Client Education: Theory and Practice, Second Edition is intended for undergraduate courses focused on patient education and communication. This text focuses on health education and the role of health care providers, especially nurses, in working with clients such as individuals, families and groups, in health care institutions and community health settings. It addresses the need for health education; the learning process; principles of learning and assessing readiness. This text includes a client-based teaching plan that is designed to incorporate the theory presented in each chapter.
The Second Edition features the Miller/Stoeckel Client Education Model and additional end-of-chapter exercises. Additional bonus content such as discussion questions and weblinks can be found on the Navigate Companion Website which is free with each new textbook purchase.
• Evidence-Based practice articles within each chapter
• Miller/Stoeckel Client Education Model updated
• Bonus content: discussion question, Web links, and more chapter exercises
Part I A Framework for Health Education
Chapter 1 Overview of the Miller/Stoeckel Client Education Model
Part II The Learning Process
Chapter 2 Thinking and Learning
Chapter 3 Theories and Principles of Learning
Part III Assessment for Health Education
Chapter 4 Learner and Setting Assessment
Chapter 5 The Child Learner
Chapter 6 The Adult Learner
Chapter 7 The Older Learner
Chapter 8 The Culturally Diverse Learner
Part IV Planning and Implementing Health Education
Chapter 9 Learning Objectives
Chapter 10 Teaching Strategies
Chapter 11 Instructional Materials
Part V Client Education Outcomes
Chapter 12 Formative Evaluation
Chapter 13 Summative Evaluation
Mary A. Miller, RN, PhD-Associate Dean Emeritus, School of Professional Studies, Metropolitan State College of Denver
Mary A. Miller has been active in nursing practice, nursing education, and educational administration. She specialized in gerontological nursing and taught nursing of adults in both baccalaureate and associate degree programs. She developed and taught courses in clinical teaching methods, nursing leadership, and physical assessment in a baccalaureate RN completion program. She has co-authored two books, Client Education: Theory and Practice (1st ed.) and Critical Thinking Applied to Nursing, in addition to articles and conference presentations. A unique feature of the current edition of Client Education: Theory and Practice is its emphasis on critical thinking within the framework of teaching and learning. She has received two distinguished service awards, one from Metropolitan State College of Denver and one from the State of Colorado Office of Youth Services. She was most recently Dean of the School of Nursing at Aurora University in Illinois.
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Pamella Rae Stoeckel, RN, PhD, CNE-Loretto Heights School of Nursing, Regis University
Pamella R. Stoeckel has more than 20 years experience teaching nursing in the clinical area and in the classroom. Areas of expertise are obstetrics, pediatrics, physical assessment, women’s heath and nursing leadership in associate, baccalaureate and masters nursing programs. Her background includes clinical experience in Labor and Delivery, Postpartum, Nursery and Pediatrics. She has directed an online RN-BSN program, and is presently working in the Loretto Heights School of Nursing Online Department at Regis University helping to develop classes for a program of over 1000 students. She is a Certified Nurse Educator; her passion is teaching and learning.