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Atopic dermatitis; coping skills; disease severity; quality of life; therapeutic patient education
Because the nursing literature had little information on methods for improving patient education or outcomes of patient education, an interprofessional search was conducted to determine if educating healthcare personnel about a structured teaching approach would improve education delivery as well as patient outcomes.
The objectives are being implemented in stages, with each stage becoming increasingly stringent concerning patient education.
The Medical Association, the National Institutes of Health, and the US Department of Health and Human Services have stated that patient education materials should be written at fourth to sixth grade reading level in the US (school years five to seven in the UK).
The Complete Patient Engagement Bundle, featuring Micromedex Patient Education and A.
The patient education process includes assessment, planning, implementation, and evaluation (Bastable, 2008; Carpenter & Bell, 2002; Wingard, 2005).
Develop specific strategies to overcome the barriers to patient education.
This month, Contributing Editor Hanan Saca-Hazboun, RN, MSN, interviewed two ONS members for an update on trends in patient education (see Up Front, p.
Patient education software is a three-dimensional (3-D) video display that is an interactive way to educate dental patients on a variety of topics.
Providers must also recognize that while taking steps to improve patient education is important, there is no single magic solution.
United Business Media (UBM; London) has submitted a binding offer to acquire MediMedia's (Teterboro, NJ) drug information businesses in continental Europe and Asia, and all the trade press, patient education and pharma marketing solutions businesses in Germany, Benelux and Asia-Pacific.

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