Please read all directions carefully before you begin.
- Click to download the Patient Teaching Plan Form (Links to an external site.).
Type your answers directly into this Word document and submit. The use of correct terminology, grammar, and spelling is important! Any references and citations used should be written in APA format. Please utilize in-text citations when appropriate, and list all references in the space provided at the end of the worksheet.
- You are required to complete the form using the productivity tools required by Chamberlain University, which is Microsoft Office Word 2013 (or later version), or Windows and Office 2011 (or later version) for MAC. You must save the file in the “.docx” format. Do NOT save as Word Pad. A later version of the productivity tool includes Office 365, Click on the envelope at the top of the page.
- Health Topic: Decide WHAT you would like to teach. Describe in detail why this is an important topic for patient education. Use evidence from the textbook, lesson or an outside scholarly source to support your rationale.Select from the following health topics to complete your Patient Teaching Project:
- Stress and Time Management
- Self-Care (can choose a specific self-care activity)
- Prevention of Hazards at Work
- Bicycle Safety
- Ergonomics (related to work, posture)
- Skin Cancer Prevention
- Healthy Eating
- Exercise/Physical Activity
- Human Trafficking
- Eating Disorders
- Substance Abuse (Opioid, Alcohol, Nicotine)
- Palliative Care/Hospice Care
- Population and Setting: Once you have selected a topic, you must decide WHO you will be teaching and WHERE the education will take place. (i.e., teaching a classroom of middle school students; teaching community members at a local health fair)
- Learning Barriers: Refer to the assigned article: Educating patients: Understanding barriers, learning styles, and teaching techniques for information related to learning barriers and other teaching considerations. Barriers might be cultural, physical, educational, or environmental. You may also want to consider the developmental stages of your selected population.Example:
- The population in this community is known to have a low-literacy level, therefore clear pictures and graphics will be utilized to assist with understanding.
- Learning Objectives: Write three specific learning objectives your Visual Teaching Tool will address. Begin each objective with “At the end of this education, the learner will …” Use an action verb to finish the sentence (i.e., list, demonstrate, describe, define, identify).Example:
- At the end of this education, the learner will be able to demonstrate the proper way to wear a bike helmet.
- At the end of this education, the learner will be able to describe how to perform a breast self-exam.
- At the end of this education, the learner will be able to list three benefits of regular physical activity.
- Evaluation: Write a paragraph describing how you could evaluate whether your visual teaching t
Educational Brochure (Using Microsoft Word)
Directions: You must use the Patient Teaching Plan you have developed in this course to create your Visual Teaching Tool.
- Open Microsoft Word, and select create a New document.Under the Education option, select Education Brochure. This will provide you with a blank tri-fold brochure template. You can change the design, insert graphics, and create text as you wish.
- The goal of this Educational Brochure is to address the three learning outcomes you developed in the Patient Teaching Plan. Once the learner has viewed your Educational Brochure, all three of the learning objectives should have been met.
If a learning objective in the Patient Teaching Plan is: “At the end of this education, the learner will be able to demonstrate the proper way to wear a bike helmet,” then there should be content in your Educational Brochure related to how to properly wear a bike helmet.ool was successful and met the learning objectives. Consider the population’s abilities and the setting.