is the process of influencing the patient’s behavior to effect changes in knowledge, attitudes, and skills needed to maintain and improve health.
is the process by which a person acquires or increases knowledge or changes behavior in a measurable way as a result of the experience.
resembles the nursing process, consists of several steps that are necessary to provide teaching and to mea- sure learning
The science of teaching
the study of teaching adults
the ability to read and write
is the ability to read, understand, and act on health information.
involves the storing and recalling of new knowledge in the brain
Learning a physical skill involving the integration of mental and muscular activity is called ______.
includes changes in attitudes, values, and feelings
patient’s willingness to engage in the teaching–learning process (emotional readiness) and to begin the challenge of learning.
These unplanned teaching sessions are often effective because they deal with the patient’s immediate learning needs and concerns
is the planned teaching done to fulfill learner outcomes
is a “registered nurse who integrates coaching competencies into any setting or specialty area of practice to facilitate a process of change or development that assists individuals or groups to realize their potential”
to affirm the efforts of patients who have mastered new knowledge, attitudes, or skills.
criticism or punishment—is generally ineffective; undesirable behavior is usually best ignored.
is the interpersonal process of helping patients make decisions that promote their overall well-being.
which occurs when a patient faces an event or situation that causes a disruption in life.
can occur when a person is going through a developmental stage or passage.