Topic 4: Collaboration in Patient Education and Compliance With Older Adults
Write a short (50-100-word) paragraph response for each question. This assignment is to be submitted as a Microsoft Word document.
Define negotiation as it applies to patient education.
Explain how the change in the patient’s status through the years has affected patient education.
List the pros and cons of negotiation.
Describe the general conditions that would be included in a patient contract.
Discuss old age and the baby boomer.
List several generational, religious, and cultural differences between the 30-year-old health care professional and the elderly patient.
Explain some of the barriers to patient education of the elderly and discuss their special needs.
List ways to best approach patient education of the elderly.
Discuss some cultural and religious beliefs about death that you have encountered.
Explain why it is important to discuss death and dying with the elderly patient and what the impact is on all involved.
Explain how to teach a patient with a life-threatening illness.
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