Teaching students about the importance of patient education and health promotion is a significant part of the nursing curriculum. The recently published Client Education: Theory and Practice, Third Edition by Mary A. Miller and Pamella Rae Stoeckel 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.
Using the Miller-Stoeckel Client Education Model as the organizing framework, the new edition expands upon the context for the client education model by including four additional concepts: cultural caring, communication, negotiation, and collaboration. It also stresses the importance of health education in nursing by detailing the learning process and discussing the needs of clients across the life span.
New to the Third Edition:
- New chapter on the role of the nurse as educator in the Miller-Stoeckel Client Education Model
- New chapter on how to apply the Miller-Stoeckel Client Education Model in practice
- Tips on selecting the appropriate teaching strategies and tools to evaluate student progress using the client education plan
- Sample client-based teaching plan
- Navigate Companion Website featuring narrated lecture slides
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