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NUR 104- chpt 23

Patient Education

Identify the purpose of patient/resident education and the impact it has on patient/resident safety. the better the pt is educated and has a good understanding of what is going on in their care will provide better safety because they will be educated and help prevent any unsafe habits
describe how communication is part of the processes of teaching and learning. the better the nurse is at teaching a pt and communicating on their level, the better understanding the pt will have and they will learn from it.
give one example of each of Bloom's three domains of learning. Cognitive-Learning facts, reaching conclusions solving probs, critical thinking skills, rational thought Affective-emotions or feelings-changes beliefs attitutes or values Psychomotor-muscular mvmts learned to perform new skills & procedures Psychomot
Describe what is involved in implementing a pt centered care teaching plan client focused, holism, interactive, relationship btwn nurse and pt is based on mutual sharing, advocacy & negotiation
List at least six barriers to teaching and learning Literacy Motivation Compliance Non Compliance Sensory abilities Physical state
describe strategies for motivating learners Pt must start by recognizing the need to know: verbal cues, incentives, nonverbal cues,
describe strategies for working with patients who have cultural or learning difficulities By using interpreters or translators
describe the contents of a learning assessment Baseline knowledge Cultural/Language Needs Priorities Realistic Approach
list methods for evaluating the outcomes of teaching and learning Client-centered, client involved goals Who+Does+What+How+When= Goal EX: Client+will demonstrate+dressing change+without cueing+before discharge=to achieve goal
Created by: jessicaspring
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