Patient Education: A Practical Approach

Published on Feb 21, 2011
Richard D. Muma5
Estimated H-index: 5
B.A. Lyons1
Estimated H-index: 1
Table of Contents: An approach to patient education -- Selecting and evaluating sources of patient education materials -- Behavior modification -- Complementary and alternative medicine -- Managing medication nonadherence -- Incorporating patient education into clinical practice -- Eye, ear, nose, and throat -- Pulmonary disorders -- Cardiovascular disorders -- Rheumatologic disorders -- Endocrine disorders -- Gastrointestinal disorders -- Renal disorders -- Neurologic disorders -- Neoplastic disorders -- Obstetrics and gynecology -- Infectious diseases -- Musculoskeletal disorders -- Behavior disorders -- Pediatric disorders.
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