Patient education is an important aspect of the rehabilitation process. As a science, it consists of the health care professional's development of patient education skills. Delivering information, education, and training in rehabilitation is intended to promote and optimize clinical interventions including compliance, continuity of care, and patient satisfaction. This text applies patient education skills to the clinical rehabilitation process. In a reader-friendly manner, it explores various teaching and learning theories, models of instruction, as well as communication, ethical, legal and cuAt the same time, therapists should be aware that visual-spatial learners are sensitive to visual distractions and are often involved in daydreaming. Examples of instructional strategies are: draw it, visualize it, highlight important information, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Patient Education in Rehabilitation|
|Publisher||:||Jones & Bartlett Learning - 2010-10-22|