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Unformatted text preview: rriers to Patient TeachingLearning Physiological Factors
Socioeconomic The Teaching Plan
The Teaching Plan An organized, very specific, individualized presentation of what the nurse should be teaching and what the client should be learning. Assessment Phase Assessment Phase Assessment: Knowledge deficit Readiness to learn Ability to learn Learning Strength Any Barriers to Learning Formulating the
Diagnose the Deficit! Actual or Potential Problem
Holistic in Nature
Prioritize (physical needs first)
Must be NANDA approved Planning Phase
Planning Phase Planning for PatientTeaching
What does the patient expected to and desire to accomplish?
Goals should be specific and include expected/desired patient outcomes
Can be short or longterm goals
Decide who will be included in the learning process Implementation of Plan
Implementation of Plan
Pts are more likely to implement a plan that they understand!
Teaching Strategies Discussions Roleplay Demonstration Videos/DVD Teaching Strategies Con’d
Teaching Strategies Con’d Recall
Lecture Document the implementation and pt. response Evaluation of Evaluation of TeachingLearning Plan Were goals met? Partially met?
Did knowledge gained result in behavior change?
Evaluation Methods discussion, exams, return demo, recall, asking pt. questions, pre and post tests, etc.
Revise the plan and start the process over! The Nurse as Counselor
The Nurse as Counselor Patient Counseling Patient Counseling Counseling aids pts to make better decisions to promote overall well
Include family members in sessions
May be done simultaneously with pt teaching
Referrals or Consults to Spets Patient Referrals
Patient Referrals When is it done?
Examples financial counselors, cle...
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- Spring '14