8 edition of Patient teaching and communicating in an information age found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||RT90 .A53 1990|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xii, 260 p. :|
|Number of Pages||260|
|LC Control Number||89001317|
Introduction. Communicating and transferring information about all elements of pressure ulcer prevention is an under-researched area, despite communication issues being one of the most common areas identified in root-cause analyses of pressure ulcer incidents and patient complaints about care (ACT Academy, ). 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-.
To get the best care possible, you need to take an active role in your healthcare. The relationship between you and your healthcare provider should be based on trust, honesty, and concern. It's important to share personal information with your healthcare provider, even if . Over 20 years ago, Dr. Carol M. Davis created the path for teaching health care professionals how to develop self-awareness and communication skills critical to providing ethical, compassionate, and professional treatment and care to their patients. That path is Patient Practitioner Interaction: An Experiential Manual for Developing the Art of Health Care, now in its Fifth Edition.
Practical points Awareness. One size does not fit all. Hearing-impaired patients use a variety of ways to communicate, eg lip-reading, British Sign Language (BSL), writing, and other : Dr Colin Tidy. Age-related hearing loss is common. About one quarter of people between the ages of 65 and half of those over the age of 75 have disabling hearing loss. Here are a few tips to make it easier to communicate with a person who has lost some hearing: Make sure your patient can hear you. Ask if the patient has a working hearing aid.
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Patient Education – Tools for Patients. Use the patient education tools below to keep your patients informed about their health and disease prevention and management. Written in an approachable and easy-to-understand manner, these materials present the facts without being overly clinical.
Learn the patient's perspective. Talk to the patient about worries, fears, and possible misconceptions. The information you receive can help guide your patient teaching. Ask the right questions. Ask if the patient has concerns, not just questions.
Use open-ended questions that require the patient to reveal more details. Listen carefully. Communication, Patient Education. STUDY. PLAY. when communicating with a non-English-speaking patient it is appropriate to.
use gestures to demonstrate information. The progress used to carry out the agreed teaching plan in patient education is called. implementation. 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 by: Octo - The Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) has released a new guide for patient teach-back strategies, which could improve patient education and provider communication.
During patient teach-back, providers explain patient medical conditions, treatment options, or self-care instructions to patients. Patient education now more closely resembles online content, available via email, download, and interactive games to help with information retention.
This shift to digital formats, including video and online games, allows patients to absorb information in a format they are already familiar with, in places where they naturally seek information.
The information age defines today’s workplace, now populated with a plethora of handy communication widgets, from pagers to cell phones to PDAs. Project managers are at the forefront of directing communication flow through these various channels.
2. Objectives. To our knowledge, the readability of the online patient information on the AAST website had not previously been assessed. Therefore, the goal of this study was to evaluate the readability of patient education materials on the publicly available AAST website to determine whether it met recommended readability guidelines for medical by: Patient interviews.
The medical interview is the most important manifestation of communication in healthcare .Obtaining an accurate patient history is vital both to diagnosis and medical management, and doing so is dependent upon effective communication [16,17].A common practice for busy physicians is to use a “physician-centered interview,” as they feel (incorrectly) that this approach Cited by: of primary interest was the patient’s age.
We used established MEPS age groupings: 18–24 years, 25–44 years, 45–64 years, and > 65 years. Based on theoreti-cal models of health services utilization described by Aday and Andersen, and others that outline patient File Size: KB.
Patient Teaching. Patient teaching is an excellent way to build your doctor-patient relationship. Patients as a rule love to hear and understand medical information, especially when it relates to them personally or to their families.
Editorial Reviews. Reviewer: Lynda H Crawford, PhD (West Suburban College of Nursing) Description: The author approaches patient education from a patient-centered teaching perspective, an active process in which patient and provider are partners who work together to meet mutually agreed-upon goals.
Purpose: She describes a patient-centered approach to patient teaching and explores the Price: $ Tips to improve patient education. Preventing re-hospitalization is a huge responsibility, especially in consideration of costly penalties that are levied for early readmissions.
To accomplish this, nurses need to constantly improve patient teaching and education prior to discharge. Communication is how information is shared between providers and patients, whereas education is what information is shared. Every day, healthcare organizations aim to accomplish both, providing patients with enough information and resources to help them achieve the best outcomes, while communicating with them in compelling, comprehensive ways.
While living in the so-called “information age” is fascinating since information has become an easily-available commodity that disseminates rapidly and extensively and makes patients more knowledgeable, we should not disregard or underestimate the inherent challenges that inevitably come with it.
Let us single out three of these challenges: : Ricardo Mitrani. Patient education is an important aspect of nursing care. It is essential in ensuring a patient’s full recovery especially when providing instructions about home care.
There are many ways by which you can effectively educate patients and you should choose the best method that works for your patients. To help you get started in providing health education, [ ]. Over 20 years ago, Dr. Carol M. Davis created the path for teaching health care professionals how to develop self-awareness and communication skills critical to providing ethical, compassionate, and professional treatment and care to their path is Patient Practitioner Interaction: An Experiential Manual for Developing the Art of Health Care, now in its Fifth Edition.
The Clinician-Patient Communication to Enhance Health Outcomes (CPC) faculty course is designed for healthcare professionals including clinicians in all specialty areas, educators, behavioral specialists and others who are committed to promoting patient-centered care.
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• Expect the patient's temperature to. Communicating Clearly in the Information Age provides a foundation in communications, with a primary focus on written communications, but also including oral communications.
The text provides a basic understanding of audience and writing purpose, as well as tips for writing well and credibly in academic, professional, and personal writing.5/5(1).SAGE Video Bringing teaching, learning and research to life.
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