Provide education that is simple, patient centered, and multimodal to meet the health literacy needs of patients/caregivers

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Jennifer Diboh replied toHawa Ibrahim Nov 27, 2023, 9:12 PM Read Hawa, The patient education process has 4 equal components to be addressed by the nurse: assessment, planning, implement, and evaluation. Excellent patient education is an “art” and “science” using nuances and evidence-based strategies to effectively educate. The assessment and evaluation components often use nuanced approaches (motivational interviewing, teach back) to engage the patient/caregiver respectfully, whereas planning and implementation rely more on evidence-based strategies such as the Patient Education Assessment of Materials. Provide education that is simple, patient centered, and multimodal to meet the health literacy needs of patients/caregivers (Cutilli, 2020). Patient education is the most important part of an admission and a discharge. This is how to make sure the patient is safe, confident and on the same page as their interdisciplinary team. References: Cutilli C. C. (2020). Excellence in Patient Education: Evidence-Based Education that “Sticks” and Improves Patient Outcomes. The Nursing clinics of North America, 55(2), 267–282. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.cnur.2020.02.007Discuss.

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