Quiz 39: Patient Education

Concepts For Nursing Practice

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The most appropriate resources to include when planning to provide patient education related to a goal in the psychomotor domain would be

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A) diagnosis-related support groups.
B) Internet resources.
C) manikin practice sessions.
D) self-directed learning modules.
Answer:
C) manikin practice sessions.

Explanation:
A teaching goal in the psychomotor domain should be matched with teaching strategies in the psychomotor domain, such as demonstration, practice sessions with a manikin, and return demonstrations. Diagnosis-related support groups would be most effective with goals in the affective domain. Internet resources would be most effective for goals in the cognitive domain. Self-directed learning modules would be most effective for goals in the cognitive domain.
Q2
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The nurse educator would identify a need for further teaching when the student lists the types of learning as

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A) affective.
B) cognitive.
C) psychomotor.
D) self-directed.
Answer:
D) self-directed.

Explanation:
Self-directed is one approach to learning but is not considered a type or domain of learning. Self-directed would be a cognitive way of learning. Affective (feelings/attitude), cognitive (knowledge), and psychomotor (skills/performance) are the main domains of learning.
Q3
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When describing patient education approaches, the nurse educator would explain that informal teaching is an approach that

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A) addresses group needs.
B) follows formalized plans.
C) has standardized content.
D) often occurs one-to-one.
Answer:
D) often occurs one-to-one.

Explanation:
Informal teaching is individualized one-on-one teaching which represents the majority of patient education done by nurses that occurs when an intervention is explained or a question is answered. Group needs are often the focus of formal patient education courses or classes. Informal teaching does not necessarily follow a specific formalized plan. It may be planned with specific content, but it is individualized responses to patient needs. Formal teaching involves the use of a curriculum/course plan with standardized content.
Q4

Barriers to patient education the nurse considers in implementing a teaching plan include

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A) family resources.
B) high school education.
C) hunger and pain.
D) need perceived by patient.
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Q5

Strategies to include in a teaching plan for an adult who has repeatedly not followed the written discharge instructions would include

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A) individualized handout.
B) instructional videos.
C) Internet resources.
D) self-help books.
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Q6

When planning to evaluate a patients satisfaction with a teaching activity, the most appropriate strategy would be to

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A) include a survey instrument.
B) observe for level of skill mastery.
C) present information more than one time.
D) provide for a return demonstration.
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Q7

Interrelated concepts to the professional nursing role a nurse manager would consider when addressing concerns about the quality of patient education include

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A) adherence.
B) developmental level.
C) motivation.
D) technology.
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