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Teach back is still und...

Teach back has been in the literature for almost 20 years, yet we still don’t use it enough. Here are the conclusions from a national survey of plastic surgeons: “Formal assessment of health literacy is rarely performed, as most plastic surgeons use a general impression....

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Need a small but significant gift for your friends who work in health care? My publisher, Pritchtt & Hull is offering a special sale price on the current edition of No Time to Teach: The Essence of Patient and Family Education for Health Care Providers from now through the end...

Teach Back: Evaluating ...

“Rather than ask patients if they understand your instruction, ask them to tell you—in their own words—about the instruction. Ask them to tell you how they will carry out the instruction, and the kinds of problems they face to comply.” Doak, Doak, & Root, 1996, page 65 View...

How to use Twitter to e...

According to adult learning principles (Knowles, 1990), adults learn best when they are actively involved in the process. They are not empty vessels waiting to be filled. Adults come with experience and opinions that must be respected and acknowledged. Passively sitting in a presentation...