"Patient Education Plan" Essays and Research Papers

  • Patient Education Plan

    Patient Educational Plan Karen Cortes NURS427 February 21, 2011 Shannon Smith, Facilitator Patient Description Pamela is 30 years old and a married Filipina with a two-year-old daughter. She was born in the Philippines and came to the United States at age 13. She has a high school diploma and she attended Cal Poly Pomona and received her degree in Electrical Engineering. She works Monday thru Friday at least eight to nine hours a day and still takes work home...

    Abdominal pain, Family, Gastroenterology 1065  Words | 7  Pages

  • Patient Education Plan: Teaching the Patient with Hepatitis C

    Health Education Plan: Teaching the Patient with Hepatitic C For years, nursing was a task-oriented career. A nurse’s primary responsibility was to provide for the physical needs of patients experiencing illness. Nursing has evolved into a profession, which holistically treats and educates patients in a variety of health situations including acute illness, chronic disease, and preventative care. The competent practice of patient education has become a critical element in nursing. This paper will...

    Cirrhosis, Hepatitis, Hepatitis A 1573  Words | 6  Pages

  • Patient Education Plan for Uterine Fibroids

    Patient Education Plan for Uterine Fibroids Ramona Pullum University of Phoenix NUR/427 Barbara Deets May 13, 2010 Patient Education Plan for Uterine Fibroids Uterine fibroids are muscular tumors that grow in the wall of the uterus (womb). Another medical term for uterine fibroids is "leiomyoma" (leye-oh-meye-OH-muh) or just "myoma". Fibroids are almost always benign or non cancerous. Fibroids can grow as a single tumor, or there can be many of them in the uterus. They can be as...

    Endometrium, Gynecology, Menopause 1433  Words | 4  Pages

  • Patient Compliance and Patient Education

    acquiescing, or yielding. The patient is passively abide by the advice and yield to the health care professional. It has a dictatorial connotation. The patient abides by the goals of the health professional. In contrast, the terms adherence and collaboration are used to describe implied that patients have more autonomy and independent in following their treatment planning. Adherence is based on patient-centered model; through research, it has shown to promote patient satisfaction and health outcomes...

    Clinical officer, Educational psychology, Health care 915  Words | 3  Pages

  • Crohn's Disease: a Patient Education Plan

    disease. Sarah lives with both parents and two younger brothers in suburban Maryland. It is noted that Sarah's maternal grandmother had irritable bowel syndrome. Sarah is planning on going to college in the fall and will need a large amount of education on nutrition, medications, and symptoms of the disease so that she can manage the disease independently. Sarah states that she learns best by reading. Crohn's disease is a chronic disorder that causes inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract...

    Abdominal pain, Colon, Crohn's disease 937  Words | 3  Pages

  • Patient Education

    Psychosocial Factors and Patient Education 09 Oct 11 Zahava Ohana Homework Week Two (1) Give examples of psychosocial factors that affect the health care professional and the effect those factors could have on the patient education; Patient’s background. For example, that patient came from a background that does not believe on any medicines. They go to a “voodoo doctor” for some spiritual interventions and they are content on that. Because they are not too well educated or maybe it is...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 1281  Words | 4  Pages

  • Patient Education

    CONTINUING EDuCAtiON Defining the Pharmacist’s role in Patient Education By Shannon Reidt, PharmD and Todd D. Sorensen, PharmD Upon conclusion of this program, the pharmacist should be able to: 1. Explain the need for pharmacist-based patient education. 2. List the steps recommended for the pharmacist-conducted patient education process. 3. Describe the recommended components of the pharmacist-conducted patient education. 4. Evaluate the evidence supporting patient medication education. 5. Explain...

    Health care, Health care provider, Medical prescription 2164  Words | 7  Pages

  • Preventative Education for the diabetic patient

    Moving Toward Preventative Education in the Diabetic Patient Chronic illnesses affect patients in all age groups in all of the ethnical and socioeconomic groups within the United States (Cohen & Cesta, 2005). The treatment and management of a chronic illness is a life-long task for the patient, the caregiver, and healthcare provider. The patient and caregiver need to understand the illness, how to manage the disease at home, but most importantly how to prevent further complications of the illness...

    Diabetes mellitus, Health care, Health care provider 1532  Words | 5  Pages

  • Teaching Plan for Npo Patient

    Teaching plan 1 Running head: Teaching plan for NPO patient Teaching plan for NPO patient Dona Hubbard Hampton University NUR-327-01-F07 Georgiana Bougher and Brenda Rhea November 3, 2007 Teaching plan 2 The purpose of a teaching plan is to educate a patient about treatment, medications, diet, or any procedure that pertains to their care. If the client is educated then there is a better chance that they will be compliant with the instructions for their care. The nurse...

    Education, Educational psychology, Evaluation 685  Words | 3  Pages

  • Patient Teaching Plan

     Patient teaching plan Cleven Isidor HSC-175 Mrs. Scott, MSN, RN-C Patient teaching plan During a clinical rotation we come into contact with many patients, from many different backgrounds, with many different disease processes which effect their systems. Each patient has their own manifestations, of signs and symptoms, along with courses of action which are taken to best meet their individual needs. One of the tools used when caring for a patient is education. CDC.gov states “A well-informed...

    Clostridium difficile, Education, Medical diagnosis 1379  Words | 8  Pages

  • Patient Education Assignment

    Patient Education Project The purpose of this paper is to develop a plan to teach a specific target group of clients regarding the risk of skin cancer and the impact that skin cancer has on one's health. Included in the discussion will be the assessment of what the patient needs to know, readiness to learn, and educational methods to be used. Skin Cancer Skin cancer, which is caused from ultraviolet rays, is extremely prevalent, with over a million cases occurring annually...

    American Cancer Society, Cancer, Human skin color 1350  Words | 4  Pages

  • Health Education Plan

    Health Education Plan Health Education Plan This health education plan’s creation was based on the information collected from the Windshield Survey of the Hutchinson, KS area.   This plan is directed towards the whole community.   I will include in this plan: a description of the educational need; establish a goal and three objectives for the community; select two appropriate educational methods; outlines the steps to implement the plan; and evaluates the educational process including...

    Adipose tissue, Cancer, Dieting 1538  Words | 4  Pages

  • Diabetes Education Plan

    necessary the inclusion of oral hypoglycemic agents (Australian Institute of Health and Welfare [AIHW], 2008). Therefore, the aim of the education plan is to assist the client to make educated lifestyle choices and changes that will improve health outcomes and reduce the risk of diabetic complications. The education plan will develop evidence-based client education strategies that focus on diabetes management and the modification of unhealthy lifestyle behaviours. According to Funnell, Anderson, Austin...

    Blood sugar, Diabetes, Diabetes mellitus 1598  Words | 5  Pages

  • Patient Education Project

    Patient Education Project The digestive system is a very complex but efficient system that allows the intake and disposal of material that allows the body to perform routine daily activities. The digestive system allows the intake of food and water to be broken down to be used for energy. The digestive system is made up of the mouth, esophagus, stomach, small and large intestines, colon and the rectum. A Potential life-threatening disease of the digestive system is color-rectal cancer. Color-rectal...

    Abdomen, Cancer, Colon 688  Words | 3  Pages

  • Professionalism: Education in Scotland and Patients

    required by the profession. Secondly, we must uphold the highest standards of ethical and professional behavior in carrying out our profession. Lastly, I am looking into building quality relationship with patients. I think that the practice of medicine involves a compact trusts between patients and us, a social contract termed a fiduciary relationship. This contract with society allows us to regulate ourselves, both personally and professionally. Throughout these four years, I realized that professionalism...

    Education in Scotland, Learning, Management 1349  Words | 4  Pages

  • Patient Care Plan For R

    priority order) PATIENT-CENTERED GOALS NURSING INTERVENTION RATIONALE EVALUATION Risk for hypovolemia related to excessive fluid loss secondary to caesarean section as evidenced by: Subjective Data: Patient states: “I feel lightheaded and weak.” Objective Data: Elevated pulse (97), blood loss from C-section of 704 mL, low hemoglobin (8.1) and hematocrit levels (24.7). (Before C-section, her hemoglobin levels were 13.1, her hematocrit levels 36). Short Term Goal Patient will exhibit no...

    Caesarean section, Childbirth, Goal 522  Words | 2  Pages

  • Patient Educational Plan

    Patient Educational Plan Nur/427 Monday, March 29, 2010 Sara Gerrie, MSN Introduction Prolonged and chronic ethanol (ETOH) use has devastating effects on the gastrointestinal (GI) tract. ETOH is easily absorbed from the intestine and diffuses quickly throughout the body. The bulk of the ETOH is metabolized in the liver. ETOH abuse produces functional and structural changes in the GI tract, such as in the stomach, small intestine, liver, and pancreas (Geokas, Lieber, French, & Halsted 1981)...

    Addiction, Alcohol, Alcohol abuse 1346  Words | 5  Pages

  • Teaching Plan for a Diabetic Patient

    Clinical Journal and Care Plan Clinical Preparation & Journal Form Student Name:wolie Date: 10/24/2011 1. Biographical Data: DOB: 09/25/1959, Female, 61 y.o.a. Initials: M.S. Age & Sex: 61 years and female Ht/wt: Race/Ethnicity: white Culture and Religion: Christian Living Arrangements: nursing home People in Home (number and relationship): 1 roommate Reason for hospitalization: MRSA isolation, Post-op or left knee replacement Past Health History...

    Blood pressure, Hypertension, Knee replacement 1456  Words | 7  Pages

  • Health Education Plan

    Health Education Plan The education plan that I have created comes partly from my Windshield survey, and from my Friedman Family Assessment. My education plan will identify educational needs, establish goals and objectives, show appropriate educational methods, I will outline the steps to implement my education plan, and I will evaluate the educational process including educator and process...

    Addiction, Adolescence, Drug addiction 926  Words | 3  Pages

  • Lesson Plan for Physical Education

    Lesson Plan in Physical Education (P.E.) IV I. Objectives A. Describes the correct concept of good posture; B. Exhibits the value of discipline; and C. Demonstrates the correct sitting and standing postures. II. Subject Matter A. Topic Correct Body Posture B. References Lesson Plans in Physical Education 4. (2008). Fundal, M. J. et. al. Malones Printing Press and Publishing House: Iloilo City, Philippines, pp. 1 – 6. Lesson Plans in Physical Education 5. (2008)...

    Chair, Demonstration, Iloilo City 969  Words | 5  Pages

  • Teaching Plan

    Teaching Plan for Newly Diagnosed Diabetes Teaching Plan for Newly Diagnosed Diabetic PatientThe Identified Learning Need Patients with Diabetes have very comprehensive learning needs. The learning needs arefocused on managing their glucose levels and preventing complications of diabetes. Learningneeds for managing diabetes are complex and include: monitoring blood glucose levels,menu/food planning, exercise, medications, skin care, management of co-existing disease processes, knowledge of medications...

    Blood sugar, Diabetes, Diabetes mellitus 1238  Words | 4  Pages

  • SYSTEMS, PROCESSES, EDUCATION AND TRAINING: HELP FOR NURSES TO PROMOTE PATIENT SAFETY

    SYSTEMS, PROCESSES, EDUCATION AND TRAINING: HELP FOR NURSES TO PROMOTE PATIENT SAFETY Hospital mission statements provide a statement of purpose. They inspire employees to provide quality care. Remembering your mission statement in crucial situations can help stakeholders refocus and think more critically. In Nursing, there are many resources available, to which nurses can refer, to obtain information and education to assist them in providing quality care, based on scientific knowledge. ...

    Florence Nightingale, Health care, Hospital 849  Words | 3  Pages

  • Principles of Education

    Word Count: 1646 Appendices: 4 A Plan for a Health Education Session Theoretical and practical teaching and learning are the fundamental aspects of education. Since the early 20th century, education has been an essential part of nursing (Bastable 2008). Nurse educators encounter a diversity of learning styles and are challenged when needed to develop and adapt their teaching methods to accommodate students learning (Arthurs 2007). Mentors have a responsibility to assist the student within...

    Auditory learning, Education, Educational psychology 2087  Words | 7  Pages

  • Essaythe Influence Patient Education Has in Health Care Using the Experiences of a Patient

    Essay . Patient health care shifted over time. Formerly patients passively stood by the advice given by their clinicians. Health care was based on authoritarianism hence patients were given a scarce amount of information and health professionals decided what information was given. Conversely over time patients showed more initiative and got more involved with their health care. Health professional’s fostering more patient-centered teaching to enhance patient compliance...

    Health care provider, Patient 914  Words | 4  Pages

  • Organizational Plan

     Organizational Change Plan Nicole DeMase HCS/587 September 1, 2014 Doria Chege Organizational Change Plan Falls are a common cause of morbidity and the leading cause of nonfatal injuries and trauma-related hospitalizations in the United States (Center for Disease Control and Prevention, 2012). Falls can occur in home and as well as in any health care facility. In hospitals, falls consistently make up the largest single category of reported incidents, with most falls occurring...

    Evaluation, Fall, Hospital 1712  Words | 7  Pages

  • Patient Navigator

    interventions and outcomes Initiates communication with patients before screening and diagnostic procedures/treatments Informs patients of services and resources Increases health awareness in individuals The Patient Navigator will establish early contact with cancer patients within the community to eliminate the barriers to timely diagnosis and treatment. This position will compassionately provide patients with resources, support programs and services available through...

    American Cancer Society, Cancer, Health care 1421  Words | 5  Pages

  • Education: Key to Managing Diabetes

     Education: Key to Managing Diabetes Nebraska Wesleyan University Abstract Diabetes is a chronic condition prevalent in the United States. Failure to manage the disease is costly in that it can cause individuals to have increased comorbidities, reduced life expectancy, and extreme financial burdens. Educating the population enables individuals to avoid these pitfalls. Differing methods of education have been investigated and show promise of improved disease management. These...

    Blood sugar, Diabetes, Diabetes mellitus 789  Words | 3  Pages

  • Education

    Education This paper will outline the differences in competencies between Associate Degree in Nursing (ADN), and Bachelor in Science of Nursing (BSN) prepared nurses. Then identify a patient care situation describing how nursing care or approaches to decision making may differ based upon the educational preparation of the nurse. The Free online Dictionary (2013) depicts competency as “The quality of being competent or capable of performing an allotted function.” Here is a comparison of two different...

    Academic degree, Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Bachelor's degree 1210  Words | 4  Pages

  • Education

    children will be receiving their education from a strong and healthy school. The Michelle Obama fitness plan promotes a healthier lifestyle for children in school. Her campaign is called “Let’s Move” and she has a lot to offer to families. This campaign offers all of the necessities needed in order to make healthy choices. This campaign also promises healthier food choices in the nations schools along with affordable, attainable, healthy food in their communities. Her plan motivates kids to be active...

    2008 Democratic National Convention, Barack Obama, Democratic Party 1001  Words | 3  Pages

  • lesson plan for physical education

    Emmanuel Chmielewski Unit Plan: Basketball Grade Level: 9th Grade Number of Classes: 3 Class Size: 12 Time per Class: 50 min I. Primary Goals or Purposes A. To enhance motor proficiency in students B. To enhance cognitive growth of students C. To enhance an understanding of the game of basketball D. To develop good social skills by working within a group and with a partner II. General Behavior Objectives A. Psychomotor 1. The student will demonstrate the following basketball...

    Basketball, Big Ten Conference, Drill 315  Words | 3  Pages

  • Teaching Plan

    Manual – Nursing Practice Manual John Dempsey Hospital – Department of Nursing The University of Connecticut Health Center TEACHING PLAN FOR: Medication Teaching DESIRED PATIENT OUTCOMES: 1. Patient will verbalize understanding of therapeutic use: a. Rationale b. Target symptoms medication is treating c. Expectations of medication effects 2. Patient will verbalize understanding of medication prescribed: a. Name of medication (generic and trade) b. Dosage c. Frequency d....

    Food and Drug Administration, Hospital, Medicine 597  Words | 3  Pages

  • Teaching Plan for Diabetes Mellitus

    Teaching Plan for Diabetes Mellitus Teaching Plan for Diabetes Mellitus Bonny York Jacksonville University Nursing 342 October 10 2011 Teaching Plan for Diabetes Mellitus 1 The Identified Learning Need Patients with diabetes have very comprhensive learning needs. The learning needs are focused on managing their glucose levels and preventing complications of diabetes. Learning needs...

    Blood glucose monitoring, Blood sugar, Diabetes 1897  Words | 7  Pages

  • Physical Education Lesson Plan

    need to rearrange a bit. In order for the relay race to be fair each group would need an even mixture of older students versus younger students. References Hastie, P. (2012). Foundations of moving & learning. San Diego, CA. Bridgepoint Education, Inc. NASPE (2008). Washington State K-12 state standards. Retrieved from http://www.k12.wa.us/HealthFitness/Standards-GLEs/HealthFitnessStateStandards.PDF....

    Association football, Association football terminology, Ball games 1466  Words | 5  Pages

  • An Example of a Discharge Teaching Plan for a Psychiatric Patient.

    Discharge Teaching Plan Patient History Patient is a white female admitted with Mood Disorder NOS and R/O Bipolar Disorder. She has a strong family history—mother is positive for Bipolar Disorder and Anxiety Disorder and has attempted suicide 3X since January. Her uncle is positive for Personality Disorder. Patient was raped at her stepfather, sexually abused by her Grandfather whom she resides, and physically abused by her biological father whom she resided with for 6 months, prior to moving...

    Antidepressant, Bipolar disorder, Citalopram 678  Words | 3  Pages

  • Patient Falls

    Case Study Analysis - Patients Falls Case Study Analysis - Patients Falls Quality management departments collect and analyze data to ensure quality care that is safe and effective for patients. Positive outcomes are crucial for success, and are measured objectively to monitor, and revise improvement programs implemented. Regulatory and accreditation agencies set the standards for patient safety defining quality indicators that health care organizations measure, and evaluate to...

    Health care, Health care provider, Hospital 1641  Words | 6  Pages

  • Hospital Disaster Plan

    the morning of Monday, August 29, in southeast Louisiana. The storm surge was the cause of much of the destruction. The levee system catastrophically filed resulting in major flooding and destroyed the patients files stored in the basement of the hospital. It is managements plans to keep patients records secure by implementing new policies and procedures for responding to an emergency that has the potential of damaging systems that contain electronic protected health information by scanning paper...

    Electronic medical record, Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, Hospital 1879  Words | 4  Pages

  • Care Plan

    given the unfortunate diagnosis of metastatic breast cancer. When considering the current and future needs of this client, significant thought and planning must be directed toward the client's level of well being. In the case of a terminally ill patient, it is important to help facilitate a high quality of life that encompasses both physical and psychological health. I would recommend initiating palliative care for Mrs. Thomas. Palliative care would allow the client to receive a combined and holistic...

    Hospice, Nursing, Nursing care plan 1664  Words | 10  Pages

  • Education

    STATE OF PHILIPPINE EDUCATION By: Bro. Armin A. Luistro FSC (DepEd Secretary) In our present time , there are many speculation spoken by different people, regarding the implementation of the new Curriculum , K to 12.There are many question still hanging on ,Is it the solution to our poverty , underemployment and unemployment.? Does K to 12 curriculum basically enhance our students knowledge? Does this curriculum eliminates at lessen poverty in our country. Our...

    Curriculum, Economic system, Education 623  Words | 4  Pages

  • Education

    National Education Policy 1979 By Roll No.01,48,12,37,41 National Education Policy 1979 What is education? Meaning: The "education" has been derived from Latin words "Educare”. “Educare" means to train, to bring and lead out', so we can say that education is to bring up, to developing and shaping up the individual talent and his inner potentialities. Definition: Education is a process in which and by which the knowledge, characters and behavior of the human being are shaped and molded...

    College, Education, Educational stages 1174  Words | 7  Pages

  • Sexual Education Lesson Plan Example

    Rationale Condoms are an important topic in any sex education curriculum, increasingly so in those of the high school level. In today’s society, a staggering percentage of these individuals will become sexually active so it is ever so important that we inform them properly about safer sex in order to help prevent teenage pregnancies and the transfer of Sexually Transmitted Diseases or STD’s. The Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States states that, “The U.S. has one of the...

    AIDS, Birth control, Condom 1422  Words | 5  Pages

  • Care Plan

    of a patients care within the service. Doing this came with responsibility that I had not had in previous placements. My preceptor had explained to me the process involved in care planning for a patient on the unit, the doctor will do the majority of the assessment, the nurse carries out the risk assessment and completes Roper Logan and Tierney nursing assessment which is the nursing model used by the Louth/Meath services. The nurse also carries out an admission checklist. When the patient has...

    Nursing, Nursing care plan, Nursing process 2296  Words | 6  Pages

  • Nursing education

    Introduction  The Essentials of Baccalaureate Education for Professional Nursing Practice provides  the educational framework for the preparation of professional  nurses. This document  describes the outcomes expected of graduates of  baccalaureate nursing programs.  The Essentials apply to all pre­licensure and RN complet ion programs, whether the  degree  is  baccalaureate or graduate entry. Program curricula are designed to prepare  students to meet the end­of­program outcomes delineated under each...

    Ion, Ion Television 1828  Words | 5  Pages

  • Patient Tracer Summary

    RAFT Task 3 Tracer Patient summary: A 67year old female patient was scheduled for a laparoscopic hysterectomy. However 5 weeks prior to hospitalization she was hospitalized and the case was converted to an open procedure due to excessive bleeding. After being discharged she developed fever and drainage and was readmitted again for possible postoperative infection seven days ago. On day two of admission she underwent surgery for post operative abscess and insertion for a central line for long-term...

    Florence Nightingale, Hospital, Management 1244  Words | 4  Pages

  • Care of Suicidal Patient in Ed

    This article is about caring for pediatric patients who are suicidal. I believe in coincided with what we have recently been learning about during our clinical experience. I was also interested in this article because I had worked in pediatrics for six years prior to working in a rehab/nursing home setting. After reading this article, I learned ways to carefully screen the pediatric patient, how to do an assessment and how some families act and what measures of support they need during their families...

    Emergency department, Hospital, Medicine 1222  Words | 4  Pages

  • education

    The Purpose of Education Today Nowadays, most of the people in the world will have a chance to get educated. Many high school and colleges graduates would like to attend four-year University or higher education. They believed that education is a code to help them get success. But why people need to be educated, and what is the purpose of education? When we were young, we thought that we go to school is because of family expectation. After we grow up, we think that it is because of popular trend...

    Education, Higher education, Higher education in Canada 858  Words | 4  Pages

  • Management Plan for Security and Privacy

    Management Plan for Security and Privacy 1 Management Plan for Security and Privacy 2 Abstract Many times, disaster recovery planning fails to consider how diverse regulations and compliance issues will impact an organization after a natural disaster strikes (Talon, 2006). For instance, organizations regulated by the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA), will discover that disaster recovery planning can be a complex web of potential pitfalls...

    Data management, Electronic health record, Electronic medical record 1269  Words | 4  Pages

  • Psycho Education- Family Systems

    r Report on Family Systems Tools Report on Family Systems Tools Family psycho education has many different models each model includes common elements. The different models of family psycho education include single and multiple family groups, mixed groups that include patient and family members, groups of varying duration, and groups that focus on families and the patient at different stages during the illness, or problem. Multi-family groups are thought to be very successful in treating...

    Family therapy, Mental disorder, Mental health 1776  Words | 6  Pages

  • education

    CHAPTER II Review of Related Literature Related Literature History of World Education With the gradual rise of more complex civilizations in the river valleys of Egypt and Babylonia, knowledge became too complicated to transmit directly from person to person and from generation to generation. To be able to function in complex societies, man needed some way of accumulating, recording, and preserving his cultural heritage. So with the rise of trade, government, and formal religion came the invention...

    Elementary school, Junior school, Kindergarten 869  Words | 2  Pages

  • Nurses Role and Individualised Patient Care

    The Author will describe the nurses role and discuss individualised patient care based around legal and ethical frameworks that guide and govern nurses in their roles as healthcare professionals. A five stage process to nursing care is one framework use to deliver this care and consists of assessment, diagnosis, care planning, implementation and evaluation and is an on-going, continuous cycle that only ends when goals are achieved and homeostasis is restored, or reasonable expectations of health...

    Health care, Health care provider, Nurse 1503  Words | 5  Pages

  • Clinical Teaching Plan

    INTENSIVE NURSING PRACTICUM 2nd Semester School Year 2011 - 2012 Clinical Teaching Plan Cagayan Valley Medical Center (Surgery Ward) Prepared by: ____________________________________ Noted by: _________________________________________ Approved By: ______________________________________________ CLINICAL TEACHING PLAN DESCRIPTION OF LEARNERS * an assessment tool used for identifying an individual student's strengths and needs in various content and developmental areas...

    Florence Nightingale, Health, Health care 1808  Words | 7  Pages

  • History of Education and Philosophy of Nurse Education

    The History and Philosophy of Nurse Education Amy Allin Capella University Abstract Each educator brings to the academic arena their own personal nursing philosophy that is based on experience and is historic in nature. By studying the history of nursing, the educator is able to guide the student through their education process. As an educator the nurse becomes an extension of one’s own personal philosophy. Nursing theory serves as the foundation on which to develop a personal philosophy...

    Bachelor of Science in Nursing, Education, Florence Nightingale 1416  Words | 4  Pages

  • Patient Focused Care

    The Care Transitions Intervention was developed to help improve patient quality and safety during significant transitions in care. 3. Hospital at Home - Hospital at Home relies on the ability to bring diagnostic and therapeutic care technologies and providers into the home setting. While the physician visits daily, the RN serves as the coordinator of care, patient education, and ancillary services. 4. Planetree Patient Centered Care - The holistic care model encourages healing in all...

    Health, Health care, Health care provider 1026  Words | 4  Pages

  • Congestive Heart Failure (CHF): The Treatment Plan

    2013) .In the case scenario of Mr. P 76 year old man comes with the history of cardiomyopathy and CHF and in the past repeatedly admitted for the management of CHF symptoms. This essay discusses about approach to care, treatment plan, patient and family education and teaching plan that is given to Mr.P. Approach of Care In this given case scenario, Mr.P not only has medical problem he also has some psychological and social problems as well. The client present with difficulty in breathing, pulmonary...

    Cardiology, Congenital heart defect, Coronary artery disease 764  Words | 3  Pages

  • Overview of Education in Health Care

    Chapter 1 Overview of Education in Health Care Historical Foundations of the Nurse Educator Role • Health education has long been considered a standard care-giving role of the nurse. • Patient teaching is recognized as an independent nursing function. • Nursing practice has expanded to include education in the broad concepts of health and illness. Organizations and Agencies Promulgating Standards and Mandates: 1. NLNE (NLN)  first observed health teaching as an important...

    Education, Health, Health care 1156  Words | 6  Pages

  • Personal Career Development Plan

    PERSONAL CAREER DEVELOPMENT PLAN Ruth Ann Loyd Jacksonville University Professional Nursing NUR352SI Kathleen Kavanagh September 4, 2013 Abstract My personal career development plan consists of short and long-term goals advancements in my education towards a MSN degree and moving into the nurse practitioner role. It contains the plans on how I intend to transition into that role along with the responsibilities, necessary education and license requirements. I have also listed the pros and...

    Academic degree, Goal, Intrinsic value 1395  Words | 4  Pages

  • Education

    Education Education, I’d have to say it’s the one thing that many students complain about everyday but inside secretly enjoy like the song “Call Me Maybe”. Even though I might not be fond of getting up at six everyday to go learn, I know many parents around the world would kill for their child to have the opportunities I have in the society I live in. I receive a world-class education, with many opportunities to further my learning at a college or university. It isn’t only the knowledge I get...

    Education, Education in the United States, High school 2417  Words | 7  Pages

  • Nurse to Patient Ratio

    Nurse To Patient Ratio Medtech College Ethics August 16, 2010 The past decade has been a turbulent time for US hospitals and practicing nurses. News media have trumpeted urgent concerns about hospital understaffing and growing hospital nurse shortage. Nurses nationwide consistently report that hospital nurse staffing levels are inadequate to provide safe and effective care. Physicians agree, citing inadequate nurse staffing as a major impediment to the provision on high quality of care...

    Health care, Health care provider, Healthcare 2323  Words | 6  Pages

  • Professional Development Plan

    Plan � SEQ CHAPTER H R 1RUNNING HEAD: PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN Kristen Bunge University of Phoenix NUR/391 March 19, 2008 PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN My professional plan is to grow as a nurse by gaining knowledge through school and my daily experiences, so in five years I can care for patients and families as a nurse practitioner. I will make short term and long term goals to help guide me down my path as I transition into the role of professional nurse;...

    Future, Goal, Management 1128  Words | 4  Pages

  • Hospice Care Plan

     Hospice Care Plan Walden University Hospice Care Plan Mrs. Thomas has a history of breast cancer and is status post bilateral mastectomies with subsequent radiation and chemotherapy treatments. She has recently been diagnosed with lung metastasis and further treatment is not recommended by her physician and due to a poor prognosis he is recommending palliative care. Mrs. Thomas has been spending most of her days in her bed crying. She has had very little contact...

    Death, Health care, Hospice 2003  Words | 6  Pages

  • Education Assistant's Role in Education

    Significant reforms have been made to the education system due to the demands of a fast changing and increasingly competitive global economy. The need to provide quality education that maximizes the potential of every child and raise standards of pupil performance has increased the demand for education assistants and broadened the range of responsibilities they perform. In the past, an education assistant’s role involved preparing materials for the classroom, childcare and pastoral care. However...

    Curriculum, Education, Educational psychology 1542  Words | 5  Pages

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