The practice of patient education / Barbara Klug Redman.Material type: TextPublication details: St. Louis : Mosby, c1997Edition: 8th edDescription: xi, 289 p. : ill. ; 24 cmISBN: 0815193572Other title: Patient educationSubject(s): Patient education | Nurse and patient | Nurse-Patient Relations | Patient Education as Topic | Nursing Care | MedicineDDC classification: 615.5 RED LOC classification: RT90 | .R43 1997NLM classification: WY 87 R318p 1996
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Rev. ed. of: The process of patient education. 7th ed. c1993.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Pt. I. The Practice of Patient Education. 1. The Practice of Patient Education: Overview. 2. Motivation and Learning. 3. Educational Objectives and Instruction. 4. Evaluation and Research in Patient Education -- Pt. II. The Infrastructure for Delivery of Patient Education. 5. Cancer Patient Education. 6. Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Patient Education. 7. Diabetes Self-Management Education. 8. Education for Pregnancy and Parenting and Education of Children. 9. Patient Self-Management for the Rheumatic Diseases. 10. Other Areas of Patient Education Practice. 11. Patient Education and Health Policy. App. C. Meta-analyses and Other Research Reviews -- App. D. Patient Education: Rights, Standards, Guidelines, Accreditation, and Organizational Statements -- App. E. Resources for Patient Education.
The Practice of Patient Education, formerly entitled The Process of Patient Education, is considered the classic in its field. This eighth edition reflects a shift of focus from the theory of the learning process to the practice of patient teaching. With subject matter ranging from pregnancy and parenting to AIDS, the information provided in The Practice of Patient Education, eighth edition, represents the most current research and clinical practice in the field of patient education.