Springhouse, 1997 - Medical - 422 pages
"This guide clearly explains exactly what to teach your patient - and how." "Patient Education features teaching points for dozens of commonly encountered disorders, including their causes, complications, and symptoms; guidance on what to teach your patient about diagnostic tests, prescribed medications, recommended diet, activity, self-care, and home care; scores of helpful illustrations and charts and a critical thinking self-test to help you evaluate your knowledge." "Find out how to assess your patient's learning needs and style, tailor your teaching to your patient's abilities and circumstances, and conquer teaching obstacles like patient resistance."--BOOK JACKET.Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved
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