Each question is to be answer separately. Please place the question and then the response below. Requirement is 1 current scholarly peer reviewed references for each question; each reference is to have a corresponding in-text citation, APA formatting and information that supports the discussion and a minimum of 165 words (this is excluding the references). Absolutely no more than 10% of each response can be cited. Be sure to include the essential APA elements per the 6th Edition (do not you first person, third person, or past tense).
Here’s an example:
There are three types of qualitative designs ethnography, phenomenology, and grounded theory. The design type that would best fit at my facility is that of phenomenology. This type of design seeks to examine peoples’ life experience and the essence of the phenomena (Polit & Beck, 2012). My facility is a busy level one-trauma center in Phoenix, which serves acutely ill patients, and their families in traumatic life events. An example of how this design type would research the phenomena in this facility is to examine the experience of patient’s family in the care of patients in traumatic arrest while in the emergency department. In a recent study by Hung and Pang (2011) a phenomenological approach was used to examine the experiences of family members presence during resuscitation in an emergency department in Hong Kong. The aim was to observe their experiences in this crisis dealing with their loved ones.
Hung, M. Y., & Pang, S. C. (2011). Family presence preference when patients are receiving
resuscitation in an accident and emergency department. Journal of Advanced Nursing,
Polit, D. F., & Beck, C. T. (2012). Nursing research: Generating and assessing evidence for
nursing practice (9th ed.). Retrieved from University of Phoenix
References must be academic, peer-reviewed sources. Cliffs Notes, Wikipedia, about.com, eHow.com commercial sites and blogs are not acceptable sources to be used as primary references. Examples of credible web sources include The Joint Commission, American Hospital Association and the National League for Nursing.
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Creating Effective Patient Education Materials
Question 1: Patient Education Materials
Read the brief paper in the link provided and discuss the critical elements of patient education materials. Describe at least three situations in which you were uncertain whether the patient you were teaching understood written materials provided to him or her.
Major Influencers of Learning
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