Behaviors of the Learner
145(20)
Eleanor Richards
Wendy Sayward
Motivation
146(7)
Compliance
153(1)
Compliance and Control
154(1)
Health Behaviors of the Learner
154(11)
Literacy in the Adult Patient Population
165(44)
Susan B. Bastable
Definition of Terms
167(3)
Scope and Incidence of the Problem
170(2)
Those at Risk
172(2)
Myths, Stereotypes, and Assumptions
174(1)
Assessment of the Literacy Problem
175(2)
Impact of Illiteracy on Motivation and Compliance
177(2)
Ethical and Legal Concerns
179(1)
Readability of Printed Education Materials
180(2)
Measurement Tools to Test the Readability of Written Materials
182(3)
Measurement Tools to Test Comprehension
185(2)
Measurement Tools to Test Reading Skills
187(2)
Instrument for Suitability Assessment of Materials (SAM)
189(1)
Simplifying the Readability of Printed Education Materials
189(10)
Teaching Strategies for Low-Literate Patients
199(10)
Gender, Socioeconomic, and Cultural Attributes of the Learner
209(44)
Susan B. Bastable
Gender Characteristics
210(7)
Socioeconomic Characteristics
217(3)
Cultural Characteristics
220(8)
The Four Major Culture Groups
228(15)
Preparing Nurses for Diversity Care
243(1)
Stereotyping: Identifying the Meaning, the Risks, and the Solutions
244(9)
Special Populations
253(34)
Kay Viggiani
The Nurse's Role in Assessment
255(1)
Types of Disabilities
256(1)
Sensory Deficits
256(8)
Learning Disabilities
264(7)
Physical Disabilities
271(1)
Communication Disorders
272(6)
Chronic Illness
278(2)
Adaptive Computing
280(7)
PART III Techniques and Strategies for Teaching and Learning
287(148)
Behavioral Objectives
289(30)
Susan B. Bastable
Julie A. Doody
Characteristics of Goals and Objectives
290(2)
The Importance of Using Behavioral Objectives for Teaching
292(2)
Writing Behavioral Objectives
294(2)
Common Mistakes When Writing Objectives
296(1)
Taxonomy of Objectives According to Learning Domains
296(12)
Development of Teaching Plans
308(4)
The Concept of Learning Curve
312(7)
Teaching Methods and Instructional Settings
319(30)
Kathleen Fitzgerald
Teaching Methods
320(14)
Selection of Teaching Methods
334(2)
Evaluation of Teaching Methods
336(1)
Increasing the Effectiveness of Teaching
337(4)
Instructional Settings
341(8)
Instructional Materials
349(32)
Diane S. Hainsworth
General Principles
350(1)
Choosing Instructional Materials
351(1)
The Three Major Components of Instructional Materials
352(2)
Types of Instructional Materials
354(27)
Technology in Education
381(28)
Deborah L. Sopczyk
Health Education in the Information Age
383(2)
The Impact of Technology on the Teacher and Learner
385(1)
Strategies for Using Technology in Healthcare Education
386(8)
The Internet
394(10)
Issues Related to the Use of Technology
404(5)
Evaluation in Healthcare Education
409(26)
Priscilla Sandford Worral
Evaluation Versus Assessment
410(1)
Determining the Focus of Evaluation
411(2)
Evaluation Models
413(7)
Designing the Evaluation
420(10)
Conducting the Evaluation
430(1)
Analyzing and Interpreting Data Collected
431(1)
Reporting Evaluation Results
431(4)
Appendix A: Readability and Comprehension Tests 435(10)
Appendix B: Resources and Organizations for Special Populations 445(6)
Glossary 451(24)
Index 475

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