Patient Education and The Nursing Process: Meeting the Patient's Needs

Patient Education and The Nursing Process: Meeting the Patient's Needs


Identification: nnj_ma05A5
Issue: March-April 2005
Volume: Vol. 32, No. 2

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Goal: Relate the nursing process to the development of a comprehensive patient education activity, and understand the importance of nurses in this process.

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  1. Relate each component of the nursing process to the development of a comprehensive patient education activity.
  2. Summarize the impact of patient education on patient outcomes.
  3. Analyze the importance of nurses on patient education and patient outcomes.


Note: This article is supported by a financial grant from Amgen. The manuscript has undergone peer review. The information does not necessarily reflect the opinions of ANNA or the sponsor.

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