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Transfer of training in patient educators

Paula Marie Burns

Transfer of training in patient educators

a case study

by Paula Marie Burns

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Published .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Medical personnel -- In-service training -- Case studies.,
  • Medical personnel and patient.,
  • Patient education -- Case studies.,
  • Patient education -- Study and teaching -- Case studies.,
  • Disease management -- Study and teaching -- Case studies.,
  • Transfer of training -- Case studies.,
  • Lungs -- Diseases, Obstructive -- Study and teaching -- Case studies.

  • About the Edition

    The impact of the Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Educator Program is presented as improved knowledge about chronic obstructive respiratory disease, increased use of new teaching strategies, and increased confidence. Participants also described the influence on their practice through the application of learning theories and models and integration of new approaches to patient education. The factors that influence practice are consistent with the transfer of training literature and are categorized as trainee characteristics, training design, and transfer climate. These factors lead to a series of implications for educators designing continuing education curriculum.Until recently, health care professionals did not have access to continuing education focused on developing skills in patient education for chronic obstructive pulmonary disease. The purpose of this study was to explore the transfer of training in a group of individuals who completed a Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Educator Program in terms of impact on clinical practice and implications for curriculum design.Using case study methodology, a series of three 30- to 45-minute semi-structured interviews were conducted with 12 participants. Case descriptions were developed for each participant and a thematic analysis used to explore the experience of transfer of training.The implications for curriculum development, design, and delivery that emerged from the data are transferable to other continuing education interventions for health care professionals. This includes using a constructivist approach to curriculum development to utilize the experience and expertise of learners. A constructivist model using relevant content, clinical application, and reflective practice will contribute to knowledge translation efforts and improve health care outcomes.Transfer of training is complex and health care professionals" progress through cognitive and behavioral stages as they apply learning to clinical practice. Curriculum development that supports the stages of change in the patient-educator-as-learner contributes to transfer of training. Exploring the experience of health care professionals in the Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease Educator Program Educator Program identified the importance of understanding how the health care professionals views their functional role and how both previous learning experience and clinical practice context contribute to transfer of training. Collegiality is discussed as key component of health care professional learning and how this can be supported through peer coaching to enhance transfer of training.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Paula Marie Burns.
    GenreCase studies.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 139 leaves.
    Number of Pages139
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19514498M
    ISBN 100494076143

    Jan 31,  · Training MaterialsAuthor: Office For Civil Rights (OCR). Although transfer of learning was among the very first issues addressed by early psychologists, the extant literature remains characterized by inconsistent measurement of transfer and significant.

    Jun 13,  · The joint responsibility for training in patient handling led to a lack of clarity over the responsibilities between Birmingham City University and the local NHS trusts. One of the primary aims of the patient handling programme at the university was to make it evolutionary rather than revolutionary. Safe Patient Handling Program Checklist Subject: This customizable document includes a helpful list of factors to consider when starting or evaluating an existing safe patient handling program, based on lessons learned and best practices from various hospitals. Keywords.

    OASIS, OASIS-C, OASIS Information. May 14, A revised version of the memorandum containing details about the changes to OASIS effective January 1, is available in the Downloads section below. The memorandum was updated from the previous version that was posted to include detail addressing the transition to the Patient-Driven Groupings Model. May 01,  · Moving and lifting the patient 1. OF THE autohelp.club 2. MEANING Moving and lifting of the patientsmeans shift or transfer the patientfrom one place to another placewith use of different types autohelp.club autohelp.club chair,autohelp.club the patient is not able tomove or lift own autohelp.club


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Transfer of training in patient educators by Paula Marie Burns Download PDF EPUB FB2

Safe Patient Handling Training for Schools of Nursing Curricular Materials 7 develop the curriculum is described in a paper by Menzel et al. [].) Equipment vendors participated in the evaluation project by providing state-of-the-art equipment to use in the clinical component of the training curriculum.

The. Best Practices in Safe Transfers and Mobility to Decrease Fall Risk August 20, 10 a.m. CST CAPTURE Collaboration and Proactive Teamwork Used to Reduce Falls Dawn M.

Venema, PT, PhD Jill Hassel, DPT Katherine J. Jones, PT, PhD. Educational Training for Patient Educators. If you'd like a career as a patient educator, you can begin by obtaining a bachelor's degree in health education. Your curriculum will include courses such as physiology, communications in healthcare, psychology, anatomy, consumer health, human development and holistic health autohelp.club Required: Bachelor's degree; graduate degree needed for advancement.

Transferring a Person Printer-friendly version. By Family Caregiver Alliance. Tips to Help Caregivers Move or Transfer a Loved One with Mobility Limitations. Learn proper body mechanics. Ask for a physical therapy referral from your physician to teach you how to use your body so you don’t get hurt.

Not only did they learn the proper techniques, the staff was extremely excited after the training. They could not say enough about the training and what it provided I highly recommend this program as it provides the proper techniques to transfer to protect both the patient and employee.

In rehabilitation, “transfer training” refers to alternate methods of moving your body from one surface to another. We move and reposition our bodies several times daily, for instance when we get on and off a chair, in and out of the shower, or in and out of our cars.

Tips for Safe Patient Transfers. Patient transfers are common ways that health care professionals and patient caregivers harm themselves. It’s important to know proper transfer techniques to protect yourself, so that you can continue providing the best care possible to your patient.

The primary emphasis was on drill and practice. Modern theories of learning and transfer retain the emphasis on practice, but they specify the kinds of practice that are important and take learner characteristics (e.g., existing knowledge and strategies) into account (e.g., Singley and Anderson, ).

The following handouts are available to physical therapists for the purposes of downloading and handing out to patients. * * Back Injury: Prevention Proper lifting techniques and transfer training Proper body mechanics can greatly decrease the risk for injury for both health care worker and the patient B.A.C.K Back Straight Avoid Twisting Close to Body Keep Smooth * * * Proper Patient Transfer Techniques * * * Types of Patient Transfers Independent One or Two.

Safe patient handling refers to policies and programs that enable health care workers to move patients and clients in a way that does not cause strain or injury. • Sent to an experienced training nurse for mentoring **The role of doctors and administrators is to plan the preparation and continuing education of training nurses.

As the nurse gains skills as a patient educator, the physician can facilitate opportunities for adult education courses and.

Health Care, ). This conceptual model was developed to explore transfer of learning in Continuing Medical Education (CME). Pertinent transfer-related factors to the CME context were delineated. Keywords: Training, Transfer of Learning, Professional Development Training and development in organizations today has become an indispensable endeavor.

A basis for education, training, development, and performance appraisal of anyone engaged Patient education is the simple transfer of information, while DSMES “encompasses the complex array of knowledge, skills, and 2. Suggesting a career path for diabetes educators and diabetes paraprofessionals.

Levels of. The intra- and inter-hospital patient transfer is an important aspect of patient care which is often undertaken to improve upon the existing management of the patient. It may involve transfer of patient within the same facility for any diagnostic procedure or transfer to Cited by: The Membership Directory is your go-to tool for finding and interacting with other members.

Designed to keep you in touch with like-minded colleagues, the Membership Directory app enables you to build your professional network, connect with colleagues at meetings and easily provide other members’ information to patients seeking a referral. In order to successfully transfer a patient from bed to wheelchair using the CAMBIO pivot disc, a caregiver must use the "proper patient-transfer-stance" in combination with "using the integrated foot-operated STOP pedal" as described below and depicted in.

SIMULATION TO TEACH PATIENT TRANSFERS: THE ROLE OF SELF-EFFICACY. Joanne Merante Baird. BA, University of Pittsburgh, MA, University of Southern California, Submitted to the Graduate Faculty of.

School of Health and Rehabilitation Science in partial fulfillment. of the requirements for the degree of. Techniques for lifting and transferring patients are among the most basic skills physical therapists learn.

Many of us were taught that by use of appropriate body mechanics we could transfer patients safely and effectively without risk of injury to us or the patient. 1 In reality, however, even physical therapists who are well trained in the biomechanics of lifting experience occupational.

that may affect the patient’s mobility, to the attending registered nurse and have it recorded in the nursing care plan. • Caregivers will receive training on the patient mobility equipment prior to use.

• All caregivers are required to report any barriers or limitations with patient. The Cancer Patient Education Network (CPEN) is a professional society of healthcare providers who share experiences and best practices on all aspects of cancer patient education.

Members include health educators, nurses, chaplains, social workers, researchers, and others who have an aspect of their job dedicated to cancer patient education.Introduction: This module was designed to serve as a toolkit for health care educators interested in training lay persons to serve as tobacco-using standardized patient instructors (SPIs).

The curriculum has been applied in undergraduate medical education, but could easily be adopted in physician assistant programs, nursing schools, and residency programs.what is a patient transfer When a patient is admitted in a hospital, there are occasions when they must be transported to another Health Care Facility to provide a continuation of their care.

This transport is referred to as a ‘patient transfer’, since the patient along with their records are .