Cooridnator of Care

  1. What is the rationale patient teaching, including benefits and purposes?
    • health promotion
    • disease prevention
    • management of illness
    • treatment options
    • prevention of complications
    • promotion of recovery, self-care, and independence
  2. The Nurse's Role
    • Caregiver
    • Teacher
    • Advocate
    • Manager
    • Colleague
    • Expert
  3. Teaching/Learning Process: 3 Domains of Learning
    Cognitive- math, problem solving

    Affective- emotional level (ex: encourage using kids, spouse, personal things)

    Pyschomotor- learning by physical skills (ex: teaching pt how to check BG, administer insulin, control diabetes)
  4. A teaching plan includes:
    • 1, assessment of pt's ability and readiness to learn
    • 2. identification of teaching needs
    • 3. development of learning goals with the pt
    • 4. implementation of the teaching
    • 5. evaluation of pt's teaching
  5. Factors that affect pt teaching
    • Physical factors (age, sensory impairments, pain, fatigue)
    • psychological factors (anxiety, depression)
    • Literacy level
    • level of knowledge
    • developmental level (children, adolescents, adults)
    • Learning style (auditory, visual, tactile)
    • Readiness
    • Motivation
    • Cultural/language barrier factors
    • Environmental factors
    • Socioeconomic factors
Author
adrir20
ID
340039
Card Set
Cooridnator of Care
Description
coordinator of care
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