nded Lesson Plan in Diabetes Education
An 8 page paper providing rationale for methods and models chosen for use in an education initiative of health care workers in an urban hospital. Nurses are the primary learners; the topic is patient education in diabetes management. The paper discusses learning theory and practice models to be used in the program. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
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