DD annotated listing of patient education materials, 1986-87

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, Washington, DC : U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services, National Institutes of Health, Public Health Service
Digestive organs -- Diseases -- Bibliography -- Cat
StatementNational Digestive Diseases Information Clearinghouse
SeriesNIH publication -- no. 87-2906
ContributionsNational Digestive Diseases Information Clearinghouse (U.S.), United States. Public Health Service
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Public Health Service.;]. Conclusions. Print-based patient education materials for ICD candidates are geared to a highly literate population. The focus on positive information to the exclusion of potentially negative aspects of the ICD, or alternatives to accepting 1, could influence and/or confuse patients about the purpose and implications of this medical by:   The following list of materials and websites was developed by CDC for patients.

Use these tools to help you or your patients learn about heart disease, stroke, and their related conditions and how to prevent and manage them. Resources are available in various formats—flyers, fact sheets, posters, videos, web buttons—and includes links to other useful websites.

CDC materials can be downloaded, copied, and distributed to patients. Some items can be ordered through an online ordering system. Page 1 of 8 HIPAA BASICS FOR PROVIDERS: PRIVACY, SECURITY, AND BREACH NOTIFICATION RULES ICN September PRINT-FRIENDLY VERSION. Target Audience.

Patient education materials should cover the common health problems in the community, as well as frequently requested health promotion topics. The materials. Free patient education materials selected by Epocrates Medical Information physicians and pharmacists.

Free orderable print materials are included when available. Novel Coronavirus (COVID) Info, Prevention, Diagnosis, Care.

Adult Nutrition, Weight & Fitness. Fortunately, several web sites offer helpful advice about how to create patient-friendly educational print materials.

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Two of the most useful are the National Cancer Institute’s Clear and Simple web page and the Harvard School of Public Health’s Health Literacy Studies web page. Below are a few tips from those sites and health literacy experts. resources that support continuing health promotion and disease prevention education.

Patients are referred to these sources when appropriate. PFE.3 Patient and family education include the following topics, as appropriate to the patient’s care: the safe use of medications, the safe use of medical. There are a number of written materials to support patient education at National Jewish Health.

They include Understanding Booklets, Med Facts, Test Facts, Medication handouts and of these materials are also available in Spanish.

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1986-87 book page may contain links to pages and/or documents outside the Department of Veterans Affairs Domain. These are annotated as shown below. We hope your visit was informative. U.S. Federal/Military/State Government Sites — You will leave the Department of Veterans Affairs web site by accessing links annotated with this graphic.

Entries list address, phone number, and a brief descriptjon of the organization and its services. Following the organizations directory. is an annotated listing of publications (directories, catalogs, pamphlets, and self help guides) in 12 areas, such as. accessibility/travel, health care, income support programs, recreation/camps, and sex.

This book provides teaching strategies to aid in making self-help and self-management a reality for the patient with low literacy skills. The magnitude of the problem is explored and myths about. Guidelines for Writing Effective Patient Education Materials.

Write your draft in a plain-text Microsoft Word document, using these guidelines: Organization and Style Include title, subtitle, and introductory paragraph.

Use headings and subheadings to separate ideas in text. Reducing Hospital Readmissions WitH enHanced patient education that produces the patient education materials for its in-patient facilities.

“our network believes in creating standard work and providing services that match both the outpatient as well as the inpatient environment,” says paula Robinson, patient, Family and consumer. Academy patient education pamphlets. Shop for a wide array of print pamphlets to distribute to patients in your practice.

Find pamphlets. Free online resources for patients. Direct your patients to 's public education section to find a wealth of information on diseases and conditions, cosmetic treatments, self-care tips, and much more.

Early-stage periodontal disease (gingivitis) is seldom painful and causes relatively minor signs, such as red, swollen and bleeding gums. But untreated gingivitis can progress to periodontitis, a serious infection that destroys the soft tissue and bone that support your teeth, and eventually may cause tooth loss.

Focus instead on the benefits of education. Tell your patient what to pay special attention to. Be sure to review any materials you plan to use before sharing them with the patient. Keep in mind that no resource is a substitute for one-on-one patient teaching. In some cases, it may not be possible to get the right materials for your patients.

In her book The Practice of Patient Education (, Mosby-Year Book), Barbara Redman says, “Patient education is now well accepted as an essential part of the practice of all health professionals.” But patient education is more than just teaching facts and demonstrating skills.

The Practice of Patient Education: Overview, Motivation and Learning 2. Educational Objectives and Instruction 3. Evaluation in Patient Education 4. Cancer Patient Education 5. Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Patient Education 6. Diabetes Self-Management Education 7. Education for Pregnancy and Parenting, and Educating Children 8.

The Patient Education Materials Assessment Tool (PEMAT) is a systematic method to evaluate and compare the understandability and actionability of patient education materials. It is designed as a guide to help determine whether patients will be able to understand and act on information.

Separate tools are available for use with print and audiovisual materials. Most patient education materials exceed that level. • More than one-third of American adults have limited literacy skills (i.e., reads below a fifth-grade level).

However, limited literacy. Medical Library Patient/Family Education website. Patient/Family Education Goal The goal of patient/family education material at Aspirus Wausau Hospital is the development of top quality patient/family education materials that are standardized across the continuum of care.

introduction Patient/Family Education ~ Author’s Guide 1. Functional illiteracy is a problem often overlooked by nurses.

Although the average adult in the United States cannot read above the eighth-grade level, most patient education materials are. Patient education is the process by which health professionals and others impart information to patients and their caregivers that will alter their health behaviors or improve their health status.

Overview. Education may be provided by any healthcare professional who has undertaken appropriate training education, education on patient. This resource provides nurses and healthcare professionals with patient information handouts that can be customized, printed and given to a patient at the point of care.

Patient Education Reference Center (PERC) handouts are easy to read, include medical illustrations and are available in multiple languages. patient education materials. Patient education mate-rials can enhance patient compliance, can improve the effectiveness of care, and can save valuable time in explaining conditions to patients.

Please consider using the resources listed below, and the many.

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The Clinical Reporting System (CRS) Education Report is designed to: Serve as a tool to keep the Indian Health Service, Tribal, and Urban programs informed of the nature and extent of health/patient education activities, major health problems, and health education and prevention activities.

Patient Education For Patient Assessment: 1. Use the Kidney School Table of Contents (pages ) to assess patients’ interest in specific subjects. Print module pretests and posttests to assess patients’ understanding of key concepts and to document their educational needs.

Print Personal Action Plans for use when you. Many issues make the provision of quality patient education difficult. Learn more about cultural competence, the preparation of written material. Patient education: effectiveness and clinical relevance.

From the available literature, the effectiveness of educational interventions and the clinical relevance of the benefits are still unclear [20, 24, 25]. Patient education has two major drawbacks:. As per available reports about journals, 15 Conferences, 19 workshops are presently dedicated exclusively to Patient education and about articles are being published on the current trends in Patient education.Community mental health, developmental disabilities, alcoholism and drug abuse services.

Community support programs. Opioid and methamphetamine treatment programs.