8 client teaching

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8 client teaching
2011-10-13 07:41:55

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  1. a planned interaction that promotes behavioral change that is not a reult of maturation or coincedence
    teaching-learning process
  2. an active process where in one individial shares information with another to fascilitate learning
  3. the process of assimilating information resulting in behavior change
  4. a way to acheive maximum level of awareness with a client
    sharing knowledge
  5. why is client teaching done
    • to promote wellness
    • prevent illness
    • restore health
    • and fascilitate coping abilities
  6. this focuses on the clients ability to practice healthy behaviors
    client education
  7. planned and goal directed takes place at a specific time, place, and is usually on a specific topic
    formal teaching
  8. teaching that occurs in any setting at any time and when a learning need is identified
    informal teaching
  9. 3 learning domains
    cognitive, affective adn psychomotor domain
  10. domain that involves intellectual understanding; acquisition of facts and data; used in decision making and problem solving
    cognitive domain
  11. domain that involves attitudes, beliefs adn emotions; used in making judements
    affective domain
  12. domain that involves the performance of motor skill; used in physical application of knowledge
    psychomotor domain
  13. techniques to promote learning
    teaching strategies
  14. relevance

    are all examples of
    learning principles
  15. referes to the material to be learned that must be meaningful to the client
  16. forces acting on or within an organism that initiate, direct, and maintain behavior
  17. how can a nurse maximize motivation
    by keeping the teaching-learning goals realistic by breaking the content down into small acheivable steps
  18. the clients active involvement in the learning process that promotes adn enhances learning
  19. sequence of learned information
  20. a peak in the effectiveness of teaching and depth of learning
    learning plateau
  21. the manner by whereby an individual takes in new information and processes the material
    learning style
  22. 3 learning styles
    visual, auditory, kinesthetic
  23. 40-65% of students are ______ learners
  24. barriers of the teaching learning process
    environmental, sociocultural, psychological, and physiological barriers
  25. extenal barriers example
    environmental and sociocultural barrier
  26. internal barrier example
    psychological and physiological barrier
  27. lack of privacy, extraneuos stimuli and interruptions are examples of which barrier
  28. anxiety, fear, anger and depression are examples of which barrier
    psychological barrier
  29. pain, oxygen deprivation, fatigue and hunger are examples of which barrier
    physiological barrier
  30. evidence of willingness to learn
    readiness for learning
  31. requires depth of information that only nurses possess
    client teaching
  32. elements that must be documented as a standard and for legal perspective
    • content
    • teaching method
    • learners
    • client/family response to teaching
  33. professional responsibilities of teaching
    • self awareness
    • documentation
  34. steps for teaching-learning and the nursing process
    • assessment
    • nursing diagnosis
    • planning
    • implementation
    • evaluation
  35. teaching-learning assessment includes
    • ability and readiness to learn
    • client strength and limitation
    • previous experience
  36. teaching-learning nursing diagnosis include
    diagnosis of learning deficiet
  37. important part of planning during teaching-learning process
    goal setting

    includes who what when where and how teaching-learnig is done
  38. assessing the effectiveness of the teaching activites and deciding what modicafications are necessary
  39. learning readiness is affected by
    developmental and sociocultural factors
  40. who requires client teaching
    joint commission
  41. bloom identifies 3 areas learning occurs
    cognitive, affective and psychomotor domain
  42. the nurse must be aware that learning needs
    change throughout the life span