Table of contents for Essentials of patient education / [edited by] Susan B. Bastable.

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Part I Perspectives on Teaching and Learning
1 Overview of Education in Health Care
	Susan B. Bastable
 Historical Foundations for the Teaching Role of Nurses
 Social, Economic, and Political Trends Affecting Health Care
 Purpose, Goals, and Benefits of Patient Education
 The Education Process Defined
 The Teaching Role of the Nurse
 Barriers to Teaching and Obstacles to Learning
 Questions Relevant to Teaching and Learning
2 Ethical, Legal, and Economic Foundations of the Educational Process
M. Janice Nelson
 An Introduction to Ethics, Morality, and the Law
 Ethical and Legal Principles in Health Care
 Application of Ethical Principles to Patient Teaching
 Patients' Rights to Information
 The Importance of Documentation
 Economic Factors of Patient Education
3 Applying Learning Theories to Health Care
	Margaret M. Braungart and Richard G. Braungart
 Learning Theories
 Applying Learning Theories in Practice
Part II Characteristics of the Learner
4 Determinants of Learning
	Sharon Kitchie
 The Nurse's Role as Teacher
 Assessment of the Learner
 Assessing Learning Needs
 Methods to Assess Learning Needs
 Readiness to Learn
 Learning Styles
 Interpretation of Learning Styles
5 Developmental Stages of the Learner
	Susan B. Bastable and Michelle A. Rinwalske
 Developmental Characteristics
 The Developmental Stages of Childhood
 The Developmental Stages of Adulthood
 The Role of the Family in Patient Education
6 Motivation, Compliance, and Health Behaviors of the Learner
	Eleanor Richards and Wendy Sayward
 Compliance and Control
 Health Behaviors of the Learner
7 Literacy in the Adult Patient Population
	Susan B. Bastable
 Definition of Terms
 Scope and Incidence of the Problem
 Those at Risk
 Myths, Stereotypes, and Assumptions
 Assessment of the Literacy Problem
 Impact of Illiteracy on Motivation and Compliance
 Ethical and Legal Concerns
 Readability of Printed Education Materials
 Measurement Tools to Test Readability of Written Materials
 Measurement Tools to Test Comprehension
 Measurement Tools to Test Reading Skills
 Instrument for Suitability Assessment of Materials (SAM)
 Simplifying the Readability of Printed Education Materials
 Teaching Strategies for Low-Literate Patients
8 Gender, Socioeconomic, and Cultural Attributes of the Learner
	Susan B. Bastable
 Gender Characteristics
 Socioeconomic Characteristics
 Cultural Characteristics
 The four Major Culture Groups
 Preparing Nurses for Diversity Care
 Stereotyping: Identifying the Meaning, Risks, and the Solutions
9 Special Populations
	Kay Viggiani
 The Nurse's Role in Assessment
 Types of Disabilities
 Sensory Deficits
 Learning Disabilities
 Physical Disabilities
 Communication Disorders
 Chronic Illness
 Adaptive Computing
Part III Techniques and Strategies for Teaching and Learning
10 Behavioral Objectives
	Susan B. Bastable and Julie Doody
 Characteristics of Goals and Objectives
 The Importance of Using Behavioral Objectives for Teaching
 Writing Behavioral Objectives
 Common Mistakes When Writing Objectives
 Taxonomy of Objectives According to Learning Domains
 Development of Teaching Plans
 The Concept of Learning Curve
11 Teaching Methods and Instructional Settings
	Kathleen Fitzgerald
 Types of Teaching Methods
 Selection of Teaching Methods
 Evaluation of Teaching Methods
 Increasing Effectiveness of Teaching
 Classification of Instructional Settings
12 Instructional Materials
	Diane S. Hainsworth
 General Principles
 Choosing Instructional Materials
 The Three Major Components of Instructional Materials
 Types of Instructional Materials
 Evaluating Audiovisual Materials
13 Technology in Education
	Deborah L. Sopczyk
 Health Education in the Information Age
 The Impact of Technology on the Teacher and Learner
 Strategies for Using Technology in Healthcare Education
 The Internet
 Issues Related to the Use of Technology
14 Evaluation in Healthcare Education
	Priscilla Sandford Worral
 Evaluation Versus Assessment
 Determining the Focus of Evaluation
 Evaluation Models
 Designing the Evaluation
 Conducting the Evaluation
 Analyzing and Interpreting Data Collected
 Reporting Evaluation Results

Library of Congress Subject Headings for this publication:

Patient education.
Education, Nursing -- methods.
Patient Education -- methods.