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androgogy
adult learning
empathy
putting aside one's own self and stepping into the shoes of the patient
facilitator
acting as a helper for group sharing about a common problem
learning objectives
descriptions of the intended result of the learning process guide the selection of teaching strategies and materials and help evaluate patient and teacher progress
learning
a process that occurs when there is an internal mental change characterized by rearrangement of neural pathways
peer teaching
teaching that occurs in support groups or self-help organizations that can provide continuing information, shared experiences, acceptance, understanding, and useful suggestions about a problem or concern
reinforcement
rewarding a desired behavior with a positive stimulus to increase its occurrence and motivation
self-efficacy
a person's belief in his or her ability to successfully cope with and manage a situation
stages of behavioral change
a series of steps that patients and their families may progress through before they are willing or able to accept a change in health behaviors; six stages of change have been identified in the Transtheoretical Model of Health Behavior Change developed by Prochaska and Velicer
teaching plan
a formal plan to address the learning needs of the patient based on assessment of the patient's ability, need, and readiness to learn with identification of problems that can be resolved with teaching
teaching process
a systematic problem-solving approach to the identification and treatment of the patient's learning needs and includes assessment, diagnosis, setting patient outcomes or objectives, intervention, and evaluation
teaching
a process of deliberately arranging external conditions to promote the internal change that results in knowledge and/or a change in behavior