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Refers to the level at which basic knowledge is learned and stored; incorporates a person's previous experiences and perceptions. cognitive domain
affective domain the intangible component of the learning process that includes feelings, needs, beliefs, values, and opinions.
involves the learning of a new procedure or skill and is often called the "doing" domain psychomotor domain
"Deficient knowledge", "risk for injury" and "noncompliance" are examples of what? Nursing diagnoses related to pt. education and drug therapy
Refers to a situation in which the pt., caregiver or significant other has a limited knowledge base or skills with regard to a medication or medication regimen. deficient knowledge
Name 5 factors (of many) that should be considered during the pt. education process. emotional status, coping mechanisms, cultural background, family relationships, financial status, pt. motivation, nutritional status, religion, race, physical or motor limitations, etc.
Why do nurses need to be aware of the pts. nonverbal communication? because often a pt. will not tell the nurse how they truly feel.
T/F There is a negative correlation between educational levels of hospital nurses and surgical pt. mortality. True: the greater the number of nurses with at least a bachelor's, the lower the pt. mortality (regardless of years of experience).
The steps of the pt. education process (similar to the nursing process). ADPIE: Assess, Diagnose, Plan, Implement, Evaluate
When planning drug therapy goals and outcomes, what criteria need to be considered? Is the timing appropriate? Are the goals realistic? Criteria should be based on pt. needs, stated in pt. terms, and include behaviors that are measurable.
This phase of pt. education includes conveying specific information about the medication to the pt., the family, or caregiver. Implementation
In which phase of pt. education would a nurse consider Erikson's Stages of Development? Why? Assessment phase because it can help determine which psychosocial level of growth and development the pt. has attained.
Name two changes that are related to the growth and aging of pts. that can affect teaching/learning. visual impairment and decreased short-term memory.
What is an educational strategy that a nurse could use if her pt. has decreased visual acuity? ensure that the pts. glasses are clean and that their prescription is current.
Upon completion of any teaching/learning process, documentation should be completed and should include what? notes about the sat_flash_1 provided, strategies used, pt. response to the teaching session, and an overall evaluation of learning.
What are two ways a nurse might evaluate a pts. learning? (1) ask the pt. to repeat information (2) ask the pt. to give a return demonstration of skills
The pts. behavior — such as adherence to the schedule for medication administration with few or no complications — is an indication of what? successful learning
T/F Teaching should always include all three domains (cognitive, affective, an psychomotor). False: it depends on the particular pt. and their particular needs. Sometimes teaching will include all three, but not always.
what are some visual ways to help pts. learn about drug therapies? videos, pamphlets, diagrams

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