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Process that involves gathering information about a patient's abilities and needs
ASSESSMENT
You use the information gathered during the assessment phase to decide how to approach the patient's instruction.
PLANNING
What the patient should achieve at the end of the program
LEARNING GOAL
Tasks to help reach the goal that will be performed at different points in the program
LEARNING OBJECTIVES
Process used to perform the actual teaching
IMPLEMENTATION
Teaching method with no patient participation
LECTURE & DEMONSTRATION
Teaching method where the patient watches you perform a medical procedure and then the pt performs a return demonstration
ROLE PLAYING & DEMONSTRATION
Teaching method with two-way exchange that is best used when teaching patients about lifestyle changes
DISCUSSION
Teaching method with DVDs, videos and CDs that can often be taken home to be reviewed
AUDIOVISUAL MATERIAL
Teaching method where patient is given information that can be taken home and is discussed with them beforehand
PRINTED MATERIAL & PROGRAMMED INSTRUCTIONS
After you've taught a patient, you need to determine if your teaching was effective. The process of finding this out is called __________.
EVALUATION
Patient's inability or refusal to follow a prescribed order
NONCOMPLIANCE
Maslow's pyramid: basic needs like water, food, rest, and comfort
PHYSIOLOGICAL NEEDS
Maslow's pyramid: needs include a safe environment and freedom from fear and anxiety
SAFETY & SECURITY
Maslow's pyramid: need for love and belonging is essential for feeling connected and important to others
BELONGING & AFFECTION
Maslow's pyramid: needs involve our need to feel self-worth
ESTEEM & SELF RESPECT
Maslow's pyramid: top of pyramid and has satisfied all other needs
SELF-ACTUALIZATION
Requires patient to perform a physical task
PSYCHOMOTOR SKILL
Confusion, lack of interest, overall poor health, sensory deficits
Reasons why elderly patients may be difficult to teach
Branch of medicine that is concerned with promoting health and avoiding disease
PREVENTIVE MEDICINE
Study of what people eat and how the body uses food to maintain and repair itself
NUTRITION
Include any foods made from wheat, rice, oats, cornmeal, barley or other _______ (cereals, pasta, bread, tortilla)
GRAINS
any raw or cooked _______, or 100 percent _______ juice
VEGETABLES
include any ________ or 100 percent _______ juice
FRUITS
consist of all _____ fluids and different products made from _____, such as cheese or yogurt
MILK & MILK PRODUCTS
often called proteins; include different kinds of _____ as well as poultry, fish, eggs, nuts, seeds, and legumes
MEATS & BEANS
fats that are liquid at room temperature
OIL
Refers to the entire grain kernel; i.e. brown rice
WHOLE GRAINS
have been processed; i.e. white flour
REFINED GRAINS
Sugars and starches found in many foods
CARBOHYDRATES
Fatty substance that is used by the body to produce hormones
CHOLESTEROL
Best choice of fat for healthy eating
UNSATURATED FATS
Type of fat typically found in products that are solid at room temperature
SATURATED FATS
Type of fat created when hydrogen is added to vegetable oil during a food-manufacturing process
TRANS FATS
Unsaturated fat containing canola, olive, or peanut oil
MONUNSATURATED
Unsaturated fat containing sunflower, corn, or soybean oil
POLYUNSATURATED
Foods that contain irritating chemicals or bulky fibers are eliminated; used with gastrointestinal disorders
BLAND DIET
Food intake is controlled to keep blood glucose levels under control; used with diabetes mellitus types 1 and 2
DIABETIC DIET
Specific foods are limited (i.e. milk, eggs, wheat); used with food allergies
ELIMINATION DIET
Foods that are high in sodium are eliminated; used with hypertension
LOW SODIUM DIET
Diet of vegetables is supplemented with milk, eggs, cheese
LACTO-OVOVEGETARIAN
Diet is supplemented only with milk and cheese
LACTOVEGETARIAN
Diet is only vegetables and excludes all foods of animal origins
PURE VEGETARIAN
Health care practices that are used instead of standard medical treatments
ALTERNATIVE MEDICINE
Coping skill where mind blocks uncomfortable or distressing ideas from conscious awareness
REPRESSION
Coping skill where a person rejects a a fact that's painful or difficult to accept
DENIAL
Coping skill where the process of finding excuses for thoughts or feelings that would otherwise be hard to accept
RATIONALIZATION
Final part of the teaching plan
DOCUMENTATION
How often should men perform a self-testicular exam?
MONTHLY
How often should women perform a self-breast exam?
MONTHLY