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Chronic Illness Management: Teaching Strategies for Nurses in Canada

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This article discusses chronic illness management, specifically asthma, and teaching strategies for nurses in Canada. It covers system factors that influence the teaching and learning process, teaching materials, and plans. The article aims to provide effective nursing strategies through effective teaching strategies.

Chronic Illness Management: Teaching Strategies for Nurses in Canada

   Added on 2023-06-11

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Running head: CHRONIC ILLNESS MANAGEMENT
Chronic Illness Management
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2CHRONIC ILLNESS MANAGEMENT
Contents
Introduction......................................................................................................................................3
System factors that influence the teaching and the learning process in chronic illness in Canada. 3
Teaching materials for the education session..................................................................................3
Teaching plan...................................................................................................................................4
Conclusion.......................................................................................................................................6
Reference.........................................................................................................................................7
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3CHRONIC ILLNESS MANAGEMENT
Introduction
Chronic illness can be described as a long-term illness and this means that a person has to
adjust to the demands of the illness and at the same time requires a therapy for its treatment.
There might additional stresses and this might change the way a person sees himself or herself,
live and relates to others (Betterhealth.vic.gov.au, 2018). This study is based on a chronic illness
like asthma and it will be it asthma-related management information will be disseminated within
the nurses.
System factors that influence the teaching and the learning process in chronic illness in
Canada
The several system factors that influence the teaching and the learning process are related
to the biological and the health behaviours of the patients, the treatment procedures used by the
medical professionals, the governmental policies regarding the management of the disease
(Patientsafetyinstitute.ca, 2018).
Teaching materials for the education session
The teaching materials for presenting the education session to the nurses include the live
demonstration, games, skit, posters, pamphlet and a short video.
The educational intervention for the patients and their families that are suffering from
asthma yields the best results. Educational interventions provide the best self-management
strategies in the asthma management. Educational interventions help in the reduction of the
hospitalizations due to the asthma attack (Cabana et al., 2014).
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