Advances in Patient Education, 1st Edition by Barbara K. Redman PhD RN FAAN

By Barbara K. Redman PhD RN FAAN

This publication presents an integrative research of recent advances in sufferer schooling, and the present country of the sector. Written via certainly one of sufferer education's most excellent specialists, the ebook makes a speciality of the next very important parts: studying concept; ethics; size & results; coaching for self administration of persistent affliction; mode of supply; and psychological future health. The starting to be significance of patient-centered care, and the massive variety of people with a number of continual ailments deals sufferer schooling the chance to develop as an self sustaining and primary a part of the health and wellbeing care procedure.

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Julian, D. (2000). Blood glucose awareness training. In F. J. Snoek & T. C. ), Psychology in diabetes care (pp. 169–206). New York: John Wiley & Sons. Grump, B. , Matthews, K. , Scheier, M. , Bridges, M. , & Magovern, G. , Sr. (2001). Illness representations according to age and effects on health behaviors following coronary artery bypass graft surgery. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society, 49, 284–289. Hagger, M. , & Orbell, S. (2003). A meta-analytic review of the commonsense model of illness representations.

Creating Discuss limitations of conditions misconceptions: for concepwhat one loses by tual change maintaining misconceptions. Make links between misconceptions and consequences of acting on them. 4. Introducing Present credible inreplaceformation to rement inplace current formation misconceptions. ” “It sounds to me like your concerns about addiction might get in the way of good pain relief. Many times people get in a situation where they have a lot of pain, but are reluctant to take pain medicines and they end up not being able to do the things they enjoy doing (tie to personal consequences shared by patient in assessment phase).

The concept of precancer was difficult for them to understand, as was the inherent ambiguity of low-grade Pap smear findings. The women were informed of their results by letter and did not understand what it meant or what they were supposed to do. The women’s explanations and concerns emerged only after systematic probing, which was not routinely being done in these practices (Karasz, McKee, & Roybal, 2003). Examples of Lay Model Usefulness Studies of lay models in cardiovascular illness are instructive.

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