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repeating verbatim from the paper, discounting feedback or barriers, as those things would hinder the objective from being met. A little later in the shift I asked her about the learning objectives and why she didn’t just change it to fit the patient’s needs. She said because that is the learning objective that needs to be met before discharge. I explained that we are able to make changes and document the changes and how adjustments were made to make the goal achievable and agreed upon for the patient. I explained that personalization is actually encouraged. Even with this experience, I do feel that the pre-written learning objectives are helpful for giving direction and helping the extensive nature of effective communication not seem so abundant. However, I do feel that all of our computerization and streamlined forms paired with the corporate expectation that we achieve complete success prior to discharge has created a culture of ticking the boxes of complete, excellent, etc. even if it is not the whole truth. Do you feel that streamlined forms take away from personalization? Reply | Quote & Reply Oct 17, 2015 10:57 PM 0 Like Substantive Post Lisa Washington 5 posts Re:Re:Re:Re:Topic 1 DQ 2 Summer, We have nurses at our hospital that are in charge of patient teaching in specialty areas. Prior to a patient being discharged, the nurse will visit with the patient on
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the topic at hand. I can understand the time it may take to educate patients. I do this in my current job for 24 blood pressure monitors and other devices patients may be required to wear. Do you feel that these nurses have helped you all in your area to manage your time better? I can only imagine the relief that this may seem to have had on you all. Reply | Quote & Reply Oct 17, 2015 11:04 PM 0 Like Substantive Post Lisa Washington 5 posts Re:Re:Re:Topic 1 DQ 2 Debra, I feel that health care professionals can tell they succeed in educating patients by how comfortable their patient looks when they leave the office. Sometimes my patients look so unsure of the information I have explained and I take a step back and ask them to clarify what I have just explained. They usually can't and I will reevaluate the information with them. I agree with you about the audience being important. I really like when my patients have family around so I can explain things to them as well. Sometimes they have to wear 30 day devices in my area and the patients may fail to remember the specifics. When family is there the patients usually seem more comfortable to not only ask questions, but they also seem more at ease about all the information being given. Have you had any particular learning barriers that have hindered your patient education recently you can discuss? Reply | Quote & Reply Oct 18, 2015 12:20 AM 0 Like Substantive Post Lisa Washington 5 posts Re:Re:Topic 1 DQ 2 Judith, I agree that having a good relationship with patients helps to have them trust you more. My patients are sometimes uneasy about heart devices they need to wear for long period of time, but showing them empathy towards their life being altered

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