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(Solution document) 1)Yes, we know that education is important. But, as we may have experienced in the past, simply educating does not always mean that patients receive...


1)Yes, we know that education is important. But, as we may have experienced in the past, simply educating does not always mean that patients receive and understand the message. Education is a two-way street--reciprocal. Both the sender and the receiver must do their part.How can community health nurses ensure that patients/aggregates receive the message (educational content) and are compliant with the message/teaching?What scholarly source can you find to support your ideas?

2)What do you think are some major barriers for community health nursing?How could those barriers be reduced?

3)Education is good as long as those who are receiving the education use it and are compliant. What ideas do you have to make sure that those in the community use and incorporate what they are taught?

 







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