Teaching for Health
Elsevier Health Sciences, 1. nov. 2004 - 232 sider
A book on health education for nurses and midwives. It give necessary background on health promotion and health education - what it is, theories of learning and teaching, types of communication involved - then goes on to concentrate on the nurse's teaching role, emphasising an interactive rather than a didactic approach.
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THE PROCESS OF HEALTH TEACHING
Health education concepts and practice
Learning about health
Therapeutic and persuasive communication
Teaching techniques and aids
Preparation for teaching
Implementing teaching plans
Evaluating health teaching
ISSUES IN HEALTH TEACHING
Reﬂections on teaching for health
Questions for review and reﬂection
achieve action activity approach areas aspects assessment beliefs beneﬁts cancer causes of death challenge cognitive colostomy communication deﬁned deﬁnition demonstrated dental caries Department of Health diabetes difﬁcult discussion disease effective evaluation example experience factors feelings ﬁnd ﬁrst goals Health Belief Model Health Canada health education health promotion Health Promotion Agency health teaching health-related identiﬁed important individual individual’s inﬂuence interview involved ischaemic heart disease issues Journal knowledge learner learning needs lifestyle London mental methods mortality motivation Northern Ireland nurse nurse’s Nursing audits objectives Ofﬁce outcome participation patient or client people’s person persuasion positive present problem programmes psychomotor psychomotor learning questions rates reﬂect relevant responsibility role Scotland Scottish self-care session signiﬁcant skills smoking social speciﬁc statistics stoma strategies surgery teacher teaching–learning techniques theories tion topic Wales World Health Organization
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