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Effective Patient Education A Guide to Increased Compliance

ISBN-10: 0763731579
ISBN-13: 9780763731571
Edition: 3rd 2004 (Revised)
Authors: Donna R. Falvo
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Description: Effective Patient Education: A Guide to Increased Compliance, Third Edition will help health professionals develop the skills and knowledge to conduct effective patient education in a highly efficient way. It emphasizes a team approach to patient  More...

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Book details

List price: $335.85
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC
Publication date: 12/16/2003
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 388
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.00" long x 1.25" tall
Weight: 1.430
Language: English

Effective Patient Education: A Guide to Increased Compliance, Third Edition will help health professionals develop the skills and knowledge to conduct effective patient education in a highly efficient way. It emphasizes a team approach to patient education, recognizing that, because of the complexity of health care, many health professionals are involved in patient care. This book is therefore written for nurses, physicians, physical therapists, dietitians, pharmacists, and other health care professionals who share responsibility to guide their patients in enhancing and maintaining health and well-being. Effective patient education is a way of communicating that fosters a partnership between the patient and health professional. It involves more than giving information and instruction. In order to conduct effective patient education, health professionals must recognize that individual patient variables influence the degree to which a patient will follow health advice. The health professional can assess the patient's preexisting beliefs and attitudes, fears and anxieties, and individual life and family circumstances in order to communicate health recommendations in accordance with individual patient needs.

Preface
Patient Compliance: A Brief Overview
Defining Patient Compliance
Importance of Compliance
Extent of Noncompliance
Forms of Patient Noncompliance
Causes of Patient Noncompliance
Review of Interventions to Increase Compliance
Role of the Health Professional in Patient Compliance
Patient Education and Patient Compliance
Compliance as Collaboration
The Evolution of Patient Education
Importance of Patient Education Today
Patient Education: A Historical Perspective
Professional Commitment to Patient Education
Arriving at a Definition of Patient Education
Developing Patient Education as a Clinical Skill
Growth and Challenges for Patient Education
Psychosocial Factors in Patient Education and Patient Compliance
Psychosocial Factors in Patient Education
The Patient as an Individual
Understanding Different Personality Styles
Using Knowledge of Patients' Self-Perception to Individualize Patient Teaching
Reactions of Patients to Illness
Coping Styles and Methods of Adaptation
Helping Patients Cope
Enhancing Patients' Motivation to Change
Patient Education as a Process in Patient Care
Teaching and Learning
Categories of Learning
Motivation to Learn
Assessing Patient Needs
Problem Solving in Patient Education
Documentation of Patient Teaching
Evaluation
Life Stages and Patient Teaching: A Developmental Perspective
Development as a Lifelong Process
The Prenatal Period
Teaching Parents
Teaching Children
Infancy
The Toddler
Preschool
Later Childhood
Adolescence
Young Adulthood
Midlife
The Later Years
A Life-Cycle-Centered Approach
The Family in Patient Education and Patient Compliance
Role of the Family
Family Structure and Style
Family and Illness
The Health Professional and the Family
Multicultural Issues in Patient Education and Patient Compliance
A Historical Perspective
Culture
Ethnicity
Acculturation
Cultural Differences and the Health Professional
Gaining Credibility
Communication Issues in Cross-Cultural Patient Education
Use of an Interpreter
Social-Cultural Variations
Family Issues and Cultural Diversity
Approaches
Effective Communication of Health Advice to Enhance Patient Compliance
Exchanging Information
Relationship Skills: Building Rapport
Nonverbal Behavior
Responding to Patients' Verbal Cues
Initiating Patient Teaching
Establishing Goals for Communication
Communicating Information
Helping Patients Remember Instructions
Making the Patient a Partner in Patient Education
The Art of Negotiation
Change in Patient Status
Models of Professional Relationships and Negotiation
Shared Responsibility in Patient Education
The Boundaries of Patient Education
When Negotiation Fails
Facilitating Patient Decision Making
Patient Contracting
Illiteracy in Patient Education and Patient Compliance
Types of Illiteracy
Illiteracy as a Disability
Myths about Illiteracy
Assessing Patients' Literacy Skills
Assessing Readability of Materials
Teaching Patients with Low Literacy Skills
Patient Education and Complementary and Alternative Medicine (CAM)
Defining Complementary and Alternative Medicine
Growth of CAM Use
Who Uses CAM: Myths and Misconceptions
Patient Disclosure about CAM Use
Attitudes of Health Professionals toward CAM
Patient Motivation for Using CAM
Importance of Discussing CAM
Patient Education about CAM
Teaching Patients about Safety Issues Regarding CAM
The Role of the Health Professional
Integrative Approaches
Patient Education and Patient Compliance Issues for Older Adults
Demographic Change
Defining Aging
Rate of Aging
Attitudes of Health Professionals
Avoiding Stereotypes
Generational Differences
Cultural Differences
Patient Education Needs of Older Adults
Barriers to Effective Patient Education with Older Adults
Barriers to Patient Compliance in Older Adults
Special Teaching Needs of Older Patients
Involving a Third Party in Patient Teaching
Maximizing Communication Effectiveness with Older Adults
Effective Patient Education with Older Adults
Patient Education about End-of-Life Issues
Importance of Teaching about End-of-Life Issues
Reluctance to Talk about End-of-Life Issues
Cultural Variations in Death and Dying
Understanding Death and Dying in the Context of the Patient
Reactions to Bad News
Understanding End-of-Life Issues in the Context of the Family
Communication Skills in Teaching about End-of-Life Issues
Teaching about Advance Directives
Breaking Bad News
Teaching Patients Living with Life-Threatening Illness
Patient Education in Terminal Stages of Disease
The Family Conference
Impact of End-of-Life Teaching
Ethical Issues in Patient Education and Patient Compliance
Ethical Theories
Ethical Principles
Values
Identifying Ethical Issues in Patient Education and Patient Compliance
The Health Professional/Patient Relationship
Ethical Issues in Research in Patient Education and Patient Compliance
Ethical Patient Education Practices
Informed Consent
The Meaning of Informed Consent
The Function of Informed Consent
How Much Information to Disclose
Consent-Implied or Explicit
Who Obtains Consent
Assessing Patients' Ability to Give Consent
Concepts of Competence for Informed Consent
Consent from Special Patients
Use of Consent Forms
Communication in Informed Consent
Family Involvement in Informed Consent
Instructional Aids for Patient Education: Used or Abused
Using Teaching Aids
Written Aids
Choosing Written Aids
Use of Audiovisual Aids
Presenting Teaching Aids
Developing Teaching Aids
Developing a Patient Education Newsletter
Computers
Using the Internet
Using Teaching Aids Effectively
Issues in Research and Evaluation in Patient Education and Patient Compliance
Importance of Research and Evaluation
Defining Research and Evaluation
Steps in Program Evaluation
Steps in Research
Measurement in Research and Evaluation
Qualitative Methods in Research
Collaboration in Research and Evaluation
Managing a Research Project
Specific Issues in Patient Education Research and Evaluation
Specific Issues in Patient Compliance Research
Future Directions for Research
Index

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