Research and create a powerpoint presentation

With the information below, research and create a powerpoint presentation

The information below is only a base,

you need to research and add information in the power point

Assessment tool

  • Patients concern:
    • Ask
      • Patient is unsure what a “lump” feels like and thinks she may have one
    • Observe
      • Patients appears to be biting nails and shaking
    • Listen
      • Patient has an unstable tone
  • Asses client knowledge:
    • Ask
      • Patient has no knowledge on how to self- test
    • Observe
      • Patient appears to be worried
    • Listen
      • Patient thinks everything she feels is a lump
  • Create Teaching Plan
  • Carry out teaching plan

Learning style

  • Patient has a kinesthetic learning style:
    • Someone with a Kinaesthetic learning style has a preference for physical experience – touching, feeling, holding, doing, practical hands-on experiences. These people will use phrases such as ‘let me try’, ‘how do you feel?’ and will be best able to perform a new task by going ahead and trying it out, learning as they go. These are the people who like to experiment, hands-on, and never look at the instructions first!

GOAL

  • Self-breast exam

Learning Outcomes

  1. Applying
  2. Understanding
    1. By the end of this teaching the patient will be able to explain the benefits of self-testing
  3. Remembering
    1. By the end of this teaching the patient will be able to recognize the difference between a lump and adipose tissue

Evaluation

  1. Patient was able to demonstrate the proper technique to self-test
  2. Patient was able to determine the difference between a lump and fatty tissue.

USE: Posters, props, PowerPoint (creative/ interactive)

Statistics, related photos, categories (signs/symptoms), references & brochure (mirror presentation)

Vac learning style

Blooms taxonomy

 

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