Patient Education Plan Essays and Term 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...

      1065 Words | 7 Pages   Pancreas, Pancreatitis, Diabetes in dogs, Acute pancreatitis

  • Patient Education Plan: Endometriosis

    Catalina is a middle class 27-year-old married Hispanic female; she was born and raised in the United States. Her education includes a high school diploma, she attended one year at a community college, and has recently received her certificate in paralegal studies. When Catalina was seven, she had a...

      1333 Words | 4 Pages   Hysterectomy, Endometriosis, Menopause, Depression (mood)

  • 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...

      1573 Words | 6 Pages   Hepatitis C, Hepatitis, Cirrhosis, Infection

  • 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...

      1433 Words | 4 Pages   Health belief model, Uterine fibroid, Practice (learning method), Transformative learning

  • Crohn's Disease: a Patient Education Plan

    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...

      937 Words | 3 Pages   Crohn's disease, Irritable bowel syndrome, Human gastrointestinal tract, Diarrhea

  • Patient Compliance and Patient Education

    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...

      915 Words | 3 Pages   Compliance (medicine), Bloom's taxonomy, Motivation, Education

  • patient education

    Statins and Other Lipid-lowering Medicines | Health Print | Patient.co.uk Page 1 of 3 Statins and Other Lipid-lowering Medicines Statin medicines reduce the blood cholesterol level. This helps to prevent heart disease, stroke and related diseases in people at increased risk. Most people are not...

      1582 Words | 3 Pages   Rosuvastatin, Hypercholesterolemia, Statin, Healthy diet

  • 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...

      2164 Words | 7 Pages   Medical prescription, Compliance (medicine), Pharmacy, Percutaneous coronary intervention

  • 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...

      1281 Words | 4 Pages   Compliance (medicine)

  • 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...

      1350 Words | 4 Pages   Melanoma, Cancer, Sunburn, Skin cancer

  • Patient Education And Drug Therapy

    Lilley, Chapter 7: Patient Education and Drug Therapy EXAM 5 Patient education crucial for helping patients adapt to illness, prevent illness, maintain health and wellness, and provide self-care Three Domains of Learning : cognitive, affective and psychomotor (understanding and paying attention...

      957 Words | 3 Pages   Medical ethics, Health care, Educational assessment, Health

  • 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...

      688 Words | 3 Pages   Fecal occult blood, Colorectal cancer, Diverticulitis, Constipation

  • Preventative Education for the diabetic patient

    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,...

      1532 Words | 5 Pages   Case management (USA health system), Transitional care, Glycated hemoglobin, Preventive healthcare

  • 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...

      1379 Words | 8 Pages  

  • Patient Care Plan For R

     NURSING DIAGNOSIS (in 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:...

      522 Words | 2 Pages   Dehydration

  • 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...

      1346 Words | 5 Pages   Drug rehabilitation, Substance abuse, Cirrhosis, Substance dependence

  • Patient Teaching and Patient Education is an Important Factor

    Patient Teaching and Patient Education is an Important Factor for Medical Assistants Patient teaching and patient education is an important factor for medical assistants to be aware of because good communication with your patients will improve their understanding of their medical conditions, diagnosis...

      278 Words | 1 Pages   Disease

  • 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...

      685 Words | 3 Pages   Disability, Memory, Psychological evaluation

  • 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 ...

      1456 Words | 7 Pages   Pressure ulcer, Hypertension, Lisinopril, Thrombosis

  • Education Plan

    Education Plan My desired field to work in is to help those children who are victims and witnesses of sexual and physical abuse. In dealing with this field it becomes very complex because of the rules and criteria that you must meet in order to either prosecute those who are harming the child, remove...

      1925 Words | 5 Pages   Child abuse

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