Upgrade to remove ads
Week 10B-Patient Education
Terms in this set (73)
What are the goals of patient education? (3)
Maintain and promote health and prevent illness, restore health, optimize QOL with impaired functioning
When initially assessing the patient, what should you assess in order to conduct education? (3)
Health literacy, learning styles, motivation to learn
A nurse is planning to teach a postoperative cardiac patient about appropriate diet and exercise, and medications and their side effects. Of what is this teaching plan an example?
What is an interactive process that promotes learning?
What is the purposeful acquisition of knowledge, skills, behaviours, and attitudes?
What are three roles of the nurse in teaching and learning?
Teach information so clients can make informed decisions, determine what the client needs to know, identify when the client is ready to learn
Teaching closely parallels the ___________________ process.
What are three domains of learning?
Cognitive, affective, psychomotor
Which domain of learning includes all intellectual behaviours and requires thinking?
Which domain of learning deals with expression of feelings and acceptance of attitudes, opinions, or values?
Which domain of learning involves acquiring skills that require integration of mental and muscular activity?
Learning occurs in many ways, depending on the learner. In planning to teach ROM exercises to a postoperative patient, a nurse should consider with mode of learning?
What are some concepts within cognitive learning, from the most simple to most complex? (6)
Remembering, understanding, applying, analyzing, evaluating creating
What are some concepts within affective learning, from the most simple to most complex? (5)
Receiving, responding, valuing (do they value learning), organizing (can they organize the information to understand it), characterizing
What are some concepts within psychomotor learning, from the most simple to the most complex? (7)
Perception, set, guided response, mechanism, complex overt response, adaptation, origination
What are three basic learning principles?
Motivation to learn, ability to learn, learning environment
What are four aspects that affect someone's ability to learn?
Emotional capability (anxiety level), intellectual capability (reading medication labels), physical capability, developmental stage
Which basic learning principle addresses the patient's desire or willingness to learn?
Motivation to learn
Which basic learning principle depends on physical and cognitive abilities, developmental level, physical wellness, and thought processes?
Ability to learn
Which basic learning principle allows a person to attend to instruction?
When planning to teach a child how to use a bronchodilator for new-onset asthma, what must the nurse first take into consideration?
What are three motives that affects motivation to learn?
Social, task mastery, physical
Are motives the same in different developmental stages?
Which motivation theory says that learning occurs in social contexts, that we learn by talking and seeing people?
Social learning theory
Which motivation theory is about unfreezing and learning, then refreezing; ultimately about trying to change a hard habit (i.e. smoking)?
Transtheoretical model of change
What is the association between the nursing and teaching process?
There is a relationship, but they are not the same
What is the difference between the nursing and teaching process?
Nursing process requires assessment of all data, teaching process focuses on the patient's learning needs and ability to learn
What do nurses need to assess for in the teaching process? (5)
Learning needs, ability to learn, motivation to learn, teaching environment, resources for learning
How can you determine if a learner has understood what you have taught them?
What is in involves in the planning stage of the teaching process? (6)
Develop learning objectives, write teaching plans, set priorities, timing, organize material, select methods and resources
What are some guidelines to writing learning objectives (planning stage)? (6)
Use active verbs, focus on results, set clear expectations, one performance per objective, mutually set, SMART
What are the three major components of a learning objective?
Action word, learning statement, criteria
What are some teaching approaches in the implementation stage of the teaching process? (5)
Telling, selling, participating, entrusting, reinforcing
Which teaching approach is about outlining benefits, relating to values/goals, and outlining consequences?
Which teaching approach telling stories to make it more interesting and using examples?
Which teaching approach is about having the patient show you what they are learning?
Which teaching approach involves doing it again (i.e. power of 3)?
What are some methods to implement teaching methods? (7)
One-on-one discussion, group instruction, preparatory instruction, analogy, role playing simulation
What are four special things you want to take into account when implementing the teaching process?
Abilities, cultural diversity, language, needs of patients with severe illness
What are three things to consider when paying attention to abilities when implementing teaching?
Illiteracy and learning disabilities, health literacy, sensory alterations
Why is it important to do evaluation in the teaching process? (3)
Determine if the patient has learned, reinforces correct behaviour and changes incorrect behaviour, success depends on patients performance of expected outcomes
What are six stages in the transtheoretical model of change?
Pre-contemplation, contemplation, determination, action, relapse, maintenance
What is an evidence-based approach used to ask patients to repeat in their own words what they need to know or do using a non-shaming approach?
What uses adult learning theory concepts that encourage self directed learning, allowing patients to review the information when they are ready and at their own pace?
Power of 3
What are two teaching tools based on adult learning principles?
Teach-back, power of 3
According to Malcolm Knowles, what are the four assumptions of adult learning?
Changes in self-concept, role of experience, readiness to learn, orientation to learning
True or false: nurses are the primary source of information in the hospital and community.
Where is it stated that patients have the right to make informed decisions (thus making nurses important teachers)?
Code of Ethics by CNA
Since teaching is seen as communication, what are three communicative strategies necessary in nursing?
Listen empathetically, observe astutely, speak clearly
Learning coping mechanisms is a part of what domain of learning?
Which part of cognitive learningis about learning new information and being able to retrieve from LTM?
Which part of cognitive learning is about constructing the meaning of learned material?
Which part of cognitive learning is about using abstract, newly learned ideas in a practical situation?
Which part of cognitive learning is about breaking down and determining how parts relate to one another?
Which part of cognitive learning is about combining elements to make a coherent functional whole?
Which part of affective learning is about attending to another person's words?
Which part of affective learning is about participating through listening and reacting verbally and nonverbally?
Which part of affective learning is about developing a value system by identifying and organizing values?
Which part of affective learning is eliciting an action and response with a consistent value system?
Which part of psychomotor learning is about being aware of objects or qualities through the use of sense organs?
Which part of psychomotor learning is about a readiness to take action?
Which part of psychomotor learning is about performing an act under guidance of instructor?
Which part of psychomotor learning is eliciting a smooth and accurate performance of motor skill?
Complex overt response
Which part of psychomotor learning is about changing the motor response when problems occur?
Which part of psychomotor learning is about using existing psychomotor skills and abilities to perform a highly complex motor skill that involves making new motor patterns?
What are some aspects of physical capability that you need to take into account in assessing someone's ability to learn? (4)
Size, strength, coordination, sensory acuity
Which motive is about social connection, self-esteem, and social approval?
Which motive is about desire for achievement (i.e. wanting to live independently)?
Which motive is about a desire to maintain and improve health (i.e. wanting to master using an assistive device)?
Beliefs about self-efficacy arise from what four sources?
Verbal persuasion, vicarious experiences, enactive mastery experiences (doing it themselves), physiological/affective states (positive feedback)
What is a standard of care that positions the patient as the focus of care delivery and as a partner in the delivery of care?
What does the LEARNS model, by the RNAO, mean? What does it provide a framework for?
Listen, establish, adopt, reinforce, name, strengthen, patient-centered care
Demonstration are the best when a ______________________________ is done.
THIS SET IS OFTEN IN FOLDERS WITH...
Theory: Client Education
Week 24: Teaching & Learning (Chapter 25)
Week 11- Bowel Elimination and Patient Education
YOU MIGHT ALSO LIKE...
Chp 25 Patient Education (Potter and Perry)
week 9 122 teaching and learning
OTHER SETS BY THIS CREATOR
3. Health policy
2. HC sys, health economics, budget concepts
1. Health Policy, Healthcare Organizatio…
6. Perfusion: Hematopoietic disorders