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Client Education Theory and Practice, Third Edition

Author(s): Mary A. Miller, RN, PhD, Associate Dean Emeritus, School of Professional Studies, Metropolitan State College of Denver, Dean Emeritus, School of Nursing, Aurora University
Pamella Rae Stoeckel, RN, PhD, CNE, Professor, Loretto Heights School of Nursing, Regis University
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  • ISBN-13: 9781284142631
  • Product With Access Code    420 pages      © 2019
  • Will Publish: 12/8/2017
Price: $69.95 US List
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Client Education: Theory and Practice, Third Edition teaches nursing students the important skills of patient education and health promotion. Using the Miller-Stoeckel Client Education Model as the organizing framework, this text emphasizes the importance of the Nurse-Client Relationship and focuses on the key role that nurses play in educating individuals, families and groups in clinical settings. 

Furthermore, it addresses the need for health education in nursing by covering the learning process and discussing the needs of clients across the age span. In addition, students will learn how to work with culturally diverse populations while faculty will benefit from tips on selecting the appropriate teaching strategies and materials as well as how to evaluate student progress using the client education plan. 

Key Features for Students and Faculty:

  • New chapters: The Nurse Educator as Learner and Application of the Miller-Stoeckel Client Education Model
  • Template for client education plan
  • Miller-Stoeckel Client Education Model
  • Navigate Companion Website with narrated lecture slides
  • Test Bank

Instructor Resources:
PowerPoint Slides

Applicable Courses

Health Promotion
Communication
Patient Education

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  Child Learner
  Chapter  6  Adult Learner
  Chapter  7  Older Learner
  Chapter  8  Culturally Diverse Learner
  Chapter  9  Nurse Educator as Learner
Part  IV  Planning and Implementing Client Education
  Chapter  10  Client Education Plan
  Chapter  11  Teaching Strategies
  Chapter  12  Instructional Materials
Part  V  Client Education Outcomes
  Chapter  13  Formative Evaluation
  Chapter  14  Summative Evaluation
  Chapter  15  Application of the Miller-Stoeckel Client Education Model

Mary A. Miller, RN, PhD-Associate Dean Emeritus, School of Professional Studies, Metropolitan State College of Denver, Dean Emeritus, School of Nursing, Aurora University

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.                        

Pamella Rae Stoeckel, RN, PhD, CNE-Professor, 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.