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Patient Education

Patient Education Chapter 2 CAROL A. LINDEMAN ScHOOL OF NURSING OREOON H EALTlI SCIl!NCES UNtVERSITY CONTENTS Characteristics of the Patient as Learner 31 Psychological Variables 31 Educational Level and Demographic Characteristics 32 Trait-7reatmentlnteraction 33 Timing a/Teaching 34 Family In volvement 35 Generalizations/or Theory of lnstruction 36 Characteristics of the Nurse as Thacher 36 Nurse-Patient Interaction and Thrget Populations 37 Maternal-In/ant 37 Surgical 39 Cardiovascular 42 Chronic Illness 45 Psychiatric-Mental Health 48 Diagnostic Procedures 49 GeneraUzationsfor Theory of Instruction 50 Health Care Setting as Learning Environment 50 Organizational Structure 50 Quality Assurance 51 Evaluation 51 Generalizations/or Theory oj Instruction 52 Summary 52 29 30 RESEARCH ON NURSING PRACTICE The intent of the reviewer was to summarize published nursing re­ search on patient education and to draw inferences for a theory of instruction for patient education. In the world of patient care, influ­ encing human learning is a complex process affected by six major categories of variables: (a) characteristics of the patient as learner; (b) characteristics of the nurse as teacher; (c) nurse-patient interaction as instructional strategy; (d) characteristics of the target group; (e) hea1th care setting as learning environment; and (0 content. The first five categories were used as the organizing framework http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Annual Review of Nursing Research Springer Publishing

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Springer Publishing
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0739-6686
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1944-4028
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10.1891/0739-6686.6.1.29
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Chapter 2 CAROL A. LINDEMAN ScHOOL OF NURSING OREOON H EALTlI SCIl!NCES UNtVERSITY CONTENTS Characteristics of the Patient as Learner 31 Psychological Variables 31 Educational Level and Demographic Characteristics 32 Trait-7reatmentlnteraction 33 Timing a/Teaching 34 Family In volvement 35 Generalizations/or Theory of lnstruction 36 Characteristics of the Nurse as Thacher 36 Nurse-Patient Interaction and Thrget Populations 37 Maternal-In/ant 37 Surgical 39 Cardiovascular 42 Chronic Illness 45 Psychiatric-Mental Health 48 Diagnostic Procedures 49 GeneraUzationsfor Theory of Instruction 50 Health Care Setting as Learning Environment 50 Organizational Structure 50 Quality Assurance 51 Evaluation 51 Generalizations/or Theory oj Instruction 52 Summary 52 29 30 RESEARCH ON NURSING PRACTICE The intent of the reviewer was to summarize published nursing re­ search on patient education and to draw inferences for a theory of instruction for patient education. In the world of patient care, influ­ encing human learning is a complex process affected by six major categories of variables: (a) characteristics of the patient as learner; (b) characteristics of the nurse as teacher; (c) nurse-patient interaction as instructional strategy; (d) characteristics of the target group; (e) hea1th care setting as learning environment; and (0 content. The first five categories were used as the organizing framework

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Annual Review of Nursing ResearchSpringer Publishing

Published: Sep 1, 1988

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