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Overview of the client education model -- Thinking and learning -- Theories and principles of learning -- Learner and setting assessment -- The child learner -- The adult learner -- The older learner -- The culturally diverse learner -- Learning objectives -- Teaching strategies -- Instructional ma…
An approach to patient education -- Selecting and evaluating sources of patient education materials -- Behavior modification/health maintenance -- Complementary and alternative medicine -- Managing medication nonadherence -- Incorporating patient education into clinical practice -- EENT -- Pulmonar…
Long-term conditions in perspective / Liz Meerabeau -- Case management / Kerri Wright -- Changing approaches to management of long-term conditions / Kerri Wright -- Sociological insights / Liz Meerabeau -- Psychological effects of long-term conditions / Ben Bruneau -- Counselling skills / Val Sande…
Contents: ; Health literacy : history, definitions, and models / Terri Ann Parnell -- Low health literacy and implications / Terri Ann Parnell -- Delivering patient-centered care in a diverse environment / Jennifer H. Mieres -- The health literacy environment : enhancing access and wayfinding / Ter…
"A psychoeducational group treatment program. To be used with Taming Worry Dragons by E. Jane Garland and Sandra L. Clark"
Table of Contents: ; Section A -- Introduction to communication studies in cancer and palliative medicine ; Section B -- A core curriculum for communication skills training for oncology and palliative care ; Section C -- Nursing ; Section D -- A specialty curriculum for oncology ; Section E -- Comm…
Introduction ; Importance, benefits and risks of clinical trials ; Four phases of clinical trials ; Your role as a participant ; Safety aspects of a clinical trial ; Conclusion
Includes: "British Columbia Cancer Agency Policy : Patient Education Resources Policy # III-10" and "Patient Education Resource Approval Form"
Also known as the Pink Book, discusses specific steps in program development and includes examples of their use. Expands upon and replaces two earlier publications titled "Pretesting in health communications" and "Making PSA's work". Sources of additional information on each subject are included …