'Environmental Considerations'

Updated: Dec 1, 2020



This edited extract is from an academic assignment for a unit of nursing studies. The paper is written by a non-native user of English who I assisted over 6 years as a long-term client.




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- Environmental considerations

Health education is an essential nursing practice which benefits Irim, society and the profession (Farahani et al., 2013). The benefits for the patient include increased satisfaction levels, improvement in self-care, improvement in QoL levels, a reduction in the level of stress or anxiety, an improvement in physical and mental health, a decrease of the disease’s side effects, and, additionally, that the patient will feel motivated to participate in and improve on their adherence to treatment. For the health sector, a benefit is a reduction in the number of patient readmissions, which saves money in health care costs (Farahani et al., 2013). The education process includes the following steps: assessment of the patient and his or her HL level, diagnosis of patient barriers and learning needs, development of an educational plan, delivery of education, and regular evaluation (Aghakhani et al., 2012). The education process includes teaching and learning. This occurs according to a continuous teaching plan with the aim of enabling the patient to participate in and manage his or her own care with the assistance of the nurse, who needs to be aware of the patient’s weaknesses (Aghakhani et al., 2012). Communication is a reciprocal process in which verbal and non-verbal information is transferred between the participants. Adequate communication is essential to ensure that the patient is safe and receiving quality nursing care, and to develop a therapeutic patient-nurse relationship (Hughson, 2013).



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- Environmental considerations

Health education is an essential nursing practice which benefits Irim, the society and the profession (Farahani Mohommadi, Ahmadi, & Mohommadi et al., 2013). The benefits for the patient includes increased satisfaction levels, improvement in self-care, improvement in QoL levels, a reduction in the level of stress or anxiety, an improvement in physical and mental health, a decrease of the disease’s side effects, and, additionally, that the patient will feel motivated to participate in and improve on their adherence to treatment. For the health sector, a benefit is a reduction in the number of patient’s readmissions, which saves money in health care costs (Farahani, et al., 2013). The education process includes the following steps:

assessment of the patient and his/ or her HL level, diagnosise of patient barriers and learning needs, developmenting of an educational plan, deliverying of education and evaluate it regularly evaluation (Aghakhani, et al., 2012). The Eeducation process includes teaching and learning. within This occurs according to in a continuous teaching plan that aims to enable with the aim of enabling the patient to participate in and manage his/ or her own care with the assistance of the nurse, who needs to be aware of the patient’s weaknesses (Aghakhani et al., Nia, Ranjbar, Rahbar, & Beheshti, 2012). Communication is a reciprocal process in which transfers verbal and non-verbal information is transferred between to the participants. Adequate communication is essential to ensure that the patient is safe and receiving quality nursing care, and to develop a therapeutic relationship patient-nurse relationship (Hughson, 2013).





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- Environmental considerations

Health education is an essential nursing practice which benefits Irim, the society and the profession (Farahani, Mohammadi, Ahmadi, & Mohammadi, 2013). The benefits for the patient includes increase satisfaction level, improvement in self-care, improvement in QoL level, reduction in the level of stress or anxiety, an improvement in physical and mental health, decrease of the disease’s side effects, additional that the patient will feel motivate to participate in and improve on their adherance to treatment. For the health sector a benefit is reduction in the number of patient’s readmissions which saves money in health care costs (Farahani, et al., 2013). The education process includes the following steps: assessment of the patient and his/her HL level, diagnose patient barriers and learning needs, develop an educational plan, deliver education and evaluate regularly (Aghakhani, et al., 2012). Education process includes teaching and learning within in a continuous teaching plan that aims to enable the patient to participate in and manage his/her own care with the assistance of the nurse, who needs to be aware of the patient’s weaknesses (Aghakhani, Nia, Ranjbar, Rahbar, & Beheshti, 2012). Communication is a reciprocal process which transfers verbal and non-verbal information to the participants. Adequate communication is essential to ensure the patient is safe and receiving quality nursing care, and to develop a therapeutic relationship patient-nurse (Hughson, 2013).

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