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E:\WebQuestAssign4.wpd WebQuest on Patient Education Assignment #4 Diane Dixon Introduction Patient education and preventive medicine efforts are means by which clinicians can improve an individual’s or an entire community’s health. These efforts can be incorporated before,during,or after a disorder has been diagnosed. The ultimate goal is to prevent disease. However, once a disease has been diagnosed, the goal is to empower the patient to partner with the healthcare provider in their care and management. This small group assignment will provide students with an opportunity to identify the myriad of entities within the health education delivery system which influence decisions about accepting health information, changing unhealthy lifestyles, and promoting lifelong wellness. There are many obstacles to maintaining and improving our health, therefore, health involves our entire being and is not just a matter of repairing broken parts. Task Group Presentations: Strategies for Prevention Using the internet as the sole educational resource for this assignment, students will sign-up in groups of 6 for this project and will be required to provide an hour to one-hour and fifteen minute presentation of selected common disease states utilizing one of the following 3 educational formats: A. Role play/Skit An outline of the script for the presentation must be submitted for preapproval in a timely manner prior to the presentation. At the time of presentation, the group will submit, a typewritten copy of the role play/skit script to the course master. B. Videoclip An outline of the script of the video must be submitted for preapproval in a timely manner prior to the presentation. At the time of presentation, the group will submit, (in some type of binder), a copy of the video to the course master. C. Powerpoint An outline of the presentation must be submitted for preapproval in a timely manner prior to the presentation. The presentation should include a sufficient amount of visuals in order to enhance patient understanding.E:\WebQuestAssign4.wpd At the time of presentation, the group will submit, (in some type of binder), a typewritten copy of the powerpoint slides to the course master. ***Those students utilizing the roleplay or videoclip educational strategy may also supplement with a creative classroom activity (ies) to reinforce the pertinent educational concepts. COMMON DISEASE TOPICS (NOTE: From the body system/practice area, each group will consist of 6 students.) Group 1: Endocrine: Diabetes Mellitus, type 2 Group 2: Cardiovascular System: Coronary Artery Disease Group 3: Gastrointestinal System: Helicobacter pylori Group 4: Musculoskeletal System: Rheumatoid Arthritis Group 5: Integumentary System: Skin Cancer Group 6: Neurological System: Cerebrovascular Disease Resources General Preventive Strategies 1. http://familydoctor.org AAFP’s new patient education web site with Health Info Handouts, Health Facts, and Self-Care Flowcharts excerpted from the AAFP Family Health and Medical Guide. 2. http://nhic-nt.health.org National Health Information Center Helps the public locate health information by referring questions to appropriate resources. Also prepares and distributes publications and directories on health promotion and disease prevention. 3. http://www.americanheart.org American Heart Association Offers a number of consumer-oriented fact sheets on diseases, conditions, treatments, recovery, and prevention (including the roles of nutrition and exercise). Addresses both heart disease and stroke. 4. http://www.arthritis.org/ National Arthritis Foundation Contains valuable information about what the foundation is doing in terms of arthritis research and the latest developments. Provides many valuable health links for various rhematological entities. 5. http://www.helico.com Helicobacter Foundation Dedicated to providing the latest information about H.pylori and its diagnosis, treatment, and clinical correlations. 6. http://www.cancer.org/ American Cancer SocietyE:\WebQuestAssign4.wpd Highlights recent research, statistics, publications, and prevention, making it a good site for patients and families afflicted with cancer. Provides a multitude of search options for various cancers. 7. http://www.stroke.org/ National Stroke Association Promotes national awareness of stroke risk, supports and encourages stroke survivors and their families, builds a national network of community based chapters, and sponsors research. 8. http://www.aadenet.org/ American Association of Diabetes Educators The AADE is a multidisciplinary organization representing any an all health care professional who provide diabetes education and care. Web site includes links to research. Process A sign-up sheet for presentations will be posted as well as a schedule of the presentation dates. Each dramatization/presentation must be content & audience appropriate (i.e., appropriate for “patient” education) and cover the following basic information: i. description/basic pathophysiology ii. frequent signs & symptoms iii. causes iv. risk factors v. preventive measures vi. possible complications vii. general treatment measures viii. medications ix. impact of activity (if pertinent) x. impact of diet (if pertinent) xi. expected outcome(s) xii. notify the doctor’s office if Evaluation PATIENT EDUCATION IN CLINICAL PRACTICE GROUP PRESENTATION WEBQUEST ASSIGNMENT GROUP: DATE: EVALUATOR: GRADE: There are 12 evaluation categories, each worth a maximum of 5 or 10 points. Use the following scale for your final grade: A = excellent (90-100%) D = below average (60-69%) B = above average (80-89%) F = unsatisfactory (< 50%) C = average (70-79%) 9. Promptness and attendance (5 pts)E:\WebQuestAssign4.wpd 2. Demeanor and dress as a professional (5 pts) 10. Sufficient introduction of the general subject area and definition of important medical terms (10 pts) 4. Ability to make a clear, complete and concise presentation regarding the clinical disease who was the target audience? what was/were the overall


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