Nurse as Educator: Principles of Teaching and Learning for Nursing Practice

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Susan Bacorn Bastable
Jones & Bartlett Learning, 2003 - Education - 571 pages
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This book is designed as a safety and health primer for individuals in the educational, workplace, and public sectors.If you are a safety education instructor, environmental health instructor, or occupational safety and health instructor, this may be the book you're looking for.Other professionals who should consider using this text include industrial firefighters, industrial engineers, safety engineers, respirator users, asbestos removers, lead-based paint and hazardous waste removers, chemical workers, and human resource managers.
  

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Contents

Perspectives on Teaching and Learning
1
O Ethical Legal and Economic Foundations of the Educational
21
Characteristics of the Learner
73
Developmental Stages of the Learner
119
Motivation Compliance and Health Behaviors of the Learner
161
Compliance
168
Selection of Models for Health Education
180
Gender Socioeconomic and Cultural Attributes of
233
1 O Instructional Materials
389
Technology in Education
427
Instructional Settings
465
Healthcare Setting
474
HealthcareRelated Setting
484
Sharing Resources among Settings
490
Evaluation Models
496
Designing the Evaluation
502

Socioeconomic Differences
240
The Four Major Culture Groups
254
Preparing Nurses for Diversity Care
270
Special Populations
279
Learning Disabilities
289
Developmental Disabilities
295
Techniques and Strategies for Teaching and Learning
317
Conducting the Evaluation
513
Appendix A Readability and Comprehension Tests
519
Appendix B Resources and Organizations for Special
529
Glossary
535
Author Index
553
Subject Index
561
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